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  • The Hangman's Ghost: Horror Story, Volume V | G. M. Hague

    The Hangman's Ghost: Horror Story, Volume V

    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 32 mins)
    • By G. M. Hague
    • Narrated By G. M. Hague
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    Jacob Good was a man who could expect to see many ghosts. Angry spirits - and the wraiths of men and women filled with hate for Jacob - paraded their soured souls in front of him, surrounding Jacob with their rage. After all, Jacob had killed a lot of people. Now, a frightening, tragic ghost is taunting Jacob as he's about to retire, making his life a nightmare, and demanding that Jacob make sure the last guilty murderer doesn't miss his appointment with Jacob's noose.

    Marcus says: "Short and sweet"
  • The Devil's Net: Horror Story, Book IV | G.M. Hague

    The Devil's Net: Horror Story, Book IV

    • UNABRIDGED (2 hrs and 4 mins)
    • By G.M. Hague
    • Narrated By G.M. Hague
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    A voyage of the Damned. The annual blessing of the fishing fleet is more than a ceremony, it provides God's protection from the demons of the sea. But Captain John Boston has no time for God and holy sanctions. The church has betrayed him, with the local priest refusing to protect his sister from a violent husband, and Boston's wife is seriously ill. he trawler hasn't had much luck this season and people are whispering that God has indeed turned his gaze from John Boston too, because he didn't accept the priest's traditional blessing.

    Marcus says: "Ghosts at Sea!"
  • Horror Story: Volume III: Footprints in the Snow | G.M. Hague

    Horror Story: Volume III: Footprints in the Snow

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 21 mins)
    • By G.M. Hague
    • Narrated By G.M. Hague
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    Emerging from the winter storm, it appeared to be a sanctuary, shelter from the freezing blizzard and the ravages of a desperate, final battle. But instead, the beckoning gates of the mysterious abbey are the entrance to a different kind of hell. The frightening shadows and maze of confusing hallways and rooms conceal things much more terrifying than the enemy beyond the walls. Sergeant Muller and his German Army platoon have witnessed countless horrors since the start of the war, but they still don't believe in ghosts. That's all about to change.

    Muraenidae says: "Good paranormal historical fiction"
  • Horror Story, Volume I: Death Wish | G.M. Hague

    Horror Story, Volume I: Death Wish

    • UNABRIDGED (3 hrs and 35 mins)
    • By G.M. Hague
    • Narrated By G.M. Hague
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    When someone returns from the dead, it's never going to be good - no matter who it is. No one warned Linda that something dreadful was listening, waiting for the chance, feeding off her grief, when she unwittingly wished aloud that her husband Brian was still alive. She never meant that he should escape his grave. Now, to put things right, Linda has to play a frightening game with the mysterious, disturbing undertaker, James Bracken.

    Tad B. says: "Some Good Horror Fun"
  • The Girl in the Back Seat: Horror Story, Volume II | G.M. Hague

    The Girl in the Back Seat: Horror Story, Volume II

    • UNABRIDGED (2 hrs and 21 mins)
    • By G.M. Hague
    • Narrated By G.M. Hague
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    Giving a ride to a teenage girl hitchhiking in the middle of nowhere can be a bad idea, especially if they slip into the back seat unseen - because they're a lost and troubled spirit condemned to wander the lonely roads forever. Teenagers like Rachael can be obsessive, angry, and unreasonable, and they'll fall in love in a heartbeat. Being dead doesn't make any difference. Darren and Jean Madden should never have opened the car doors that night when their station wagon mysteriously broke down.

    Tad B. says: "Hague at his Best"
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