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Author: Gabriel Conroy Narrator: Andrew Wincott, Anthony Skordi, Emma Tate, A Full Cast Publisher: Luebbe Format: Audio Theater Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Series: The John Sinclair Series Release Date: October 2018 ISBN: 9783838777368
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Produced internationally in London and Los Angeles, John Sinclair is an audio drama series—blockbuster cinema for your ears only, a breathtaking mixture of gothic horror and fast-paced action paired with an audio-rich atmosphere for your aural pleasure.

There are so many ways a person can die. Sooner or later, everyone’s number is up, and no one comes back—or do they?

On a cold November night, a grieving father picks up his hunting rifle and shoots his only daughter in the head. The police are mystified. Why was the girl even at the house? Why wasn’t she at the mortuary … awaiting her burial? After all, Mary Winston had been declared dead two days before. The incident is only the first in a series of mysterious attacks in the small Scottish town of Middlesbury. Dead bodies go missing. A cemetery caretaker is devoured alive. An ancient curse is about to be unleashed.

Detective Chief Inspector John Sinclair works for Scotland Yard’s Special Division, an elite unit that deals with extraordinary cases. DCI Sinclair is a battle-hardened veteran of Afghanistan, a man haunted by the past, but nothing could have prepared him for the horrors he’s about to face. He goes to Scotland to investigate the gruesome murders, but what he finds is a town in the grip of fear. The people of Middlesbury are harboring a secret. A secret that is about to explode.

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  • “A hero so suave and dashing, he makes James Bond look like a grubby detective sergeant, a plot that reads like it came straight from the great vaults of Hammer, and enough action and derring do to keep even the most ardent pulp fan smiling with glee…A tight, punchy read that heralds the start of a great new series of pulp horror. Highly recommended.”

    Ginger Nuts of Horror on John Sinclair: Curse of the Undead

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About the Author

Gabriel Conroy was born in Los Angeles, California, in 1967. After high school, he joined the armed forces and was stationed in Germany for several years. He discovered his love for writing while traveling through Europe. When he returned, he studied journalism at Los Angeles City College and UCLA. He currently works as a freelance journalist, writer, and translator.

About the Narrators

Andrew Wincott is a British actor and Earphones Award–winning narrator. He is most known in radio drama as the voice of Adam Macy in The Archers. He has worked with numerous theater companies throughout the UK.

Anthony Skordi was born in London and attended Drama Centre London. He was a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company and Vanessa Redgrave’s Moving Theatre company. Skordi wrote and performed in Onassis, the Play. He has voiced many video games, promos, and trailers and continues working both in the United States and Europe.

Emma Tate is a British voice actress known for many roles, including the voice of the title character in Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs and Mowgli in the television series The Jungle Book. Tate’s acting debut came in a 1991 episode of The Bill and in 1999 her voice acting career began, starting with the US version of Bob the Builder. In 2006, Tate began to voice Perfect Peter in the television adaptation of Francesca Simon’s book Horrid Henry.

Andy Paris is an actor and writer. His audio narration have earned him the prestigious Audie Award, as well as AudioFile Earphones Awards. A member of the Tectonic Theater Project, he and others wrote The Laramie Project, which was nominated for an Emmy in 2002 and in which he played Stephen Belber. He has also appeared in Law & Order.