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Publisher's Summary

When a carousing Englishman disgraces the consecrated effigy of Hanuman, a leprous "Silver Man" marks him with a hideous curse. The ensuing night brings new terrors to the house of the doomed man.
Public Domain (P)2008 B.J. Harrison
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5 out of 5 stars
By uffdasuzanne on 10-06-17

Must listen again

I fear I was not paying close enough attention so I will endeavor to listen again. The reader was so very good that I'm afraid I got caught up in the telling, more than the story.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Amund Bisgaard on 05-28-18

At times a bit too loud. Apart from that, good.

The narrator came through a bit loud doing the voice of one of the chatacters. He still did well. The sound should have been more balanced, or capped.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Philip on 04-18-13

Creepy

A genuinely creepy story that compares well with the work of other masters of weird fiction, such as HP Lovecraft and Edgar Allan Poe. A white farmer in India is punished for his crass disrespect of a monkey god. A battle ensues between the mysterious powers of a deformed leper and the brute force of their English colonists. Rudyard Kipling is cited by horror writer Nail Gaiman as a major influence, and you can see why from this terrific little spine chiller. A crisp and well paced reading by B.J. Harrison.

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