Black Mask 1: Doors in the Dark - and Other Crime Fiction from the Legendary Magazine
- Narrated by: Eric Conger, Oliver Wyman, Alan Sklar, Pete Larkin, Jeff Gurner
- Length: 7 hrs and 5 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 09-01-11
- Language: English
- Publisher: HighBridge, a division of Recorded Books
Regular price: $18.27
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Crime fiction fans old and new will delight in rediscovering these taut, character-rich, heart-stopping tales, now on audio for the first time. Includes:
Introduction by Keith Alan Deutsch; read by Eric Conger
"Come and Get It" by Erle Stanley Gardner; read by Oliver Wyman
"Arson Plus" by Peter Collinson (Dashiell Hammett); read by Alan Sklar< /li>
"Fall Guy" by George Harmon Coxe; read by Pete Larkin
"Doors in the Dark" by Frederick Nebel; read by Pete Larkin< /li>
"Luck" by Lester Dent; read by Jeff Gurner
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By mary on 06-27-18
A good selection of stories. Warning the beginning introduction is long.
I enjoyed the selection of stories. The individual readers were good. The beginning of each story gives story and or author history. I found these interesting. I found myself wanting more at the end of book. So I have plans for getting more in series.
By Martti on 01-01-12
Stuck a knife in my heart
This book wasn???t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
sixty and over
What could the authors have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
Make them cut the intro to three or four minutes. But of course they are all probably dead.
How did the narrator detract from the book?
Not at all
What character would you cut from Black Mask 1: Doors in the Dark - and Other Crime Fiction from the Legendary Magazine?
The guy who did the introduction.
Any additional comments?
I'm driving 120 miles to deliver stuff for a family get together and started this book.
The introduction included hundreds of people (editors, former editors, their lawyers, their street addresses in New York etc.) History of ownership of various magazines, history of publications during the Civil War and other exciting stuff.
After a half hour of this stuff I reached into cutlery case drew out a knife and stabbed myself in the heart. Unfortunately since I was driving I didn't see what kind of knife it was and I had picked out a butter knife and now I just have painful bruise on my chest.
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