Audiobook: Exquisite Death

£3.50

Zombies, freaks, vampires and… dogs? This anthology has everything a horror fan could ever want from a collection. Meet Bob, a plumber with some unusual methods of clog-unblocking; Ray, a teenage vampire who may depend on his friends a little too much and Chester, a family dog who just wants to be a good boy.

 


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£3.50

Zombies, freaks, vampires and… dogs? This anthology has everything a horror fan could ever want from a collection. Meet Bob, a plumber with some unusual methods of clog-unblocking; Ray, a teenage vampire who may depend on his friends a little too much and Chester, a family dog who just wants to be a good boy.

 


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Zombies, freaks, vampires and… dogs? This anthology has everything a horror fan could ever want from a collection. Meet Bob, a plumber with some unusual methods of clog-unblocking; Ray, a teenage vampire who may depend on his friends a little too much and Chester, a family dog who just wants to be a good boy. Exquisite Death brings you seven stories from five amazing up and coming horror writers.

 

Length: 1 hour 25 minutes.

Author: Benjamin Ethridge, Cate Gardner, Todd Keisling, Anthony J Rapino, Mercedes Yardley.

Read by: Ian Baldwin and Georgie Leonard.

 

Author biographies

Benjamin Kane Ethridge won the Bram Stoker Award for his novel Black & Orange (Bad Moon Books 2010).

Cate Gardner is a British horror and fantastical author with over a hundred short stories published.

Todd Keisling is a writer, occasional blogger, and author of the novel A Life Transparent.

Anthony J. Rapino has published his debut novel, Soundtrack to the End of the World, and also has a short story collection, Welcome to Moon Hill.

Mercedes Yardley likes to write stories, poems and essays. Sometimes they're funny, sometimes they aren't.