Detroit Christmas : Grimnoir Chronicles

  • by Larry Correia
  • Narrated by full cast
  • Series: Grimnoir Chronicles
  • 1 hrs and 12 mins
  • Performance

Publisher's Summary

Private eye Jake Sullivan is a war hero - and an ex-con. He's free because he has a magical talent, and the Feds need his help in apprehending criminals with their own magical abilities. Jake's talent is gravity spiking. He can vary the force of gravity however he wishes in an area. When it comes to spiking, Jake is the best.
Now a rich beauty walks into his office to hire Jake to find her missing husband, a magical healer who has ties to the Detroit mob. Jake takes the case, but little does he know that there are plots within plots waiting to ensnare him, and solving the case may require fighting for his life with the odds stacked against him. But Jake is used to that. And now it's Christmas. Time to deck the walls with splattered bodies!
Detroit Christmas is a richly imagined, fully produced audio play, with original music, film-quality sound effects, and an amazing cast.
Running time: 1 hour 12 minutes.
Cast: Jake Sullivan: Lex Wilson Emily Fordyce: Meredith Sause Sadie: Tracey Coppedge Abraham Horowitz: Craig Brandwynne Johnny Bones: Jim Moscater Agent Sam Cowley: Paris Battle Snowball: Paul Kilpatrick Jimmy Sullivan: Carter Tommy Boy: Cokie Daniel Leroy: Richard T. Skarbez Bruno Haupmann: Steven G. Cooper Lieutenant: Gray Rinehart Gangster: Paul Millsaps
Crew: Sound design: Barry Jaked and Craig Brandwynne Music: Cheri Leone and Matty Karas Assistant director: Alex Granados Poster: Ron Miller Adaptation and script: Tony Daniel Directed by: Rika Daniel Baen Books publisher: Toni Weisskopf
A Baen Books Audio Drama

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Story is a bit disjointed.

Other audio books in the Grimnoir Chronicles are much better. So don't stop with this one.
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- Paul A. Adams

Disappointing

I'd really enjoyed the books in the series but this was just nowhere near as good. It's more like a radio play and the characters were shallow.
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- KipSoton

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-02-2016
  • Publisher: Baen Books