The Dead Man Vol 4 by Joel Goldman audiobook

The Dead Man Vol 4: Freaks Must Die, Slaves to Evil, and The Midnight Special

By Joel Goldman , Lisa Klink , and Phoef Sutton
Series created by  Lee Goldberg and William Rabkin
Read by Luke Daniels

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The Dead Man Series

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After dying in a freak accident, Matt Cahill inexplicably “wakes up” three months later with the disturbing ability to see things—terrible things—that others cannot. Drafted as a warrior in the battle between good and evil, Matt will stop at nothing to destroy the malevolent Mr. Dark. In The Dead Man Volume 4, a trio of sinister new stories tracks the reluctant hero on his nightmarish quest. On a quest to find a kidnapped child, Matt discovers an underworld of people with uncanny powers living in the shadows of New York City, trying to elude a ruthless force that’s vowed that the Freaks Must Die. Matt must run a deadly race against time to save the child, and the entire “freak” community, from bloody annihilation. Matt goes to a town where all the cops are corrupt Slaves to Evil, terrorizing everyone and allowing crime to run rampant…but before he can battle them, he’s shot by a gun-toting teenager out to avenge Matt’s killing of her brother. Now Matt is trapped between hordes of deranged, killer cops and an innocent girl hell-bent on revenge. The re-release of a cheesy 1970s zombie flick is sparking horrific bloodshed whenever it’s screened…and Matt Cahill is determined to stop it. His quest takes him to a grindhouse theatre in L.A., where a screening of The Midnight Special begins a night of unmitigated terror that will either put an end to Mr. Dark’s reign of evil…or mark a blood-soaked new beginning.

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Summary

Summary

After dying in a freak accident, Matt Cahill inexplicably “wakes up” three months later with the disturbing ability to see things—terrible things—that others cannot. Drafted as a warrior in the battle between good and evil, Matt will stop at nothing to destroy the malevolent Mr. Dark. In The Dead Man Volume 4, a trio of sinister new stories tracks the reluctant hero on his nightmarish quest.

On a quest to find a kidnapped child, Matt discovers an underworld of people with uncanny powers living in the shadows of New York City, trying to elude a ruthless force that’s vowed that the Freaks Must Die. Matt must run a deadly race against time to save the child, and the entire “freak” community, from bloody annihilation.

Matt goes to a town where all the cops are corrupt Slaves to Evil, terrorizing everyone and allowing crime to run rampant…but before he can battle them, he’s shot by a gun-toting teenager out to avenge Matt’s killing of her brother. Now Matt is trapped between hordes of deranged, killer cops and an innocent girl hell-bent on revenge.

The re-release of a cheesy 1970s zombie flick is sparking horrific bloodshed whenever it’s screened…and Matt Cahill is determined to stop it. His quest takes him to a grindhouse theatre in L.A., where a screening of The Midnight Special begins a night of unmitigated terror that will either put an end to Mr. Dark’s reign of evil…or mark a blood-soaked new beginning.

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Author Bio: Joel Goldman

Author Bio: Joel Goldman

Joel Goldman is the Edgar– and Shamus–nominated author of three thriller series: the Lou Mason, Jack Davis, and Alex Stone series. His books and short stories have been optioned for film and television. Goldman lives in Kansas.

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Author Bio: Lisa Klink

Author Bio: Lisa Klink

Lisa Klink is a television and comic book writer. She has written for several science fiction and action television series, including Roswell, Flash Gordon, Star Trek: Voyager, and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.

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Author Bio: Phoef Sutton

Author Bio: Phoef Sutton

Pheof Sutton is the pen name of Robert Christopher Sutton, an American television writer and producer. A 1981 graduate of James Madison University , Sutton began his career writing scripts for Newhart. He later became executive producer of and a writer for Cheers. He collaborated with Bob Newhart again on the 1992 television series Bob and worked as a creative consultant on ’90s televison series Almost Perfect and NewsRadio. His film credits include Mrs. Winterbourne and The Fan, both released in 1996. In 1999 Sutton published the novel Always Six O’Clock.

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Author Bio: Lee Goldberg

Author Bio: Lee Goldberg

Lee Goldberg, a New York Times bestselling author, is a two-time Edgar Award and two-time Shamus Award nominee and the recipient of the Poirot Award from Malice Domestic in 2012. He has written more than thirty novels, including the Fox & O’Hare books cowritten with Janet Evanovich. He has also written and/or produced many TV shows, including Diagnosis Murder, SeaQuest, and Monk, and is the co-creator of the Hallmark movie series Mystery 101. As an international television consultant, he has advised networks and studios in Canada, France, Germany, Spain, China, Sweden, and the Netherlands on the creation, writing, and production of episodic television series.

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Author Bio: William Rabkin

Author Bio: William Rabkin

William Rabkin is the author of the novels Psych: A Mind is a Terrible Thing to Read and Psych: Mind Over Magic. He has written and/or produced over 300 hours of dramatic television. Rabkin is an assistant professor of creative writing at UC Riverside.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Runtime: 7.43
Audience: Adult
Language: English