Tales from the Creepery by Richard Curtis audiobook

Tales from the Creepery: 13 Strange and Disturbing Dramas

By Richard Curtis
Read by Peter Dichter

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A baker’s dozen audio dramas are conjured out of the imagination of author Richard Curtis. Everyday places and situations are the backdrops for tense and unpredictable confrontations. A chance encounter between neighbors in their building’s trash room; a routine visit to a yoga class; a friendly chat in the cardiac recovery ward of a hospital—thirteen commonplace moments escalate into tension, violence—and even death. Patterned after such classic suspense radio programs as Inner Sanctum and The Shadow, every tale from The Creepery promises to wrack your nerves to the breaking point. For bonus content watch the “Postmortem” videos for each episode: https://www.thecreepery.com/bonus-material “You Have a Guest” It isn’t a sin to fantasize about your wife’s sister … or is it? “Get Well Soon” A hospital cardiac ward is the last place you would expect to hear a political quarrel. For Stanley Finster and Roy Janssen, it may well be the last place they hear anything at all. “Affair of the Heart” Roger Barskin left his wife in a doctor’s care. Perhaps the doctor cared a little too much. “Table Reading” Clifford Dimsdorp says he’s been ripped off. If he can’t get his money back, he’ll take his refund in blood. “As I Lay Peeing” Was it a simple medical procedure? Or was it Robert Tandry’s descent into the jaws of Hell? “Rogue Restroom” Boy meets girl in the unlikeliest place—a unisex bathroom, where nothing functions the way it’s supposed to. “Driven” A drive to the country club in a luxurious limo takes a sharp turn into the terrifying unknown. “Have a Nice Transaction” When Stuart encounters a vagrant at the bank, he hears a hard luck story. Whose hard luck, he is about to find out. “Trash Talk” A chance encounter of two neighbors disposing of their garbage produces the sickening odor of danger. “Is it Hot in Here or Is it Just Me?” Just how hot is Hot Yoga? Marty’s love-starved wife Laura is about to find out. “The Client from Hell” The aliens from another world traveled the universe looking in vain for an intelligent race. At last they came to the planet Earth, but alas … they found none there, either. “The Man in the Shuffle” Ralph Miller will do anything to get rid of the voices in his head—anything. Anything! “Godhead” Godhead is the title of a favorite painting that Madeline, the artist, sold in a moment of weakness. Now she wants to meet the man who bought it, to discover if he is worthy of the masterpiece. Is he?

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Summary

Summary

A baker’s dozen audio dramas are conjured out of the imagination of author Richard Curtis. Everyday places and situations are the backdrops for tense and unpredictable confrontations. A chance encounter between neighbors in their building’s trash room; a routine visit to a yoga class; a friendly chat in the cardiac recovery ward of a hospital—thirteen commonplace moments escalate into tension, violence—and even death. Patterned after such classic suspense radio programs as Inner Sanctum and The Shadow, every tale from The Creepery promises to wrack your nerves to the breaking point.

For bonus content watch the “Postmortem” videos for each episode: https://www.thecreepery.com/bonus-material

“You Have a Guest”
It isn’t a sin to fantasize about your wife’s sister … or is it?

“Get Well Soon”
A hospital cardiac ward is the last place you would expect to hear a political quarrel. For Stanley Finster and Roy Janssen, it may well be the last place they hear anything at all.

“Affair of the Heart”
Roger Barskin left his wife in a doctor’s care. Perhaps the doctor cared a little too much.

“Table Reading”
Clifford Dimsdorp says he’s been ripped off. If he can’t get his money back, he’ll take his refund in blood.

“As I Lay Peeing”
Was it a simple medical procedure? Or was it Robert Tandry’s descent into the jaws of Hell?

“Rogue Restroom”
Boy meets girl in the unlikeliest place—a unisex bathroom, where nothing functions the way it’s supposed to.

“Driven”
A drive to the country club in a luxurious limo takes a sharp turn into the terrifying unknown.

“Have a Nice Transaction”
When Stuart encounters a vagrant at the bank, he hears a hard luck story. Whose hard luck, he is about to find out.

“Trash Talk”
A chance encounter of two neighbors disposing of their garbage produces the sickening odor of danger.

“Is it Hot in Here or Is it Just Me?”
Just how hot is Hot Yoga? Marty’s love-starved wife Laura is about to find out.

“The Client from Hell”
The aliens from another world traveled the universe looking in vain for an intelligent race. At last they came to the planet Earth, but alas … they found none there, either.

“The Man in the Shuffle”
Ralph Miller will do anything to get rid of the voices in his head—anything. Anything!

“Godhead”
Godhead is the title of a favorite painting that Madeline, the artist, sold in a moment of weakness. Now she wants to meet the man who bought it, to discover if he is worthy of the masterpiece. Is he?

Reviews

Reviews

by Teresa 5/8/2022
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Enjoyable modern horror

I really enjoyed these contemporary horror stories. Refreshing ideas. I will certainly look for more by this author.
Also, presenting the work as radio plays is very entertaining. Brilliant.

Author

Author Bio: Richard Curtis

Author Bio: Richard Curtis

Richard Curtis is a New York–based literary agent and the founder, owner, and president of Richard Curtis Associates, Inc. After his first taste of publishing, he stepped into writing as a freelance author, seeing around fifty of his books go to shelf. With two decades of know-how under his belt, he was perfectly placed to launch his own firm. During the 1980s, Curtis was a regular columnist for Locus magazine. In 1999, he went digital and unveiled the first independent e-book publisher, E-Reads. A rewarding career saw Curtis become the inaugural president of the Independent Literary Agents Association. He also undertook the presidency of the Association of Authors’ Representatives, represented the Science Fiction Writers of America, and received the Romance Writers of America Industry Award for Distinguished Service to Authors. Curtis has given numerous lectures and conducted panels and seminars regarding the future of publishing. He lives in Manhattan with his wife and two children.

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Details

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction/Horror
Runtime: 3.08
Audience: Adult
Language: English