Christmas day, 1884 - a letter is slid under the door of a struggling young doctor and aspiring novelist, begging him to come to the aid of a mysterious woman, a victim of the black spiritual arts. From the foggy streets of London to the windswept moors of Yorkshire, a demonic conspiracy unfolds.
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Mark Frost was the co-creator and executive producer of the cult classic television series, "Twin Peaks", and is the author of several books including the bestseller, "The Greatest Game Ever Played". He attended school in Pittsburgh, where he studied acting, directing, and playwriting before leaving to begin his impressive career in television, film, and literature. He received a Writer’s Guild Award and an Emmy nomination for his work as executive story editor on the acclaimed television series Hill Street Blues. He lives in Los Angeles and upstate New York.From AudioFile:
Mark Frost weaves fiction and fact with more fiction by mixing established literary characters into his own plot of mystery and intrigue. Young Arthur Conan Doyle sets out to unravel the identities and purpose of the Dark Brotherhood, a group of deadly "dabblers in the spiritual arts." Rene Auberjonous narrates and provides the characterizations for the cast of characters. His narrative style is well-suited to this spooky tale, and his variety of English accents is wonderful. He skillfully moves from character to narrator and back to character. There's just one problem--every character has an English accent except the very British Conan Doyle. A.A.B. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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