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Starting today it’s Free (Sound) Sample Saturday over on Helen’s Blog “The Forever Detective”. What is Free (sound) Sample Saturday? Simple, it’s where she shares a chapter (or two in this case) from the Audible version of her 1st solo book “Forever’s Too Long”.  A mystery involving vampires in the noir setting of 1947 New York City. 


And since I’ve been posting for months about doing audiobook recordings, I felt it was only appropriate to share this with you since “Forever’s Too Long” is my first complete voiceover project. That’s right you’ll be hearing me narrating the story, and supplying the voices voices for the entire cast.


Furthermore, next week we will be sharing the 2nd chapter and so on in the following weeks.


Some come and take advantage to check out the Prologue and full 1st Chapter of this 5 star rated series and see what everyone is talking about, by clicking on the link below:

https://foreverdetective.com/2021/08/28/introducing-sample-saturdays/


ATTENTION AUDIBLE LISTENERS

We have 10 US and 10 UK promo codes for the first book in Helen’s 5-star rated “Forever Detective Series”, where 1940’s noir mystery meets the supernatural…

Written by Helen Krummenacker and Narrated by Allan Krummenacker

In 1947, former police officer Rafael Jones has just opened his own private investigation business, and he already has two cases. One has him helping Interpol locate some stolen Russian art from the time of the last czar. The other has him checking out a mysterious cult.

Little does he know the two cases are connected and will bring him face to face with the legendary mad monk of Russia who supposedly died in 1916.

Will Rafael’s world, or his very existence, ever be the same again? You’ll have to listen to find out…

E-mail: allan.krummenacker@gmail.com and let us know which code you need (US or UK).

What do we ask in return? Only that you please tell your friends, and leave a rating/review on Audible/Amazon as it helps draw more listeners to check out this and our other audios.

Thank you and we hope you enjoy the story.

– Allan and Helen Krummenacker

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