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Undertaker's Moon

Narrated by: J. Rodney Turner
Length: 15 hrs and 19 mins
3.8 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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Summary

A graveyard feast beneath the summer moon....

The rural town of Old Hickory. Tennessee was a quiet, picturesque community...until the O'Sheas came to town.

Becoming the new proprietors of the town's only funeral parlor, with the help of their charming patriarch, Square McManus, the Irish family was wholeheartedly accepted by the local town folk. The thing began to happen. Strange things...horrible, unspeakable things...in the dead of night.

The sighting of wolfish beasts congregating around an open grave in the town cemetery. Frightening changes in several of Old Hickory's less desirable residents. And the brutal murder and devourment of a varsity football player in the wooded wilderness outside of town. Soon, what was once concealed in shadow and secrecy was now starkly revealed, in all its ravenous fury, by the silvery light of the full moon.

As the residents of Old Hickory, as well as the local police, begin to fall victim to an unknown evil, four individuals - the town nerd, a high school jock, a widowed gunsith, and a mysterious transient from a distant shore - find themselves facing what could possibly be a hellish lycanthrope from ancient Ireland...the legendary Arget Bethir...the Silver Beast.

©1991, 2011 Ronald Kelly (P)2018 David N. Wilson

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  • nicholette
  • 12-09-18

very good listen

it wraps up very simply and somewhat quickly but it doesn't leave loose ends that would frustrate those who like the full vision.

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  • Jeffery
  • 07-09-18

excellent book

excellent writing with edge of your seat suspense and a great conclusion. looking forward to more

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 01-12-18

good stuff!!

awesome story...I'm sad it had to end. scary and very well written and spoken....I want it to keep going

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  • Benjamin Reiser
  • 10-10-19

Great story of horror.

An excellent story of gore and terror. My only gripe is the narrator's difficulty with an Irish accent.

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  • Chris Ransom
  • 26-10-18

Loved it!

Great story, love werewolves and the Narrator was Awesome! I liked all the characters and details of who they were. Two thumbs up!!

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  • simon lucas
  • 19-02-20

good story but

a good horror story but it was like having eeyore from winnie the pooh read you to sleep, very boring voice

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  • Lyndenia
  • 24-10-19

wow

i wasnt expecting this. This was a great book that i totally enjoyed. The narration was spot on and the story was awesome. There were some predictable parts, all in all exceptional.

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  • michael waterston
  • 24-09-19

really good story

Overall this is a great story. I would really love to have a follow-up story or prequel. For being a standalone, I thought it was pretty good.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 04-08-20

RIP-roaring Horror!

Story - 5 Stars Narration - 4.5 Stars Undertaker's Moon by Ronald Kelly is a true werewolf epic. This tale has it all; romance, suspense, RIP-roaring slaughters, even a prequel at the end (but you should consider it a post-quel. lol) This author writes a good story. Period. No fluff, no filler, and no overly long descriptions of unimportant things to take up space. The characters are mostly likeable, even some of the werewolves! The killings were adequately described without going over the top. But for such a long story, there could have been a few more "incidents" along the way. Also, does it drive you crazy when the hero makes a speech as he waits to pull the trigger? Well, that happened a time or two. (I guess it must be a device as authors seem to like it.) The narration was excellent! Even female and Irish characters were voiced nicely. Recommendation - go for the Audio or go for the book. But go for it!

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  • riever
  • 11-07-20

story was pretty good, narration peculiar

i enjoyed the story for the most part though it was very predictable. the narrator had pleasant voice but for some reason he mispronounced words continually. for example, the word pterodactyl, which was a frequent word in the story he pronounced the "p". who does this? particularly a seasoned narrator. there were several other instances of oddly pronounced words. also, he tended to use the same melodious tone regardless of how violent or gruesome the action being described. it became humorous, which im not certain was the authors intent.