OK James Mason is an amazing narrator and the Art was fabulous (have only viewed that one thus far – will watch the other this afternoon after work). Creepily familiar and I feel like I have seen it before, possibly at the. Saturday afternoon movies as a kid. Have to go back and see when it was made and who did the Art. Fantasmagoric, if that’s a word.
I never saw these before, Rosemary! The first time I read The Tell-Tale Heart was in 7th grade Literature class–the first year we called this class Literature instead of Reading or English! Let me know what you think of the other one. They were both interesting . . . James Mason was just good. I watched some film or TV show of his not too long ago where he was an author writing a murder mystery and he sent it to an editor, but the story followed the planning of a murder he and his girlfriend were going to do in real life. Turns out the girlfriend was using him and so he murdered her.
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Dangerous Ends by Alex Segura
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