“Forever In Deep” the 5-star rated third installment of the Forever Detective Series has joined its siblings on Audible, Itunes, and Amazon. This makes the entire series to date available in audio form, with more books coming, starting with “Forever Festive” which will be released this November.
Allan Krummenacker has once again brought his vocal talents to the forefront to bring Rafael Jones and his friends Medium Brown, Flannery and a host of a new characters to life for you in this 3rd adventure of our favorite vampire detective.
This tale takes Rafael, accompanied by Medium Brown, to upstate New York in order to look into a series of mysterious drownings that have been taking place in Saratoga Springs. The clues they find lead them to the racetrack where they find another familiar face, who also finds the drownings intriguing and troubling. But who or what is behind the killings?
Perhaps this little snippet will give you all a hint:
If you’d like to hear more, just click on one of the links below for the format that works best for you.
I’m proud to announce that “Forever Haunted” is now live on audio at both Audible and Amazon for just $17.46 or 1 Audible Credit.
Once again, my husband Allan, has provided all the voices making it his 2nd full audiobook narration. And I’m pleased to announce he has already recorded over a quarter of “Forever In Deep” and we hope to have that audiobook available this summer.
In the meantime, here are the links to Amazon and Audible. We hope you enjoy what you hear and come check us out some more, as there’s many more adventures coming your way:
-Noir meets the supernatural in this thrilling first installment in a brand new series.-
“Forever’s Too Long”
-written by Helen Krummenacker
-narrated by Allan Krummenacker.
Available on Audible and Amazon or just $14.95 or 1 Audible Credit.
In 1947, hard-boiled detective Rafael Jones’ first job is to investigate a shady cult as well as some possible stolen Russian Art.
Soon he finds himself coming face to face with a historic figure who was supposedly strangled, shot and finally drowned back in 1916. Is it really the same man? And if so, how can he still be walking the Earth? And is he involved both the cult and the art smugglers?
Rafael is about to find out, but the answer could leave him a changed man forever…
What readers are saying:
5.0 out of 5 stars – A Great Twist
Reviewed in the United States on July 3, 2019
Format: Kindle EditionVerified Purchase
“This is an interesting take on both hard-boiled mysteries and urban fantasy…”
Diane Bouse rated it 5.0 out of 5 stars – It was amazing
“I listened to this on audio and loved it. Helen has done a superb job with her characters and story… Allan did the reading and it was wonderful. Voices spot on, all the time and such a variety.”
You can find out more and listen to a sample from the book, as well as get a copy for yourself or a friend, at the following links:
The 3rd installment of the Forever Detective Book Series.
A brand new tale in the after-life of Rafael Jones, private investigator/vampire.
No sooner has our hero wrapped up a case involving the ghost of a flapper at the hands of her former mobster boyfriend, that he finds himself venturing back upstate in the summer to investigate a series of mysterious drownings. Now working in the summer is hard enough for a vampire, but add running water to the mix and you’ve got… well, check out the trailer and you’ll get a good idea of what dangers await in this brand new adventure
“Forever in Deep”will be available later this month in all e-book formats, as well as trade paperback at all the usual online book stores.
The second installment of the Forever Detective Series
Life isn’t easy, but it’s easier than adjusting to being dead. Rafael Jones is still learning about his new diet, powers, and limitations when he’s asked to certify that a house isn’t haunted. But when it turns out to have the ghost of a murdered flapper, his new mission is to locate the missing gangster who killed her, the magic mirror that helped the killer disappear, protect his client, and stop a new string of murders. Magic and mystery collide in the summer of 1947, and our detective is digging up answers to questions going back as far as the end of WWI.
AND STARTING TODAY YOU CAN PRE-ORDER A KINDLE COPY, JUST CLICK THE APPROPRIATE LINK BELOW:
Hello everyone. Today, I’m looking for feedback from all of you. Below are 3 audio versions of the same intro to “Forever’s Too Long”. The goal here is to find what style you the audience find most appealing, so Allan and I can proceed with turning the novel into a full-scale audiobook. My hope is to have it ready in time for the holidays so it can be released along with the print and e-book version of “Forever Haunted” the second installment of this series.
Each of us did a recording of the prologue separately, and then we did one together.
Please give a listen to each and let us know which style you like best. Mind you, listening to all three from start to finish would take about 10-11 minutes. But if you don’t have that kind of time, please listen to the 1st minute of each and give us your feedback.
We sincerely thank you in advance for your help with this because I sincerely wish to bring you only the best when it comes to my work.
Okay, so a friend told me he was really excited about the sample and then disappointed to see it was just from the first book, which he’d already read. So for those eager to find out about book 2, here’s a snippet:
Sing Sing was at a pretty nice location on the Hudson River, 30 miles up from New York City. The cells inside were tiny– I had been there before on a couple of occasions as a cop– but the buildings were made of white local stone and the long rows of small windows made the complex look charming from a distance. There was a nearby train station. All in all, if it weren’t famous for its prison, you could think you were passing a resort. And that gave me an idea.
I drove to Ossining alone, parking my car blocks away and strolling along the streets until I was starting to pass the outer wall. I looked curiously at it, as if I’d never seen the place before. I stuck my hands in my pockets, backing out into the street to take in the massive barrier properly. I pulled my hands back out, empty, and pulled my hat off so the brim didn’t block my view as I gaped up at the guard tower. “Hey, buddy!” I called out cheerfully to the guard. “Is this Sing Sing?”
“Yeah. What do you want here?”
“We don’t have anything like this back in Montana. Do you guys have tours?”
“Well, can I come in?”
That did it.
“Sure you can come in here. We’d be absolutely delighted. You want to know how to get in here? You break the law, get arrested, and get sent up the river like all the other inmates!” He sneered the first part and yelled the rest, while I grinned at him with genuine pleasure. The nice thing about New Yorkers is it’s pretty easy to tip them over into sarcasm… and magic doesn’t care if you’re being sarcastic or not.
“FOREVER HAUNTED” will be coming this November/December to your favorite online book store. So stay tuned…