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Finally a trailer for The Key Man! And you will not only get to see Jack Davenport, but also the great, the fantastic, the one and only
Mitzi, Elrond, Hugo Weaving! Woo-hoo! Yeah! Applause!
And now for something completely different.
If you don’t need visuals: here is something while you wait for Jack Davenport to finally record a reading of the telephone book:
THE FIFTH GOSPEL
Written by: Ian Caldwell
Narrated by: Jack Davenport
Length: 15 hrs and 36 mins
In 2004, as Pope John Paul II’s reign enters its twilight, a mysterious exhibit is under construction at the Vatican Museums. A week before it is scheduled to open, its curator is murdered at a clandestine meeting on the outskirts of Rome. The same night a violent break-in rocks the home of the curator’s research partner, Father Alex Andreou, a Greek Catholic priest who lives inside the Vatican with his five-year-old son.
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Jack has been hard at work in the Simon & Schuster Audio studio recording Bellman & Black: A Ghost Story by Diane Setterfield, available November 5. Oh, and even more good news: The version he’s reading is unabridged.
Here the book’s description: ONE MOMENT IN TIME CAN HAUNT YOU FOREVER.
Caught up in a moment of boyhood competition, William Bellman recklessly aims his slingshot at a rook resting on a branch, killing the bird instantly. It is a small but cruel act, and is soon forgotten. By the time he is grown, with a wife and children of his own, William seems to have put the whole incident behind him. It was as if he never killed the thing at all. But rooks don’t forget . . .
Years later, when a stranger mysteriously enters William’s life, his fortunes begin to turn—and the terrible and unforeseen consequences of his past indiscretion take root. In a desperate bid to save the only precious thing he has left, he enters into a rather strange bargain, with an even stranger partner. Together, they found a decidedly macabre business.
And Bellman & Black is born.
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