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by | Read by Larry Kenney; Scored by Laurie Altman

Mystery & Suspense • 60 min. • Unabridged • © 1991

Rarely is so much talent and care given to the performance and delivery of a single short story. Laurie Altman's original score of popular riverboat themes and music of Twain's era is performed continuously throughout and in synchronization with Larry Kenney's reading. In addition, various sound effects are added. All these elements are combined with exceptional fidelity. The story describes the narrator's debate with his own personified and deformed conscience, the surprising result of which lead to the "carnival of crime." Larry Kenney deserves the title of "voice artist." His is rich and expressive, full of lovely resonances and verbal winks. Just right for Twain. P.W. ©AudioFile, Portland, Maine [Published: SEPT 92]



Book pak • The Spencer Library •

CS ISBN 1562680048 $11.95 • One cassettes

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