Volume V: Reviews


Editor: Alan Caruba Box 40, Maplewood, NJ 07040
September 2001 Issue

It’s the perfect Halloween gift. Lovers of scary stories will want to add Little Evil Things, Volume V to their CD library of audiobooks. This award-winning series, written and produced by Frank Macchia and Tracy London, offer the ultimate in audio horror stories. Check out their entire selection at littleevilthings.com.

Scavenger’s Newsletter

October/November 2001

Ah, what gruesome fun and just in time for Halloween! The newest installment of this audio horror series offers five brand-new “Bite Size Tales of Terror to Chill Your Bones!” As always, co-writers and producers Frank Macchia and Tracy London have put together a winning lineup of playfully chilling stories, each with original music (composed by Macchia) and audio effects. Jim McDonnell is the primary voice artist once again, narrating four of the stories with his usual ghoulish panache. David Florek, Del Howison, Susan Hull and Tracy London are also onboard, all to good effect – along with a number of skilled studio musicians. As always, Little Evil Things serves up delectable audio horror and will delight all those with appropriately warped minds from 13 to 130.