Back in 2011 when Tom Brown asked me to pick the series that would best launch the Will Murray Pulp Classics line of audiobooks, that was an easy one: The Spider! Nothing screamed pulp action like the Master of Men. Since then, we've released stories from different years. A new question has been raised: Where does an interested customer start if he or she is new to the Spider? That was a puzzler. So we recorded a new release - the perfect entry point for old and new Spider fans alike. Ripped from the March 1934 issue of the magazine, Citadel of Hell was the sixth Spider novel Novell W. Page penned, and one of his early tours de force. It opens with a wild car chase through the canyons of Manhattan that leads to the first of several running battles in which Richard Wentworth, both in and out of his Spider disguise, takes on Red Mask and his Food Destroyers as they bring New York City to its knees through a vicious campaign of arson and starvation. This is the novel that introduced the Depression-era character of Tito Caliepi, the hunchbacked street-corner violinist disguise that over the next year or so of the series metamorphosed into the twisted, fearsome figure of the Spider who terrorized the underworld for ten unrelenting years. So if you've never listened to a Spider audiobook - even if you have - and you're looking to jump aboard, we highly recommend Citadel of Hell, one of the great fast-moving Spider novels of 1934. For this special occasion, we told voice actor Nick Santa Maria to crank it up and give it his all. And he sure does! This exciting audiobook also includes two short stories, "Killer's Knout" by Anson Hatch and G. T. Fleming Roberts' "The Standing Corpse". Citadel of Hell is an unforgettable excursion into the righteous madness that was the Spider, Master of Men! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Nick Santa Maria. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/023490/bk_acx0_023490_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Soul! or SOUL! (1967 1971 or 1967 1973) was a pioneering performance/variety television program in the late 1960s and early 1970s produced by New York City PBS affiliate, WNET. It showcased African American music, dance and literature. The program was created and often hosted by Ellis Haizlip, an openly gay African American closely associated with the Black Arts Movement. Poet Nikki Giovanni was also a frequent host. Among the musical performers who appeared on the show were Stevie Wonder, Earth, Wind, and Fire, the Dells, Labelle, Ashford and Simpson, Al Green, Tito Puente, McCoy Tyner, Max Roach, and Gladys Knight, as well as African performers Hugh Masekela and Miriam Makeba. Others who appeared on the program included boxer Muhammad Ali, Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, minister (later politician) Jesse Jackson, actor / singer Harry Belafonte, actor Sidney Poitier, and Kathleen Cleaver, wife of Eldridge Cleaver.
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Rúaidhrí Conroy (born 1979) is an Irish actor. Conroy was born in Dublin, Ireland, the son of actor Brendan Conroy. One of his first castings was as ''Tito'' in the film Into the West, for which he won a Young Artist Award in the Outstanding Youth Actors in a Family Foreign Film category. In 1998, Conroy received the Theatre World Award for his performance in Martin McDonagh''s play, The Cripple of Inishmaan. Conroy also appeared in another McDonagh film, the film "Six Shooter", which won the Academy Award for Live Action Short Film in 2006. Although invited to the 78th Academy Awards, Conroy was unable to attend due to a "passport infringement" on arrival, resulting in his being returned home. He was recently engaged to Irish popstar Samantha Mumba, and the couple intend to wed in Summer 2010.