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Esther Diamond
3 : Unsympathetic Magic

by Laura Resnick
Mar 8, 2017
8 Hours
Ages 18+
Acting jobs don't grow on fire escapes, so struggling actress Esther Diamond is outraged when her guest role as a hooker on controversial TV drama The Dirty Thirty is jeopardized by zombies, angry spirits, and a voodoo curse.

Meanwhile, the talented teens Esther is coaching at a Harlem cultural center are also being attacked by the sinister supernatural power that's spreading through Manhattan. Since the show must go on, Esther boldly helps her friend, the 350-year-old sorcerer Dr. Maximillian Zadok, combat the Evil forces at work—all while attempting to salvage her love life with her would-be lover, Detective Connor Lopez. But will Esther's courage backfire and end up leading her to become a human sacrifice on the altar of the sinister supernatural powers that are taking over New York City?

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Director & Cast

Director Colleen Delany
Starring Colleen Delany as Esther Diamond, Thomas Keegan as Connor Lopez, Bob Payne as Maximillian Zadok, KenYatta Rogers as Jeff Clark, Dawn Ursula as Puma Garland, James J. Johnson as Biko Garland and Julie-Ann Elliott as Catherine Livingston. With James Lewis, Jefferson A. Russell, Maggie Donnelly, Michael John Casey, Erika Rose, Deidra Starnes, Mavonte Johnson, Eva Wilhelm, Gregory Linington, Ken Jackson, Todd Scofield, Lily Beacon, Terence Aselford and Peter Holdway
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Doug Krentzlin
Dialogue Editors Tommy Sarioglou
Sound Designers Tommy Sarioglou
Original Theme Music Thomas Hogan
Cover Illustrator Dan dos Santos
Producers Richard Rohan, Duane Beeman and Matt Webb
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Esther Diamond: Unsympathetic Magic by J (Posted on 9/1/2018)
Esther returns to acting for her third go-around. Familiar faces return to help her solve a mystery once again, in an adventure mixing the supernatural and real worlds. The lack of progression in her relationship with Detective Lopez was a little frustrating, but there's a glimmer of hope (which I won't spoil). Looking forward to book 4!
Dopplegangster by Joanna (Posted on 8/14/2018)
Smart, funny, and utterly entertaining!
Awesome by T'Aundria (Posted on 8/8/2018)
So great! This one really had me on edge. It had much more to it then the others, more characters and more detail. Or maybe I just love magic. Anyway I don't have to say it, but GA you did it again, another great production. Also Lopez you were not very nice to Esther, I think you need a timeout. Can't read the next in the series.
Voodoo Magic by Jennifer (Posted on 5/7/2018)
Beautifully done. Fun humor and great mystery.
Fun Time by Sam (Posted on 8/24/2017)
To be honest, Colleen Delany could read the phone book and it would be captivating.

As with the previous two books, this is a romp thought the supernatural that's more comedy than scary. The voice talent is top-notch and an all-around fun time.
Fun Fun Fun by Michael (Posted on 5/3/2017)
I picked up the Ester Diamond books out of curiosity. The first one pulled me in and the rest I have listened to do not disappoint.

Connor Lopez' dialog near the end made me laugh out loud.

As with all graphic audio books, worth the admission to this Movie in Your Mind!
good book by douglas (Posted on 4/13/2017)
this one was a great book!
this book was funny and silly by rafael (Posted on 4/6/2017)
I've come to expect funny and silly things when it come to Esther. I like her and most of all this book takes place in nyc where I live.
Voodoo That she do by Daniel (Posted on 4/6/2017)
I love the them of starting the story with Ester Career and how it carries over from the last story. These Comedic Magical Mysteries are both funny and starting to get into a good who dun it mystery. I love the idea of magical means to commit, in general terms a normal murder. its a gruesome or totally unbelievable murder that you would think of if magic was involved but more of normal murder that was commuted using magic.

The Romance of Esther and Connor is interesting but I am not sure how I feel about the whole hot to cold thing they have in this one. I love the history of Voodoo and form what little I understand it seems accurate. I hope that we get more magical history and more challenging mystery in more stories.
review by Bos (Posted on 4/3/2017)
enjoy this series very much.

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