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Ishmael Jones Mystery
2 : Dead Man Walking

by Simon R. Green
Aug 2, 2017
6 Hours
Ages 18+
“Call me Ishmael. Ishmael Jones. I am the man in the shadows, that even the shadows are afraid of. The secret agent whose life is the greatest secret of all. And some of the cases I work are trickier than others.”

A rogue agent has come in from the cold and wants to spill his secrets. The Organisation wants Ishmael to find out if Frank Parker is who he says he is, what he really knows, and why he has emerged from the shadows after all this time.

Ishmael heads to Ringstone Lodge in Yorkshire where Parker is being held to find that an atmosphere of fear and suspicion prevails. As he and his fellow residents are menaced by a series of alarming and inexplicable incidents, Ishmael sets out to prove that it’s human trickery rather than any supernatural being behind the seemingly ghostly goings-on. But matters take an unexpected turn when one of their number is brutally murdered, and once again Ishmael must turn detective in order to entrap a twisted killer before they strike again.

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Director & Cast

Director Scott McCormick
Starring Scott McCormick as Ishmael Jones, Laura C. Harris as Penny Belcourt, Terence Aselford as MacKay, Chris Stinson as Martin, Peter Holdway as Dr. Doyle, Lolita Horne as Dr. Haley, Jeff Allin as Frank Parker, Thomas Keegan as Redd, Jason B. McIntosh as Baxter and Steve Wannall as The Colonel
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Viola Cesario
Dialogue Editors Justin Wortz
Sound Designers Justin Wortz
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan, Duane Beeman and Matt Webb
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Predictable by Heather (Posted on 2/24/2018)
A bit disappointed by this book compared to the first. I love the characters and mysteries around strange happenings, but I found this story to be extremely predictable. The audio production was on point, as always though. I give it one extra star for that.
Got it in one by Daniel (Posted on 2/7/2018)
This one was alittle obvious. It had the feel of a john le clare meets supernatural event. The mystery and clues were all there and it was easy to figute out. I am glad this one is so different from the first story and there were tastes of somethings to come.

Beautiful production my only grip is the story itself.
Meh...not terrible, but not as good as the first. by Eric (Posted on 1/24/2018)
The acting and production are superb...So, I'm not faulting that.

However, the story itself, is lacking. As a supernatural mystery, it isn't. As a suspense thriller, it's okay. However, a good portion of dialogue is a bunch of supposedly "professional" government agents, squabbling and posturing. You'd think it was a bunch of high school students and not top notch secret service.

I realize that these stories are fantasy. But, I can't help but feel that the author didn't really create a solid portrayal of how the characters would act during such a crisis.

Still, I did find the production and acting to be entertaining. But, it won't be one of the GA titles that I keep ready at had for repeated listenings.
Fantastic story by Mark (Posted on 12/24/2017)
Excellent series. Mr. McCormick and crew pull off a magnificent performance making you wonder if it is possible to wear out a CD by listening to it too many times!
Quick, engrossing mysteries by Amy (Posted on 8/22/2017)
I swear, the Ishmael Jones books are freaking wonderful. I love how quickly they go. It helps that the mystery is super engaging, as well as fantastic leads in Ishmael and Penny. They were by far my favorite characters, as it should be. I love their dynamic. I also just love Penny. She is badass, funny, and super smart. Sure, there want *much* of a supernatural bent to this tale, but I still loved it. The horror of the deaths just get to you.

Another top notch story, GA. Here's to hoping book 3 comes sooner rather than later.
Scooby-Doo? by damien (Posted on 8/7/2017)
I am always torn when I find the twist in a story to be unsatisfying, it may have just not been to my tastes (though I typically like R. Green and I liked the first Jones story), however the distinct lack of supernatural elements bothered me, and overall I felt like the story never really went anywhere that interesting. I kept waiting for the other shoe to drop, and ultimately felt "really? I saw that coming about an hour in" but really had hoped I wasn't right. I saw that there are 3 more Jones books out, and hopefully the next few are a bit more lively.
great mystery by rafael (Posted on 8/5/2017)
this was a good story. It had suspence, intrigue and mystery. It kept me off balance to where I really didn't know who the killer was. To me that's a sign of a good story and book. Looking forward to the next book.

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