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Rogue Angel
33 : Cradle of Solitude

by Alex Archer
Jun 1, 2012
5 Hours
Ages 13+
The skeletal remains of a confederate soldier, hidden deep within the Paris Catacombs. The legend of a long-lost Confederate treasure. An aged scrap of paper that reads simply, Berceau de solutude -- Cradle of Solitude.

In was sheer dumb luck, really. Archaeologist Annja Creed happened to be in Paris when the bones of the soldier were discovered. But this was no ordinary soldier -- this man was the keeper of a treasure that could have affected the outcome of the American Revolution. Somewhere, the treasure waits to be claimed.

Now Annja is unraveling a 150-year-old mystery and a trail of clues that will lead her across the ocean and deep into the heart of the Old South. But she isn''t the only seeker of this treasure. Someone else wants it -- bad enough to kill anyone who stands in their way...

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Director & Cast

Director Ken Jackson
Starring Nanette Savard, Colleen Delany, Terence Aselford, Christopher Scheeren, James Lewis, Gregory Gorton, James Konicek, Bradley Smith, Drew Kopas, Dylan Lynch, Margie Tompros, Mort Shelby, Ted Stoddard, Joel David Santner, Gary Telles, Richard Rohan and Tracy Olivera
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Doug Krentzlin
Dialogue Editors Sam Graventi
Sound Designers Sam Graventi
Original Theme Music Chris Rohan
Additional Original Music Chris Rohan and Nathanial Perry
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


My Favorite Rogue Angel So Far by Rachel (Posted on 10/20/2018)
Gosh diddley darn I loved this iteration.

I prefer the Rogue Angel iterations that simply feature Annja (plus Garin and Roux) solving a cool historical mystery across the world. This was just that.

You could certainly tell that the writer of this one knew their Civil War history (there's practically a Civil War novel as the introduction). The mystery was fun, the writing solid, and the character interactions were certainly entertaining. Plus, I might be a little biased because some of the locations were places I have lived...

This story was everything I like about Rogue Angel. Definitely give it a listen.
Cradle of Solitude by Chris (Posted on 10/14/2017)
It's the usual for Annja Creed---violence and mayhem, but with an extra dose of brutality and viciousness from the major bad guy. We do discover how Braden has been keeping such excellent track of Annja---it's both a blessing and a curse.

There's always a bit of tension with Garin as you never know if he'll try to kill Annja or help her. In the meantime, there are cryptic clues to solve and a bad guy to elude.

This particular installment was rather irritating in its ending. Too unfinished. I'm hoping there might be some clues as to whether or not anything was found in the next story in the series.
Cradle of Solitude by Vanessa (Posted on 3/30/2017)
This may be my favorite Rogue Angel so far. The history and the possibility of what could have gone on during the civil war really got me hooked. The action made this one impossible to stop listening to.
Cradle of Solitude by Bonnie (Posted on 3/30/2017)
Loved the puzzles and clues needed to find the answers. Interesting to have Garrin working with Annja instead of against her until you find out he's got alternative motive. Great story.
Cradle of solitude by robert (Posted on 6/11/2014)
Me and my lady love listening to this one while we were traveling the trip went so quick because we were into the story.
Review by Wayne Noble (Posted on 5/23/2013)
This is a good story. The endings are getting predictable. Thats kinda crazy. The same person always wins, Annja always loses the relic or artifact, she never gets to enjoy any of the treasure. I wish one of the authors would change it up some. Let her win all around for once. It was fun that Garrin was in just about the whole story. I like that it had to do with the Civil War too. I wonder if any of this information is true about certain people or is it all fiction? Everything else is good. GA is better on the music score. Having a little more while the narrator is talking and annja is just typing or stuff would be good to get you through those scenes. Otherwise it was great. Storyline was very good except for the above mentioned things.

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