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Rogue Angel
55 : Beneath Still Waters

by Alex Archer
Nov 4, 2015
5 Hours
978-1-62851-210-6
Ages 13+
A wrecked German bomber…key to the secrets of the Third Reich?

All it took was one phone call and TV show host and archaeologist Annja Creed is in mortal danger. Her producer Doug Morrell has been abducted by a greedy treasure hunter who's seeking the lost raubgold, or looted gold of Nazi Germany. The terms are simple: retrieve the bounty and Doug lives. Fail, and he dies…

Now Annja and her friends must find a missing German fighter plane that was shot down over the Alps in 1945. According to legend, the aircraft not only holds a shipment of gold the Nazis had stolen, but also carried the last letters of the führer himself. Letters that point to a more startling treasure buried underwater halfway around the world. But Annja isn't interested in treasure, or even unearthing historic relics. Annja has one agenda: get Doug out alive…even if it means drawing her sword from its otherworldly sheath. Even if it means death.

Because once greed drives a man to violence, nothing will stop him…
 

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Director & Cast

Director Timothy Lynch
Starring Nanette Savard, Colleen Delany as Annja Creed, Jonathan Feuer as Paul Krugmann, Terence Aselford as Garin Braden and James Lewis as Doug Morrell. With Ken Jackson, Dylan Lynch, Michael John Casey and Lily Beacon
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Traci Cothran
Dialogue Editors Justin Wortz
Sound Designers Johann Dettweiler
Original Theme Music Chris Rohan
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

Beneath Still Waters by Bonnie (Posted on 7/27/2018)
I agreed with a previous review that this is another Indiana Jones story. However, this is completed in Annja style. The boyfriend was too good to be true. Not a bad storyline and still a good book.
My least favorite Annja story thus far by Brandon (Posted on 1/25/2018)
I am unabashed Rogue Angel fan. I own over 20 of the recordings and have enjoyed all of them. Sadly, I did not enjoy this story. First of all, there is nothing wrong with the production. The voice acting and production is top-notch, as usual. My problem lied in the story itself, and many inconsistencies between this and other Rogue Angel stories. Anytime Annja Creed has a love interest, my own interest goes down. In all of the stories that I have listened to, she is not easily swayed by romantic interests. I know that there are exceptions to this, but they are few and far between. So when this story began with Anya's "new boyfriend", I was already dubious. But as a certified scuba diver, I was absolutely flabbergasted by the treatment of diving protocol in the book. Honestly, she would be dead. And finally, the tired and overused Nazi trope has been worn down to the bone. Sadly, I cannot recommend this recording for Rogue Angel fans.
it was pretty good by rafael (Posted on 12/8/2016)
this story was good, but I know it's had been done before. When Annja was forced to find some thing. This was good because of the intrigue it kept you off balance.
Indiana would be proud by Daniel (Posted on 4/19/2016)
Weird, I feel like this one should have been done ALONG time ago. It has the classic feel of Indiana Jones Story with kidnapping as a spice; never mind I think that was in an Indiana. Lots of disturbing facts and lots of different locations.

Kind of odd to think about all the places they end up going. I almost feel like someone threw darts and said "aw there is the next location. Make it work" I wasn't sure what to expect from this story, I not sure I really had high hopes when Nazis are involved.
Epic New-Era Pulp Adventure by Joseph Baneth Allen (Posted on 12/27/2015)
Just finished listening to "Rouge Angel #55 - Beneath Still Waters" released by Graphic Audio.
Mom and Dad always looked forward to the latest Rouge Angel release from Graphic Audio because Annja Creed and her adventures were always brought to such amazingly vivid life. And I know that Mom and Dad are still enjoying listening to all of Annja's adventures that I play in the van.
With Doug Morrell having been kidnapped by an unknown man who wants Annja to locate a lost plane that had been carrying gold from Nazi Germany; Annja is in a deadly race against time to find the treasure and turn it over to the individual who is breaking Doug's fingers one-by-one.
What makes this episode extremely interesting is that Doug does see Annja call forth Joan's sword from the otherwhere, but its as if the sword is somehow blinding blinding him, or shielding Annja from the reality of what he is seeing. I'll be curious to see how this plays out in future outings.
A Great New-Era Pulp Adventure!
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
FIVE STARS!



Beneath still waters by robert (Posted on 11/21/2015)
Another good book

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