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Rogue Angel
58 : Death Looms

by Alex Archer
Dec 7, 2017
5 Hours
Ages 13+
While looking for ghosts among Mardi Gras revelers in New Orleans, Annja Creed is asked to help recover sacred objects stolen from a church. Instead, her efforts lead her into a vast conspiracy and blackmail scheme that stretches thousands of years into the past.

Joined by Garin Braden, who has his own score to settle, Annja follows the path of seven ancient coins into the lair of Spider, one of history’s deadliest assassins. Will Annja and Garin find Spider’s legendary treasure, or fall into her web, never to see the light of day again?

Rogue Angel 58: Death Looms is an original story written specifically for GraphicAudio and is available in no other format.

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Nanette Savard as Narrator, Colleen Delany as Annja Creed, Terence Aselford as Garin Braden, Thomas Penny as Detective Prudhomme and Marni Penning as Despina. With Gwen Grastorf, Steve Wannall, Zeke Alton, Nora Achrati, Robbie Gay, Sakile Lyles, Nick DePinto, Alejandro Ruiz, Michael John Casey, James Lewis, Bradley Smith, Richard Rohan, Carolyn Kashner, Barbara Pinolini, Ken Jackson, Yasmin Tuazon, Michael Glenn, Scott McCormick, Eric Messner, Dylan Lynch, Steven Carpenter, Mort Shelby and Rose Elizabeth Supan
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Nanette Savard
Dialogue Editors Patrick Stratton
Sound Designers Patrick Stratton
Original Theme Music Chris Rohan
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Just God Man It Was So Good by Rachel (Posted on 12/17/2018)
Honestly, this was just about perfect.

Interesting setting, cool artifacts, neat history and mythology lessons, interesting villains. Loved that it started in New Orleans with some local lore about a haunted house (coincidentally, I had read about that very house YEARS ago and could never remember the name of it, so thanks RA!), because hey, I'm always a stickler for ghost and southern gothic stories. Then it incorporates Greek mythology? Then there are also scenes taking place in India? Did they just find a checklist of everything I enthuse about? The action was well-balanced, and there was neither too many plot threads for the running time nor too little.

Character wise, this one was great. Fun supporting cast of characters. I'm just so happy that Garin and Annja are friends again. Also, the new character of Garin's right-hand-woman is awesome! I loved that she was already a fan of Annja, and they got along swimmingly from the get-go (no unnecessary and unrealistic girl-against-girl competition or sizing up that so many writers like to include). Seriously, can she come back? Please? A recurring female friend for Annja is something in which this series has been sorely lacking.

Honestly, no one knows these characters better than the GA crew at this point. I hope they keep making more, because this was such a fantastic start to a new era.
Death Looms by Bonnie (Posted on 8/10/2018)
Another story with few sword fights but the story line was great. Garin is back on the good side. Annja is a great puzzler solver and has the incredible ability to find the good in a bad person.
Great story by K (Posted on 8/7/2018)
So glad this series is back; road trips just aren't the same without Annja Creed. An excellent addition to the series.
Death looms by robert starman (Posted on 3/2/2018)
Love this series just waiting for the next one
I quite enjoyed this..... by Rick (Posted on 1/17/2018)
I’m glad the series is back. This was another excellent entry, and I can’t wait to hear more!
I can't Wait for more by Daniel (Posted on 1/15/2018)
They nailed it. This was the perfect blend of all the best things that make Rogue Angel Amazing. If this is the quality that Graphic Audio Can produce then I am more than excited to hear what they come up with next.

Great Artifact and interesting villain. The journey is well done From Louisiana to Greece was amazing. I can't wait to here what they have planned for the next story. One thing I found odd was the beginning past segment didn't really play an actual part in the story other than an fanciful idea.

I loved how Annja was preformed sounds off but there was a lot more character to her, They way she called a taxi and how she explained things in a scholarly way and how she flips the switch from normal to bad ass. It was great I forgot how much I loved Rogue Angel and can't wait to here more of Annja's Adventure's again.
I missed this series. I'm glad it's back... by Cleveland (Posted on 12/30/2017)
This was a great story. I enjoyed it very much. It's good to see it back...if just for one more episode. I hope there are more to come! I highly recommend this episode! Five Stars!
great story by rafael (Posted on 12/27/2017)
this story was done well. I didn't know how much I missed it. Great story with enough action but it didn't drive it the story did and it kept you interested.
A New Rousing Annja Creed Adventure! by Joseph Baneth Allen (Posted on 12/25/2017)
Just finished listening to "Rogue Angel #58 - Death Looms" released by GraphicAudio.
Mom and Dad always loved listening to each new Rogue Angel adventure as it was released, and sadly the series came to a rather abrupt end a few years back after Harlequin Enterprises decided to stop publishing the series, which they created with the 57th novel in the series. No real explanation was give by Harlequin Enterprises despite the huge popularity of the Rogue Angel novels.
Fortunately for devoted fans of the series, which chronicles the adventures of Annja Creed, an archaeologist and host of the popularly syndicated television program "Chasing Histories Monsters;" Graphic Audio was able to license the Rogue Angel Series to create new audio adventuress of Annja and her devoted fans.
For those who came in late - to borrow from Lee Falk; The Phantom - Annja is the heir and wielder of Joan of Arc's sword.
What should have been a routine assignment for Annja when she works on filming a segment of her show in New Orleans soon becomes sidetracked when a two nuns ask her to help recover stolen property from their church.
Annja does manage to recover the objects but when armed men attempt to steal a rather odd Homeric coin that was where the objects were recovered, she soon finds herself teaming up with Garin to unravel a centuries old mystery regarding a family of ruthless blackmailers who will kill to keep their secrets and stanglehold.
"Death Looms" is an excellent adventure that marks the triumph return of Annja Creed! Let's hope that Graphic Audio has more original Rogue Angel Adventures in the pipeline.

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