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Rogue Angel
59 : Eyes of the Beholder

by Alex Archer
4 Hours
Ages 13+
Annja has been sent on many assignments for her cable television show, to exotic locations all around the globe, this time she is sent to investigate a mystery less than an hour’s flight from her home in New York City.

But what starts out as a straight forward assignment to find a mysterious French-Canadian Wolfman, quickly turns into a deadly treasure hunt for the missing Crown Jewels of Marie Antoinette and mythic Green Diamond.

The discovery of a mysterious silver box in an urban archaeological dig in downtown Montreal has drawn Annja into a web of cryptic clues, Canadian Spy Masters and a mystery that stretches from seventeenth century India and Paris to a sunny Caribbean paradise.

Rogue Angel 59: Eyes of the Beholder 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, Tim Getman as Ben McKittrick, Lily Beacon as Antoinette LeRoy and James Lewis as Doug Morrell. With Tracy Olivera, Carolyn Kashner, Peter Holdway, Zeke Alton, Richard Rohan, Laura C. Harris, Terence Aselford, Bradley Smith, Ken Jackson, Kimberly Gilbert, Michael John Casey, Todd Scofield and Scott McCormick
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Scott McCormick and Jillian Levine-Sisson
Dialogue Editors Justin Wortz
Sound Designers Justin Wortz
Original Theme Music Chris Rohan
Producers Richard Rohan, Duane Beeman and Matt Webb
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Another Terrific Rouge Angel Adventure! by Joseph Baneth Allen (Posted on 10/15/2018)
Just finished listening to "Roue Angel #59 - Eyes of the Beholder," released by GraphicAudio.

I've always enjoyed listening to the adventures of Annja Creed, who in her day job when she's not on an archaeological dig, is one of the hosts of the cable television show 'Chasing History's Monsters;" and oh yes, she is, as it's alluded to many times through the series, the reincarnation of Joan of Arc and has the ability to reach into the otherwhere and pull out the martyred saint's sword to use in combat against enemies if needed.

Mom and Dad always enjoyed listening to each Rouge Angel adventure released by Graphic Audio; and even though Harlequin Books decided to stop publishing original Rouge Angel adventures, fans of the series, like myself, are happy that GraphicAudio was able to obtain the license to produce original stories in order to continue the Rouge Angel series.

It's a very puzzled Annja who finds herself being summoned back to New York City by her producer Doug, who insists that she's needed to film a show segment on Canadian werewolves.

Only it turns out that Annja gets kidnapped by the very same people who threatened to harm Doug's baby sister if he didn't bring her to Canada to spearhead and find, if possible the lost Crown Jewels of Marie Antoinette. And while Garin and Roux both have stakes in the outcome of this adventure, there is a mysterious third party who keeps helping Annja and her rag-tag crew out at opportune moments who is seeking the treasure for another reason.

Doug's family life and his relationship as Annja's friend and co-worker are also explored in this latest adventure.

Rogue Angel Eyes of the Beholder by Peter Gohr (Posted on 8/16/2018)
Beautifully done Rogue Angel. Anna was outstanding. In her own epic way. Always coming up ways of out smarting her foes without endangering her friends. And outwitting Grawin and, Rue
Almost too classic by Daniel (Posted on 8/16/2018)
Interesting historical item, Check
Annja Being a bad ass archaeologist check
Some rushing in the end, check

I love Rouge Angel, the journey of the jewels was fascinating and could have been more fantastical but was honestly realistic to almost being boring The "villains" were odd; story wise I wasn't really sold on the motive and there was a weird crossing paths with another character. I wish the ending didn't landslide, like so many Rouge angle its so good and slides straight to the end.

Production wise beautifully done, impress sound effects making it really feel like a movie. I get upset when I listen to other stories or watch shows that can't even hold a candle to Graphic Audio Productions.
Eyes of the Beholder by Bonnie (Posted on 8/10/2018)
Love the Canadian history with ties to France. Great story. Doug didn't seem like his normal character but its nice to get a look into more of him than the TV series. Annja has many different groups to fight against and try to stay ahead of. Garin and Roux both add to the complexity of the story. Few sword fights, more gun fights.

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