Genre: Mystery


Performed by:
Christina Traister

Overmatched and far from home, torn between revenge and duty, Elena Aureli is running out of time.She has youth, beauty, and money, all of which she pours into her obsessive hunt for the man she believes murdered her father. Betrayed in an attempt to secure proof of the crime, she finds herself alone in an unfamiliar city — mysterious Old Montreal — her prey now the predator, and only five days left to finish the job for which she has sacrificed so much.Already pushed to the limits of her considerable resources, Elena must suddenly recalibrate her mission when her estranged half-brother Miles enters the picture, desperately in need of her protection. But keeping Miles alive may cost Elena her one shot at settling the score. Unless…Elena is quick and Elena is clever, but to honor her father as well as avenge him, she’ll have to do the impossible.

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Run time: 9 hours
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Daniel Judson

Daniel Judson is a Shamus Award winner and the author of ten novels, including Avenged, The Poisoned Rose, The Bone Orchard, The Darkest Place, and Voyeur—taut, character-driven thrillers informed by the author’s practice of taking on his creations’ habits and milieus. Judson’s immersive research method lends his work a distinctive authenticity and has fostered an ever-expanding, eclectic skill set that includes Vipassana meditation, Filipino knife-fighting, and urban evasion techniques. A Son of the American Revolution, former gravedigger, and self-described onetime drifter, Judson currently lives in Connecticut with his fiancée and four rescued cats.
Christina Traister

Christina Traister has worked nationally as a professional actor for over fifteen years with a career focusing on classical theatre. She currently teaches acting, voice, and stage combat in the Department of Theatre at Michigan State University, and lives in the country with her husband and four children.

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