Kringle Down

By Shane Lacy Hensley

(24 Reviews)


Final Price: $2.99


1990 – Red Onion Mountain, Southwest Virginia. A bright flash of light slashes through the night sky. Something crashes on the mountain near the infamous “pot mine,” where two tired ATF Agents and their cleaning ladies have just finished scrubbing up a gruesome crime scene. What they find on that snowy Christmas Eve is more murder, mayhem, and mystery than you can shake a bloody candy cane at.

Warning: Adult Content, Violence, and Language.

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  • Release Date: 12/18/2020
  • Genres: Horror

Reviews (24)

A bloody fun time!

This audio drama was a wild, bloody, and fun ride!

love it. buying the second one now!

Great way to get into the holiday spirit!

Very cute.

Great characters & dark humor

Well that was a wild ride!

High Stakes Action on Christmas

A fantastic production with excellent effects and narration! In this dark tale, a showdown between narcos and the law turns sideways when something even more ruthless stalks them through the snow. This story is bloody, full of profanity, and absolutely riveting. Highly, highly recommend. Don’t wait until Christmas next year. It’s a gripping tale any time of year!

a Christmas mystery

An enjoyable read made even more accessible.

A heartwarming holiday tale, with truly diabolical life lessons hidden between the lines. Loved this! The effects and narration set the mood to perfection complete with crunching snow, snapping branches, elven laughter and even reindeer. I will be sharing this with my family for years to come.

A Quirky Christmas Story

If you want to listen to an atypical Christmas story, this one’s for you. The sound effects do a great job of supporting the narrative and making you feel immersed in the story.

the elves! I needed this masterpiece.

Christmas-casualty Event

What happens when Christmas cheer collides with Narco brutality? A delightful way to spend the holiday season.

Some people get in the yuletide mood with scented candles, insipid musak, spiced beverages, and warm fuzzy everythings. Other people only feel the spirit when German terrorists fall off skyscrapers or Steve Buscemi goes through a woodchipper.

Both types can find something to love in this festively penned and velvety narrated adventure, especially if you want a little Umami to balance out all the overwhelmingly saccharine holiday offerings.

Dark Christmas Story

This tale was dark but entertaining, and although one has an idea where the story is headed, there are enough twists to make you smile. It is well voiced, with good sound effects. I don’t usually do audiobooks but this was a fun experience that has me looking forward to more.