I just recorded in November of '06 is Frank Sinatra Jr.'s narration of "McKnight's Memory" written by Paul Kyriazi. "It was a dream working with Mr. Sinatra", writer/director Kyriazi says. "I had heard his audio commentary on two of his father's movies on DVD, "Robin and the Seven Hoods" and "Oceans Eleven".
His voice, articulation, as well as his respect for character actors impressed me. "Also since actor Henry Silva is in both his father's movie 'The Manchurian Candidate" as well as 'McKnight's Memory" it seemed to me to be "cinematicly historic" for both Silva and Frank Sinatra Jr. to be in this audio production together." The production's cast includes Robert Culp, Nancy Kwan, David Hedison, Henry Silva, Don Stroud, Barbara Leigh, Alan Young, Edd "Kookie" Byrnes, Gary Lockwood, and others.
The production has full sound effects and music, like an "audio-movie". It's a mystery/thriller about a CIA deputy director that get's amnesia and for some unknown reason is marked for death by both the Mafia and the CIA. The woman he lives with, but can't remember, runs with him. But can he trust her? It will be avaliable on Amazon and AuthorsDen.
This is the second full cast audio-book by Kyriazi. His first is "Hard Rock Lovers" narrated by Rod Taylor. Performed by Russ Tamblyn, George Chakiris, Robert Culp, James Darren, Barbara Leigh, and Kevin McCarthy.