“You will all remain seated. Anyone who tries to get up, or even moves, will be shot. There will be no further warning. If you move you will be killed…”
Four men seize a New York City subway train, and hold its passengers hostage. The identities of the hijackers are unknown. Their demands seem impossible. Their threats are real. Their escape would seem inconceivable. Only one thing is certain: they aren’t stopping for anything. “Chillingly real.”–Newsweek
“A cliff-hanger.”–The New Yorker
“Harrowing, terrifying, and so, so good.”–Business Week
John Godey|Mark Bramhall
About John Godey
Milton Freedgood was a professional publicist for several movie studios before he decided to concentrate on his writing. Under the pesudonym John Godey, he wrote several novels. The Taking of Pelham One Two Three was the most successful. He died at his home in West New York, NJ on April 21, 2006.
About Mark Bramhall
Mark Bramhall has been acting professionally since 1966. He has appeared off-Broadway, at numerous leading regional theatres and in 30 productions at Los Angeles' celebrated repertory company, A Noise Within, where he is a Resident Artist. Favorite (recent) roles: Lucky in Waiting For Godot, Harpagon in The Miser, Charles in Blithe Spirit, and Howard in Picnic. His awards and nominations include Dramalogue, Ovation, Garland, LA Weekly, L.A. Drama Critics Circle and Robby honors.