Episode: Chapter 3: Deadly Rage

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Chapter 3: Deadly Rage

Things have gone from bad to worse.  The Lit Killer is out for blood.  Where do we go from here?

EINHORN'S EPIC PRODUCTIONS & iHEARTRADIO PRESENT: LETHAL LIT: A TIG TORRES MYSTERY Created & Executive Produced By: Heather Einhorn & Adam Staffaroni. Written, Created, & Executive Produced By: Alex Segura & Monica Gallagher, Directed By: JB Blanc, Produced By: Aroop Sanakkayala, Chris Peterson, & Sandy Smallens.  With performances by: Rebecca Soler, JB Blanc, Matt Gumley, Paul Guyet, Jennifer Jiles, Rachel Oremland, Alba Ponce de Leon, Shelly Shenoy, Luke Slattery, and Gayle Artino Post Production Supervisor & Mixer: Michael Sinterniklaas, Recording Engineer & Dialogue Editor: Michael Schneider, Sound Designer: Justin Kohler, Composer: Jared Faber, Art: Rebecca Mock, Creative Direction & Design: Ryan McCann, Creative Consultant: Monique Chavez, Studio Manager: Clark Cheng, Production Coordination: Gayle Artino & Laura Martin, Production Assistants: Rachel Slotky & Francesca Calo. Recorded at NYAV Post in New York City Featuring the songs "Jupiter" performed by Donna Missal - Courtesy of Harvest Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises, and “Guardian Alien” Performed By Dana Williams, Written By Dana Williams (SESAC) and Aaron Pfenning (SESAC) - Courtesy of The Royalty Network, Inc. on behalf of Smiggs Songs (ASCAP), Cactus Palace (SESAC) and Dana Williams Lethal Lit: A Tig Torres Mystery is a production by Einhorn’s Epic Productions for iHeartRadio.  Head to TigTorres.com to share theories, discover new evidence, and follow case updates.  For more information visit EinhornsEpicProductions.com

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Lethal Lit: A Tig Torres Mystery
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