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Get ready for thrills, intrigue, and mystery this month on Penguin Audio Book Break…
Get ready for thrills, intrigue, and mystery this month on Penguin Audio Book Break. The titles featured this month represent the multiple incarnations of the mystery thriller. We start with a police procedural series, then feature an innovative collaboration in writing the mystery novel, followed by a small town whodunit, and ending with a law firm investigation. So check back each week for a new extended excerpt from the following four audiobook mysteries available on CD or download. It's a crime not to listen.
In the latest thriller in Linda Fairstein's bestselling series, Alex Cooper dives deep into the byzantine, sinister world of New York City's religious institutions.
New York Times-bestselling author Lisa Lutz conspires with—or should we say against—coauthor David Hayward to write an original and hilarious tag-team crime novel.
Bookstore owner Tricia Miles is back in another Booktown Mystery, complete with recipes!
In the newest addition to the New York Times-bestselling series, Stone Barrington comes face-to-face with a beautiful woman from his past.
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Audio book featured this week:
Stone Barrington receives a rather unexpected phone call from Arrington Calder, the ex-girlfriend with whom he has a son. Arrington's much older husband, the actor Vance Calder, has just died, leaving her a fortune in Centurion Studios stock. Arrington has plans for the money and asks Stone to represent her in the sale of the company. But when he arrives at her home in Bel-Air to finalize the deal, things take a nasty turn. It seems many of Hollywood's rich and beautiful have Arrington and Centurion in their sights, and Stone finds himself dragged into a surprisingly deadly web of intrigue.
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