DEATH IN ADVERTISING by Stephen Hawley Martin, Read by Michael Bowen

DEATH IN ADVERTISING by Stephen Hawley Martin, Read by Michael Bowen
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Brian Durston, is a bright young hotshot who left a big New York ad agency, and the fast track to mega bucks, to join his uncle's medium-sized firm. Why? His uncle promised to turn over his stake in the agency. The future looks bright until Brian discovers his uncle slumped on his desk with a bullet through his brain.Click for more Mystery audiobooks

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Running Time: Approx. 8.44 Hrs.
Read by Michael Bowen

Rated PG-13, 8 CDs

“A thrilling and evocative read,” according to Mike Chapman, the Editor-in-Chief of ADWEEK magazine. It’s not just the author’s insider-view of a creative and bustling ad agency that will keep you turning pages. It’s romance, intrigue, and a sinister killer lurking in the shadows. Not only did it win First Place for Fiction from Writer’s Digest, consider what these advertising professions have to say:

“The author lifts the mystery about what goes on inside an ad agency. His characters are real ad people, talking the talk, while murder is added to their list of anxieties.”
—David N. Martin, Founder, The Martin Agency

“ . . . enough twists and turns to keep you guessing to the very end. . . . Martin weaves interesting characters together, keeps the plot moving and gives the reader a fun read.”
—Richard E Klein, Principal, Fogarty Klein & Partners

“Stephen Hawley Martin knows the ad business well, but we already knew that. Now we know that he can also write a taut, compelling thriller that keeps the reader guessing from the opening page.”
—O. Burtch Drake, President & CEO, American Association of Advertising Agencies

“A great murder mystery that keeps the reader on the edge of his or her seat, so to speak, until the very end. Finally, a novel about the advertising business that portrays it as it really is. A great read!”
—Ed Eskandarian, Chairman & CEO, Arnold Communications

“Well done!”
—Joseph J. Cronin, President & CEO, Saatchi & Saatchi

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