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THE END OF ACT THREE, by Gilbert Morris, (Dani Ross Series, Book 3), Read by Kris Faulkner
The theater is Jonathan Ainsley's life. Yet if this latest play isn't a smash, it may be his final production--a finale someone wants very much to see. But Jonathan won't be deterred by threats: The show simply must go on! A fan of Jonathan's since his award-winning performance, Dani Ross is shocked when he enters her office and overwhelmed when she hears his request. But not until she arrives in New York does Dani realize how difficult this latest case wil..
THE FIFTH REVENGE, by Carl Burcham (Quinn Shannon Mystery Series, Book 2), Read by Gene Engene
A descendant of Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse believes the five traits of the true warrior--passion, courage, heart, mind and body--are in himself. He feels called to exact long overdue vengeance against the white oppressors as part of the Creator’s Grand Plan. While thousands of Native Americans gather in Washington D.C. the pinto riding Avenger brutally impales the Secretary of The Interior with a Sioux lance. The U. S. President Elizabeth Chamberlain calls upon ..
THE FOURTH STEP, by Carl Burcham, (Quinn Shannon Mystery Series, Book 1), Read by Gene Engene
When John Chamberlain, husband of Presidential-front-runner Senator Elizabeth Chamberlain, is found dead in the couple’s Watergate apartment, official Washington pegs it as a suicide by a desperate, recovering drug addict. But when John Chamberlain’s best friend follows him in death in a mysterious accident, and an assassin’s bullet kills Senator Chamberlain’s chief aid, both the media and law enforcement officials sense the making of a sensational cov..
THE FOURTH TIME IS MURDER, by Steven F. Havill, (Posadas County Mystery Series, Book 6), Read by Beth Richmond
Undersheriff Estelle Reyes-Guzman is always busy, but more so now than ever. The sheriff is still not completely recovered from his stay in the hospital, and she is recovering from a hospital stay herself. After a long day at work, Estelle is happy to clear off her desk and drive home, where her beloved family waits. She hears her cell phone ringing as she pulls into the driveway. A truck has gone off the road and the driver's body found near the wreck. Back on the job, E..
THE GARDEN TOUR AFFAIR, by Ann Ripley, (Garden Series, Book 4), Read by Lynda Evans
Louise Eldridge is taking her popular television show, GARDENING WITH NATURE, on location to film a garden tour at the historic Litchfield Falls Inn. It’s a weekend in the country that promises rest, relaxation, and some of New England’s most beautiful gardens. But the grapevine whispers of warring lovers, botanical scams, academic scandal, and family finagling. The tension is so thick you can hardly cut it with a scythe. And then the uneasy group of assembled gue..
THE GHOST WALKER, by Margaret Coel, (Father O'Malley Mystery Series, Book 2), Read by Stephanie Brush
Father John O'Malley discovers a corpse lying in a ditch beside the highway, but when he returns with the police, it is gone. The Arapahos of the Wind River Reservation speak of ghost walkers - tormented souls caught between the earth and the spirit world, who are capable of anything. Then within days, a young man disappears from the reservation without a trace. A young woman is found brutally murdered. As Father John and Arapaho lawyer Vicky Holden investigate these crim..
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THE GIRL WITH BRAIDED HAIR, by Margaret Coel, (Father O'Malley Mystery Series, Book 13), Read by Andrea Bates
The skeleton of a young woman is discovered in a dry gully on the Wind River Reservation. Remnants of a long, black braid are mixed with the bones. There is a bullet hole in the skull. Forensics determine the woman was shot-to-death in 1973. 1973, the year of AIM. The American Indian Movement had occupied the town of Wounded Knee on the Pine Ridge Reservation. Afterward, Indians under federal indictment had gone into hiding on other reservations, including Wind River. A ye..
THE GOOD AND THE DEAD, by Seymor Shubin, Read by Ron Varela
True-Detective Mystery author Ben Newman has written about scores of murders, and thinks he has seen it all, until he is confronted with murders of adults from his childhood neighborhood. The first is his brother’s wife, her body found floating in the family swimming pool. Suspicion immediately falls on Ben’s brother, the good doctor. The death of a childhood friend turned pharmacist, and then a former flame of Ben’s turns the investigation away from Ben&rsq..
THE GOOD DIE TWICE, by Lee Driver, (Chase Dagger Mystery Series, Book 1), Read by Jerry Sciarrio
Chase Dagger is a private detective with seemingly no past, an on-again off-again fiancee, a scarlet macaw with photographic memory and an attitude, and Sara as his beautiful and mysterious young assistant. Chase also seems to only inherit the most unusual of cases. Such as when Sara witnesses the murder of a woman she cannot identify. Then, while visiting the Tyler Mansion, she sees a picture of Rachel Tyler. The woman in the picture appears to be the murder victim, ex..
THE GRIEF SHOP, by Vicki Steifel, (Tally Whyte Series, Book 3), Read by Stephanie Brush
Tally Whyte has seen a lot of dead bodies in her years with the Massachusetts Grief Assisstance Program, but this is the first time a murder victim has been brought there by the murderer himself. During the night, someone broke into the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, aka the Grief Shop, and left behind a tragic calling card- the body of a young girl, bearing a message that reads: Sins of the Fathers. The girl's playmate is also missing. Could she be another victim?..
THE HOMEFRONT MURDERS by D.R. Meredith (Sheriff Charles Matthews Series, Book 5), Read by Ben McLean
When the mummified remains of a World War II G.I. are unearthed in the sub-basement of the Crawford County Courthouse, the residents, well-known for their nonstop gossip, are suddenly as quiet as the soldier's grave. Sheriff Charles Matthews is frustrated by the town's silence. He isn't planning to arrest anyone for a murder more than fifty years old, but he does want to bury the soldier's remains with a name other than John Doe. One of the local oldsters must..
THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES, by Arthur Conan Doyle, Read by Gene Engene
"The last red streaks had faded away in the west and night settled upon the moor. A few faint stars were gleaming in a violet sky. Watson and I gazed out over the shadowy moor, half silver and half gloom. A distant howl arose from the shadowy depths, menacing, almost musical, rising and falling like the low constant murmur of the sea, the hound!" Complete and unabridged, in its original serial format from THE STRAND MAGAZINE, The Hound of the Baskervilles is a super..
THE JUDGE, by James E. Thierry, Read by Rusty Nelson
When Andy MacTavish accepts the appointment of interim judge for the municipal court, he doesn’t realize that the law director of the county seat, who also serves as prosecutor, has been sent there by a combination of Toledo and Detroit underworld figures to gain control of the local law enforcement. They plan to set up a variety of illegal moneymaking ventures. To insure that these activities could be carried on under the nose of the law, the mob needed to have the law..
THE KACHEMAK KILLER, by Michael K. Jamison, Read by Keith Baker
Chas English, Detective and soon-to-be Special Investigator for the Alaska State Troopers, was looking forward to a long overdue fishing vacation on the Kenai Peninsula. Visions of Red and Silver Salmon dancing on the end of a taut flyline are shattered when Captain Cadie drops a file on Chas’ desk at 8 a. m. on the Friday morning before his annual trip was supposed to start. What begins as “just a regular case” includes a canvas wrapped corpse surfacing in ..