Entries Tagged as 'mystery'

Mary Rose

February 13th, 2018 · No Comments · Reviews

By Kaleigh Lawson Written by Geoffrey Girard Read by Henrietta Meire When it comes to discovering a new read that will keep me hooked, I have always leaned toward the thriller, mystery and just an overall creepy book; so when I saw that Mary Rose is a mystery I thought to myself, “Sign me up.” This […]

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Featured Audio Giveaway – March 2017 — The Whole Art of Detection

March 7th, 2017 · No Comments · Featured Audio Giveaways

Lyndsay Faye’s best Sherlock Holmes tales, including two new works, are brought together in The Whole Art of Detection, a stunning collection that spans Holmes’s career, from self-taught young upstart to publicly lauded detective, both before and after his faked death over a Swiss waterfall in 1894. Read the full description. “There are mysteries here and […]

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Featured Audio Giveaway – APRIL 2016 – The Infidel Stain

April 1st, 2016 · No Comments · Featured Audio Giveaways

The Infidel Stain Book 2 in the Blake and Avery Mystery series By M. J. Carter Read by Alex Wyndham London, 1841. Returned from their adventures in India, Jeremiah Blake and William Avery have both had their difficulties adapting to life in Victorian England. Moreover, time and distance have weakened the close bond between them, forged […]

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Middle-Grade Historical, Literary–and Funny–Mystery Series

May 7th, 2014 · No Comments · Acquisition News

I’m not usually one to have much to say about middle-grade literature, but the first book in a new series is so much fun, I want to let everyone know that it’s coming. The series is The Wollstonecraft Detective Agency by Jordan Stratford, and HighBridge has rights to all three books. The first is The […]

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New Tom Cook Novel Coming This September from HighBridge

April 16th, 2014 · No Comments · Acquisition News

HighBridge will publish the audio edition of Thomas H. Cook’s new novel, A Dancer in the Dust, which will release this fall in print from Mysterious Press. It will be narrated by the estimable Ray Chase. Cook’s most recent book, Sandrine’s Case, is a well-deserved finalist for the 2014 Edgar Award for Best Novel, but […]

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Simon Vance Returns for Deon Meyer’s Cobra

April 9th, 2014 · No Comments · Author/Narrator News

HighBridge is pleased to announce that Simon Vance will be narrating Cobra, the latest mystery/thriller from internationally bestselling author Deon Meyer.  In Cobra, Captain Benny Griessel and South Africa’s top police unit, the Hawks, attempt to track down a thief on the run, save his sister, and capture a mysterious hitman whose calling card is […]

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Sandrine’s Case: The Mystery of Self

March 27th, 2014 · No Comments · Uncategorized

In Thomas H. Cook’s most recent novel, Sandrine’s Case (a Mysterious Press-HighBridge Audio, read by Brian Holsopple), the first-person narrator, English literature Professor Samuel Madison, is on trial for his life for the premeditated murder of his wife Sandrine, also a professor at tiny Coburn College. Madison contends Sandrine’s death was suicide; the prosecution is certain […]

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Narrators selected for upcoming MP-HA classics

March 12th, 2014 · No Comments · Author/Narrator News

HighBridge is pleased to announce narrators for the forthcoming Mysterious Press-HighBridge Audio Digital Classics: R. C. Bray will be reading The Mordida Man by Ross Thomas, and Donna Postel will be reading 77th Street Requiem by Wendy Hornsby, both available in June. In addition, Derek Perkins will be reading Dark Nantucket Moon by Jane Langton, available […]

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All-Star Cast for High Crime Area

February 26th, 2014 · No Comments · Author/Narrator News

HighBridge is pleased to announce that the new short story collection from Joyce Carol Oates, High Crime Area, will be narrated by an all-star cast: Julia Whelan, Ray Chase, Donna Postel, Luci Christian, Tamara Marston, and Chris Patton. Julia Whelan will narrate the title story, “High Crime Area,” as well as “The Rescuer.” Julia is […]

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In Like a Lion: Smith’s LION PLAYS ROUGH

February 14th, 2014 · 1 Comment · Uncategorized

Lion Plays Rough by Lachlan Smith, read by R. C. Bray, is Smith’s second entry in his Leo Maxwell Series, and proves that the series definitely has staying power. Publishers Weekly called the novel a “finely paced mystery” and went on to say it is “full of intelligent plot twists and should appeal to any […]

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