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The Throwback Special

Chris Bachelder; read by R. C. Bray

2016 National Book Award Finalist
2016 Kirkus Best Book

A slyly profound and startlingly original novel about the psyche of the American male, The Throwback Special marks the return of one of the most acclaimed literary voices of his generation. Learn More
Panther's Prey

Lachlan Smith; read by R. C. Bray

In Panther's Prey, the latest novel from Shamus Award winner Lachlan Smith, tragedy once again strikes near the heart for lawyer-detective Leo Maxwell. Learn More
The Insides

Jeremy P. Bushnell; read by R. C. Bray

The Insides is the highly anticipated follow up to Jeremy P. Bushnell's "wonderfully weird and entertaining" (Esquire) debut, The Weirdness. Learn More
The Murder of Sonny Liston

by Shaun Assael; read by R. C. Bray

A re-examination of the circumstances surrounding former heavyweight champion Sonny Liston's death in Las Vegas in 1970. Learn More
Wolf's Revenge

by Lachlan Smith; read by R. C. Bray

Publishers Weekly Best Book

Leo Maxwell is no ordinary attorney. He spends as much time tracking corrupt politicians and gangland leaders across the Bay area to piece together the facts of a crime as he does crafting courtroom rhetoric. But Leo has never quite recovered from discovering his mother's murdered corpse as a child, or from growing up in the shadow of his brilliant older brother. Learn More
The Seersucker Whipsaw

Ross Thomas; read by R.C. Bray

An old-school Southerner Clinton Shartelle receives the challenge of a life-time when he travels to the small African nation of Albertia to run a political campaign against a candidate who is heavily backed by the CIA. Learn More
Killer, Come Hither

Louis Begley; read by R.C. Bray

From the master observer of upper-crust New York life comes a sly, pacey international thriller ranging from the suites of an elite Manhattan law firm to the tidy elegance of Sag Harbor and the rough and tumble western plains of Brazil. Learn More
Fox Is Framed

Lachlan Smith; read by R.C. Bray

In the thrilling third novel in the series, Oakland attorney Leo Maxwell returns to the dark place where the Maxwell family saga began.

Lachlan Smith won great critical acclaim for his first novel in the Leo Maxwell series, Bear Is Broken, a Shamus Award finalist and a Kirkus Reviews best book of the year that William Bernhardt called one of the best debuts Ive read in years. The second Leo Maxwell mystery, Lion Plays Rough, continued the story, and now, in the utterly suspenseful Fox Is Framed, Smith confronts anew the drama that has haunted Leoand his recently
brain-damaged elder brother, Teddysince childhood. Learn More
The Fall of Princes

Robert Goolrick; read by R.C. Bray

In the spellbinding new novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author Robert Goolrick, 1980s Manhattan shimmers like the mirage it was, as money, power, and invincibility seduce a group of young Wall Street turks. Together they reach the pinnacle, achieving the kind of wealth that grants them access to anything—and anyone—they want. Until, one by one, they fall. Learn More
The City When It Rains

Thomas H. Cook; read by R.C. Bray

A haunting story of mystery and madness from the Edgar Award-winning author. Learn More
Harbor Nocturne

Joseph Wambaugh; read by R.C. Bray

In the latest masterpiece from “the father of the modern police novel,” comedy, tragedy, and suspense intertwine in a Dickensian tale set in Hollywood. Learn More

David Housewright; read by R.C. Bray

Edgar Allan Poe Award - First Novel

P.I. Holland Taylor reluctantly agrees to help Minnesota gubernatorial candidate and media darling Carol Catherine Monroe with the skeletons rattling in her closest. But the murder of an innocent campaign worker teaches Taylor some sins can never be forgotten. Learn More
The Singapore Wink

Ross Thomas; read by R. C. Bray

In a twisted tale of murder and blackmail, an ex-stuntman is hired by the Mafia to find the man he thought he’d accidentally killed—along with his film career—years ago. Learn More
The Mordida Man

Ross Thomas; read by R. C. Bray

Accepting a presidential assignment when an international terrorist is kidnapped and the terrorist’s friends abduct the president’s brother in answer, independent fixer Chubb Dunjee enters a dangerous world far outside his usual beat. Learn More
The Forgers

Bradford Morrow; read by R.C. Bray

When an amateur signature forger is brutally murdered, his sister‘s lover—also an expert at reproducing the handwriting of literary greats—becomes entangled with a mysterious rare book dealer who might have something to do with the case. Learn More

Tim Johnston; read by Xe Sands and R.C. Bray

On a family vacation in the mountains near Denver, a girl on the brink of starting college and her younger brother leave the hotel to run and bike up a winding mountain road. Hours later, the boy is brought down in an ambulance, the victim of an apparent hit-and-run accident. His sister, however, has disappeared. Learn More
Brown's Requiem

James Ellroy; read by R. C. Bray

In the tradition of Chandler and Wambaugh, the author of The Black Dahlia brilliantly evokes the dark underside of Los Angeles. When P.I. Fritz Brown undertakes an investigation into blood money changing hands at a golf course, he plunges into a nightmare of arson, corruption, and porn. Learn More
Act of Fear

Dennis Lynds, writing as Michael Collins; read by R.C. Bray

Edgar Allan Poe Award - First Novel

Winner of the 1968 Edgar Award for Best First Novel. A one-armed PI looks for a link between a mugged cop and a missing kid. Learn More
Bear Is Broken

Lachlan Smith; read by R. C. Bray

A Kirkus Best Books of Year Pick

From a striking new voice in crime fiction, a young lawyer tries to track down the shooter who put his brother in a coma. Learn More
The Old Turk's Load

Gregory Gibson; read by R. C. Bray

A Booklist Best Crime Fiction Debut Selection

A sprawling, classic noir crime novel set amid the 1967 Newark riots in which $5 million worth of heroin goes missing, and every cop, criminal, do-gooder, and lowlife will do anything to find it. Learn More
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