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Black Mask 2: Murder IS Bad Luck

Edited by Otto Penzler; read by Alan Sklar, Oliver Wyman, Pete Larkin, and Jeff Gurner

A Library Journal Best Audiobook Selection

Classic pulp fiction at its finest, drawn from the pages of the iconic magazine, Black Mask 2 features stories by Stewart Sterling, Wyatt Blassingame, Talmadge Powell, and others. Learn More
Black Mask 3: The Maltese Falcon

Edited by Otto Penzler; read by Jeff Gurner, Oliver Wyman, and Pete Larkin

A Library Journal Best Audiobook Selection

Classic pulp fiction at its finest, drawn from the pages of the iconic magazine, Black Mask 3 features stories by Dashiell Hammett, Frederic Brown, and William Cole.
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Black Mask 4: The Parrot That Wouldn’t Talk

Edited by Otto Penzler; read by Carol Monda, Alan Sklar, Jeff Gurner, Pete Larkin, and Oliver Wyman

Classic pulp fiction at its finest, drawn from the pages of the iconic magazine, Black Mask 1 features stories by Katherine Brocklebank, Thomas Walsh, Raoul Whitfield, and others. Learn More
Black Mask 5: The Ring on the Hand of Death

Edited by Otto Penzler; read by Erik Bergmann, Johnny Heller, and Dan Bittner

Classic pulp fiction at its finest, drawn from the pages of the iconic magazine, Black Mask 5 features stories by Carroll John Daly, William Rollins Jr., and Ramon Decolta. Learn More
Black Mask 6: The Bloody Bokhara

Edited by Otto Penzler; read by Richard Farrone, David Ledoux, Jeff Gurner and Peter Ganim

Classic pulp fiction at its finest, drawn from the pages of the iconic magazine, Black Mask 6 features stories by Theodore A. Tinsley, Dwight V. Babcock, Cleve F. Adams, and William Campbell Gault. Learn More
Black Mask 7: The Shrieking Skeleton

Edited by Otto Penzler; read by Peter Ganim, Richard Farrone, Jeff Gurner and David Ledoux

Library Journal Editor's Pick Best Audiobooks of the Year

Classic pulp fiction at its finest, drawn from the pages of the iconic magazine, Black Mask 7 features stories by Brett Halliday, Day Keene, W .T. Ballard, Charles M. Green, and Hank Searls. Learn More
Black Mask 8: The Sound of the Shot

Edited by Otto Penzler; read by Richard Ferrone, Peter Ganim, David Ledoux, Jeff Gurner and Bart Tinapp

Classic pulp fiction at its finest, drawn from the pages of the iconic magazine, Black Mask 8 features stories by Dale Clark, Frederick C. Davis, Don M. Mankiewicz, Norvell Page, Hugh B. Cave, and Robert Reeves. Learn More
Black Mask 9: The Corpse Didn't Kick

Edited by Otto Penzler; read by Bart Tinapp, Scott Brick, Eric Conger, Alan Winter, Carol Monda, and Jeff Woodman

Classic pulp fiction at its finest, drawn from the pages of the iconic magazine, Black Mask 9 features stories by Raymond Chandler, Whitman Chambers, Milton K. Ozaki, Norbert Davis, Ray Cummings, Steve Fisher, and Frank Gruber. Learn More
Black Noir

by Otto Penzler; read by Joniece Abbott-Pratt, Sean Crisden

Some of the best-known and most influential pieces of crime fiction have been from African American writers. Be it Walter Mosley's great detective Easy Rawlins, or the mean streets of Harlem at the hands of Chester Himes, the stories and characters in this anthology have shaped the mystery genre with their own unique viewpoints and styles. Learn More
A Blind Eye

by George Fong; read by Peter Berkrot

FBI Special Agent Jack Paris tries to uncover a community's secrets in order to find the tourists who have gone missing and stop a killer. Learn More
Blood and Rubles

by Stuart M. Kaminsky; read by John McLain

In an era of financial free-for-all in Russia, a Moscow cop deals with rampant crime in a "terrific" and "exceptional" police drama (Detroit Free Press). Learn More
Blood Echoes

by Thomas H. Cook; read by Kris Koscheski

A true-crime account of a vicious massacre and the legal battles that followed. Based on court documents, police records, and interviews with the surviving family members, this is a chilling look at the evil that can lurk just around the corner. Learn More
Blood Innocents

Thomas H. Cook; read by Jonah Cummings

In the renowned mystery writer Thomas H. Cook’s first novel, a weary detective tracks a blood-crazed psychopath who starts with the ritual killing of zoo animals—before moving on to human prey. Learn More
Blood Relations

by Jonathan Moore; read by David Colacci


2020 Edgar Award Finalist
Hammett Prize Finalist

A new thriller from a writer who's been compared to Michael Crichton, Alfred Hitchcock, Raymond Chandler, Blake Crouch, and David Cronenberg takes us to the most menacing core of California's upper crust, a class of billionaires with more money than they could spend in eternity. Learn More
Blood Safari

Deon Meyer; read by Simon Vance

From the king of South African crime thrillers. A bodyguard and the woman who has hired him to protect her are drawn into a dark mystery steeped in the ethos of South Africa. Learn More
Bloody January

by Alan Parks; read by Andrew McIntosh

An exciting, evocative first-in-series noir novel set in 1973 Glasgow, a city on the cusp of a heroin epidemic, featuring detective Harry McCoy. Learn More
Bluff

by Michael Kardos; read by Julia Whelan

The magician's job is to create a mystery―an unbridgeable gap between cause and effect. Michael Kardos brilliantly constructs his new novel Bluff as a magician would, delivering a perfectly calibrated performance of intrigue and, ultimately, astonishment. Learn More
The Bomb Maker

by Thomas Perry; read by Joe Barrett

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A bomb is more than a weapon. A bomb is an expression of the bomber's thoughts about you, his predictions of your behavior—a performance designed to fool you into making one fatally wrong move. In The Bomb Maker, Edgar Award–winning author Thomas Perry introduces us to the dark corners of a mind intent on transforming a simple machine into an act of murder—and to those committed to preventing that outcome at any cost. Learn More
The Bones Beneath

Mark Billingham; read by the author

Newly reinstated to the rank of Detective Inspector, Tom Thorne must once again face the most dangerous killer he ever put in prison. This time, things just might turn out differently—horribly and irreparably so. Learn More
The Bones of Wolfe

by James Carlos Blake; read by Rudy Sanda

In the newest Wolfe-family adventure from James Carlos Blake, Rudy and Frank Wolfe stumble upon a stash of high-quality pornographic films in a raid. The plot thickens when their Aunt Catalina, the family matriarch aged 115, recognizes a resemblance to her long-lost sister in one of the young performers. Catalina tasks the boys with tracking the girl down, however improbable a connection may be. Learn More
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