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Titles from the renowned mystery publisher, available from HighBridge on audio.

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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
Jack of Spades

Joyce Carol Oates; read by Joe Barrett

From one of the most inimitable writers of our generation, Jack of Spades is an exquisite, psychologically complex thriller about the opposing forces within the mind of one ambitious writer, and the line between genius and madness. Learn More
The Ways of the World

Robert Goddard; read by Derek Perkins

From the Edgar Award-winning, internationally bestselling British writer Robert Goddard comes a captivating new trilogy of historical thrillers, set at the tail end of World War I and featuring the devilishly charismatic James "Max" Maxted, a Royal Flying Corps veteran who has a hard time keeping himself out of trouble. Learn More
Green Hell

Ken Bruen; read by John Lee

Ireland's master of poetic crime fiction, called an Irish treasure by Shelf Awareness, spins a new alcohol-fueled Jack Taylor plot, featuring a Rhodes scholar gone astray, a professor with a violent streak, and a young woman who almost makes Jack look tame. Learn More
The Dead Student

John Katzenbach; read by Kirby Heybourne

A master of the modern psychological thriller, internationally bestselling author John Katzenbach is an unrivaled investigator of that most primal human motive—revenge. A tense, penetrating novel, The Dead Student follows a young man set on avenging the uncle who saved his life, no matter the consequences. Learn More
Captain in Calico

George MacDonald Fraser; read by Derek Perkins

Scottish author George MacDonald Fraser was famed for his legendary Flashman series, featuring the incorrigible knave Harry Flashman, a soldier in the imperial British army. In the colorful standalone Captain in Calico, the first novel he ever wrote but which has never been published, Fraser introduces another real-life anti-hero: Captain John Rackham, called Calico Jack, an illustrious eighteenth-century pirate who marauded the Caribbean seas. Learn More
The Mulberry Bush

Charles McCarry; read by Robert Fass

Author of The Tears of Autumn and The Shanghai Factor, Charles McCarry is widely regarded as one of the finest espionage novelists writing today. His latest masterpiece, The Mulberry Bush, burns with the fury of the wronged, as personal vendetta and political idealism collide. Learn More
Splinter the Silence

Val McDermid; read by Gerard Doyle

Widely recognized as one of our finest crime writers, with numerous accolades and legions of devoted readers worldwide, internationally bestselling author Val McDermid is back with the latest installment in her much beloved series featuring psychologist Tony Hill and former police detective Carol Jordan. Splinter the Silence is an adrenaline-fueled rollercoaster guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat: a masterful novel centered on the mysterious deaths of several women who were the victims of vicious cyberbullying. Learn More
Forty Thieves

Thomas Perry; read by Peter Berkrot

A devilishly plotted chase-and-pursuit novel by "a master of nail-biting suspense" (Los Angeles Times), featuring a husband-and-wife detective team that is hired to look into the murder of a research scientist Learn More
The Cellar

Minette Walters; read by Justine Eyre

Muna's fortunes changed for the better on the day that Mr. and Mrs. Songoli's younger son failed to come home from school. 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 Ends of the Earth

by Robert Goddard; read by Derek Perkins

In the third installment of the James Maxted thriller series, starring a dashing Royal Flying Corps veteran turned secret service operative, the truth about allegiances has never been less certain. Loaded with death threats, knife fights, a kidnapping or two, and a coded list that has the power to dismantle whole governmental hierarchies, The Ends of the Earth is a masterful work of historical cut-and-thrust that tests the bonds of family and country to their very limit. Learn More
The State Counsellor

by Boris Akunin, translated by Andrew Bromfield; read by Nigel Patterson

The first new Fandorin novel available to an American audience in a decade, The State Counsellor tests the handsome diplomat-detective's guile and integrity like no mystery before. Learn More
From Holmes to Sherlock

by Mattias Boström; translated by Michael Gallagher; read by Shaun Grindell

Washington Post Notable Book

Everyone knows Sherlock Holmes. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle created a unique literary character who has remained popular for over a century and is appreciated more than ever today. But what made this fictional character, dreamed up by a small-town English doctor in the 1880s, into such a lasting success, despite the author's own attempt to escape his invention? Learn More
Firefly

by Henry Porter; read by Matt Addis

A devastatingly timely thriller following the refugee trail from Syria to Europe, Firefly is a sophisticated, breathtaking race against time from an author who brings a whole new level of urgency to the genre. Learn More
The Coronation

by Boris Akunin; translated by Andrew Bromfield; read by Nigel Patterson

Boris Akunin has been hailed as Russia's answer to both Agatha Christie and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle for his beloved Fandorin mystery series. After five years spent abroad building up a business as something of a private investigator, the handsome, stuttering Fandorin is back in Moscow―and in for a case that entangles him with the highest echelons of Romanov royalty. Learn More
She Lover of Death

by Boris Akunin; read by Nigel Patterson

A fantastically entertaining murder mystery from Boris Akunin, author of The Coronation. 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
Cardiff, by the Sea

by Joyce Carol Oates; read by Lauren Ezzo

Four brand-new novellas by the #1 New York Times bestselling, National Book Award–winning "grand mistress of ghoulishness" (Publishers Weekly). Learn More
Bibliomysteries Volume 1

by Jeffery Deaver, C.J. Box, Ken Bruen, Reed Farrel Coleman, Peter Blauner, Thomas H. Cook, Loren D. Estleman, William Link, Laura Lippman, Anne Perry, Mickey Spillane, Max Allan Collins, Andrew Taylor, David Bell; edited by Otto Penzler; read by Daniel T

A must-listen collection of thirteen bibliomysteries by bestselling and award-winning authors. Learn More
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