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

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The Man Who Walked Like a Bear

by Stuart M. Kaminsky; read by John McLain

This "superb mystery-thriller" featuring a Moscow cop reminiscent of Arkady Renko delivers "riveting suspense" (Publishers Weekly). Learn More
Rostnikov's Vacation

by Stuart M. Kaminsky; read by John McLain

Murder intrudes on a Moscow cop's vacation: "Kaminsky's Rostnikov novels are among the best mysteries being written" (The San Diego Union-Tribune). Learn More
Death of a Russian Priest

by Stuart M. Kaminsky; read by John McLain

Book 8 in the Inspector Porfiry Rostnikov Mysteries by Stuart M. Kaminsky. Learn More
Hard Currency

by Stuart M. Kaminsky; read by John McLain

Book 9 in the Inspector Porfiry Rostnikov Mysteries by Stuart M. Kaminsky. 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
Cold Red Sunrise

by Stuart M. Kaminsky; read by John McLain

A Moscow cop is left out in the cold in this "impressive" Edgar Award winner for Best Mystery Novel (The Washington Post Book World). Learn More
Much Ado in Maggody

by Joan Hess; read by Courtney Patterson

Fans of comic mysteries have known for years that no small town is quite like Maggody. With its wild cast of characters and its no-nonsense female detective, Much Ado in Maggody is evidence of master of cozy mysteries Joan Hess at her best. Learn More
Night, Neon

by Joyce Carol Oates; read by Chelsea Stephens, Joe Hempel

From literary icon Joyce Carol Oates comes a brand-new collection of haunting and, at times, darkly humorous mystery and suspense stories. Learn More
A Fine Red Rain

by Stuart M. Kaminsky; read by John McLain

Tension runs high as a Moscow cop investigates murder under the big top—from the Edgar Award–winning "Ed McBain of Mother Russia" (Kirkus Reviews). Learn More
Eye of the Beholder

by Lowell Cauffiel; read by Chris Abernathy

The author of Masquerade provides a chilling account of the cold-blooded murder of Michigan television anchorwoman Diane King and the year-long manhunt that resulted in the arrest and trial of Diane's husband, Bradford, an ex-cop and criminal justice professor. Learn More
A Few Minutes Past Midnight

by Stuart M. Kaminsky; read by Jim Meskimen

PI Toby Peters comes to the aid of Charlie Chaplin when the Little Tramp becomes a big target in this "ingenious" mystery from the Edgar Award winner (Kirkus Reviews). Learn More
To Catch a Spy

by Stuart M. Kaminsky; read by Jim Meskimen

"Edgar winner Kaminsky offers plenty of nostalgic fun" as Hollywood PI Toby Peters teams up with Cary Grant in this World War II–era spy romp (Publishers Weekly). Learn More
Mildred Pierced

by Stuart M. Kaminsky; read by Jim Meskimen

With its "irresistible" title, Edgar Award winner Stuart M. Kaminsky's penultimate Toby Peters mystery shines a spotlight on a legendary screen diva as well as one of the favorite supporting characters of the series (The Washington Post). Learn More
Now You See It

by Stuart M. Kaminsky; read by Jim Meskimen

The final Toby Peters Hollywood whodunit from the Edgar Award–winning author is "a marvelous magic trick of a mystery" featuring Harry Blackstone (Booklist, starred review). Learn More
The Howard Hughes Affair

by Stuart M. Kaminsky; read by Patrick Lawlor

On the eve of Pearl Harbor, Howard Hughes hires Hollywood gumshoe Toby Peters to find stolen blueprints in this "marvelously entertaining" series (Newsday). Learn More
Catch a Falling Clown

by Stuart M. Kaminsky; read by Jim Meskimen

A hard-boiled Hollywood PI has to work without a net to save Emmett Kelly from a killer who's not clowning around: "Nostalgic fun" (Publishers Weekly). Learn More
The Fala Factor

by Stuart M. Kaminsky; read by Jim Meskimen

With "shades of Raymond Chandler and Dashiell Hammett," a 1940s Los Angeles private eye must recover FDR's kidnapped dog (The San Diego Union-Tribune). Learn More
Tomorrow is Another Day

by Stuart M. Kaminsky; read by Jim Meskimen

Frankly, a killer doesn't give a damn about offing Clark Gable—or Toby Peters—in this "fast-paced and colorful addition to a very successful series" (Publishers Weekly). Learn More
Dancing in the Dark

by Stuart M. Kaminsky; read by Jim Meskimen

A PI performs some fancy footwork to protect Fred Astaire as "Edgar winner Kaminsky effortlessly choreographs Hollywood history . . . and dirty doings" (Publishers Weekly). Learn More
A Fatal Glass of Beer

by Stuart M. Kaminsky; read by Jim Meskimen

This "enjoyable lark" is a road-trip mystery with an old Hollywood backdrop, starring PI Toby Peters and the great comic W. C. Fields (Library Journal). Learn More
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