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

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An Owl Too Many

by Charlotte MacLeod; read by John McLain

Charlotte MacLeod presents Book 8 in the Peter Shandy Mysteries. Learn More
Something in the Water

by Charlotte MacLeod; read by John McLain

Charlotte MacLeod presents Book 9 in the Peter Shandy Mysteries. Learn More
Exit the Milkman

by Charlotte MacLeod; read by John McLain

Charlotte MacLeod presents Book 10 in the Peter Shandy Mysteries. Learn More
Bullet for Star

by Stuart M. Kaminsky; read by Patrick Lawlor

The first in a mystery series set in 1940s Hollywood, where a hard-boiled private eye helps a cast of real-life stars: "Nostalgic fun" (Publishers Weekly). Learn More
The Grub-and-Stakers House a Haunt

by Charlotte MacLeod; read by Lory Reyes

A widowed gardener meets a ghost from frontier times who's out for revenge: "The screwball mystery is Charlotte MacLeod's cup of tea" (Chicago Tribune). Learn More
A Pint of Murder

by Charlotte MacLeod; read by William Dufris

Originally published under the pseudonym Alisa Craig, A Pint of Murder is a witty look at murder in a small town and a classic cozy mystery about love, death, and the evil of vegetables. Learn More
Murder Goes Mumming

by Charlotte MacLeod; read by William Dufris

Murder turns a Christmas trip into a working holiday for Mountie Madoc Rhys and his bride-to-be in this holiday whodunit from the "cozy mystery queen" (Early Bird Books). Learn More
A Dismal Thing to Do

by Charlotte MacLeod; read by William Dufris

A Canadian snowstorm and an overturned truck lead to trouble: "MacLeod can be counted on for a witty, literate and charming mystery" (Publishers Weekly). Learn More
Trouble in the Brasses

by Charlotte MacLeod; read by William Dufris

A Canadian Mountie investigates a murder among musicians in this mystery by the Edgar Award–nominated author of the Peter Shandy series. Learn More
Malice in Maggody

by Joan Hess; read by Courtney Patterson

From Agatha Award–winning author Joan Hess, Malice in Maggody is the novel that introduced police chief Arly Hanks—the indomitable sleuth of the popular and long-running Arly Hanks Mysteries. Learn More
Death al Dente

by Peter King; read by David Baker

The grand opening of a gourmet market is soured by foul murder in this mystery full of "fast fun, delightful characters" (Library Journal). Learn More
A Healthy Place to Die

by Peter King; read by David Baker

In this "feast of a food mystery" the Gourmet Detective visits a Swiss health spa where the treatments can be deadly (Publishers Weekly). Learn More
Eat, Drink and Be Buried

by Peter King; read by David Baker

When a jousting match at a medieval fair turns into old-fashioned murder, the Gourmet Detective sets out to unmask the killer. Learn More
Roux the Day

by Peter King; read by David Baker

When a Crescent City culinary dynasty loses its family cookbook, the London-based detective is on the scene "in this whimsical and entertaining mystery" (Library Journal). Learn More
Dine and Die on the Danube Express

by Peter King; read by David Baker

Aboard a vintage luxury train on a voyage through Eastern Europe, the gourmet detective encounters a thoroughly modern murder. Learn More
Death at Charity's Point

by William G. Tapply; read by Stephen Hoye

A Boston lawyer investigates a prep school teacher's suspicious suicide in this debut for "one of the most likeable sleuths to appear on the crime scene" (The Washington Post Book World). Learn More
The Dutch Blue Error

by William G. Tapply; read by Stephen Hoye

Boston lawyer Brady Coyne investigates a philatelist fatality in "a first-rate mystery . . . a knockout climax, charged with irony" (The Washington Post Book World). Learn More
Follow the Sharks

by William G. Tapply; read by Stephen Hoye

The Boston attorney searches Red Sox Nation for a ballplayer's kidnapped son in this "grittily persuasive" mystery novel (Kirkus Reviews). Learn More
The Marine Corpse

by William G. Tapply; read by Stephen Hoye

Author Stuart Carver was doing research for his novel in the metropolis when he was killed. The icepick wound on his skull suggests he learned something that someone didn't want to see in print. To find out who murdered Carver, Brady Coyne delves into an underworld that is even more cold, dark, and deadly than Boston in winter. Learn More
Dead Meat

by William G. Tapply; read by Stephen Hoye

When Native Americans claim a friend's fishing lodge as protected land, lawyer Brady Coyne heads to Maine—where a complex case quickly turns deadly. Learn More
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