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Dirty Work

by Eyal Press; read by Neil Shah

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A groundbreaking, urgent report from the front lines of "dirty work"—the work that society considers essential but morally compromised. Learn More
A Dismal Thing to Do

by Charlotte MacLeod; read by William Dufris

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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
The Dog Who Bit a Policeman

by Stuart M. Kaminsky; read by John McLain

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Moscow's gone to the dogs in the "imaginative" Edgar Award–winning crime series about a conscientious Russian cop (The New York Times Book Review). Learn More
The Door

by Mary Roberts Rinehart; read by Liza Ross

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There's been an awful murder at Elizabeth Bell's otherwise quiet household in this classic mystery from the author of The Yellow Room. Learn More
Driven

by martin popoff; read by Michael Butler Murry

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In this conclusion to his trilogy of authoritative books on Canada's most beloved and successful rock band, Martin Popoff takes us through three decades of "life at the top" for Rush's Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, and Neil Peart. Learn More
Driven

by Marcello Di Cintio; read by Roger Wayne

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In conversations with drivers ranging from veterans of foreign wars to Indigenous women protecting one another, Marcello Di Cintio explores the borderland of the North American taxi. Learn More
Dying on the Vine

by Peter King; read by David Baker

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"Frolic through the vineyards and fine restaurants of Provence" in this delectable mystery set in French wine country, where the time is ripe for murder (Publishers Weekly). Learn More
Eat, Drink and Be Buried

by Peter King; read by David Baker

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When a jousting match at a medieval fair turns into old-fashioned murder, the Gourmet Detective sets out to unmask the killer. Learn More
An Elderly Lady Must Not Be Crossed

by Helene Tursten; translated by Marlaine Delargy; read by Ann Richardson

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Helene Tursten presents her latest novel, An Elderly Lady Must Not Be Crossed. Learn More
Elizabeth and Monty

by Charles Casillo; read by Paul Heitsch

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Violet-eyed siren Elizabeth Taylor and classically handsome Montgomery Clift were the most gorgeous screen couple of their time. Over two decades of friendship they made, separately and together, some of the era's defining movies. Yet the relationship between these two figures has never truly been explored until now. Learn More
The Enemy Within

by David Horowitz; read by Rick Adamson

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In The Enemy Within, David Horowitz argues that America's fundamental principles are under attack by the progressive left. Learn More
Escaping Emotional Abuse

by Beverly Engel; read by Stephanie Richardson

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The world-renowned therapist and author of the groundbreaking self-help classic The Emotionally Abusive Relationship delves into the most destructive and powerful weapon of the abuser: shame. Learn More
Exit the Milkman

by Charlotte MacLeod; read by John McLain

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Charlotte MacLeod presents Book 10 in the Peter Shandy Mysteries. Learn More
Eye of the Beholder

by Lowell Cauffiel; read by Chris Abernathy

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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
The Fala Factor

by Stuart M. Kaminsky; read by Jim Meskimen

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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
Fall of a Cosmonaut

by Stuart M. Kaminsky; read by John McLain

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Book 13 in the Inspector Porfiry Rostnikov Mysteries. Bringing to life historic shifts in contemporary Russian history, as seen through the eyes of one hard-boiled Moscow cop, "Kaminsky's Rostnikov novels are among the best mysteries being written" (The San Diego Union-Tribune). Learn More
The Family Vault

by Charlotte MacLeod; read by Andi Arndt

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An aging stripper's fresh corpse turns up in an old family tomb at Boston Common in this "first-rate suspense whodunit" (The Cincinnati Post). Learn More
A Fatal Glass of Beer

by Stuart M. Kaminsky; read by Jim Meskimen

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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
Father James Page

by Larry Eugene; read by Terrence Kidd

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This first-of-its-kind biography tells the story of Rev. James Page, who rose from slavery in the nineteenth century to become a religious and political leader among African Americans as well as an international spokesperson for the cause of racial equality. Learn More
Feeling Like It

by Tamar Schapiro; read by Nancy Peterson

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Feeling Like It provides a concise and accessible investigation of a new problem at the intersection of ethics, philosophy of action, and philosophy of mind. Learn More
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