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Books To Die For

If you are a mystery buff, you should definitely pick this up.  It’s an anthology of essays (over 100) by today’s mystery writers on their favorite tales and favorite authors that influenced them.  Edited by John Connolly and Declan Burke, Books to Die For: The World’s Greatest Mystery Writers on the World’s Greatest Mystery Novels…

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Deliver Us From Evil

My current narration project is a sequal to another book I narrated by David Baldacci.  The previous book, The Whole Truth, was my introduction to an American operative, Shaw, and the cast of characters who populate his fast-paced world of mystery and intrigue.  In Deliver Us From Evil, Shaw returns to take out yet another…

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Kudos To Picoult

I recently finished narrating a book by Jodi Picoult titled “House Rules.”  On the surface it seemed like just another murder mystery novel with a family focus (thus, HOUSE rules).  But that was far from the case.  In this book, the protagonist – an 18-year old boy named Jason – has Asperger’s Syndrome, a form…

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Worst Case – A Novel

I have just finished narrating a quick-paced, action-packed mystery novel by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge called Worst Case. After having gotten through all those historical novels and research-heavy stories, it was a pleasure to have the chance to narrate a fun story.  Not that the novel itself was all fun.  The story – one in the Detective…

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New Tricks

I recently finished narrating the mystery novel “New Tricks” by David Rosenfelt.  New tricks is part of the Andy Carpenter series by Mr. Rosenfelt, and the second of the series that I have narrated.  All told it is an enjoyable story.  After all, it has pretty girls, loyal dogs, people being killed, an FBI connection and even…