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Books produced in the past    ( Total: 4 )

Fiction

  • Title : The clue : Fleming Stone, Book 1
    The clue : Fleming Stone, Book 1
    • Author : Wells, Carolyn.
    • Narrator : Roger Melin. (Male)
    • System Number : E13889
    • Collection : Fiction
    • Audio Length : 8 hours 2 minutes
    • Genre : Detective and Mystery fiction.
    • Summary :
      On the eve of her wedding day, Madeleine Van Norman, a beautiful young lady who is soon to come into her family fortune is found dead, apparently stabbed with an ominous blood-stained letter opener found nearby.
      On the eve of her wedding day, Madeleine Van Norman, a beautiful young lady who is soon to come into her family fortune is found dead, apparently stabbed with an ominous blood-stained letter opener found nearby. There is nobody within the household who is not considered a suspect by the police, but how could a killer have slipped through the doors of Madeleine’s locked bedroom? It must have been suicide, as a note was found lying on a table near her body. Or was it? An intriguing mystery ensues which hinges on the discovery of a single, all-important clue.

  • Title : The crimson cryptogram : a detective story
    The crimson cryptogram : a detective story
    • Author : Hume, Fergus.
    • Narrator : Don W. Jenkins. (Male)
    • System Number : E13890
    • Collection : Fiction
    • Audio Length : 6 hours 8 minutes
    • Genre : Detective and Mystery fiction.
    • Summary :
      Young Dr Ellis, a struggling new physician, is enjoying a quiet evening smoking and enjoying conversation with his journalist friend Cass, when their mysterious neighbour, Mrs Moxton, bursts in upon them with startling news - her husband has been murdered!
      Young Dr Ellis, a struggling new physician, is enjoying a quiet evening smoking and enjoying conversation with his journalist friend Cass, when their mysterious neighbour, Mrs Moxton, bursts in upon them with startling news - her husband has been murdered! Rushing to the scene, the two men discover Mr Moxton, stabbed in the back. They investigate the body thoroughly, but find no real clues to his assailant except for a mysterious series of markings, scrawled in blood on the dead man's sleeve.

  • Title : Miles from nowhere
    Miles from nowhere
    • Author : Mun, Nami.
    • Narrator : Ali Ahn. (Female)
    • System Number : E13891
    • Collection : Fiction
    • Audio Length : 6 hours 30 minutes
    • Genre : Domestic fiction.
    • Summary :
      Fleeing her 1980s Bronx family home in the wake of her unfaithful father's abandonment and her mother's mental illness, Korean teen Joon struggles through an adolescence marked by homeless shelters, addiction, and demeaning jobs.
      Fleeing her 1980s Bronx family home in the wake of her unfaithful father's abandonment and her mother's mental illness, Korean teen Joon struggles through an adolescence marked by homeless shelters, addiction, and demeaning jobs.

  • Title : Weight : the myth of Atlas and Heracles
    Weight : the myth of Atlas and Heracles
    • Author : Winterson, Jeanette.
    • Narrator : Dick Hill, Susie Breck. (Male & Females)
    • System Number : E13892
    • Collection : Fiction
    • Audio Length : 2 hours
    • Genre : Fantasy fiction.
    • Summary :
      In ancient Greek mythology Atlas, a member of the original race of gods called Titans, leads a rebellion against the new deities, the Olympians.
      In ancient Greek mythology Atlas, a member of the original race of gods called Titans, leads a rebellion against the new deities, the Olympians. For this he incurs divine wrath: the victorious Olympians force Atlas, guardian of the Garden of Hesperides and its golden apples of life, to bear the weight of the earth and the heavens for eternity. When the hero Heracles, as one of his famous twelve labors, is tasked with stealing these apples he seeks out Atlas, offering to shoulder the world temporarily if the Titan will bring him the fruit. Knowing that Heracles is the only person with the strength to take his burden, and enticed by the prospect of even a short-lived freedom, Atlas agrees and an uneasy partnership is born. With her typical wit and verve, Jeanette Winterson brings Atlas into the twenty-first century. Simultaneously, she asks her own difficult questions about the nature of choice and coercion, and how we forge our own destiny.