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Hot Summer Fiction From Penguin-Random House Audio

BAD MEN & WICKED WOMEN. Eric Jerome Dickey. A Penguin-Random House Audio Book.

Cover courtesy of Penguin-Random House Audio.

Eric Jerome Dickey is the best thing going in fiction now in terms of writing stories that blend action with sensuality, and that fact is immediately brought to life in the audio version of the novelist’s latest release. Read by Dion Graham, whose voice captures the nooks and crannies of Dickey’s layered prose. Running time 11 hours on 9 CDS. Read John Aiello’s review of the hardcover release here. Sample the audio narration here.

Also Worth A Listen

THE SAINT OF WOLVES & BUTCHERS. Alex Grecian. A Penguin-Random House Audio Book.

Cover courtesy of Penguin-Random House Audio.

This novel holds you on the edge of your chair as we follow Nazi doctor Rudolph Bormann to Kansas, where he is pursued for a new set of crimes. From the onset, the story bristles with both intrigue and  high drama – a testament to Grecian’s ability to create believable and original characters. Read by January LaVoy. 11 hours on 9 CDS. Sample the audio narration here.

by John Aiello



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This entry was posted on May 3, 2018 by in 2018, In the Spotlight, May 2018, Rat On Audiobooks and tagged , , , .
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