No Country for Old Men

Author(s): Cormac McCarthy
Imprint: Clipper Audio
CD - unabridged
Audio (7 discs)
Product Number: C3321
Released: Jul 25, 2005
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781419344589
Narrator/s: Tom Stechschulte
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Llewelyn Moss, hunting antelope near the Rio Grande, instead finds men shot dead, a load of heroin, and more than $2 million in cash. Packing the money out, he knows, will change everything. But only after two more men are murdered does a victim's burning car lead Sheriff Bell to the carnage out in the desert, and he soon realizes how desperately Moss and his young wife need protection. One party in the failed transaction hires an ex-Special Forces officer to defend his interests against a mesmerizing freelancer, while on either side are men accustomed to spectacular violence and mayhem. The pursuit stretches up and down and across the border, each participant seemingly determined to answer what one asks another: how does a man decide in what order to abandon his life? A harrowing story of a war that society is waging on itself, and an enduring meditation on the ties of love and blood and duty that inform lives and shape destinies, No Country for Old Men is a novel of extraordinary resonance and power.


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No Country for Old Men
Product Number: BX00004756
Product Number:C3321
Product Number:Z1250

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Author(s): Cormac McCarthy
Narrator(s): Tom Stechschulte
Product Number Z1250
Released: Mar 28, 2011
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781449892173
Author(s): Cormac McCarthy
Product Number EB00170026
Released: Dec 30, 2013
Business Term: 2 Year
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: #9780307390530

Professional reviews

"Narrator Tom Stechschulte smoothly captures the reflections of West Texas Sheriff Tom Bell as they wind through this noir tale of bloodshed in the wild present-day West. Superb pacing and a gruff manner capture the men weathered by the lives they've led, keeping them as individualized as necessary. Capturing "good guys" and innocents caught in the cross fire of a drug deal gone bad, Stechschulte also skillfully maintains the hair-trigger tension of chilling psychopath Anton Chigurh. The sheriff's deputies, amusingly voiced as buffoons, add a bit of levity. McCarthy's superb writing powerfully measures the moral opposites of sheriff and killer, and Stechschulte uses fluid storytelling to balance the violent tale. R.F.W. (c) AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine"