Greatest Hits

Original Stories of Assassins, Hit Men, and Hired Guns
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (10.38 hours)
Product Number: Z100117003
Released: May 05, 2016
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781504741804
Narrator/s: Various
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From some of the hottest names in crime fiction today come original stories written expressly for this collection. These taut tales, loaded with tension and charged with uncertainty, bring each victim-the unsuspecting, the hunted, the fearful-into the deadly sights of a hired killer's gun. From New York Times bestselling and award-winning authors come these stories: "Keller's Karma" by Lawrence Block, read by Stefan Rudnicki "A Trip Home" by Ed Gorman, read by Gabrielle De Cuir "The Catch" by James W. Hall, read by John Rubinstein "Quarry's Luck" by Max Allan Collins, read by Stefan Rudnicki "The Greatest Trick of All" by Lee Child, read by Stefan Rudnicki "Misdirection" by Barbara Seranella, read by Gabrielle De Cuir "Snow, Snow, Snow" by John Harvey, read by Maxwell Caulfield "Upon My Soul" by Robert J. Randisi, read by Stephen Hoye "Karma Hits Dogma" by Jeff Abbott, read by Rex Linn "Dr. Sullivan's Library" by Christine Matthews, read by Judith Smiley "For Sale by Owner" by Jenny Siler, read by Margy Moore "The Right Tool for the Job" by Marcus Pelegrimas, read by Richard Gilliland "The Closers" by Paul Guyot, read by Stefan Rudnicki "Retrospective" by Kevin Wignall, read by Charles Kahlenberg "Chapter and Verse" by Jeffery Deaver, read by John Rubinstein

Professional reviews

"Thinking music? Think again. This audio contains four stories written by famous authors about hired killers, each read by a top performer. Block's "Keller's Karma," read by Stefan Rudnicki, is the most interesting. Hall's story, "The Catch," about a killer who charges only $200 per hit, is the weakest, but narrator John Rubinstein's performance gives it life. "A Trip Home," written by Gorman, and "Snow, Snow, Snow," by Harvey, are both about sweet revenge. Gabrielle de Cuir gives "Trip" a smooth, pleasant read while Maxwell Caulfield casts his performance with abundant irony. This is an opportunity for listeners to try some new writers or return to old favorites. A.L.H. (c) AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine"

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