Mysteriosi, your online source for digital audio mysteries, has updated its website with dozens of additional titles bringing the total number of MP3 mystery audiobooks available to purchase to over 500.
New audiobooks for February include some new titles as well as some old favorites.
The Monkey's Raincoat by Robert Crais. This was the very first Elvis Cole mystery, originally published in paperback in 1987 and reissued in hardcover in 1993. It won the 1988 Anthony Award for Best Paperback and the 1988 Macavity Award for Best First Novel. If you haven't yet read (or heard) an Elvis Cole mystery, this is a great place to start.
Line of Vision by David Ellis. This debut mystery was also an award winner, winning the 2002 Edgar Award for Best First Novel. Publishers Weekly called this book "a wicked courtroom thriller" and added, "[Ellis has written] a twisty, spellbinding story with a subtext: that our legal system is vulnerable to producing results that defy both logic and the facts."
Betrayal by John Lescroart. In this 12th and most recent addition to the Dismas Hardy series of legal thrillers, the San Francisco District Attorney is drawn into a case that had its origins in Iraq and involve a conspiracy that may have roots in the US government. Publishers Weekly said that this is "a first-rate addition to the author's ongoing series."
Both Ends of the Night by Marcia Muller. The 18th mystery in the Sharon McCone series (25 have been published to date) has the San Francisco private investigator tracking a man whose actions have already caused the deaths of two women who loved and trusted him.
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