Black Money by Ross Macdonald audiobook

Black Money

By Ross Macdonald
Read by Grover Gardner

Blackstone Publishing

The Lew Archer Series: Book 13

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Format : Library CD (In Stock)
  • ISBN: 9781433278433

  • ISBN: 9781433278419

  • ISBN: 9781433278440

  • ISBN: 9781433278488

Runtime: 7.27 Hours
Category: Fiction/Mystery & Detective
Audience: Adult
Language: English

Summary

Summary

A 2010 Audie Award Finalist for Best Mystery Narration

A Los Angeles Times Pick of the Best Mystery Series

When private investigator Lew Archer is hired to get the goods on the suspiciously suave Frenchman who’s run off with his client’s girlfriend, it looks like a simple case of alienated affections. Things look different when the mysterious foreigner turns out to be connected to a seven-year-old suicide and a mountain of gambling debts.

Black Money is Ross Macdonald at his finest, baring the skull beneath the suntanned skin of Southern California’s high society.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

“A beautiful job…rich in plot and character…The denouement is both surprising and shocking, and the whole is up to Mr. Macdonald’s extraordinarily high standards.” New York Times Book Review
“Grover Gardner’s voice is clear and tough, a natural for the hard-boiled first-person narrative. Macdonald’s story—involving gambling debts, murder, sex, and blackmail—is as satisfyingly gritty as one expects…Gardner’s narration makes it all lively and fresh, rather than a nostalgic relic.” AudioFile
“Master professional narrator Grover Gardner, who becomes each carefully drawn character and captures the exact mood and the many varied accents in the dialog, is outstanding here…A classy narrator in a classic of the genre. Five stars!” SoundCommentary.com
“Lew Archer is as much of an institution as Perry Mason…It’s a thinking man’s murder mystery.” Kirkus Reviews

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Author

Author Bio: Ross Macdonald

Author Bio: Ross Macdonald

Ross Macdonald (1915–1983) was the pen name of Kenneth Millar. For over twenty years he lived in Santa Barbara and wrote mystery novels about the fascinating and changing society of his native state. He is widely credited with elevating the detective novel to the level of literature with his compactly written tales of murder and despair. His works have received awards from the Mystery Writers of America and of Great Britain, and his book The Moving Target was made into the movie Harper in 1966. In 1982 he was awarded the Eye Award for Lifetime Achievement from the Private Eye Writers of America.

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Details

Available Formats : CD, Library CD, MP3 CD, Playaway
Category: Fiction/Mystery & Detective
Runtime: 7.27
Audience: Adult
Language: English