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  • False Scent

    By Ngaio Marsh, James Saxon
    Authors:
    Ngaio Marsh
    Read by:
    James Saxon
    Mary Bellamy is the sweetheart of the London stage, fluffy as only an elderly lady of 50(!) can be. Her fans and friends-and who didn't adore, positively adore darling Mary?-are heartbroken when somehow Mary manages to spritz herself not with her favorite perfume but with the deadly insecticide meant to be sprayed on the azaleas. Inspector Alleyn begins by smelling something fishy (everything he learns about lovely, fragile Mary suggests that in fact she was a rather vicious battleax), but he very quickly starts smelling something different...something like a rat.
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  • Final Curtain

    By Ngaio Marsh, James Saxon
    Authors:
    Ngaio Marsh
    Read by:
    James Saxon
    Agatha Troy, world famous portrait painter, is inveigled into accepting a commission to paint the 70-year-old Sir Henry Ancred, Bart., the Grand Old Man of the stage. But just as she has completed her portrait, the old actor dies.The dramatic circumstances of his death are such that Scotland Yard is called in - in the person of Troy's long-absent husband, Chief Detective-Inspector Roderick Alleyn...
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    Fast Flows The Stream

    By Connie Monk, Trudy Harris
    Authors:
    Connie Monk
    Read by:
    Trudy Harris
    In the halcyon days of the 1930s Sebastian Kilbride, a screen idol, and Nick Kennedy, his accountant and financial adviser are close friends, enjoying an almost idyllic lifestyle. The lives of their wives and families are intertwined. Tessa Kilbride, in contrast to her glamorous husband, is scatterbrained, warm-hearted and a homebody; Sally, Nick's efficient, well-groomed wife, is conversely a woman frustrated by domesticity. But, despite their differences, the two women have formed a strong bond. As have their teenage children, Jethro Kennedy and Zena Kilbride, who just lately have seen their childhood friendship tentatively blossom into something deeper. But the threat of war on the horizon will mean changes for them all...
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  • Flowers For The Judge

    By Margery Allingham, Philip Franks
    Authors:
    Margery Allingham
    Read by:
    Philip Franks
    The secrets of the respected publishing house of Barnabus Ltd. stretch back many years, but when one of the directors is found dead, locked in the company's strongroom, it's time for Albert Campion to set to work puzzling out the mysteries.
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  • The Fashion In Shrouds

    By Margery Allingham, Philip Franks
    Authors:
    Margery Allingham
    Read by:
    Philip Franks
    First, there is a skeleton in a dinner jacket. Then a corpse in a golden aeroplane. After another body, Albert Campion nearly makes a fourth . . . Both the skeleton and the corpse have dies with suspicious convenience for Georgia Wells, a monstrous but charming actress with a raffish entourage. Georgia's best friend just happens to be Valentine, a top coutouiere and Campion's sister. In order to protect Valentine, Campion must unravel a story of blackmail and ruthless murder.
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    Fried Green Tomatoes At The Whistle Stop Café

    By Fannie Flagg, Fannie Flagg
    Authors:
    Fannie Flagg
    Read by:
    Fannie Flagg
    FRIED GREEN TOMATOES AT THE WHISTLE STOP CAFe is the story of two women in the 1980s, of gray-headed Mrs. Threadgoode telling her life story to Evelyn, who is in the sad slump of middle age. The tale she tells is also of two women-of the irrepressibly daredevilish tomboy Idgie and her friend Ruth-who back in the thirties ran a little place in Whistle Stop, Alabama, a Southern kind of Cafe Wobegon offering good barbecue and good coffee and all kinds of love and laughter, even an occasional murder.And as the past unfolds, the present-for Evelyn and for us-will never quite be the same.
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  • The Finer Points Of Sausage Dogs

    By Alexander McCall Smith, Hugh Laurie
    Authors:
    Alexander McCall Smith
    Read by:
    Hugh Laurie
    In the sequel to Portuguese Irregular Verbs, our hero, Moritz-Maria von Igelfeld, is the unlikely choice to address veterinarians in the Ozark mountains of Arkansas, is dogged by dachshunds, becomes embroiled with that notorious Coptic schismatic, the Duke of Johannesburg (and his victim the Patriarch of Alexandria), and finally ends up being mobbed as the star attraction on a Mediterranean cruise ship.
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