And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie Length: 6 hours and 1 minute Genres: Classic, Mystery Published by St. Martin’s Press on May 3, 2004 Pages: 264 Format: Audiobook… Read more »
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Three short sweet stories taking place during Christmas in a cozy romance anthology.
Dirk Pit takes on death-dealing robots and a human-hunting descendant of samurai warriors as he untangles a conspiracy to destroy the West by a brutal industrialist.
An anthology of 21 short stories revolving around Mercedes Lackey’s fantastical world of the Heralds of Valdemar, the kingdom’s ancient order of protectors drawn from across the land.
One of the deadly prisoners of Underhill has escaped and is rampaging through the Tri-Cities. In Mercy Thompson Hauptman’s territory. It controls you. It can look like anyone.
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