Quoth the Raven by Jane Haddam audiobook

Quoth the Raven

By  Jane Haddam
Read by David Colacci

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9.87 Hours 1
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Since Father Tibor Kasparian escaped the Soviet Union, he has done his best to keep his philosophy to himself—not out of fear, but because he knows that few people could stomach an honest account of life under Stalinism. When he gets an invitation to spend a semester teaching philosophy at Independence College, Kasparian hesitates, but his friend Gregor Demarkian, a former FBI investigator, convinces him to accept. They will both wish he had decided to stay away. But on Halloween when the hated professor Donegal Steele vanishes and his secretary turns up dead, Demarkian will have to do his homework to ensure Kasparian isn’t the next victim.

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Since Father Tibor Kasparian escaped the Soviet Union, he has done his best to keep his philosophy to himself—not out of fear, but because he knows that few people could stomach an honest account of life under Stalinism. When he gets an invitation to spend a semester teaching philosophy at Independence College, Kasparian hesitates, but his friend Gregor Demarkian, a former FBI investigator, convinces him to accept. They will both wish he had decided to stay away. But on Halloween when the hated professor Donegal Steele vanishes and his secretary turns up dead, Demarkian will have to do his homework to ensure Kasparian isn’t the next victim.

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Author Bio: Jane Haddam

Author Bio: Jane Haddam

Jane Haddam is the pen name of Orania Papazoglou. She was born in and still lives in Connecticut. She has worked as a teacher and magazine editor in addition to writing over twenty novels, two of which were nominated for an Edgar Award. She was married to mystery writer William L. DeAndrea until his death in 1996. Their son, Matt DeAndrea, is also a writer.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Fiction/Mystery & Detective
Runtime: 9.87
Audience: Adult
Language: English