The Granite Moth by Erica Wright audiobook

The Granite Moth: A Novel

By Erica Wright
Read by Tavia Gilbert

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6.93 Hours Unabridged
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It begins with a bang: Kathleen Stone is watching her friend Dolly and his fellow drag queens from the Pink Parrot perform at the Halloween Parade when their float explodes. Suspecting foul play, the Pink Parrot’s owner, Big Mamma, hires Kat to find the culprit. Meanwhile, Kat has not given up on her quest to bring gangster Salvatore Magrelli to justice and once more dons a disguise to infiltrate the Skyview, an exclusive club run by his wife, Eva. When she watches the club’s poker dealer drop dead during a high-stakes game, she decides to look into his death as well. Discovering that he too was gay, Kat suspects that this murder could be a hate crime connected to the parade explosion.

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It begins with a bang: Kathleen Stone is watching her friend Dolly and his fellow drag queens from the Pink Parrot perform at the Halloween Parade when their float explodes. Suspecting foul play, the Pink Parrot’s owner, Big Mamma, hires Kat to find the culprit. Meanwhile, Kat has not given up on her quest to bring gangster Salvatore Magrelli to justice and once more dons a disguise to infiltrate the Skyview, an exclusive club run by his wife, Eva. When she watches the club’s poker dealer drop dead during a high-stakes game, she decides to look into his death as well. Discovering that he too was gay, Kat suspects that this murder could be a hate crime connected to the parade explosion.

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Author Bio: Erica Wright

Author Bio: Erica Wright

Erica Wright is a senior editor at Guernica magazine. Her debut collection of poems, Instructions for Killing the Jackal, was published in 2011. Her interest in crime writing began while teaching at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, though she has also taught at Marymount Manhattan College and New York University’s continuing studies program.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Fiction/Mystery & Detective
Runtime: 6.93
Audience: Adult
Language: English