|01||01||Divide And Conquer||20081208||20081209|
Tommy's casino chain is doing nicely until some new blood muscles in.
Peter Marinker reads
Jack Ritchie's classic thriller, read by Peter Marinker.
Jack Ritchie's classic 1957 crime thriller about a cleverly foiled protection racket.
Peter Marinker reads Jack Ritchie's classic 1957 crime thriller about a cleverly foiled protection racket.
Peter Marinker reads Gil Brewer's 1976 crime thriller about a gangland hit with a twist.
Peter Marinker reads Gil Brewer's classic 1976 crime thriller about a gangland hit with a twist.
Vincenti is high.
Vincenti is about to make the biggest hit of his career.
Gil Brewer's thriller, read by Peter Marinker.
A gang war's raging, but a man called Black is there to get things sorted.
Paul Cain's classic thriller, read by Peter Marinker.
Peter Marinker reads Paul Cain's classic 1946 crime thriller about gangland retribution.
Ardis Clinton thinks she has a foolproof plan to kill her husband.
Jim Thompson's classic thriller read by Peter Marinker.
Read by Peter Marinker.
Peter Marinker reads Jim Thompson's 1960 crime thriller about a woman's comeuppance.
Peter Marinker reads Jim Thompson's classic 1960 crime thriller about a woman's comeuppance.
|01||05 LAST||A Real Nice Guy||20081212||20081213|
Jimmie is a psycho-sniper stalking Los Angeles for another target.
William F Nolan's classic thriller, read by Peter Marinker.
Read by Peter Marinker.
Peter Marinker reads William F Nolan's classic 1980 crime thriller about a serial sniper.
|02||01||A Matter Of Principal||20111029|
A Vietnam veteran turned hitman gets tangled up in a kidnapping.
Max Allan Collins' classic noir tale read by Peter Marinker.
|02||02||A Candle For The Bag Lady||20111105|
Alcoholic ex-cop Matthew Scudder investigates a street murder.
Lawrence Block's classic pulp story read by Peter Marinker.
|02||03||Hell On Wheels||20111112|
Sex, violence and death - a ride in a fast car is a prelude to murder.
Peter Marinker reads Thomas Roche's gritty short tale.
Gambling, jealously and violence.
Can a woman ever escape her past? Peter Marinker reads James M Cain's brooding tale.
|02||05 LAST||So Young, So Fair, So Dead||20111126|
Good honest toil versus strutting, arrogant criminality.
Who will win? Peter Marinker reads John Lutz's tale of base betrayal.
Who will win?