Ott On A Limb

Herman Ott was the type of private detective that you could trust. He never talked to the police, though that one time when Smith leaned on him..Now he was getting mysterious...

Hit and Run

As the police officer, Jill Smith, arrived at the crime scene she asked the gentleman performing CPR on the victim what he saw. He said that he hadn't seen too much. Officer...

The Luncheon

Miriam lunched weekly with two friends. She needed to act normal today. She wanted to handle her issues with Andrew on her own. She was making a salad for him that night. The...

No Safety

Jeremy saw his father shot when he was 7. He described the feeling as "the air was sucked out of his lungs". He became a pacifist, but would he feel that feeling again?

Lilly And The Sockeyes

In sports, announcers can have a lot of power. In this story lies a lesson in how to use that power.

Apparently There Were Complaints: A Memoir

"Actor Sharon Gless's animated yet intimate tone, gentle pacing, and husky timbre will keep listeners glued to her fascinating memoir. Gless holds little back as she...

Dead By Sunset: Perfect Husband, Perfect Killer? [abridged]

The author of eight New York Times bestsellers, Ann Rule first won nationwide acclaim with The Stranger Beside Me, about serial killer Ted Bundy. Her Crime Files volumes, based on...

Celestial Buffet

"I hadn't stepped with angels, but I was very aware that I died. I waited in the hall of judgement. Suddenly there was a door that I entered and found a festive banquet hall with...

Dealer's Choice

Mr. Marlow was hired to help with a loan shark, yet in reality, what was wanted from him had nothing to do with the loan.

Night, Mother

This Pulitzer Prize winner tells the powerful story of an epileptic woman in her early 40’s systematically preparing her own death - and the frantic and touching efforts of her...

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