Felonious Jazz audiobook $10

New release special:

Just $10, FREE delivery (reg $23.95)

Enjoy a thriller novel during your commute or workout.

Next Generation Indie Book Awards Finalist: Jeff Davis Swaine digs up evidence for a Raleigh, North Carolina, trial law firm. When a client comes home to find his McMansion burglarized — and his new wife’s dog dead in the kitchen — he suspects his ex-wife. But this is someone far more dangerous. From a stolen minivan, washed-up jazz bassist Leonard Noblac is performing his “perfect jazz album of felonies” to punish the zeros in the soulless suburb of Rocky Falls. Used to working from the shadow at the back of the stage, Leonard puts down a throbbing beat of crime and destruction, the performance he knows will finally make him famous. As Leonard’s improvisations grow more terrifying, Jeff must find Leonard and stop him — and save the teenager and newborn Leonard has kidnapped — before the album reaches its fiery crescendo. Running time: 6 hours, 38 minutes. Unabridged. Not available for purchase in North Carolina from this website.

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Data CD pops in and plays in newer car stereos, CD and DVD players, and all computers. Includes both mp3 and iPod files for your portable player. Free U.S. shipping (international extra).

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mp3 version
Set of 59 chapter files appear in your player as an album called Felonious Jazz.

USD 10.00 / Download

 

ipod version:
Bookmarked audiobook format (used by Audible) for iPod, iPhone, and iPad.

USD 10.00 / Download

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