Audiobooks by Evan Hunter

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The Moment She Was Gone Audiobook

The Moment She Was Gone

Author: Evan Hunter Narrator: Dan Futterman Release Date: July 2002

New York City, 2 A.M.: Andy Gulliver is awakened by a phone call from his mother, who says that his twin sister, Annie, is gone. It's not the first time Annie has taken off for parts unknown. Since she was sixteen, she's traveled the world collecting body piercings, Tantric sex practices, and wild stories, returning home on a whim and leaving again just as suddenly. Only this time, it's different: After a troubling incident overseas, a doctor has diagnosed Annie as schizophrenic. For Andy, facing the truth about his twin means looking at himself, his family, their collective secrets, and their shared denial. In a frantic twenty-four-hour search, Andy must find his missing sister while piecing together their entwined past -- before Annie hurts herself or someone else...

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The Blackboard Jungle Audiobook

The Blackboard Jungle

Author: Evan Hunter Narrator: James Patrick Cronin Release Date: June 2017

Written in 1954, this controversial story cracked down on the public school system and dramatized student violence as no other novel of its time did. Hunter used his own teaching experience to create protagonist Richard Dadier, who lands his first real job as an English teacher at North Manual Trades High School in New York City. Dadier knows the students here will be tough, but nothing has prepared him for the world he enters. Hunter's popular and groundbreaking novel attracted much attention when it was first published, and it became a top bestseller in 1955. Set against the changing social culture of the 1950s, The Blackboard Jungle is a fascinating time capsule that brilliantly illuminates an issue still in the forefront of our minds.

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Candyland: A Novel In Two Parts Audiobook

Candyland: A Novel In Two Parts

Author: Ed McBain, Evan Hunter Narrator: Mark Blum Release Date: January 2001

While Evan Hunter is known for his powerful novels and screenplays, Ed McBain is known for portraying the soul of the cop. With Candyland, they join for the first time to write a single story -- a powerful novel of obsession. Benjamin Thorpe is married, a father, a successful Los Angeles architect -- and a man obsessed. Alone in New York City on business, he spends the empty hours of the night in search of female companionship. His dizzying descent leads to an early morning confrontation in a midtown bordello and a searing self-revelation. Part I of Candyland follows Benjamin's fever-pitched search for identity, told in classic Evan Hunter style. Part II is pure Ed McBain territory. Three detectives discuss a homicide. The victim is a young prostitute who crossed Benjamin Thorpe's path the night before. Emma Boyle of the Special Victims Unit gets assigned to the case. As the foggy events of the previous night come into sharper focus, it grows clear that Thopre is a potential suspect. The detailed police investigation is Ed McBain at top form. Shocking, bold and compulsively engaging, Candyland is a groundbreaking literary event.

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