Murder by Moonlight

Version: Unabridged
Author: Vincent Zandri
Narrator: R. C. Bray
Genres: Thriller
Publisher: Brilliance Audio
Published In: December 2012
# of Units: 7 CDs
Length: 8 hours
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Overview

In Murder by Moonlight, Vincent Zandri’s cunning detective Dick Moonlight returns with his toughest case yet: proving an open-and-shut murder investigation isn’t over at all.
Joan Parker is the last woman private eye Dick Moonlight would ever expect to see in his Albany office. From the right side of the tracks—neighboring Bethlehem—she bears her upper class upbringing as effortlessly as a string of pearls. She also bears a scar running down her head and face—a brutal reminder of the ax attack that took the life of her husband. Her twenty-one-year-old son, Christopher, now sits in jail charged with the crime.
According to the official report—based on Joan’s answers to police when they arrived at the house and found her barely alive—she identified Christopher as the culprit. But sitting in Moonlight’s office, she reveals that she has no recollection of the event, yet is certain of one thing: Christopher didn’t do it.
Moonlight knows a thing or two about being nearly dead. And he also knows the tragedy of the police jumping to the wrong conclusions—a past case of a falsely accused client still haunts him—so he agrees to take the job and get to the truth of what happened that day. At first the trail of clues—from the crime scene to Joan’s original accusation—keeps the finger pointed at Christopher. But soon Moonlight turns up something he never expected, something more sinister than anything he’s ever come up against.

Author Details

Author Details

Zandri, Vincent

Winner of both the PWA Shamus Award and the International Thriller Writers award, Vincent Zandri is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of more than twenty novels, including Everything Burns, The Innocent, The Remains, Orchard Grove, and The Shroud Key. A freelance journalist and solo traveler, he is also the blogger behind The Vincent Zandri Vox. He lives in New York.