cover image The Thousand Faces of Night

The Thousand Faces of Night

Jack Higgins, read by Michael Page. Brilliance Audio, , unabridged, five CDs, 5 hrs., $29.99 ISBN 978-1-4418-4570-2

Hugh Marlowe served five years in a London prison for robbery. Now he’s free and ready to spend the loot he hid before doing his time. But with his old gang and the police closing in, Marlowe takes his stash of stolen cash and flees to the countryside. There, he becomes involved in a dangerous war between two rival farmers as well as with two beautiful women. It isn’t long before Marlowe learns that the green fields of the country can be just as deadly as the gray streets of the city. Narrator Michael Page brings this action-packed thriller’s many characters to life, giving each a distinctive voice. His portrayal of the tough, no-nonsense Marlowe is a standout. Page gives the protagonist a deep macho growl of a voice that fits perfectly with the author’s pulpy but enjoyable novel. An Open Road Integrated Media paperback. (July)