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"Pete Larkin is a superb storyteller and understands the true ebb and flow of a well written tale." — Library of Congress

"Great job on both books. You’re a reading machine." — Cheryl Smith, Hachette Publishing

Click here for a NY Times Article about Pete and the Public Library’s Talking Books program and to hear Pete read an excerpt from "A Pickpocket's Tale," by Timothy J. Gilfoyle

-- Pete has done more than a dozen books for Tantor Audio, including, JFK and the Unspeakable by James W. Douglas, (22 hours of audio), which takes a new and disturbing look at JFK’s assassination, and American Icon--Alan Mulally and the Fight to Save the Ford Motor Company, by Bryce G. Hoffman. Recently, he narrated an action/detective novel for Hachette, called, Fun & Games by Duane Swierczynski, and was a member of the cast for the re-release of Neil Gaimans’, American Gods. Here are some samples of Pete’s work.

Waiting for Rusty
Excerpted here, Waiting for Rusty is a short story by William Cole, which appeared in the 1939 edition of Black Mask

The Manual of Detection by Jedediah Berry
(Earphone Award Winner! - Read the Review)

The Last Campaign by Thurston Clarke
(Earphone Award Winner!)

Just David by Eleanor H. Porter

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