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The Pale Blue Eye

A Novel

by Louis Bayard
Charles Leggett

Audiobook

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When the body of a suicide victim disappears at West Point Military Academy in 1831, only to be discovered hours later missing its heart, the Academy calls on retired detective Gus Landor to investigate. Landor is something of a legend among his peers, noted for an uncanny, Sherlock Holmes-like ability to read people. When Edgar Allan Poe, a new cadet, comes forth with his own cryptic conclusion-that the man Landor is looking for is a poet-Landor is intrigued and enlists Poe as his assistant. Working together, Landor and Poe narrow down the suspects, all the while dealing with their own personal demons.


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Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.
Edition: Unabridged

OverDrive Listen audiobook

  • ISBN: 9780792744658
  • File size: 445905 KB
  • Release date: August 2, 2006
  • Duration: 15:28:44

MP3 audiobook

  • ISBN: 9780792744658
  • File size: 445905 KB
  • Release date: August 2, 2006
  • Duration: 15:28:44
  • Number of parts: 13


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Fiction Mystery

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English

When the body of a suicide victim disappears at West Point Military Academy in 1831, only to be discovered hours later missing its heart, the Academy calls on retired detective Gus Landor to investigate. Landor is something of a legend among his peers, noted for an uncanny, Sherlock Holmes-like ability to read people. When Edgar Allan Poe, a new cadet, comes forth with his own cryptic conclusion-that the man Landor is looking for is a poet-Landor is intrigued and enlists Poe as his assistant. Working together, Landor and Poe narrow down the suspects, all the while dealing with their own personal demons.


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