The Crime of Julian Wells

The Crime of Julian Wells

By Thomas H. Cook; Traber Burns (Read by)

HighBridge Audio, Compact Disc, 9781611747454, 450pp.

Publication Date: August 14, 2012

Description
When the body of famed true-crime writer Julian Wells is found in a boat drifting on a Montauk pond, the question isn t how he died, but why. The death looks like an obvious suicide, but why would Wells take his own life? And was this his only crime? Wells best friend, Philip Anders, wants to know more. His first clue is an Argentinean crime, which may have been Wells last book idea. As Anders gathers the missing parts of Wells life, the man he knew or thought he knew becomes increasingly obscured, and the ever-deepening puzzle threatens to consume him entirely. A mystery of identity, or assumed identity, "The Crime of Julian Wells" spans four decades and traverses three continents. Richly plotted, brilliantly told, it's a voyage into the depth and darkness of a man's heart.


About the Author
Thomas H. Cook is the author of twenty-three books, including The Chatham School Affair, which won the Edgar Allan Poe Award for best novel, and, most recently, The Last Talk with Lola Faye.

Traber Burns worked for thirty-five years in regional theater, including the New York, Oregon, and Alabama Shakespeare festivals. He also spent five years in Los Angeles appearing in many television productions and commercials, including Lost, Close to Home, Without a Trace, Boston Legal, Grey's Anatomy, Cold Case, Gilmore Girls, and others.