Free audiobooks from Brilliance


Brilliance Audio are offering selected short stories for you to download and listen to!

Each serial selection is from the suspense collection THRILLER: Stories to Keep You Up All Night edited by James Patterson.

Of course Brilliance wants you to buy the whole book but they are giving away 5 stories – the first is a dud but the others are OK. Give it a try, you can’t beat the price !.


Download the MP3 files directly to your computer(click on the links below)

Download James Penny’s New Identity by Lee Child
Download The Portal by John Lescroart and M.J. Rose
Download The Abelard Sanction by David Morrell
Download The Hunt for Dmitri by Gayle Lynds

Download Epitaph by J.A. Konrath


Subscribe to the podcast(click on the link below)

James Penny’s New Identity by Lee Child
Read by Dick Hill
James Penny’s New Identity opens on the worst day of James Penny’s life. After 17 years of loyal service, he finds he doesn’t make the cut in his company’s downsizing. He is laid-off, given six weeks pay, and shown the door. After his bad luck culminates in the theft of his single prized possession—his red Firebird—Penny hits the road. Is it going to be good luck, or bad luck, when he runs into Jack Reacher?

The Portal by John Lescroart and M.J. Rose
Read by Joyce Bean

The Portal begins with a conversation between therapist Dr. Morgan Snow and a beautiful yet disturbed young woman, Lucy Delray. Dr. Snow has been working with Lucy for several months and has made little progress in helping Lucy feel connected or to truly care for others. Without warning, Lucy shares that she doesn’t feel anything when she destroys someone, softly expressing that to destroy is to assassinate, annihilate, kill. Dr. Snow wonders if she is speaking metaphorically about psychological destruction…or is Lucy really an assassin for hire?

The Abelard Sanction by David Morrell
Read by Bill Weideman

David Morrell wraps up the plot threads left from his Rose trilogy—The Brotherhood of the Rose, The Fraternity of the Stone, and The League of Night and Fog—in The Abelard Sanction. Legions of fans have wondered for years what happened to Saul Grisman and Erica Bernstein, last known to be living in a small village in Israel. Saul and Erica show up separately at the Abelard Sanctuary in Sante Fe, New Mexico, both seeking refuge, both on the trail of a terrorist with whom the seek revenge.

The Hunt for Dmitri by Gayle Lynds
Read by Laural Merlington
In this classic-style espionage story, ex-CIA agent Liz Sansborough, PhD, (a character from Lynds’ previous books, MASQUERADE and THE COIL) finds herself the pawn of old Russian spies from the days of the Cold War. With her real father a Cold War assassin that she never really knew, she has chosen Arkady, an elderly Russian colleague, as a friend and surrogate father. As her world turns upside-down, the line between truth and lies becomes obscured. When friends become enemies in the blink of an eye, whom can you trust?

Now Available! Epitaph by J.A. Konrath
Read by Dick Hill

Phineas Trout, with his Mossberg 935 shot gun at his side, is a man on a mission–he has been hired to seek revenge for a daughter’s brutal killing. After enduring a beating that he chalks up to his own carelessness, paid killer Trout goes on a rampage to deal a harsh payback to vicious gangbangers

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