Cree is asked to help investigate a recently unearthed human skeleton—apparently a victim of the 1906 San Francicso earthquake—whose anatomical deformities have earned it the nickname Wolfman. Her research is illuminated by the 1889 diary of Lydia Schweitzer, a Victorian woman with her own secrets.
Daniel Hecht is one of our most featured and respected Mysteries & Thrillers authors available on our website. With a total of 5 audiobooks in our collection on AudiobookStore.com, such as Bones of the Barbary Coast: A Cree Black Thriller and City of Masks: A Cree Black Thriller, you can enjoy over 76 hours of stories from Hecht. City of Masks: A Cree Black Thriller was added to our online catalog in 2004, making it the oldest audiobook we carry from Hecht. The audiobook, Bones of the Barbary Coast: A Cree Black Thriller, is the latest of their audiobooks to be added to our collection. Though all of Hecht's Mysteries & Thrillers audiobooks can be enjoyed by our customers, Bones of the Barbary Coast: A Cree Black Thriller is the most popular and bestselling audiobook sold on our site. To view the entire collection of 5 audiobooks, please visit their author page on AudiobookStore.com: Daniel Hecht audiobooks.