The Bat Audiobook (Unabridged)

The Bat (Unabridged), by Mary Roberts Rinehart
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Miss Cornelia Van Gorder has left her New York City home for a vacation in an isolated country mansion with her beautiful young niece, neurotic maid, pompous butler and a mysterious but genteel young man, only to find herself the victim of a elusive master criminal, the Bat.

The spirited and headstrong spinster is not easily fazed until one stormy night when she stumbles on a corpse. She musters all her nerves to play the vicious killer's deadly game and confront the Bat once and for all. The Bat, which draws from The Circular Staircase but adds some new plot complexities - namely the villainous Bat - shows Rinehart at the height of her career and is considered her greatest work. Download and start listening now!

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About the Author

Author Mary Roberts RinehartIf you're looking for a great Mysteries & Thrillers listen, then you've come to the right place. Mary Roberts Rinehart is a preferred author of Mysteries & Thrillers, Classics and Education books, including our bestselling titles The Man in Lower Ten, The Circular Staircase and The Case of Jennie Brice, read by the popular narrators Cindy Hardin Killavey, Jim Killavey and Lorna Raver. Of all 16 audiobooks in our collection from Mary Roberts Rinehart, the Unabridged version of The Circular Staircase is the most recent title to be added to our site. The first book added to our catalog in 2003 was The Amazing Interlude, an instant classic from this author. Combined, all 16 audiobooks in our catalog provide over 97 hours of listening from Mary Roberts Rinehart. Born on August 12, 1876 in Pittsburgh, readers will certainly enjoy this one-of-a-kind Mysteries & Thrillers author. To find other books you may enjoy, visit Mary Roberts Rinehart's page: Mary Roberts Rinehart.