Read by Alfred Molina and Jan Maxwell

ABRIDGED 7 hours on CDs or cassettes

The Intelligencer redefines the suspense genre with a deftly interwoven pair of tales, one set in the sixteenth century, starring Christopher Marlowe—playwright, poet, and spy—the other set in the here and now, featuring Kate Morgan, a young Ivy-educated private eye. Simon & Schuster Audio selected the award-winning actor, Alfred Molina, to narrate the Elizabethan chapters, and the Broadway veteran, Jan Maxwell, to read those set in the twenty-first century.

Alfred Molina’s many films include Spider-Man II, Frida, Magnolia, Chocolat, and Boogie Nights. He starred on television in Bram & Alice and Ladies’ Man, and on Broadway in Fiddler on the Roof, and Art, for which he received a Tony Award nomination, a Drama Desk Award, and an Outer Critics Circle Award.

Elizabethan Excerpt The Intelligencer opens in London at dusk, as Marlowe heads to Greenwich Palace for a rendezvous with his spymaster. Afterward, he is sitting alone in the grounds south of the palace when...

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Jan Maxwell has appeared on Broadway in A Doll’s House, The Sound of Music, The Dinner Party, Dancing at Lughnasa and City of Angels Off-Broadway, Ms. Maxwell has performed at The Promenade, Manhattan Theatre Club, Circle Repertory and The Kennedy Center. Her television credits include Law & Order and PBS’s AIDS: Changing the Rules.

Present-Day Excerpt Kate has just received a new assignment involving a mysterious centuries-old manuscript recently unearthed in central London. She is on her way to have it examined by a rare-books dealer when she notices someone following her...

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