Dance of the Angels

Genre: Mystery

Dance of the Angels

Performed by:
David deVries
#1 in Anti-Crime Brigade

Former anti-gang police unit star Loïc Le Goënec has had a chip on his shoulder ever since he was mysteriously kicked off the force. But when detectives uncover a vile ring of sexual deviance with ties to a city official, the commissioner calls his brilliant but rough-edged protégé back into action. With help from an assortment of petty criminals, romantic interests, and colorful misfits, the Anti-Crime Brigade must work outside the department to bring down the corrupt official and the despicable company he keeps. Can Le Goënec play both sides of the law to deliver vigilante justice to an exploited city?

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Run time: 5 hours
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Author
Robert Morcet

Biography:
Robert Morcet was born on September 27, 1949, in Saint-Ouen, near Paris. Sentenced to fifteen years in prison for bank robberies—and respected for ultimately being a good person by both convicted criminals and cops—he paid for his past mistakes. His first book, Tendre voyou (Gentle Thug), published in 1987, was a very successful autobiography. His Anti-Crime Brigade series (titled Le Celte in France) spans forty-seven titles and has been popular since 1998.
Narrator
David deVries

Biography:
David deVries' audiobook credits include an American Library Association notable recording award-winner and an Audiofile magazine’s best audiobook of the year. He has appeared on Broadway as Lumiere in Beauty and the Beast, and at Hollywood’s Pantages Theatre as Dr. Dillamond in Wicked. Film and television credits include NBC’s I’ll Fly Away, Leatherheads, and Remember the Titans.

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