Juvenile Delinquent

Genre: Mystery

Juvenile Delinquent

Performed by:
Joe Barrett
#4 in Manny Moon

Manny Moon, the agile one-legged detective, is back on a case involving the son of his old friend Ed Brighton. Young Joe Brighton had been found by the police standing over the dead body of Bart Meyers, president of the Purple Pelicans - a juvenile gang to which Joe belonged. The knife used to kill Bart belonged to Joe's father, and the police believed they had an open-and-shut case. But Manny didn't think Joe was a killer and when he started investigating he uncovered some very dangerous information that exposed a gang of dope peddlers. Manny had to keep one step ahead of them to save his own life and clear Joe from the murder charge.

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Run time: 6 hours
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Author
Richard Deming
Narrator
Joe Barrett

Biography:
Joe Barrett has appeared in films and television, and in hundreds of television and radio commercials. He is a two-time Audie Award finalist and has won six Earphones Awards from AudioFile Magazine. That magazine said of Joe’s narration of John Irving’s A Prayer For Owen Meany: “This moving book comes across like a concerto in this audio version, with a soloist – Owen’s voice – rising from the background of an orchestral narration.” Joe is married to actor Andrea Wright. They have four great big children.

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