101 Nights

Genre: Mystery

101 Nights

Performed by:
David de Vries
#3 in Dr. Hoffmann Series

It’s been 101 days since Felix Hoffmann’s girlfriend, Celine, left Berlin in a humanitarian convoy carrying aid to Kurdish northern Iraq. Now her coffin returns home. With the Iraq War all but begun, the story coming from Baghdad is that the young woman orchestrated the very bomb attack that killed her. But a devastated Felix, doctor at South Berlin Hospital, cannot believe that Celine would willingly participate in such an act, and certain clues—as well as questioning from German, Iraqi, and American agencies—raise the good doctor’s suspicions.A cryptic e-mail propels Felix to seek out the truth of what really happened to his lover. He discovers that part of the transported “humanitarian aid” was not actually humanitarian at all, leading him to believe that Celine’s fateful mission bore a far more dangerous purpose…and a far different outcome. And when the truth surfaces, Felix must fight for his life—or become another casualty of war.

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Run time: 6 hours
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Author
Christoph Spielberg

Biography:
Cardiologist and Agatha Christie prize–winning author Christoph Spielberg lives in Berlin, Germany, where his mystery novels have gained national notoriety. Spielberg was awarded the prestigious Friedrich Glauser Prize from the German Crime Writers Association for The Russian Donation, the first in his ongoing Dr. Hoffmann crime series, which garnered a starred review in Publishers Weekly and which Booklist called a “cracking good thriller.” Spielberg continues to practice medicine and draws on his expertise for his novels and short stories.
Narrator
David de Vries

Biography:
David de Vries’s 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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