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  • Happiest People in the World | Brock Clarke

    Happiest People in the World

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 17 mins)
    • By Brock Clarke
    • Narrated By Adam Black
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    The absurdity and distortion of reality that made Brock Clarke’s previous two novels so outrageously funny and yet so moving are on full display in his newest offering, The Happiest People in the World. Adapting the format of the political thriller and subverting it to tell his story of innocence corrupted, Clarke has delivered a biting and controversial satire on the American obsession with security and the conspiracies that threaten it.

  • Exley | Brock Clarke

    Exley

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 34 mins)
    • By Brock Clarke
    • Narrated By Chris Sorrensen, Michael Sullivan
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    Best-selling author Brock Clarke is acclaimed for his wry, absurdist humor. In Exley, Clarke introduces nine-year-old Miller, who becomes convinced that his father—who left without explanation—must have run away to join the military, and is now lying comatose in a VA hospital. Thinking a visit from his father’s favorite writer will help revive him, Miller decides to track down "A Fan’s Notes" author Frederick Exley.

    Karen says: "Yuck!"
  • An Arsonist's Guide to Writers' Homes in New England | Brock Clarke

    An Arsonist's Guide to Writers' Homes in New England

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 37 mins)
    • By Brock Clarke
    • Narrated By Daneil Passer
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    As a teenager, it was never Sam Pulsifer's intention to torch an American landmark, and he certainly never planned to kill two people in the blaze. To this day, he still wonders why that young couple was upstairs in bed in the Emily Dickinson House after hours. After serving 10 years in prison for his crime, Sam is determined to put the past behind him. His low-profile life is chugging along quite nicely until the past comes crashing through his front door.

    Sara says: "A downer of a book"
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