William Heffernan

William Heffernan, a three-time Pulitzer Prize nominee, is the author of eighteen novels, including such best sellers as The Corsican, The Dinosaur Club (a New York Times bestseller), The Dead Detective, and Tarnished Blue (winner of an Edgar Award). Heffernan lives outside of St. Petersburg, Florida.

  • When Johnny Came Marching Home

    By William Heffernan

    Read by R.C. Bray

    Award-winning William Heffernan's vivid story of war and its effects on all the lives scarred by it.

    "Heffernan swings his vivid tale back and forth between past and present, war and peace - a neat tour de force he pulls off with admirable assurance." - Kirkus Reviews

    Released Tue Oct 02 00:00:00 UTC 2012
    English, Unabridged

  • The Dead Detective

    By William Heffernan

    Read by John McLain

    Can Harry Doyle catch the killer of a celebrity criminal before hysteria consumes south Florida?

    "Heffernan's first novel in seven years...wherever he's been, he hasn't forgotten how to write a good, gritty police procedural...This edgy police drama succeeds in capturing the hysteria the grips Tampa residents when a celebrity criminal...is found dead in a cyprus swamp with her throat cut and the word 'Evil' carved into her forehead." - New York Times Book Review

    Released Tue Feb 14 00:00:00 UTC 2017
    English, Unabridged

  • The Scientology Murders

    By William Heffernan

    Read by John McLain

    In this second Dead Detective mystery, Harry Doyle is back and hot on the trail of a killer.

    "...Highly entertaining..." - Kirkus Reviews

    Released Tue May 09 00:00:00 UTC 2017
    English, Unabridged