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0 out of 50 out of 50 out of 50 out of 50 out of 5 0.00 (0 ratings) (rate this audio book) Author: Lemony Snicket Narrator: Sook-Yin Lee, Sophie Blackall, Wesley Stace, Terry Gross, Chris Kluwe, Jon Klassen, Rachel Maddow, Libba Bray, Jon Scieszka, Stephin Merritt, Holly Black, Ira Glass, Sarah Vowell Publisher: Hachette Book Group Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Related: The All the Wrong Questions Series Release Date: April 2014 ISBN: 9781478981244
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Match wits with Lemony Snicket to solve thirteen mini-mysteries.

Paintings have been falling off of walls, a loud and loyal dog has gone missing, a specter has been seen walking the pier at midnight. Strange things are happening all over the town of Stain’d-by-the-Sea. Called upon to investigate thirteen suspicious incidents, young Lemony Snicket collects clues, questions witnesses, and cracks every case. Join the investigation and tackle the mysteries alongside Snicket, then discover the solution revealed at the end of the audio.

With narrators assembled from the well-known names from National Public Radio as well as children’s authors, this is a delicious experience that welcomes readers into Lemony Snicket’s world of deep mystery, mysterious depth, deductive reasoning, and reasonable deductions.

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Quotes & Awards

  • “Don’t just be a lay-about. It’s time to solve mysteries with Lemony Snicket, the new millennium’s response to Sherlock Holmes. File Under contains accounts of thirteen suspicious incidents that the sleuth Mr. Snicket hopes you can help solve. After you have concluded your investigations, you can check your detections against the answers in the back of the book.”

    Barnes&Noble.com, editorial review

  • “Literary allusions and witty wordplay abound as expected, with the added fun of getting to play detective.”

    Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

  • “Each mini-mystery—just a few pages long—is chock full of wordplay, clever dialogue, noir references, and red herrings….By the end, not all mysteries are solved, nor all questions answered; whodunit aficionados will want to revisit again and again.”

    School Library Journal

  • “Snicketeers will relish the chance to revisit Lemony and several familiar characters.”

    Booklist

  • “The actual puzzles are dandy, and the format is ideal for the author’s approach of comic avalanche.”

    Horn Book

  • “This series of mysterious vignettes, with solutions withheld, allows sleuthing listeners to compare their own hypothesized endings to those revealed at the very end of the production. Each incident appears unrelated to the others, an aspect reinforced by the use of multiple narrators, men and women who deliver American, Australian, and English accents to voice Snicket and the inhabitants of Stain’d-by-the-Sea. The ensemble of narrators is composed of people who are talented and suspicious indeed—they include the crème de la crème of NPR and YA/children’s literature. The production ends with the conclusion to each mystery read by its respective Snicket. Listeners will all have their own personal favorites.”

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About the Author
Author Lemony Snicket

Daniel Handler has written numerous books for grown-ups under his own name and a series of books for younger readers under the name Lemony Snicket. He was dumped at least three times in high school.

About the Narrators

Wesley Stace is the author of three widely acclaimed novels: Misfortune, selected by the Washington Post and Amazon as one of the best novels of the year; By George, one of the New York Public Library’s 2007 Books to Remember; and Charles Jessold, Considered as a Murderer, one of the Wall Street Journal’s best fiction books of 2011. He has released fifteen albums under the name John Wesley Harding and has appeared on Late Night with Conan O’Brien, The Late Show with David Letterman, and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. He is the founder of the Cabinet of Wonders variety show, which has featured appearances by Rosanne Cash, Colson Whitehead, and Joshua Ferris, among many others, and which can be heard on NPR. He contributes frequently to the New York Times and lives in Philadelphia.

Terry Gross started out in public radio in 1973 at WBFO, the NPR affiliate on the campus of her alma mater, the State University of New York at Buffalo. She became producer and host of Fresh Air in 1975, when it was still a local program. Fresh Air won a Peabody Award in 1994 for its “probing questions, revelatory interviews, and unusual insights.” In 2003 Terry herself received public radio’s highest honor, the Edward R. Murrow Award. She lives in Philadelphia with her husband, writer Francis Davis.

Chris Kluwe is a punter for the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League. He played college football at UCLA. A musician, gamer, and radio host, he lives with his wife and two children in Minnesota and California.Lemony Snicket has been accused of leaving his readers in the dark. He is the author of Who Could That Be at This Hour?, the first book in a new series, All the Wrong Questions; the thirteen volumes in A Series of Unfortunate Events; 13 Words; and several other alarming books. He was last seen in a dimly lit area. You can visit him at www.LemonySnicketLibrary.com.

Jon Klassen was born in Winnipeg, where the dark arrives early for much of the year. He is the award-winning creator of several bestselling picture books, including I Want My Hat Back and This Is Not My Hat. He grew up in Niagara Falls and now lives in Los Angeles. Visit Jon online at www.burstofbeaden.com.

Rachel Maddow has hosted the Emmy Award–winning Rachel Maddow Show on MSNBC since 2008. Before that, she was at Air America Radio for the duration of that under-appreciated enterprise. She has a doctorate in politics from Oxford and a bachelor’s degree in public policy from Stanford. She lives in rural western Massachusetts and New York City with her partner, artist Susan Mikula, and an enormous dog.

Libba Bray is the author of the New York Times bestselling Gemma Doyle Trilogy, and she has written short stories about everything from Cheap Trick concerts to Rocky Horror Picture Show devotees to meeting Satan worshippers on summer vacation. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and son. Her dream is to stop sucking so badly at drums in Rock Band.

Jon Scieszka, a former elementary school teacher, is the National Ambassador for Children’s Literature emeritus and the bestselling author of more than twenty-five books for kids, including The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales, Math Curse, Robot Zot!, and the Time Warp Trio series. He founded Guys Read to encourage a passion for reading among young boys, with the philosophy that boys love to read most when they are reading things they love.

Holly Black is the bestselling author of contemporary fantasy novels for teens and children. She is best known for writing the Spiderwick Chronicles, a series of fantasy books for children; all of the books were adapted into a major motion picture in 2008. Her first novel, Tithe: A Modern Faerie Tale, was published in 2002. Her novella, The Wrath of Mulgarath reached the top of the New York Times bestseller list in 2004. She is also a frequent contributor and editor to a number of anthologies, including Geektastic, Zombies vs. Unicorns, and Bordertown. A graudate of the College of New Jersey, Black lives in Amherst, Massachusetts.

Ira Glass is the host and creator of the public radio program This American Life. HE started working in public radio in 1978, when he was 19, as an intern at NPR’s headquarters in Washington, DC. Over the next seventeen years, he worked on nearly every NPR news show and did nearly every production job they had: tape-cutter, desk assistant, newscast writer, editor, producer, reporter, and substitute host. He spent a year in a high school for NPR, and a year in an elementary school, filing stories for All Things Considered. He moved to Chicago in 1989 and put This American Life on the air in 1995. In 2013 Ira Glass received the Medal for Spoken Language from the American Academy of Arts & Letters.

Sarah Vowell is a contributing editor for public radio's This American Life and has written for Time, Esquire, GQ, Spin, Salon, McSweeneys, The Village Voice, and the Los Angeles Times. She is the author of Radio On, Take the Cannoli, and The Partly Cloudy Patriot. She lives in New York City.