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The Sixth Commandment Audiobook

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Corporate investigator Samuel Todd, who while working for a private foundation discovers that Nobel Prize–winning scientist Dr. Telford Thorndecker is secretly breaking every law of God and man, must make the most difficult decision a man could face. Lawrence Sanders at his suspenseful best.  

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  • “A blend of thriller, mystery, love story…A tale of sins, crimes…And a nightmare lurking in the heart of a dream.”

    Literary Guild Magazine

  • “It will surprise and chill you!”

    Chicago Tribune

  • “A master of suspense!”

    Washington Post

  • A New York Times Bestseller
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About the Author
Author Lawrence Sanders

Lawrence Sanders (1920–1998) was an American novelist and short story writer. Born in Brooklyn, New York, he worked as a magazine writer before becoming a full-time fiction writer. He is the author of the Edward X Delany series, the Archy McNally series, and the Commandment series, and a number of other standalone novels. He received an Edgar Award for Best First Novel in 1971.

About the Narrator

Keith Szarabajka has appeared in many films, including The Dark Knight, Missing, and A Perfect World, and on such television shows as The Equalizer, Angel, Cold Case, Golden Years, and Profit. Szarabajka has also appeared in several episodes of Selected Stories for National Public Radio. He won the 2001 Audie Award for Unabridged Fiction for his reading of Tom Robbins’ Fierce Invalids Home from Hot Climates.