Cards on the Table

  • by Josh Lanyon
  • Narrated by Sean Crisden
  • 3 hrs and 4 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Fifty years ago, a glamorous Hollywood party ended in murder - the only clue a bloody Tarot card. Timothy North is trying to find out what happened that long ago summer's night, but when a Tarot card turns up pinned to his front door, the only person Tim can turn to for help is his ex-lover, Detective Jack Brady.
Note: This novella contains scenes of gay erotic content.

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A nice tight little mystery about a 50-year old Hollywood cold case. In addition to delighting in some very colorful secondary characters, I loved both main characters. Especially Tim, a writer whose perception of his own limitations almost hold him back from a meaningful connection with his policeman neighbor Jack. This would have been all the better had it been a full-length novel. It certainly had the foundation for "more". Lanyon's wonderful shorts always end too soon. The fabulous Sean Crisden narrated. Highly recommended.

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- Kathleen

Absolute fabulous audio to listen to while working

What made the experience of listening to Cards on the Table the most enjoyable?

The relationship between Tim and Jack. I love how Mr. Lanyon is able to bring two characters together, create just enough angst to keep your heart in 'worried mode' and then reward you with a heart stopping breather.

It is now a fact that I am completely and utterly in love with Mr. Lanyon, well...I mean the characters he creates anyway. I think I have most of his books now and have been consistently reading his stories the last couple weeks and have yet to be disappointed.

Oh, and when you have a great narrator, I suppose that makes for an extremely enjoyable listening experience. 😍


Which character – as performed by Sean Crisden – was your favorite?

Tim was my favorite character because of his condition, and how he was able to handled it. I'd be living in fear everyday but he just lived his life as though he was invincible.


If you could rename Cards on the Table, what would you call it?

Mystery of The Tarot Card

The Lady and the Tarot Card

Murder by Tarot Card. <----- My moms favorite :-)

Who killed Eva Aldrich? <----- My favorite

LOL. I can come up with many different titles for this. The original title is good though.


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A wonderful mystery romance, with a great performance. Definitely a recommended read or audio from me to you! 💖

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- HaloLove

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-13-2014
  • Publisher: JustJoshin Publishing, Inc.