• Dietrich

  • By: Don Winslow
  • Narrated by: Ed Harris
  • Length: 1 hr and 11 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (1,209 ratings)

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By: Don Winslow
Narrated by: Ed Harris
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About this Audible Original

Gritty and suspenseful, Dietrich is a hard-boiled whodunnit from Audie Award-winning and internationally best-selling author Don Winslow, performed by four-time Academy Award nominee Ed Harris.

It’s the summer of ’77 in New York City, and the only thing more unnerving than the scorching heatwave is the rampant murder, leaving washed-up homicide detective Richard Dietrich on edge.

When Dietrich investigates a brutal mob hit the brass doesn’t want him to solve, he goes from phoning it in to getting in over his head. Caught up in a mysterious second homicide with an even more perplexing perpetrator, Dietrich starts to second guess his instincts—and his memory—as he searches for answers at the bottom of a bottle.

©2023 Don Winslow (P)2024 Audible Originals, LLC.

About the Creator

Don Winslow is the author of more than 20 acclaimed, award-winning international bestsellers, including The New York Times bestsellers The Force and The Border, the #1 international bestseller The Cartel, The Power of the Dog, Savages, The Winter of Frankie Machine, and the Danny Ryan Trilogy. Savages was made into a feature film by three-time Oscar-winning writer-director Oliver Stone. The Power of the Dog, The Cartel, and The Border sold to FX to air as a major television series, and The Force is soon to be a major motion picture from 20th Century Studios. A former investigator, antiterrorist trainer, and trial consultant, Winslow lives in California and Rhode Island.

About the Performer

Ed Harris has an acclaimed film career spanning five decades. He is a four-time Academy Award nominee and a two-time Golden Globe winner for his brilliant performances in The Hours, The Truman Show, Apollo 13, Game Change (HBO), Empire Falls (HBO) and Pollock—his feature film directing debut.
Harris has a prolific and diverse filmography of leading roles with acclaimed filmmakers, including Alamo Bay (Louis Malle), The Abyss (James Cameron), The Firm (Sydney Pollack), Nixon (Oliver Stone), The Rock (Michael Bay), Absolute Power (Clint Eastwood), A Beautiful Mind (Ron Howard), Snowpiercer (Bong Joon-ho), Mother! (Darren Aronofsky), and three films with veteran filmmaker Agnieszka Holland. Harris was recently seen in the blockbuster Top Gun: Maverick and in Netflix’s The Lost Daughter, Maggie Gyllenhaal’s award-winning film adaptation of the Elena Ferrante novel.
Upcoming, Harris will star alongside Kristen Stewart in the A24 film Love Lies Bleeding, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January of 2024, as well as the comedy drama film My Dead Friend Zoe, which will premiere at SXSW. Ed will star alongside Jessica Lange in MGM’s Long Day’s Journey Into Night, a screen adaptation of Eugene O’Neill’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play. He also recently completed production on the crime thriller feature Riff Raff starring alongside Jennifer Coolidge, Dustin Hoffman, and Pete Davidson.
In addition to directing Pollock, his second film, as director, screenwriter, and actor, was Appaloosa, co-starring Viggo Mortensen.
His television credits include Empire Falls (HBO) and Riders of the Purple Sage (TNT), co-starring and co-produced with his wife, Amy Madigan. Harris also starred as the enigmatic Man in Black’ for four seasons of the critically acclaimed HBO series Westworld, which earned him an Emmy nomination.
Harris’s theater credits include: Ronald Harwood’s Taking Sides, Sam Shepard’s Fool for Love (Obie), and Simpatico (Lucille Lortel Award for Best Actor), George Furth’s Precious Sons (Drama Desk Award, Tony nomination), Prairie Avenue, Scar, A Streetcar Named Desire, The Grapes of Wrath, and Sweet Bird of Youth, Aaron Sorkin’s stage adaptation of To Kill a Mockingbird, and Shepard’s Buried Child, in which Harris and Madigan made their London West End debut and for which he received an Olivier nomination.