Animal | Podium Audio


By: Keith R.A. DeCandido, M.D, Munish K. Batra

Performed by: Nicol Zanzarella

Realeased: January 05, 2021

Language: English

Format: Single Narration

Duration: 08 hr, 13 min

Two grisly murders are committed at a meatpacking plant by a person wearing a cow mask.

Not long after, the CEO of a water park is brutally killed by someone wearing an orca mask. Interpol Agent An Chang believes these are the latest acts of a ruthless serial killer he has been chasing for more than 20 years…a killer who targets those who harm innocent animals.

Elephant poachers in Chad, Russian big-game hunters of endangered species, dog fighters in Atlanta, European food execs who gorge ducks to make paté, gorilla hunters in the Congo, ivory merchants in China. Those who torture animals are not safe….

Working with two California detectives, Chang races to unmask the killer as his spree ramps up. But the killer’s motives and history are far deeper than anyone realizes, and the truth of his rampage leads on a wild chase from the streets of Shanghai around the globe.

A relentless thriller by renowned surgeon and humanitarian Dr. Munish K. Batra, in collaboration with international best-selling author Keith R.A. DeCandido. This thought-provoking, pulse-pounding novel will engross and enthrall and ask the question: Do the most noble of intentions justify the most horrific acts?



Keith R.A. DeCandido

Keith R.A. DeCandido is an award-winning best-selling author of more than 50 novels, almost 100 short stories, and too much nonfiction to count, all in a variety of genres.






Munish K. Batra



Nicol Zanzarella

Nicol Zanzarella is a veteran, award-winning audiobook narrator, across multiple genres. She has over 200 titles to her credit, from a wide range of publishers and audiobook producers, as well as working directly with independent authors. She loves voicing audio description for the blind community, and is an actor with experience?in both classical and contemporary theatre and film. Originally from Yonkers, NY, she heard her first stories around the dinner tables at her grandmothers? houses, and thinks that sharing stories of all kinds will be the thing that can help bring us together. Thank you for listening!