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State of Terror Audiobook

State of Terror

Author: Hillary Rodham Clinton, Louise Penny Narrator: Joan Allen Release Date: October 2021

From the #1 bestselling authors Hillary Clinton and Louise Penny comes a novel of unsurpassed thrills and incomparable insider expertise - STATE OF TERROR. STATE OF TERROR follows a novice Secretary of State who has joined the administration of her rival, a president inaugurated after four years of American leadership that shrank from the world stage. A series of terrorist attacks throws the global order into disarray, and the secretary is tasked with assembling a team to unravel the deadly conspiracy, a scheme carefully designed to take advantage of an American government dangerously out of touch and out of power in the places where it counts the most. This high-stakes thriller of international intrigue features behind-the-scenes global drama informed by details only an insider could know.

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American Time Bomb: Attica, Sam Melville, and a Son's Search for Answers Audiobook

American Time Bomb: Attica, Sam Melville, and a Son's Search for Answers

Author: Joshua Melville Narrator: Joshua Melville Release Date: September 2021

September 2021 marks the 50th anniversary of the Attica Uprising, and few stories are more central to understanding our history of racially biased incarceration and violent social activism than the life of Sam Melville Few stories are more central to understanding our history of racially biased incarceration and violent social activism than the life of Sam Melville. Melville was both reviled and admired as one of the most feared radicals in post-World War II history. His importance in the 1960s is widely recognized by historians and scholars as epitomizing the controversies, the promise, and the problems of the New Left. This memoir by Melville's son opens a window into the personal life of a legend, revealing the universal and all-too-human foibles motivating those driven to make change through violence. In the current political climate, at the fiftieth anniversary of the Attica Uprising, this nation grows increasingly interested in the racially biased incarceration and violent social activism that has shaped our nation. There are few stories more central to both subjects than the life of Sam Melville, who was often called 'the Mad Bomber.' American Time Bomb is a son's personal portrait based on years of investigation of Melville's story and the history he helped to create. Joshua Melville's personal connection to the story gives a gut-wrenching multigenerational tale of childhood abandonment but also adds a compelling historical study of politics, history, and issues of social justice.

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Summary Judgment: A Lawyer's Memoir Audiobook

Summary Judgment: A Lawyer's Memoir

Author: Jr. Donald Cameron Clark Narrator: Gary Tiedemann Release Date: September 2021

Everyone leaves death row. Few leave it alive. During the summer of 1984 twenty-year-old Tommy Hamilton, the product of a deprived childhood in rural Alabama, shoots and kills his boss. Convicted of murder, Tommy is sentenced to death. Before facing the electric chair, one final appeal offers the chance to save Tommy's life, if only his two Chicago-based lawyers and a nun from Alabama can prove he is not legally guilty...even if he is not truly innocent. Tommy fears an incarcerated life more than the electric chair. As limited as his intellect is, he realizes that even a reduced life sentence without the possibility of parole is-like electrocution-a death-in-prison sentence. If his lawyers are unable to get him out, Tommy professes a willingness to be executed. Despite a material witness allegedly committing suicide and their client escaping from jail during the court proceedings, the lawyers present evidence that perjury tainted both Tommy's conviction and death sentence. Nevertheless, the judge assigned to determine Tommy's fate maintains that 'Hamilton may deserve the death penalty and he may yet receive it.' Summary Judgment is the fascinating true crime story told by one of Tommy's lawyers that reveals how this life-and-death case unfolded in real time.

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The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Audiobook

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

Author: Robert Louis Stevenson Narrator: Matt Montanez Release Date: September 2021

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is a Gothic novella written by Robert Louis Stevenson. The story is narrated by a London lawyer named Gabriel John Utterson and follows his investigation of the strange occurrences between his friend Dr. Henry Jekyll and the evil Edward Hyde.. The story has had such a huge impact that it has become part of the language already in which the phrase “Jekyll and Hyde” has come to mean a person who has an unpredictable dual nature. A person who can seem good on the outside but has an evil streak on the inside. This novella was an immediate success and one of Stevenson’s best-selling works and this story has been adapted many times and has even inspired a lot of other works. Get your copy today at a special price for a limited time only!

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Rogues' Gallery: The Birth of Modern Policing and Organized Crime in Gilded Age New York Audiobook

Rogues' Gallery: The Birth of Modern Policing and Organized Crime in Gilded Age New York

Author: John Oller Narrator: Steve Marvel Release Date: September 2021

From the beginnings of big-city police work to the rise of the Mafia, Rogues' Gallery is a colorful and captivating history of crime and punishment in the bustling streets of Old New York. Rogues' Gallery is a sweeping, epic tale of two revolutions, one feeding off the other, that played out on the streets of New York City during an era known as the Gilded Age. For centuries, New York had been a haven of crime. A thief or murderer not caught in the act nearly always got away. But in the early 1870s, an Irish cop by the name of Thomas Byrnes developed new ways to catch criminals. Mug shots and daily lineups helped witnesses point out culprits; the famed rogues' gallery allowed police to track repeat offenders; and the third-degree interrogation method induced recalcitrant crooks to confess. Byrnes worked cases methodically, interviewing witnesses, analyzing crime scenes, and developing theories that helped close the books on previously unsolvable crimes. Yet as policing became ever more specialized and efficient, crime itself began to change. Robberies became bolder and more elaborate, murders grew more ruthless and macabre, and the street gangs of old transformed into hierarchal criminal enterprises, giving birth to organized crime, including the Mafia. As the decades unfolded, corrupt cops and clever criminals at times blurred together, giving way to waves of police reform at the hands of men like Theodore Roosevelt. This is a tale of unforgettable characters: Marm Mandelbaum, a matronly German-immigrant woman who paid off cops and politicians to protect her empire of fencing stolen goods; 'Clubber' Williams, a sadistic policeman who wielded a twenty-six-inch club against suspects, whether they were guilty or not; Danny Driscoll, the murderous leader of the Irish Whyos Gang and perhaps the first crime boss of New York; Big Tim Sullivan, the corrupt Tammany Hall politician who shielded the Whyos from the law; the suave Italian Paul Kelly and the thuggish Jewish gang leader Monk Eastman, whose rival crews engaged in brawls and gunfights all over the Lower East Side; and Joe Petrosino, a Sicilian-born detective who brilliantly pursued early Mafioso and Black Hand extortionists until a fateful trip back to his native Italy. Set against the backdrop of New York's Gilded Age, with its extremes of plutocratic wealth, tenement poverty, and rising social unrest, Rogues' Gallery is a fascinating story of the origins of modern policing and organized crime in an eventful era with echoes for our own time.

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Resistance: The gripping new WWII espionage thriller Audiobook

Resistance: The gripping new WWII espionage thriller

Author: Mara Timon Narrator: Kristin Atherton Release Date: September 2021

THREE WOMEN. ONE MISSION. ENEMIES EVERYWHERE. May 1944. When spy Elisabeth de Mornay, code name Cécile, notices a coded transmission from an agent in the field does not bear his usual signature, she suspects his cover has been blown - something that is happening with increasing frequency. With the situation in Occupied France worsening and growing fears that the Resistance has been compromised, Cécile is ordered behind enemy lines. Having rendezvoused with her fellow agents, Léonie and Dominique, together they have one mission: help the Resistance destabilise German operations to pave the way for the Normandy landings. But the life of a spy is never straightforward, and the in-fighting within the Resistance makes knowing who to trust ever more difficult. With their lives on the line, all three women will have to make decisions that could cost them everything - for not all their enemies are German.

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The Dowager Audiobook

The Dowager

Author: Anonymous Narrator: Cole Bolchoz Release Date: September 2021

Will this tale inspire Downton Abbey The New Era movie premiering on March 18th, 2022? This small novella, inspired by the series, Downton Abbey reflects the year 1926. The Dowager deals with poor failing heath, and preparing for a ball in Prague to be held by Prince Kurrigan , her younger admirer from years ago. On this festive New Year's Eve, Lady Grantham finds herself avoiding grand children, but reunites with Isobel Merton (Crawley) to attempt to once again take control of the Yorkshire County Hospital from Cora Crawley. The house staff of the Abbey find themselves holders of a new rumor, which if The Dowager does not contain, could undermine her attempts to re-gain sway and control over the village. Old habits of character return like a seven headed Hydra for our female Perseus (The Dowager) to attempt to slay.

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Defending Britta Stein: A Novel Audiobook

Defending Britta Stein: A Novel

Author: Ronald H. Balson Narrator: Gabra Zackman Release Date: September 2021

A story of bravery, betrayal, and redemption—from the winner of the National Jewish Book Award. Chicago, 2018: Ole Henryks, a popular restauranteur, is set to be honored by the Danish/American Association for his many civic and charitable contributions. Frequently appearing on local TV, he is well known for his actions in Nazi-occupied Denmark during World War II—most consider him a hero. Britta Stein, however, does not. The ninety-year-old Chicago woman levels public accusations against Henryks by spray-painting “Coward,” “Traitor,” “Collaborator,” and “War Criminal” on the walls of his restaurant. Mrs. Stein is ultimately taken into custody and charged with criminal defacement of property. She also becomes the target of a bitter lawsuit filed by Henryks and his son, accusing her of defamation and intentional infliction of emotional distress. Attorney Catherine Lockhart, though hesitant at first, agrees to take up Mrs. Stein's defense. With the help of her investigator husband, Liam Taggart, Lockhart must reach back into wartime Denmark and locate evidence that proves Mrs. Stein's innocence. Defending Britta Stein is critically-acclaimed author Ronald H. Balson's thrilling take on a modern day courtroom drama, and a masterful rendition of Denmark’s wartime heroics. A Macmillan Audio production from St. Martin's Press

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Author: Tom Mccarthy Narrator: Ben Onwukwe Release Date: September 2021

Brought to you by Penguin. Bodies in motion. Birds, bees and bobsleighs. What is the force that moves the sun and other stars? Where's our fucking airplane? What's inside Box 808, and why does everybody want it? Deep within the archives of time-and-motion pioneer Lillian Gilbreth lies a secret. Famous for producing solid light-tracks that captured the path of workers' movements, Gilbreth helped birth the era of mass observation and big data. Did she also, as her broken correspondence with a young Soviet physicist suggests, discover in her final days a 'perfect' movement, one that would 'change everything'? An international hunt begins for the one box missing from her records, and we follow contemporary motion-capture consultant Mark Phocan, as well as his collaborators and shadowy antagonists, across geo-political fault lines and experimental zones: medical labs, CGI studios, military research centres . . . Places where the frontiers of potential - to cure, kill, understand or entertain - are constantly tested and refined. And all the while, work is underway on the blockbuster film Incarnation, an epic space tragedy. Commercial box-office fodder? Or a sublimely mythical exploration of the animation, contemplation and possession of flesh - ours and others' - traumatised, erotic, beautiful, obscene... Audacious and mesmeric, The Making of Incarnation weaves a set of stories one inside the other, rings within rings, a perpetual-motion machine. Tom McCarthy peers through the screen, or veil, of technological modernity to reveal the underlying historical and symbolic structures of human experience. © Tom McCarthy 2021 (P) Penguin Audio 2021

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Secrets She Knew: A Secrets and Lies Suspense Novel Audiobook

Secrets She Knew: A Secrets and Lies Suspense Novel

Author: D.L. Wood Narrator: Dana Dae Release Date: September 2021

Some secrets won't stay buried. Boston police detective Dani Lake dreads returning to her small hometown of Skye, Alabama, for her ten-year high school reunion—and not just for the normal reasons. At only fifteen, Dani tragically discovered the body of her murdered classmate, setting in motion events leading to the unjust conviction of a dear friend and an unshakable burden of guilt she carries to this day. So when new evidence surfaces during her trip home which suggests the truth Dani's always suspected, she embarks on a mission to expose the real killer. Unexpectedly, she finds help in Skye police detective Chris Newton—who happens to be the man Dani's best friend is dying to set her up with and the only person who believes her. But when Dani pushes too hard, someone pushes back, endangering Dani and those closest to her as she unearths secrets deeper and darker than she ever imagined she'd learn—secrets that may finally bring the truth into the open, if they don't get her killed first. If you enjoy can't-put-it-down suspense laced with romance, and smart, determined heroines, you'll love USA TODAY bestselling author D.L. Wood's first book in The Secrets and Lies series of stand-alone novels. Get your copy and start listening today. Thrilling suspense laced with romance and faith.  

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On Demon Wings Audiobook

On Demon Wings

Author: Karina Halle Narrator: Jo Raylan Release Date: September 2021

When the life you wanted has crumbled beneath your fingers, there's nothing left to do but pick up the pieces and soldier on. You've done this before. But what happens when you no longer feel like yourself anymore? When fires spontaneously start-up around you, when you hear growling coming from underneath your bed, and you no longer recognize your face in the mirror. What happens then? Ghost-hunter Perry Palomino doesn't have much time to find out. Now, the evil she used to hunt is a lot closer to home. It's inside of her, taking over her life bit-by-terrifying bit, and there's only one person who can help her. If part of her doesn't kill him first. Contains mature themes.

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Into The Hollow Audiobook

Into The Hollow

Author: Karina Halle Narrator: Jo Raylan Release Date: September 2021

Perry Palomino has fought her demons-and won-but the battle is far from over. She's now left broken and on her own, leaving behind her life and family in Portland to focus on giving Dex Foray-and the Experiment in Terror show-a second chance. But their past mistakes continue to tease and test their relationship, as does the wild and desolate terrain of the Canadian Rockies. The snow-covered peaks and ravenous forests hide an urban legend too unbelievably frightening to be true and the only way the duo has a chance of surviving is if Perry can let in the very man who sent her to hell and back. Contains mature themes.

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