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  1. The Silence of Scheherazade Audiobook The Silence of Scheherazade
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  2. Think Big: Take Small Steps and Build the Future You Want Audiobook Think Big: Take Small Steps and Build the Future You Want
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  3. Appetite: A Memoir in Recipes of Family and Food Audiobook Appetite: A Memoir in Recipes of Family and Food
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  4. A Line to Kill: from the global bestselling author of Moonflower Murders Audiobook A Line to Kill: from the global bestselling author of Moonflower Murders
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  5. Such a Quiet Place Audiobook Such a Quiet Place
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  6. 1979 Audiobook 1979
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  7. The Reckoning: America's Trauma and Finding a Way to Heal Audiobook The Reckoning: America's Trauma and Finding a Way to Heal
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  8. Land of Big Numbers Audiobook Land of Big Numbers
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  9. Gene Keys: Embracing Your Higher Purpose Audiobook Gene Keys: Embracing Your Higher Purpose
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The Gentleman's Daughter Audiobook

The Gentleman's Daughter

Author: Bianca M. Schwarz Narrator: Qarie Marshall Release Date: July 2021

Sir Henry, secret agent to the crown, must marry a lady above reproach to afford his illegitimate daughter entrance into society. After narrowly escaping marriage to a highborn bigot, he takes an assignment in Brighton, leading him to an abandoned abbey full of dark whispers and a sinister secret society, the very one Henry has been investigating for three years. Isabella is as beautiful as she is talented, but falling in love isn't part of her plans. She only wants to paint, forget her painful past, and keep her overbearing mother at bay. But gaining one's independence isn't easy for a woman in 1823, so she embarks on a fake courtship with Sir Henry. Soon, love and a painting career no longer seem so utterly incompatible. But when the man Isabella fears most kidnaps her, all appears lost. Realizing the kidnapper is part of the same organization he is investigating, Henry chases after them. Entrapped in a web of secrets, both Henry and Isabella must face old enemies and fight for their happily ever after.

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Shadows Left Behind: An Historical Mysteries Box Set Audiobook

Shadows Left Behind: An Historical Mysteries Box Set

Author: Josh Lanyon Narrator: Alexander Masters, Kale Williams, Matt Haynes, Max Miller Release Date: July 2021

Six historical mystery novellas including Out of the Blue, The Dark Farewell, This Rough Magic, Snowball in Hell, Slay Ride, and Murder Between the Pages. Out of the Blue – France, 1916. Grieving over the death of his lover, British flying ace Bat Bryant accidentally kills the man threatening him with exposure. The Dark Farewell – Little Egypt, 1922. It’s the Roaring Twenties and Prohibition has hit Little Egypt where newspaper man David Flynn has come to do a follow-up story on the Herrin Massacre. But the massacre isn’t the only news in town. Spiritualist Medium Julian Devereux claims to speak to the dead—and he charges a pretty penny for it. This Rough Magic – San Francisco, 1935. Wealthy playboy Brett Sheridan thinks he knows the score when he hires tough guy private eye Neil Patrick Rafferty to find a priceless stolen folio of Shakespeare’s The Tempest before his marriage to a society heiress is jeopardized. Slay Ride - 1943 Montana. Returning home to Montana after being wounded in the Pacific, Police Chief Robert Garrett was hoping for a little much needed Peace on Earth and Goodwill Toward Man. Instead, he finds himself chasing after a cold-blooded killer on Christmas Day, aided—whether he likes it or not—by eager young reporter Jamie Jameson. Murder Between the Pages – 1948 Massachusetts. Felix Day, author of the Constantine Sphinx mysteries, and Leonard Fuller, author of the Inspector Fez mysteries, are bitter rivals and the best of enemies. Snowball in Hell - 1943 Los Angeles. Just back from the European Theater, reporter Nathan Doyle is asked to cover the murder of a society blackmailer.

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Wyvern: What I know of the IDJITS Murders Audiobook

Wyvern: What I know of the IDJITS Murders

Author: Robert W. Greier Jr Narrator: Robert W. Greier Jr Release Date: June 2021

Clevis Pladstock, a retired guard at the Wyvern Group Home for Boys, is dying. In his final days Clevis relates the facts, as they were, about that double homicide way back on July the Fourth of Nineteen Seventy Six. Within a humorous nature Clevis writes about the home as it was, the two dead bodies, and the fact that the investigation got it all wrong. With details presented by a man whose whole focus is on his eventual demise, and the facts of the case that shaped the second part of his life, the story he weaves will draw you in and show you a world that Clevis knew only to well.

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Regarding the Duke Audiobook

Regarding the Duke

Author: Grace Callaway Narrator: Marian Hussey Release Date: June 2021

A #1 National Historical Romance Bestseller She married him for love. He married her for revenge. Can a marriage that started with lies turn into a love story for all time?  For the eight years of their marriage, Gabriella Garrity has adored her powerful husband Adam, whose moneylending empire has earned him the moniker of Duke of the City. Her domestic bliss is shattered when Adam suffers a traumatic accident that results in amnesia. Gabby dedicates herself to nursing him back to health…until devastating revelations destroy her illusions about their marriage.  From the moment he met lovely redheaded Gabriella, Adam knew that she would make him the perfect wife. Guileless, biddable, and sweetly unaware of her own charms, she also holds the key to his secret plot for vengeance. A self-made man who rose from the darkest streets of London, he values control above all and will stop at nothing to gain his justice—until an accident robs him of his memory. As he fights to remember his past, he comes to a stunning realization: whoever he is, he is passionately in love with his own wife.  Dark secrets emerge from Adam’s past as well as Gabby’s. The lovers struggle to steer a relationship gone off course…only to discover steamy marital adventures they never expected to find. All the while, a deadly villain lies in wait. Will husband and wife find the courage to trust one another and their love—before time runs out?  GAME OF DUKES The Duke Identity Enter the Duke Regarding the Duke The Duke Redemption The Return of the Duke HEART OF ENQUIRY The Duke Who Knew Too Much M is for Marquess The Lady Who Came in from the Cold The Viscount Always Knocks Twice Never Say Never to an Earl The Gentleman Who Loved Me MAYHEM IN MAYFAIR Her Husband's Harlot Her Wanton Wager Her Protector's Pleasure Her Prodigal Passion

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The Spymaster's Brother Audiobook

The Spymaster's Brother

Author: Anna Castle Narrator: Philip Battley Release Date: May 2021

Anthony Bacon returns after thirteen years in France to live in his brother’s house at Gray’s Inn. Though seldom strong enough to leave his rooms, his gouty legs never hinder his agile mind. He’s built the most valuable intelligence service in Europe. Now the Bacon brothers are ready to offer it to the patron with the deepest pockets. Then Francis finds a body lying near Anthony’s coach. The clues inside point to Anthony’s secretary. Worse, the murdered man had been spreading rumors that could destroy Anthony’s reputation. Francis thinks his brother did it. Assistant Thomas Clarady thinks the secretary did it. As they investigate, they hear one story after another about what happened. Which is the truth? Can they sort through the lies before disaster strikes?

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Night Moves Audiobook

Night Moves

Author: Julie Mulhern Narrator: Callie Beaulieu Release Date: May 2021

Spring is in the air, and Ellison Russell has places to go, people to see, bodies to find. Strike that. For once, Ellison doesn't discover the body. When Detective Anarchy Jones investigates a friend's husband's murder, Ellison can't help but get involved. Now she's waist-deep in toxic gossip, struggling with the soaring heights and nocuous lows of her teenager's mood swings, fending off the advances of her first love, planning a wedding, and (of course) tripping over fresh corpses. With her life a whirlwind of conflict, can Ellison unmask a devious killer, or will death poison her future?

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Deadly Travel: A World War II Mystery Audiobook

Deadly Travel: A World War II Mystery

Author: Kate Parker Narrator: Henrietta Meire Release Date: May 2021

Travel to Berlin in 1939 is treacherous. Carrying out two clandestine missions in the enemy capital could prove deadly. When a Quaker Kindertransport chaperone is murdered in the East End of London, Britain’s counterintelligence spymaster tasks Olivia Denis to join the group rescuing children from Nazi Germany. Olivia must find not only a killer, but a traitor relaying sensitive material to the enemy. Once they reach Berlin, Olivia discovers she must rescue the family of an imprisoned British spy before she leaves the next day. An attack convinces Olivia the family’s two young sons are in grave danger, but where to hide them? Can she protect the boys before they become the traitor’s next victims? Filled with historical detail that is both fascinating and chilling DEADLY TRAVEL is the best book I've read all year. Cozy Up with Kathy

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Deadly Darkness: A World War II Mystery Audiobook

Deadly Darkness: A World War II Mystery

Author: Kate Parker Narrator: Henrietta Meire Release Date: May 2021

As Britain prepares for an imminent invasion, the murder of a celebrated Arctic explorer leads to the discovery of a web of Nazi spies on the south coast. July, 1939. Newlywed Olivia Denis Redmond plans to spend a peaceful honeymoon in the country before war rips her soldier husband away. But when she finds a dead body in the midst of a blackout, Olivia is drawn into the investigation. Since the police inspector isn’t interested in clues pointing to espionage and blackmail, Olivia must unlock secrets hidden for years in this idyllic village and face the wrath of an unseen enemy. As danger stalks her, can Olivia expose a cunning killer before she becomes the next victim? Deadly Darkness takes the ominous threat of looming war and combines it with a complex mystery complete with spies, Arctic exploration, and Nazis to make an outstanding atmospheric novel. Cozy Up With Kathy

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Death of a Dissident Audiobook

Death of a Dissident

Author: Stuart M. Kaminsky Narrator: John McLain Release Date: May 2021

In this mystery introducing a hard-boiled Soviet police inspector, 'Kaminsky gets Russia right' (Ed McBain). Aleksander Granovsky has dedicated his life to exposing the brutality of the Russian penal system. In two days he will be tried for the crime of smuggling essays to the West. It is a show trial, and there is no doubt he will be convicted and executed, yet before he dies, he intends to tell the truth one more time. But this is Moscow, where death is never heroic. While writing his final speech in his government flat, Granovsky is surprised by an assassin, who pierces his heart with the point of a rusty scythe. The case is given to Porfiry Rostnikov, a veteran Moscow police inspector with a knack for navigating the labyrinths of Soviet bureaucracy. A bruising bear of a man, whose love of weightlifting and American pizza has left him as squat and powerful as a .38 bullet, Rostnikov may be the toughest cop in Moscow. This winter, his challenge is not just to find the killer, but to survive the investigation, as every question he asks takes him closer to exposing the dark heart of the KGB.

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Black Knight in Red Square Audiobook

Black Knight in Red Square

Author: Stuart M. Kaminsky Narrator: John McLain Release Date: May 2021

A Soviet cop stars in this novel of 'sweaty-palmed suspense . . . Equal parts likeable characters and believable dangers' (The Washington Post Book World). The Moscow Film Festival is in town, and the elite artists of the East and West have convened at the legendary Metropole Hotel to drink, gossip, and flirt. But the party is about to come crashing down. Four men-one American, one Japanese, and two Russians-will all be dead by morning, poisoned. To keep the killings under wraps, the Kremlin hands the investigation over to the famously discreet police investigator Porfiry Rostnikov. A hard-boiled cop with more than three decades' experience navigating the deadly jungle of the Soviet bureaucracy, Rostnikov is about to find himself both in the international spotlight and in the crosshairs of a terrorist, who is targeting foreigners to embarrass the Soviet state and will happily sacrifice any Russian who gets in the way. This Edgar Award-nominated follow-up to Death of a Dissident confirms Stuart Kaminsky's status as 'the Ed McBain of Mother Russia' (Kirkus Reviews).

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Red Chameleon Audiobook

Red Chameleon

Author: Stuart M. Kaminsky Narrator: John McLain Release Date: May 2021

This thrilling crime novel features 'the best cop to come out of the Soviet Union since Martin Cruz Smith's Arkady Renko' (San Francisco Examiner). After a lifetime in service to the Soviet Union, police inspector Porfiry Rostnikov may have found a way out. A high-profile homicide leads him to a cache of documents packed full of incriminating Kremlin gossip, which he uses as a bargaining chip to secure exit visas for himself and his Jewish wife. But just before the deal is concluded, Brezhnev's death sends the nation into turmoil, and makes escape impossible. His career derailed, the veteran cop is reduced to investigating penny-ante murders-one of which may lead somewhere very big indeed. An elderly Jewish man is shot to death in his bathtub by killers who steal nothing but a worthless brass candlestick. And as the brutal Moscow summer wears on, the police find themselves the targets of car thieves and snipers. With the help of his two faithful lieutenants, Karpo and Tkach, Rostnikov needs to find a way to solve these cases and salvage his good name-if it doesn't cost him his life.

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Die upon a Kiss Audiobook

Die upon a Kiss

Author: Barbara Hambly Narrator: Ron Butler Release Date: May 2021

In February 1835, the cold New Orleans streets are alight with masked Mardi Gras revelers as the American Theater's impresario, Lorenzo Belaggio, brings a magnificent yet controversial operatic version of Othello to town. But it's pitch-black in the alley where free man of color Benjamin January hears a slurred whisper, spies the flash of a knife, and is himself wounded as he rescues Belaggio from a vicious attack. Could competition for audiences-or for Belagio's affections-provoke such violent skulduggery? Or is Shakespeare's tragic tale, with its spectacle of a black man's passion for a white beauty, one that some Creole citizen-or American parvenu-would do anything to keep off the stage? The soaring music will lead January into a tangle of love, hate, and greed more treacherous than any onstage drama, as he must discover who is responsible ... and who will Die Upon a Kiss.

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