Audiobooks Narrated by Chris Ciulla

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Her Three Lives Audiobook

Her Three Lives

Author: Cate Holahan Narrator: Chris Ciulla, Kylah Williams Release Date: April 2021

Gaslight goes high-tech in USA Today bestselling author Cate Holahan's new standalone thriller in which a family must determine who the real enemy is after a brutal home invasion breaks their trust in each other. Her public life Jade Thompson has it all. She's an up-and-coming social media influencer, and she has a beautiful new home and a successful architect for a fiancé. But there's trouble behind the scenes. To Greg's children, his divorce from their mother and his new life can only mean a big mid-life crisis. To Jade, his suburban Connecticut upbringing isn't an easy match with her Caribbean roots.   Her private life A savage home invasion leaves Greg house-bound with a traumatic brain injury and glued to the live feeds from his ubiquitous security cameras. As the police investigate the crime and Greg's frustration and rage grows, Jade begins to wonder what he may know about their attackers. And whether they are coming back.   Her secret life As Greg watches Jade's comings and goings, he becomes convinced that her behavior is suspicious and that she's hiding a big secret.  The more he sees, the more he wonders whether the break-in was really a random burglary. And whether he's worth more to Jade if he were dead than alive.  

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The Gift of Hope Audiobook

The Gift of Hope

Author: Kristen Mckanagh Narrator: Chris Ciulla, Joyce Oben Release Date: April 2021

A cheerful giver is twice blessed in this first novel in an Amish series by Kristen McKanagh. Hope Beiler needs Aaron Kanagy's help. She is determined to give her sister a beautiful new bed frame as a wedding present, and Aaron is the best carpenter in Charity Creek. Unfortunately, she can't move past something he said last year…and there's unexplained animosity between their fathers that makes interacting difficult.  Aaron wishes he could spend more time honing his woodworking craft, but his parents need help running their gift shop. When Hope approaches him with a solution that will allow them both to achieve their goals, he accepts. As they work together, Aaron finds himself captivated by Hope, and it becomes easy to picture a lifetime partnership together.   Unfortunately, Hope's already wounded pride means she doesn't give Aaron the answer he expects. At the same time, her father discovers what they've been doing and forbids Hope from seeing the Kanagys anymore. As secrets from the past come to light, will these two strong-willed souls-and their families-learn that pride comes before every fall, but hope helps us rise again?

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The Tyranny of Experts: Economists, Dictators, and the Forgotten Rights of the Poor Audiobook

The Tyranny of Experts: Economists, Dictators, and the Forgotten Rights of the Poor

Author: William Easterly Narrator: Chris Ciulla Release Date: March 2021

In this "bracingly iconoclastic" book (New York Times Book Review), a renowned economics scholar breaks down the fight to end global poverty and the rights that poor individuals have had taken away for generations. In The Tyranny of Experts, renowned economist William Easterly examines our failing efforts to fight global poverty, and argues that the "expert approved" top-down approach to development has not only made little lasting progress, but has proven a convenient rationale for decades of human rights violations perpetrated by colonialists, postcolonial dictators, and US and UK foreign policymakers seeking autocratic allies. Demonstrating how our traditional antipoverty tactics have both trampled the freedom of the world's poor and suppressed a vital debate about alternative approaches to solving poverty, Easterly presents a devastating critique of the blighted record of authoritarian development. In this masterful work, Easterly reveals the fundamental errors inherent in our traditional approach and offers new principles for Western agencies and developing countries alike: principles that, because they are predicated on respect for the rights of poor people, have the power to end global poverty once and for all.

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West Virginia Audiobook

West Virginia

Author: Joe Halstead Narrator: Chris Ciulla Release Date: December 2020

When Jamie Paddock learns of his father's suicide, memories of his childhood in West Virginia come roaring back. One of the few people in his town to ever make it out, Jamie is living in New York City now, developing marketing videos for YouTube, struggling to write and partying a lot, all while suppressing the accent that gives him away. Spurred by an artistic curiosity surrounding his silent and private father, Jamie goes home, staying with his disabled mother and sister in their trailer, conveniently located between two Walmarts. Always poorer than the local coal miners, Jamie's family relies on welfare, but it is the mystery of his father's suicide that will help define Jamie's identity and possibly decide whether he leaves West Virginia for good.

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Video Palace: In Search of the Eyeless Man: Collected Stories Audiobook

Video Palace: In Search of the Eyeless Man: Collected Stories

A collection of chilling stories from the leading writers in horror and suspense exploring elusive urban legends. In the popular podcast Video Palace, Mark Cambria, aided by his girlfriend Tamra Wulff, investigated the origins of a series of esoteric white videotapes. Cambria went missing in pursuit of these tapes, but not before hearing whispers of an ominous figure called the Eyeless Man. Fascinated by the podcast and Cambria's disappearance, Maynard Wills, PhD, a professor of folklore, embarks on his own investigation into the origins of the tapes and the Eyeless Man, who he believes has lurked in the dark corners of media culture and urban legends for at least seventy-five years. As part of his study, he has invited popular writers of horror and gothic fiction to share their own Eyeless Man stories, whether heard around the campfire or experienced themselves. Get swept away in this thrilling and terrifying collection of tales from contributors including: -Bob DeRosa -Meirav Devash and Eddie McNamara -Owl Goingback -Brea Grant -Merrin J. McCormick -Rebekah and David Ian McKendry -Ben Rock -John Skipp -Graham Skipper -Gordon B. White -Tamra Wulff and Mary Phillips-Sandy

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Scrimmage for War: A Story of Pearl Harbor, Football, and World War II Audiobook

Scrimmage for War: A Story of Pearl Harbor, Football, and World War II

Author: Bill Mcwilliams Narrator: Chris Ciulla Release Date: September 2019

In late November 1941, two college football teams—Willamette University and San Jose State—set sail for Honolulu for a series of games with the University of Hawaii. Instead of a festive few weeks of football and fun, the players found themselves caught up in the first days of the United States’ war with Japan. For two weeks after the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, the young men were recruited to dig and man trenches, string barbed wire, guard hotels, and join patrols as martial law took hold in Honolulu. They arrived home on Christmas Day after a dangerous journey back across the Pacific. Almost all of the players would go on to fight in the war. This is a different kind of war story, blending battle and gridiron—along with a strong dose of human interest, of college-aged young men unexpectedly caught up in the world war. This is a story of war and football, of Pearl Harbor and the first moments of the U.S. in World War II. It is a story of the very first days of World War II as experienced by a group of young men who witnessed it firsthand—and would soon be fighting it (indeed, who were already fighting it). This is a story of heroism, courage, self-sacrifice, and duty in the maelstrom of war.

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Elon Musk: A Mission to Save the World Audiobook

Elon Musk: A Mission to Save the World

Author: Anna Crowley Redding Narrator: Chris Ciulla, Emily Lawrence Release Date: July 2019

A riveting YA biography that shows how a once-bullied school boy became an iconic visionary who the New York Times described as 'arguably the most important and successful entrepreneur in the world.' Elon Musk is the visionary behind SpaceX and CEO of the electric car company Tesla. He is working on unique and daring improvements to both public transit and solar energy. And then, there's his highly-publicized plans for colonizing Mars... But behind the mind-blowing headlines and legendary drive is the story of a bullied and beaten school boy, who through creativity and determination decided to rewrite his story and find his own way to make the world a better place. And to do so with a sense of fun and style. From hosting raves to pay for college to re-writing the rules on space travel, Elon Musk has always gone his own way. And now, award-winning investigative journalist, Anna Crowley Redding takes listeners on a well-researched trip through Elon's life and accomplishments.

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Mind Easing: The Three-Layered Healing Plan for Anxiety and Depression Audiobook

Mind Easing: The Three-Layered Healing Plan for Anxiety and Depression

Author: Bick Wanck Narrator: Chris Ciulla Release Date: February 2019

Today more than ever, everyone must be her or his own healer, and this is especially true in the management of anxiety and depression. In the first major conceptual leap in mental health care in forty years, Mind Easing's Three-Layered Healing Plan harmonizes wellness approaches, therapy, and, when needed, medicine into a safe and effective plan tailored to the needs and wishes of the individual. Written by noted psychiatrist Bick Wanck, MD, one of the founders of the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry and an experienced clinician, writer, and educator, Mind Easing shows how to relieve and often resolve anxiety and depression by assisting the mind's natural ability to heal. Along with non-medicinal healing methods, Mind Easing shows how to use psychiatric medicine (if needed) safely and effectively as part of a mindfully constructed healing plan. Because some psychiatric medicines can blunt feelings and dull thinking, they can impede the flow of healing and interfere with the pleasures of living. Mind Easing suggests when and how psychiatric medicines may be stopped when they are counterproductive to healing. Mind Easing presents a comprehensive Three-Layered Healing Plan for anxiety and depression. Some readers will find all they need in Layer One: Enhancement of Healing without needing the help of a professional. Others will benefit from Layer Two: Guidance which describes how psychotherapy, body and energy work, and spiritual guidance may be used to assist healing. Those readers who experience severe anxiety and depression will find helpful information in Layer Three: Restoration of Healing. where Dr. Wanck explains the concepts of 'soft' and 'hard' anxiety and depression. Soft anxiety and depression are generally caused by stressful current life events or past genetically inherited conditions or by physiologic hardening of symptoms resulting from persistent or severe adversity or trauma.

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Unpresidented: A Biography of Donald Trump Audiobook

Unpresidented: A Biography of Donald Trump

Author: Martha Brockenbrough Narrator: Chris Ciulla, Martha Brockenbrough Release Date: December 2018

This program includes an introduction read by the author. A riveting, meticulously researched, and provocative biography of Donald J. Trump from the author of Alexander Hamilton, Revolutionary. Born into a family of privilege and wealth, he was sent to military school at the age of 13. After an unremarkable academic career, he joined the family business in real estate and built his fortune. His personal brand: sex, money and power. From no-holds-barred reality TV star to unlikely candidate, Donald J. Trump rose to the highest political office: President of the United States of America. Learn fascinating details about his personal history, including: -Why Trump's grandfather left Germany and immigrated to America -Why Woodie Guthrie wrote a song criticizing Trump's father -How Trump's romance with Ivana began-and ended -When Trump first declared his interest in running for President Discover the incredible true story of America's 45th President: his questionable political and personal conduct, and his unprecedented rise to power.

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Hitler's American Friends: The Third Reich's Supporters in the United States Audiobook

Hitler's American Friends: The Third Reich's Supporters in the United States

Author: Bradley W. Hart Narrator: Chris Ciulla Release Date: October 2018

Hitler's American Friends by Bradley W. Hart is an audiobook examining the strange terrain of Nazi sympathizers, nonintervention campaigners and other voices in America who advocated on behalf of Nazi Germany in the years before World War II. Americans who remember World War II reminisce about how it brought the country together. The less popular truth behind this warm nostalgia: until the attack on Pearl Harbor, America was deeply, dangerously divided. Bradley W. Hart's Hitler's American Friends exposes the homegrown antagonists who sought to protect and promote Hitler, leave Europeans (and especially European Jews) to fend for themselves, and elevate the Nazi regime. Some of these friends were Americans of German heritage who joined the Bund, whose leadership dreamed of installing a stateside Führer. Some were as bizarre and hair-raising as the Silver Shirt Legion, run by an eccentric who claimed that Hitler fulfilled a religious prophesy. Some were Midwestern Catholics like Father Charles Coughlin, an early right-wing radio star who broadcast anti-Semitic tirades. They were even members of Congress who used their franking privilege-sending mail at cost to American taxpayers-to distribute German propaganda. And celebrity pilot Charles Lindbergh ended up speaking for them all at the America First Committee. We try to tell ourselves it couldn't happen here, but Americans are not immune to the lure of fascism. Hitler's American Friends is a powerful look at how the forces of evil manipulate ordinary people, how we stepped back from the ledge, and the disturbing ease with which we could return to it.

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On the Field with...Tom Brady Audiobook

On the Field with...Tom Brady

Author: Matt Christopher Narrator: Chris Ciulla Release Date: September 2018

Don't miss this action-packed and comprehensive look at the life and achievements of an NFL legend! With more Super Bowl appearances than any other player in NFL history, Tom Brady is a sports icon. From his college days as a backup quarterback at University of Michigan to his record-breaking number of winning seasons with the New England Patriots, this new and comprehensive biography gives fans a firsthand look at the highs and lows of the superstar's life and career, complete with stats and photographs.

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Dear Founder: Letters of Advice for Anyone Who Leads, Manages, or Wants to Start a Business Audiobook

Dear Founder: Letters of Advice for Anyone Who Leads, Manages, or Wants to Start a Business

Author: Carlye Adler, Maynard Webb Narrator: Chris Ciulla Release Date: September 2018

Wise, practical, and profitable letters to entrepreneurs, leaders, managers, and business owners in every field-from a leading executive, investor, and business founder. More than 600,000 new businesses are launched each year. How can a start-up find the funding it needs to survive? When, if at all, should a company go public? How does an entrepreneur build and manage a workplace-and create a lasting legacy? Maynard Webb has helped found, fund, and grow dozens of successful companies, and has driven strategic change at Salesforce, eBay, Everwise, and Visa, among other worldwide corporations. Known for offering savvy insight, encouragement, and a dose of reality in the form of engaging personal letters to a select group of business leaders, Webb now shares his lessons with the rest of America's aspiring entrepreneurs-at any age and stage in their careers-in Dear Founder. Featuring more than eighty inspiring, informative, and instructive letters, Dear Founder is rich with sound advice on an array of business topics, from turning your idea into a reality to building a culture, to reaching key financial goals. This audiobook is an indispensable guide to navigating the realities, risks, and rewards of being your own boss-and founding the company of your dreams.

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