Audiobooks Narrated by Elias Khalil

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  1. Over My Dead Body Audiobook Over My Dead Body
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  2. The Whalebone Theatre: The instant Sunday Times bestseller Audiobook The Whalebone Theatre: The instant Sunday Times bestseller
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  3. Bridgerton: Romancing Mister Bridgerton: Bridgertons Book 4 Audiobook Bridgerton: Romancing Mister Bridgerton: Bridgertons Book 4
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  4. Lapvona Audiobook Lapvona
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  5. You Are Not a Before Picture: How to finally make peace with your body, for good Audiobook You Are Not a Before Picture: How to finally make peace with your body, for good
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  6. Small Giants: Companies That Choose to Be Great Instead of Big, 10th-Anniversary Edition Audiobook Small Giants: Companies That Choose to Be Great Instead of Big, 10th-Anniversary Edition
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  7. The Murders at Fleat House Audiobook The Murders at Fleat House
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  8. Modern Romance: An Investigation Audiobook Modern Romance: An Investigation
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  9. Counterfeit Audiobook Counterfeit
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  10. Richer Than Sin Audiobook Richer Than Sin
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Just Right: How Neutral-Driven Resolution Can Close the Gap in American Civil Justice Audiobook

Just Right: How Neutral-Driven Resolution Can Close the Gap in American Civil Justice

Author: Rob Christopher Narrator: Elias Khalil, Rob Christopher Release Date: March 2022

It’s the dirty little secret of our American civil justice system: Getting real justice in everyday lawsuits costs too much. Legal fees and hidden costs dwarf financial stakes, forcing a choice between frustrating settlement or a long slog through litigation’s due process—either path feeling like legalized extortion. This huge and growing gap in our civil justice system occupies a no-man’s-land of prevailing injustice between small claims and high stakes disputes, defying all efforts to control it for decades. Until now. Legal insider Robert Christopher cuts to the core of the problem, offering an effective and practical solution that exposes and deters the claims of schemers and opportunists while making justice attainable and affordable for honest adversaries seeking a better path. Just Right articulates and promotes a simple and innovative neutral-driven approach to conflict resolution, instead of one driven by competing lawyer teams. Developed using lessons taught over a broad forty-year career in litigation and business, the method—which the author calls NDR—enables people and organizations to avoid most common legal disputes, and, when necessary, resolve them quickly and cost-effectively with minimal stress and distraction. Whether prescribed by contract or invoked during negotiations, the method delivers principled, fast, and cost-effective outcomes to all parties—win or lose. This book is a must read if you are: - Passionate about building and keeping long term relationships with partners, customers, suppliers, contractors, employees, and others - A business owner, executive, entrepreneur, or corporate general counsel - An attorney committed to your clients’ best overall interests and net outcomes - Anyone who wants a fair and practical approach to conflict resolution that delivers real justice while saving everyone time, money, and peace of mind

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Rimrunners [Dramatized Adaptation]: Alliance-Union Universe - The Company Wars 3 Audiobook

Rimrunners [Dramatized Adaptation]: Alliance-Union Universe - The Company Wars 3

'In space the line between patriot and pirate is as thin as a laser. And a lethal battle for power can be as near as your starship's next deck. Loki-mercenary spy ship and bounty hunter. It's the legal arm of the Merchanters' Alliance; but once enlisted, no crew member leaves Loki alive. Bet Yeager-a killer elite Earth Company Marine whose side lost. Now she's forced to escape aboard Loki, surrounded by enemies and hunting her old comrades. Yeager has nowhere to run, nowhere to hide. A single wrong word can give her away. And the fighting skills she must use to survive may be her death warrant. The classic sci-fi series, brought to life with a full cast, sound effects and cinematic music! Performed by Karen Novack, Lise Bruneau, Ryan Reid, Rayner Gabriel, Mark Harrietha, Elias Khalil, Cody Roberts, KenYatta Rogers, Andrew Colford, Darius Johnson, Scott McCormick, Donald Guzzi, Julie Hoverson, Julie-Ann Elliott, Mort Shelby, Rose Elizabeth Supan, Eric Messner, Ryan Haugen, Tyler Hyrchuk, Christopher Graybill, Jacob Yeh, Michael John Casey, Terence Aselford, Steve Wannall, Bradley Foster Smith, Nora Achrati, and Yasmin Tuazon.'

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The Chaos Balance (2 of 2) [Dramatized Adaptation]: The Saga of Recluce 7 Audiobook

The Chaos Balance (2 of 2) [Dramatized Adaptation]: The Saga of Recluce 7

'L.E. Modesitt, Jr.'s The Chaos Balance continues his bestselling fantasy series the Saga of Recluce, which is one of the most popular in contemporary epic fantasy. Nylan, the only man among the matriarchal band of "angels" marooned on the high plateau of Candar. Forced to seek a life elsewhere, Nylan decends into a world of warring kingdoms and strange magics in search of a peaceful life with his wife and infant son. His talents, however, make him a valuable weapon-and so the war between chaos and order begins anew. "An intriguing fantasy in a fascinating world."-Robert Jordan, New York Times bestselling author of The Wheel of Time® series. Performed by Ken Jackson, Christopher Walker, Jessica Lauren Ball, Amanda Forstrom, Joe Mallon, Matthew Pauli, Christopher Graybill, Marni Penning, Mark Harrietha, Terence Aselford, Elias Khalil, Peter Holdway, James Konicek, Adrian Garcia, Chris Stinson, Bradley Foster Smith, Ryan Haugen, Rose Elizabeth Supan, Eric Messner, Richard Rohan, Steve Wannall, Scott McCormick, Michael John Casey, David Zitney, Danny Gavigan, Lydia Kraniotis, Nora Achrati, Yasmin Tuazon, Eva Wilhelm, Nanette Savard, Matthew Schleigh and Mort Shelby.'

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The Bookman [Dramatized Adaptation]: The Bookman Histories 1 Audiobook

The Bookman [Dramatized Adaptation]: The Bookman Histories 1

'In a 19th century unlike our own, the shadowy assassin known as the Bookman moves unseen. His weapons are books; his enemies are many. And when Orphan, a young man with a mysterious past, loses his love to the sinister machinations of the Bookman, Orphan would stop at nothing to bring her back from the dead. In The Bookman, World Fantasy Award winner Lavie Tidhar writes a love letter to books, and to the serial literature of the Victorian era: full of hair-breadth escapes and derring-dos, pirates and automatons, assassins and poets, a world in which real life authors mingle freely with their fictional creations - and where nothing is quite as it seems. Performed by Steve Wannall, Robb Moreira, Terence Aselford, Yasmin Tuazon, John Kielty, Laura C Harris, Stephon Walker, Wyn Delano, Elias Khalil, Rob McFadyen, Steven Carpenter, Christopher Williams, Alejandro Ruiz, Zeke Alton, Mike Ciporkin, Marni Penning, Nanette Savard, Eric Messner, Chris Davenport, Matthew Pauli, Kaylee Eluvian, Colleen Delany, Rayner Gabriel, Nora Achrati, Scott McCormick, Keval Shah, and Bradley Foster Smith.'

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Fasting for Ramadan: Notes from a Spiritual Practice Audiobook

Fasting for Ramadan: Notes from a Spiritual Practice

Author: Kazim Ali Narrator: Elias Khalil Release Date: July 2021

Fasting for Ramadan is structured as a chronicle of daily meditations, during two cycles of the 30-day rite of daytime abstinence required by Ramadan for purgation and prayer. Estranged in certain ways from his family's cultural traditions when he was younger, Ali has in recent years re-embraced the Ramadan ritual, and brings to this rediscovery an extraordinary delicacy of reflection, a powerfully inquiring mind, and the linguistic precision and ardor of a superb poet.

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Marrakech Noir Audiobook

Marrakech Noir

Author: Yassin Adnan Narrator: Elias Khalil Release Date: April 2021

Brand-new stories by: Fouad Laroui, Allal Bourqia, Abdelkader Benali, Mohamed Zouhair, Mohamed Achaari, Hanane Derkaoui, Fatiha Morchid, Mahi Binebine, Mohamed Nedali, Halima Zine El Abidine, My Seddik Rabbaj, Yassin Adnan, Karima Nadir, Taha Adnan, and Lahcen Bakour. From the introduction by Yassin Adnan: 'Despite their variety, these stories remain rooted on Moroccan soil—allowing the contributing authors to bring readers closer to the linguistic, cultural, religious, and ethnic reality of Marrakech, whether Arab, Amazigh, African, or Muslim, as well as its historic Mellah—the Jewish Quarter. 'Here is the capital of tourism, the city of joy and sadness, the city of simple living, the city linked to international capitals through daily flights, the city of the new European community, a winter resort for French retirees, and a refuge for immigrants from sub-Saharan Africa. Marrakech is also known for its sex tourism and a new generation of crimes. All of these aspects of the city are reflected in these stories, no matter how sordid. The authors haven’t written only stories, they have tried to write Marrakech as well. Together their stories present a comprehensive portrait of the city, its sadness, violence, tension, and darkness, without neglecting its joyful spirit.'

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Night of Blood and Beauty: A Companion Novella to The Order of the Crystal Daggers Audiobook

Night of Blood and Beauty: A Companion Novella to The Order of the Crystal Daggers

Author: C. S. Johnson Narrator: Elias Khalil Release Date: March 2021

Long before Amir taught Eleanora the harder truths of life, he learned them as he fell in love with her mother.  CONSTANTINOPLE, 1845  Amir Qureshi knew his life would never be the same the day he met Naděžda Ollerton-Cerná, much to his chagrin. With her sharp wit and brazen charm, Naděžda is as infuriating as she is irresistible, and Amir cannot stop himself from falling in love with her—even though they can never be together.  As an ally to the Order of the Crystal Daggers, under the command of Naděžda’s indomitable mother, Amir knows there is no place for love in the life of a spy.  When they are sent to Constantinople to investigate a missing shipment of weapons, Naděžda’s life is endangered, and Amir races to save her, knowing he cannot deny his heart any longer.  But Amir is not the only one who is keeping secrets ...  Night of Blood and Beauty is a companion novella to The Order of the Crystal Daggers, a historical spy romance series. 

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Beirut Noir Audiobook

Beirut Noir

Author: Imam Humaydan Narrator: Elias Khalil Release Date: January 2021

Featuring brand-new stories by: Rawi Hage, Muhammad Abi Samra, Leila Eid, Hala Kawtharani, Marie Tawk, Bana Baydoun, Hyam Yared, Najwa Barakat, Alawiyeh Sobh, Mazen Zahreddine, Abbas Beydoun, Bachir Hilal, Zena El Khalil, Mazen Maarouf, and Tarek Abi Samra. From the introduction by Iman Humaydan (translated by Michelle Hartman): “Beirut is a city of contradiction and paradox. It is an urban and rural city, one of violence and forgiveness, memory and forgetfulness. Beirut is a city of war and peace. This short story collection is a part of a vibrant, living recovery of Beirut. Beirut Noir recovers the city once again through writing, through the literary visions of its authors . . . “From within this collection of stories, a general attitude toward Beirut emerges: the city is viewed from a position of critique, doubt, disappointment, and despair. The stories here show the vast maze of the city that can’t be found in tourist brochures or nostalgic depictions of Beirut that are completely out of touch with reality. Perhaps this goes without saying in a collection of stories titled Beirut Noir. But the ‘noir’ label here should be viewed from multiple angles, and it takes on many different forms in the stories. No doubt this is because it is imbricated in the distinct moments that Beirut has lived through and how they are depicted in the stories.”

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Escape from Baghdad! Audiobook

Escape from Baghdad!

Author: Saad Z Hossain Narrator: Elias Khalil Release Date: November 2020

Welcome to Baghdad during the US invasion. A desperate American military has created a power vacuum that needs to be filled. Religious fanatics, mercenaries, occultists, and soldiers are all vying for power. So how do regular folks try to get by? If you're Dagr and Kinza, a former economics professor and a streetwise hoodlum, you turn to dealing in the black market. But everything is about to change, because they have inherited a very important prisoner: the star torturer of Hussein's recently collapsed regime, Captain Hamid, who promises them untold riches if they smuggle him out of Baghdad. With the heat on and nothing left for them in Baghdad, they enlist the help of Private Hoffman, their partner in crime and a U.S. Marine. In the chaos of a city without rule, getting out of Baghdad is no easy task and when they become embroiled in a mystery surrounding an ancient watch that doesn't tell time, nothing will ever be the same. With a satiric eye firmly cast on the absurdity of human violence, Escape from Baghdad! features shades of Catch-22 and Three Kings while giving voice, ribald humor, and firepower to to people often referred to as 'collateral damage.'

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The Fire in His Wake Audiobook

The Fire in His Wake

Author: Spencer Wolff Narrator: Elias Khalil Release Date: July 2020

The Fire in His Wake, Spencer Wolff’s exuberant debut novel, tells the story of two men swept up in refugee crises of the twenty-first century: Simon, a young employee at the UNHCR in Morocco, and Arès, a Congolese locksmith left for dead in the wake of ethnic violence. In search of a better future, Arès embarks on an epic journey across northern Africa with Europe as his goal. He reaches Rabat, Morocco, where he joins a desperate community of exiles fighting for survival in a hostile land. While Arès risks everything to make it to Spain, Simon gradually awakens to a subterranean world of violence that threatens his comfortable expat life and fledgling romance with a Moroccan singer. Part colorful portrait of life in the Maghreb, part astonishing tale of hope and perseverance, The Fire in his Wake carries the reader from the inner sanctums of the UN to the hazardous realities faced by the refugees in the streets and on their risky crossings to Europe. When a storm gathers at the UNHCR, and the ghosts of the Congo’s violence surface in Rabat, the two men find themselves on a collision course, setting the stage for the novel’s unforgettable and genre-busting ending. Eye-opening, suspenseful, and full of unexpected humor, Wolff brings his personal experiences as an aid worker to this unforgettable story of two remarkable individuals.

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