Audiobooks Narrated by Eliza Foss

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  1. The Promise: WINNER OF THE BOOKER PRIZE 2021 Audiobook The Promise: WINNER OF THE BOOKER PRIZE 2021
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  2. Dune Audiobook Dune
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  3. The Christmas Escape Audiobook The Christmas Escape
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  4. Good Vibes, Good Life: How Self-Love Is the Key to Unlocking Your Greatness Audiobook Good Vibes, Good Life: How Self-Love Is the Key to Unlocking Your Greatness
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  5. Empireland: How Imperialism Has Shaped Modern Britain Audiobook Empireland: How Imperialism Has Shaped Modern Britain
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  6. As Good As Dead Audiobook As Good As Dead
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  7. How to Kill Your Family Audiobook How to Kill Your Family
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  8. Never Audiobook Never
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  9. Will: The Sunday Times Bestselling Autobiography Audiobook Will: The Sunday Times Bestselling Autobiography
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  10. Touch of Regret Audiobook Touch of Regret
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212

Author: Alafair Burke Narrator: Eliza Foss Release Date: May 2010

The daughter of legendary author James Lee Burke, Alafair Burke has built a considerable reputation for crafting taut mysteries herself. With 212, this former deputy district attorney pens a haunting tale investigating the terrifying realities of Internet anonymity. When a student is murdered following a series of threatening messages posted on a college gossip site, NYPD detectives Ellie Hatcher and J.J. Rogan are assigned the case. As they dig deeper, however, they discover the victim was only one of many-and the killer isn't finished.

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A Bride for the Island Prince Audiobook

A Bride for the Island Prince

Author: Rebecca Winters Narrator: Eliza Foss Release Date: March 2013

Prince Alexius of Hellenica will do anything to help his four-year-old daughter learn to speak-which is why the intensely reserved and private royal finds himself opening up to bubbly children's speech therapist Dottie Richards. Dottie is a breath of fresh air in the palace, and motherless Zoe blossoms in her care-as does the reluctant attraction Alex feels toward his new employee!Behind her cheerful smiles Dottie guards her own heart fiercely, but it's never been in so much danger as from this cool prince with his dark, molten eyes....

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A Bride for the Island Prince Audiobook

A Bride for the Island Prince

Author: Rebecca Winters Narrator: Eliza Foss Release Date: January 2014

Prince Alexius will do anything to help his four-year-old daughter learn to speak - which is why the intensely reserved royal finds himself opening up to bubbly speech therapist Dottie. She's a breath of fresh air in the palace, and motherless Zoe blossoms in her care - as does the reluctant attraction Alex feels towards his new employee! Rebecca Winters has written almost 50 romance novels and has previously won both the National Readers' Choice Award and the Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Award

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A Lot Like Christmas Audiobook

A Lot Like Christmas

Author: Connie Willis Narrator: Eliza Foss, John Keating, L. J. Ganser, L.J. Ganser, Lori Gardner Release Date: October 2017

Holiday stories and traditions enchantingly reimagined-with an insightfully satirical twist. Featuring five stories new to this collection, plus seven previously published stories, now all collected together for the first time. From the award-winning author of Crosstalk. No one could ask for a better present than a collection of Connie Willis Christmas tales. These are amazing stories, representing all the best of the Connie Willis experience: true Christmas gifts to her many fans. They are full of humor, absurdity, human foibles, tragedy, joy and hope. They both send up and embrace many of the best Christmas traditions, such as the Christmas newsletter, Secret Santas, office parties, holiday pageants, and Christmas dinners (both elaborate and spare). There are ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Yet To Come; debates over which is the best Christmas movie (Connie argues for the original Miracle on 34th Street, hands down); Rockettes; modern-day Magi; and the triumph of generosity over greed.

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A Short History of Women Audiobook

A Short History of Women

Author: Kate Walbert Narrator: Eliza Foss, Kathleen McInerney, Nicola Barber, Paula Parker, Ruth Moore Release Date: April 2010

The novel opens in England in 1915, at the deathbed of Dorothy Townsend, a suffragist and one of the first women to integrate Cambridge University. Her decision to starve herself for the cause informs and echoes in the later, overlapping narratives of her descendants. Among them are her daughter Evie, who becomes a professor of chemistry at Barnard College in the middle of the century and never marries, and her granddaughter Dorothy Townsend Barrett, who focuses her grief over the loss of her son by repeatedly defying the ban on photographing the bodies of dead soldiers returned to Dover Air Force base from Iraq. The contemporary chapters chronicle Dorothy Barrett's girls, both young professionals embarrassed by their mother's activism and baffled when she leaves their father after fifty years of marriage. Walbert deftly explores the ways in which successive generations of women have attempted to articulate what the nineteenth century called "the woman question." Her novel is a moving reflection on the tides of history, and how the lives of our great-grandmothers resonate in our own.

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A Walking Life: Reclaiming Our Health and Our Freedom One Step at a Time Audiobook

A Walking Life: Reclaiming Our Health and Our Freedom One Step at a Time

Author: Antonia Malchik Narrator: Eliza Foss Release Date: May 2019

For readers of On Trails: an incisive, utterly engaging exploration of walking: how it is fundamental to our being human, how we've designed it out of our lives, and how it is essential that we reembrace it 'I'm going for a walk.' How often has this phrase been uttered by someone with a heart full of anger or sorrow? Or as an invitation, a precursor to a declaration of love? Our species and its predecessors have been bipedal walkers for at least six million years; by now, we take this seemingly arbitrary motion for granted. Yet how many of us still really walk in our everyday lives? Driven by a combination of a car-centric culture and an insatiable thirst for productivity and efficiency, we're spending more time sedentary and alone than we ever have before. If bipedal walking is truly what makes our species human, as paleoanthropologists claim, what does it mean that we are designing walking right out of our lives? Antonia Malchik asks essential questions at the center of humanity's evolution and social structures: Who gets to walk, and where? How did we lose the right to walk, and what implications does that have for the strength of our communities, the future of democracy, and the pervasive loneliness of individual lives? The loss of walking as an individual and a community act has the potential to destroy our deepest spiritual connections, our democratic society, our neighborhoods, and our freedom. But we can change the course of our mobility. And we need to. Delving into a wealth of science, history, and anecdote -- from our deepest origins as hominins to our first steps as babies, to universal design and social infrastructure, A Walking Life shows exactly how walking is essential, and how deeply reliant our brains and bodies are on this simple pedestrian act -- and how we can reclaim it.

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Abandoned: A Novel Audiobook

Abandoned: A Novel

Author: Allison Brennan Narrator: Eliza Foss Release Date: August 2018

New York Times bestselling author Allison Brennan weaves the intimate, unpausable story of an investigator confronting the most important--and most dangerous--mystery of her career, in Abandoned Investigative reporter Max Revere has cracked many cases, but the one investigation she's never attempted is the mystery from her own past. Her mother abandoned her when she was nine, sending her periodic postcards, but never returning to reclaim her daughter. Seven years after the postcards stop coming, Martha Revere is declared legally dead, with no sign of what may have happened to her. Until now. With a single clue-that her mother's car disappeared sixteen years ago in a small town on the Chesapeake Bay-Max drops everything to finally seek the truth. As Max investigates, and her mother's story unfolds, she realizes that Martha teamed up with a con man. They traveled the world living off Martha's trust and money they conned from others. Though no one claims to know anything about Martha or her disappearance, Max suspects more than one person is lying. When she learns the FBI has an active investigation into the con man, Max knows she's on the right path. But as Max digs into the dark secrets of this idyllic community, the only thing she might find is the same violent end as her mother.

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Altered State Audiobook

Altered State

Author: Tom Lowe Narrator: Eliza Foss Release Date: August 2021

We have been led to believe that the most private and secure possession we own is our thoughts. What if that isn't true? When police call in forensic psychology professor Elizabeth Monroe to consult in a series of strange murders, for the first time in her stellar career, she's not sure where to begin. Elizabeth sifts through clues that will lead to a psychological profile of the killer. But when the murders are being committed by average people with no criminal history, she must investigate a place where evidence hides. The subconscious mind. Elizabeth discovers a path that will lead to a diabolical scheme bringing her face-to-face with the most calculating criminal mind she has ever encountered.

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Angel's Tip Audiobook

Angel's Tip

Author: Alafair Burke Narrator: Eliza Foss Release Date: November 2008

Alafair Burke writes thrillers that keep readers on the edge of their seats, and as Entertainment Weekly says, she “knows when to drop clues to keep readers at her mercy.” In Angel’s Tip, Detective Ellie Hatcher enters the high-priced world of New York City nightlife when a pretty clubgoer is found brutally murdered. “Be prepared for a knuckle-biting journey that’ll keep you turning pages until the very end.”—Faye Kellerman

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Beat Autoimmune: The 6 Keys to Reverse Your Condition and Reclaim Your Health Audiobook

Beat Autoimmune: The 6 Keys to Reverse Your Condition and Reclaim Your Health

Author: Palmer Kippola Narrator: Eliza Foss Release Date: October 2019

Palmer Kippola is on a mission to make autoimmune disease history. When she was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis at age 19, she began a journey toward healing that resulted in a complete reversal of her symptoms. Now, with the help of leading medical experts, including renowned specialists in immunology and longevity from UCLA and Stanford medical schools, as well as leading practitioners in the field of autoimmunity and functional medicine, Kippola wants to help you find freedom from disease too. This comprehensive book is the first to explore all six of the critical lifestyle factors that are the root causes of autoimmune conditions-and the sources of regaining health: * Discover the foods that can trigger disease as well as healthy solutions to fit your personal nutritional profile *Explore the impact of common, often-undiagnosed infections and ways to optimize your immunity naturally *Learn how gut health is the key to recovery *Gain insight on how hormone imbalances can disrupt healing and how to assess your hormone levels *Eliminate environmental toxins in your home and body, and learn how to live a detox lifestyle *Reduce stress and build resilience Drawing on her own inspiring return to resilient health, as well as the healing stories of a dozen medical doctors and practitioners, plus years of research with autoimmune experts, Palmer Kippola gives readers the tools to beat autoimmune disease-and the hope that relief and healing are possible.

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Behold the Beautiful Dung Beetle Audiobook

Behold the Beautiful Dung Beetle

Author: Cheryl Bardoe Narrator: Eliza Foss Release Date: June 2014

Simple science text and dramatic illustrations give a close-up view of the fascinating world of the dung beetle. When an animal lightens its load, dung beetles race to the scene. They battle over, devour, hoard, and lay their eggs in the precious poop. Dung is food, drink, and fuel for new life--as crucial to these beetles as the beetles are to many habitats, including our own.

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Between the Sheets Audiobook

Between the Sheets

Author: Penthouse Magazine Editors Narrator: Alison Valentine, Eliza Foss, Libby Kimball Release Date: November 2002

Is it any wonder that the world’s number-one writers of erotic fiction have found a home in the world’s number-one magazine of erotic entertainment? Now, from the pages of Penthouse, come thirty-six torrid tales that give new meaning to the words “bedtime stories.” From the lingerie dressing room that’s all about stripping down to the babysitter who picks up a little extra something from the lady of the house, from the woman who holds an entire room in thrall with a single stick of peppermint candy to the indecent encounter between strangers on a London double-decker bus, these are stories that will ignite your imagination and put the sizzle back . . . Between the Sheets.

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