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  1. Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man Audiobook Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man
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  2. The Sin Eater Audiobook The Sin Eater
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  3. Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You: A Remix of the National Book Award-winning Stamped from the Be Audiobook Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You: A Remix of the National Book Award-winning Stamped from the Be
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  4. Near Dark: A Thriller Audiobook Near Dark: A Thriller
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  5. Coming Home to Island House Audiobook Coming Home to Island House
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  6. Outsider: A Novel of Suspense Audiobook Outsider: A Novel of Suspense
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  7. What You Wish For: A Novel Audiobook What You Wish For: A Novel
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  8. The Alchemist Audiobook The Alchemist
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  9. Relationship Goals: How to Win at Dating, Marriage, and Sex Audiobook Relationship Goals: How to Win at Dating, Marriage, and Sex
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  10. Tempt Me Audiobook Tempt Me
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You're in Charge, Now What?: The 8 Point Plan Audiobook

You're in Charge, Now What?: The 8 Point Plan

Author: James M. Citrin, Thomas J. Neff Narrator: Eric Conger Release Date: May 2005

Getting a new job or a big promotion is like building a house: You need to get the foundation right for both. With a job, the quick-drying cement is how well you do in your first hundred days, since they establish the foundation for long-term momentum and great performance.Tom Neff and Jim Citrin are two of the world's leading experts on leadership and career success. As key figures at Spencer Stuart (hailed by the Wall Street Journal as the number one brand name in executive search), they must understand the criteria for success when they recruit top executives for new leadership positions. Through compelling, first-hand stories you will hear from people such as Jeffrey Immelt, CEO of GE, on how his career has been a series of successive first hundred days. Larry Summers, president of Harvard University, talks candidly about what he could have done differently in his early days to avoid dissipating goodwill among the diverse constituencies important for his future success. Gary Kusin of Kinko's shares the specifics of the hundred-day action plan he crafted for himself before he started his new job. Paul Pressler of Gap Inc. shows how he developed a general strategic agenda that established fundamental principles and goals, waiting to prepare a more detailed strategic plan until later in his tenure.Tom Neff and Jim Citrin's actionable eight-point plan will be the foundation for your success whether you are moving to a new organization or being promoted showing how to:• Prepare yourself mentally, physically, and emotionally from the time you accept until the time you begin• Manage others' expectations of you bosses, colleagues, and subordinates • Shape and build the team that will work with you• Learn the lay of the land and find out how things really work around here• Communicate your story effectively to people inside and outside the organization • Avoid the top ten traps that confront every new leader, such as disrespecting your predecessor, misreading the true sources of power in the organization, or succumbing to the savior syndromeWhen you start a new job you are in what AOL's Jon Miller calls a temporary state of incompetence, faced with having to do the most when you know the least. But with the eight-point plan of You're in Charge Now What? you'll understand and be able to take action on the patterns that will build your success.Also available as an eBook From the Hardcover edition.

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With My Face to the Enemy: A Civil War Anthology Audiobook

With My Face to the Enemy: A Civil War Anthology

Author: Robert Cowley Narrator: Eric Conger Release Date: March 2001

With My Face to the Enemy is a collection of powerful, insightful essays about the Civil War by some of the most renowned historians in their field. Essayists include: Stephen W. Sears on Stonewall Jackson's last march; James M. McPherson on failed Southern strategies; Joseph T. Glattharr on Ulysses S. Grant at Vicksburg; and Noah Andre Trudeau on the Fort Pillow massacre. Each of these absorbing pieces has appeared in print only once before: in the pages of the award-winning, authoritative MHQ: The Quarterly Journal of Military History. In each issue, MHQ brings the history of warfare and of society to life through vivid narrative accounts of the key events-some well known, some seemingly obscure-that have shaped the world we live in today. Perhaps because it was fought on American soil, pitting brother against brother, friend against friend, freedom against slavery, and states' rights against the principle of union, the Civil War remains a powerful presence in the American imagination. For this reason, With My Face to the Enemy will find a large and appreciative audience, eager to hear what our era's most distinguished historical thinkers and writers have to say about a conflict that still echoes in our hearts and minds to this day.

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Whattaya Mean I Can't Kill 'Em?: A Navy SEAL in Vietnam Audiobook

Whattaya Mean I Can't Kill 'Em?: A Navy SEAL in Vietnam

Author: Jr. Rad Miller, Rad Miller, Jr. Narrator: Eric Conger Release Date: October 2002

"We will be in enemy territory, we will be alone, and we will be a long way from help." A tour in Vietnam as a Frog--a member of the navy's Underwater Demolition Team (UDT)--wasn't challenging enough for Rad Miller. So he spent most of 1968 learning to be a SEAL, completing what is arguably the toughest warrior training in the world. By early 1969, he was back in Vietnam, ready to go deep behind enemy lines with a squad of only seven men. In his unvarnished and brutally candid account, Miller shares the raw, bloody, and courageous daily life of SEALs in Vietnam. Here are unbelievable moments in six months of missions--without a single SEAL KIA--during which his platoon ran ninety-four ops, killed forty-three of the enemy, and captured thirty-one. Stealing into hostile villages, gathering intelligence, killing or kidnapping VC officials, and surviving a tropical hell of mud, heat, leeches, and constant, life-threatening peril, Miller and his teammates undeniably earned their pay. . . .

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West Dickens Avenue: A Marine at Khe Sanh Audiobook

West Dickens Avenue: A Marine at Khe Sanh

Author: John Corbett Narrator: Eric Conger Release Date: February 2004

In January 1968, the 26th Marine Regiment was ordered to a place in the far northwest corner of South Vietnam called Khe Sanh. John Corbett, an untested replacement in a clean, green uniform, and his fellow leathernecks were responsible for building and defending the combat base, and holding positions on the strategic hills overlooking the Ho Chi Minh Trail as it crossed into Laos and South Vietnam from nearby North Vietnam. Only days after Corbett arrived at Khe Sanh, some twenty thousand North Vietnamese soldiers surrounded the base, outnumbering the American Marines seven to one. What followed over the next seventy-seven days became one of the deadliest fights of the Vietnam War-and one of the greatest battles in military history. Private First Class Corbett, an "ammo humper" in an 81mm mortar section, made do with little or no sleep for days on end. The enemy bombarded the base incessantly, and Corbett's mortars returned the fire, day and night. Extremes of heat, cold, and fog added to the misery, as did all manner of wounds and injuries too minor to justify evacuation from frontline positions. The emotional toll was tremendous as the Marines saw their friends suffer and die every day of the siege. Corbett relates these experiences through the eyes of an eighteen year old but with the mind and maturity of a man now in his fifties. His story of life, death, and growing up on the front lines at Khe Sanh speaks for all of the Marines caught up in the epic siege of the Vietnam War.

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Warrior King: The Triumph and Betrayal of an American Commander in Iraq Audiobook

Warrior King: The Triumph and Betrayal of an American Commander in Iraq

Author: Joe Layden, Nathan Sassaman Narrator: Eric Conger Release Date: June 2008

A West Point graduate, a former star quarterback who carried Army to its first bowl victory, and a courageous warrior who had proven himself on the battlefield time and again, Lt. Col. Nathan Sassaman was one of the most celebrated officers in the United States military. Commanding over 800 soldiers in the heart of the insurgency-ravaged Sunni Triangle in Iraq, his unit's job was to seek out and eliminate terrorists and loyalists to Saddam Hussein, while simultaneously rebuilding the region's infrastructure and introducing democratic processes to a broken people. Sassaman's tactics were highly aggressive, his methods innovative, and his success in Iraq nearly unparalleled. Yet Sassaman will always be known for a fateful decision to cover up the alleged drowning of an Iraqi by his men, in which they forced two detainees to jump into the Tigris River. Sassaman's decision led to the downfall of his impressive career and sent shockwaves through the American military. Warrior King is the explosive memoir of one of the most deeply involved members of the U.S. military in Iraq. This is the first audiobook to take readers from the overnight brutality of combat to the daunting daytime humanitarian tasks of rebuilding Iraq to the upper echelons of the Pentagon to show how and why the war has gone horribly wrong.

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Victory - Volume 5 Audiobook

Victory - Volume 5

Author: Dean Ing, James H. Cobb Narrator: Eric Conger, Ron McLarty Release Date: September 2003

From the New York Times bestselling editor of Combat, Victory: Volume Five includes Hangar Rat by Dean Ing and Eyes of the Cat by James Cobb. A stirring tribute to the Greatest Generation of Americans, Victory brings together the finest military fiction writers in the world with short novels of courage, skill, daring, and sacrifice. Here you will meet the men and women who fought and won World War II and truly made the world safe for democracy, in thrilling stories of war as it really was fought. An exciting sequel to Stephen Coonts' bestselling Combat, Victory brings together today's greatest military, espionage, and technothriller writers in all-original, thrilling tales of World War II-great short novels that range from the home front to the battlefields of Europe to the depths of the Pacific Ocean.

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Victory - Volume 4 Audiobook

Victory - Volume 4

Author: Barrett Tillman, Stephen Coonts Narrator: Eric Conger, Ron McLarty Release Date: September 2003

From the New York Times bestselling editor of Combat, Victory: Volume Four includes Blood Bond by Harold Robbins and Flame at Tawara by Barrett Tillman. A stirring tribute to the Greatest Generation of Americans, Victory brings together the finest military fiction writers in the world with short novels of courage, skill, daring, and sacrifice. Here you will meet the men and women who fought and won World War II and truly made the world safe for democracy, in thrilling stories of war as it really was fought. An exciting sequel to Stephen Coonts' bestselling Combat, Victory brings together today's greatest military, espionage, and technothriller writers in all-original, thrilling tales of World War II-great short novels that range from the home front to the battlefields of Europe to the depths of the Pacific Ocean.

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Victory - Volume 2: Into the Fire Audiobook

Victory - Volume 2: Into the Fire

Author: David Hagberg, Ralph Peters, Stephen Coonts Narrator: Eric Conger, Ron McLarty Release Date: May 2003

Victory: Volume Two Foreword by Stephen Coonts Honor by Ralph Peters V5 by David Hagberg From The New York Times bestselling editor of Combat A stirring tribute to the Greatest Generation of Americans, Victory brings together the finest military fiction writers in the world with short novels of courage, skill, daring, and sacrifice. Here you will meet the men and women who fought and won World War II, in thrilling stories of war as it was really fought. An exciting sequel to the bestselling Combat, Victory brings together today's greatest military, espionage, and technothriller writers in all-original, thrilling tales of World War II--great short novels that range from the home front to the battlefields of Europe to the depths of the Pacific. Join Coonts, Ralph Peters, Harold Coyle, David Hagberg, Jim DeFelice, and R. J. Pineiro, in works filled with nonstop action.

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Victory - Volume 1: Call to Arms Audiobook

Victory - Volume 1: Call to Arms

Author: Jim DeFelice, Stephen Coonts Narrator: Eric Conger, Ron McLarty Release Date: May 2003

Victory: Volume One Foreword by Stephen Coonts The Sea Witch by Stephen Coonts Wolf Flight by Jim DeFelice From The New York Times bestselling editor of Combat A stirring tribute to the Greatest Generation of Americans, Victory brings together the finest military fiction writers in the world with short novels of courage, skill, daring, and sacrifice. Here you will meet the men and women who fought and won World War II, in thrilling stories of war as it was really fought. An exciting sequel to the bestselling Combat, Victory brings together today's greatest military, espionage, and technothriller writers in all-original, thrilling tales of World War II--great short novels that range from the home front to the battlefields of Europe to the depths of the Pacific. Join Coonts, Ralph Peters, Harold Coyle, David Hagberg, Jim DeFelice, and R. J. Pineiro, in works filled with nonstop action.

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To Try Men's Souls: A Novel of George Washington and the Fight for American Freedom Audiobook

To Try Men's Souls: A Novel of George Washington and the Fight for American Freedom

After two bestselling series examining the Civil War and WWII, Newt Gingrich and William R. Forstchen have turned their sharp eye for detail on the Revolutionary War. Their story follows three men with three very different roles to play in history: General George Washington, Thomas Paine, and Jonathan Van Dorn, a private in Washington’s army. The action focuses on one of the most iconic events in American history: Washington cross - ing the Delaware. Unlike the bold, courageous General in Emanuel Leutze’s painting, Washington is full of doubt on the night of December 25, 1776. After five months of defeat, morale is dangerously low. Each morning muster shows that hundreds have deserted in the night. While Washington prepares his weary troops for the attack on Trenton, Thomas Paine is in Philadelphia, overseeing the printing of his newest pamphlet, The Crisis. And Jonathan Van Dorn is about to bring the war to his own doorstep. In the heat of battle, he must decide between staying loyal to the cause and sparing his brother who has joined up with the British. Through the thoughts and private fears of these three men, Gingrich and Forstchen illu minate the darkest days of the Revolution. With detailed research and an incredible depth of military insight, this novel provides a rare and personal perspective of the men who fought for, and founded the United States of America.

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The Testament Audiobook

The Testament

Author: Eric Van Lustbader Narrator: Eric Conger Release Date: September 2006

Braverman Shaw-Bravo to his friends-always knew his father had secrets. But not until Dexter Shaw dies does Bravo discover that his father belonged to the Order of Gnostic Observatines, a hidden sect long believed to be extinct. For centuries, the Order has guarded a lost Testament that could shake Christianity to its foundations. Dexter Shaw was the latest Keeper of the Testament-and Bravo is his chosen successor. To find the Testament, Bravo, a medieval scholar and cryptanalyst, must follow the clues his father left behind. His companion in this quest is Jenny Logan, a woman he barely knows. Jenny is a Guardian, assigned by the Order to protect Bravo, or so she claims. Bravo soon learns that he can trust no one where the Testament is concerned, perhaps not even Jenny....

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The Reagan Diaries Extended Selections Audiobook

The Reagan Diaries Extended Selections

Author: Ronald Reagan Narrator: Eric Conger Release Date: June 2007

During his two terms as the 40th President of the United States, Ronald Reagan kept a daily diary in which he recorded, by hand, his innermost thoughts and observations on the extraordinary, the historic, and the routine day-to-day occurrences of his presidency. Now, nearly two decades after he left office, this remarkable record, the only daily Presidential diary in American history, is available for the first time. Edited by historian Douglas Brinkley, The Reagan Diaries provides a striking insight into one of this nation's most important presidencies and sheds new light on the character of a true American leader. Whether he was in his White House residence study or aboard Air Force One, each night Reagan wrote about the events of his day, which often included his relationships with other world leaders and the unforgettable moments that defined the era. Seldom before has the American public been given access to the unfiltered experiences and opinions of a President in his own words. To read these diaries, filled with Reagan's trademark wit, sharp intelligence, and humor, is to gain a unique understanding of one of the most beloved occupants of the Oval Office in our nation's history.

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