Audiobooks Narrated by Graham Winton

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  1. The Promise: WINNER OF THE BOOKER PRIZE 2021 Audiobook The Promise: WINNER OF THE BOOKER PRIZE 2021
  2. Dune Audiobook Dune
  3. The Christmas Escape Audiobook The Christmas Escape
  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
  5. Empireland: How Imperialism Has Shaped Modern Britain Audiobook Empireland: How Imperialism Has Shaped Modern Britain
  6. As Good As Dead Audiobook As Good As Dead
  7. How to Kill Your Family Audiobook How to Kill Your Family
  8. Never Audiobook Never
  9. Will: The Sunday Times Bestselling Autobiography Audiobook Will: The Sunday Times Bestselling Autobiography
  10. Touch of Regret Audiobook Touch of Regret
Fall in Love, Have Children, Stay Put, Save the Planet, Be Happy Audiobook

Fall in Love, Have Children, Stay Put, Save the Planet, Be Happy

Author: Frank Schaeffer Narrator: Graham Winton Release Date: November 2021

Bestselling author Frank Schaeffer offers a passionate political, social, and lifestyle 'blueprint' for changes millions of us know are needed to rebalance our work lives with thriving relationships: Fall in Love, Have Children, Stay Put, Save the Planet, Be Happy. Even before everything was disrupted by COVID-19 (not to mention by Trump), millions of Americans were already questioning capitalism's 'values.' We were already challenging the idea that your job defines you. We already knew something was wrong. Loneliness, frustration, and alienation were already on the rise. Even the most successful of us felt too busy, too preoccupied, and too distracted to enjoy what we intuitively know are life's greatest rewards: vibrant relationships, family life, connection to others, involvement in our community, and the thrilling experience of love. Fall in Love ... builds a well-researched and entertaining bridge to living happier lives and to a better future. It shows us that based on a better understanding of our evolutionary selves, we can thrive in family life and in our work life, too. But to do both joyfully-and at the same time-depends on rediscovering the priority of relationships, connections, community, and love.

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The Mayo Clinic: Faith, Hope, Science Audiobook

The Mayo Clinic: Faith, Hope, Science

Author: David Blistein, Ken Burns Narrator: Graham Winton Release Date: November 2021

On September 30, 1889, W.W. Mayo and his sons Will and Charlie performed the very first operation at a brand-new Catholic hospital in Rochester, Minnesota. It was called Saint Marys. The hospital arose out of the devastation of a tornado that had struck the town six years earlier. After the storm, Mother Alfred Moes of the Sisters of Saint Francis told the Mayos that she had a vision of building a hospital that would "become world renowned for its medical arts." Based on the film by acclaimed documentary filmmaker Ken Burns, The Mayo Clinic: Faith, Hope, Science chronicles the history of this unique organization, from its roots as an unlikely partnership between a country doctor and a Franciscan order of nuns to its position today as a worldwide model for patient care, research, and education. Featuring more than 400 compelling archival and modern images in a supplemental PDF, as well as the complete script from the film, the book demonstrates how the institution's remarkable 150-year history continues to inspire the way medicine is practiced there today. In addition, a series of case studies reveals patients, doctors, and nurses in their most private moments as together they face difficult diagnoses and embark on uncertain treatments. The film and this companion book tell the story of an organization that has managed to stay true to its primary value-the needs of the patient come first. Together, they make an important contribution to the critical discussions about the delivery of health care today in America ... and the world.

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Mayo Clinic 5 Steps to Controlling High Blood Pressure: Your Personal Guide to Preventing and Managi Audiobook

Mayo Clinic 5 Steps to Controlling High Blood Pressure: Your Personal Guide to Preventing and Managi

Author: Sheldon Sheps Narrator: Graham Winton Release Date: November 2021

Add years to your life by preventing and managing hypertension High blood pressure is called a "silent killer" because it develops with no signs or symptoms. You may not know that you have high blood pressure until it has caused serious damage. But there's good news: You can take charge of your blood pressure. This book offers many important details about high blood pressure, including how it develops, what puts you at risk, how it's diagnosed and treated, and how to reduce your risk of conditions associated with it. You'll also get the latest updates on issues related to women, children and special at-risk populations. With the five steps outlined in this book and the help of your health care team, you can live a longer, healthier life.

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The Kill Box Audiobook

The Kill Box

Author: H. Ripley Rawlings Narrator: Graham Winton Release Date: October 2021

The United States has been invaded. The Russians have seized control. Now US Marine hero Tyce Asher has one final mission-to make America free again-in this explosive series from Lt. Col. Hunter "Rip" Ripley Rawlings IV ... THE CITIES HAVE FALLEN. America is under new management. Russian forces have occupied both coasts. They are taking our weapons, pillaging our resources, and destroying our nation. Those who resist are swiftly punished. Those who revolt are savagely killed ... THE HEARTLAND FIGHTS BACK. Marine Corp officer Tyce Asher is a lone wolf patriot who will never surrender. He's assembled a ragtag team of long-haul truckers and citizen soldiers willing to die for their freedoms. Their network has learned that the invaders are planning to seize cargo that will bring America to its knees-and a sadistic Russian has marked Asher for death. There is only one way to stop them: Asher and his team must meet the enemy face-to-face-and enter the Kill Box ...

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Revolutionary Surgeons: Patriots and Loyalists on the Cutting Edge Audiobook

Revolutionary Surgeons: Patriots and Loyalists on the Cutting Edge

Author: Per-Olof Hasselgren Narrator: Graham Winton Release Date: October 2021

Revolutionary Surgeons offers an integrated picture of surgeons as political and military leaders of the American Revolution. Prominent surgeons participated in political activities that ultimately resulted in the breakaway of the colonies from Britain. Surgeons were members of the Sons of Liberty and other groups opposing Acts imposed on the colonies by Parliament. Similar to other groups in society, surgeons were split in their view of the growing opposition against the English rule of the American colonies and the wish to create an independent nation. Even with different opinions of the revolution, Loyalists and Patriots were often able to get along and live peacefully in the same communities. Surgery underwent dramatic developments during the 1700s. Although anesthesia was still a century in the future, surgeons performed extensive procedures, including laparotomies (opening of the abdomen) for tumors, mastectomies for cancerous growths, amputations of the leg above or below the knee, and cutting for the stone (removal of bladder stones). An increased understanding of human anatomy was one reason why surgeons kept moving the boundaries of what was considered possible. With no anesthesia, patients' screams from pain and horror were unimaginable. Many patients died from shock on the operating table or from postoperative bleedings and infections. Stories about surgeons as leaders of the American Revolution and about their heroic surgical procedures provide for an exciting read.

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Live Younger Longer: 6 Steps to Prevent Heart Disease, Cancer, Alzheimer's and More Audiobook

Live Younger Longer: 6 Steps to Prevent Heart Disease, Cancer, Alzheimer's and More

Author: Stephen Kopecky Narrator: Graham Winton Release Date: September 2021

Do you want to live longer? Chances are, your answer is a resounding yes!But is living longer enough? Most of us also want to live well-to enjoy the good health, vitality and happiness of our younger years all the way into our later years. How do we do that? Live Younger Longer outlines six steps to preserving the essential characteristics of youth while also fighting disease and extending life. You don't need to make big life changes or summon depths of willpower; in fact, evidence indicates these tactics really aren't that effective. What you need instead is an open mind, some creativity and a commitment to living your life at its fullest. As a two-time cancer survivor, Dr. Kopecky has dedicated himself to discovering what it is that will keep him alive and healthy for as long as possible. In this book, he shares what he's learned-through research, care for his patients and his own experiences. Dr. Kopecky invites you to join him on his journey of exploration as he discovers what really matters for health and longevity. In this book, Dr. Kopecky offers his insights on: • The best foods to eat and why • Getting the most fitness in the least amount of time • Why sleep habits matter • The dangers of stress and what to do about it

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The Cause: The American Revolution and its Discontents, 1773-1783 Audiobook

The Cause: The American Revolution and its Discontents, 1773-1783

Author: Joseph J. Ellis Narrator: Graham Winton Release Date: September 2021

In one of the most "exciting and engaging" (Gordon S. Wood) histories of the American founding in decades, Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Joseph J. Ellis offers an epic account of the origins and clashing ideologies of America's revolutionary era, recovering a war more brutal, and more disorienting, than any in our history, save perhaps the Civil War. For more than two centuries, historians have debated the history of the American Revolution, disputing its roots, its provenance, and above all, its meaning. These questions have intrigued Ellis-one of our most celebrated scholars of American history-throughout his entire career. With this much-anticipated volume, he at last brings the story of the revolution to vivid life, with "surprising relevance" (Susan Dunn) for our modern era. Completing a trilogy of books that began with Founding Brothers, The Cause returns us to the very heart of the American founding, telling the military and political story of the war for independence from the ground up, and from all sides: British and American, loyalist and patriot, white and Black. Taking us from the end of the Seven Years' War to 1783, and drawing on a wealth of previously untapped sources, The Cause interweaves action-packed tales of North American military campaigns with parlor-room schemes and chicanery, creating a thrilling narrative that brings together a cast of familiar and long-forgotten characters. Here Ellis recovers the stories of Catharine Littlefield Greene, wife of Major General Nathanael Greene, the sister among the "band of brothers"; Thayendanegea, a Mohawk chief known to the colonists as Joseph Brant, who led the Iroquois Confederation against the Patriots; and Harry Washington, the enslaved namesake of George Washington, who escaped Mount Vernon to join the British Army and fight against his former master. Countering popular histories that romanticize the "Spirit of '76," Ellis demonstrates that the rebels fought under the mantle of "The Cause," a mutable, conveniently ambiguous principle that afforded an umbrella under which different, and often conflicting, convictions and goals could coexist. Neither an American nation nor a viable government existed at the end of the war. In fact, one revolutionary legacy regarded the creation of such a nation, or any robust expression of government power, as the ultimate betrayal of The Cause. This legacy alone rendered any effective response to the twin tragedies of the founding-slavery and the Native American dilemma-problematic at best. Written with the vivid and muscular prose for which Ellis is known, and with characteristically trenchant insight, The Cause marks the culmination of a lifetime of engagement with the founding era. A landmark work of narrative history, it challenges the story we have long told ourselves about our origins as a people, and as a nation.

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Santa's Sweetheart Audiobook

Santa's Sweetheart

Author: Janet Dailey Narrator: Graham Winton Release Date: September 2021

Love is the only cure for the holiday blues... Sheriff Sam Delaney is shouldering a lot as the lone lawman in the small Texas town of Branding Iron-and the widowed single father of six-year-old Maggie. Especially since Maggie's determined that what her daddy needs this holiday season is a girlfriend. Suddenly Sam is hustled off to a meeting with Maggie's schoolteacher-and surprised to discover the demure Grace Chapman is unexpectedly alluring. Then he's roped into playing Santa at the annual Christmas ball, with the pretty Miss Grace by his side. It's enough to make Sam even grumpier than usual-if not for the feelings sweet Grace stirs up inside... Grace only wants to heal after her broken engagement. So why is she so charmed by the slow smile-and the surprising tenderness-of the town's sheriff? Maybe because Grace is discovering that beneath Sam's gruff exterior lies a heart as big as Texas, especially when it comes to the women in his life-like little Maggie. And now her... Which only has Grace hoping she'll be Santa's sweetheart for many seasons to come...

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Putting It Together: How Stephen Sondheim and I Created Sunday in the Park with George Audiobook

Putting It Together: How Stephen Sondheim and I Created Sunday in the Park with George

Putting It Together chronicles the two-year odyssey of creating the iconic Broadway musical Sunday in the Park with George. In 1982, James Lapine, at the beginning of his career as a playwright and director, met Stephen Sondheim, nineteen years his senior and already a legendary Broadway composer and lyricist. Shortly thereafter, the two decided to write a musical inspired by Georges Seurat's nineteenth-century painting A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte. Through conversations between Lapine and Sondheim, as well as most of the production team, the two Broadway icons lift the curtain on their beloved musical. Putting It Together is a deeply personal remembrance of their collaboration and friendship and the highs and lows of that journey, one that resulted in the Pulitzer Prize-winning classic.

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Whiplash Audiobook


Author: Janet Dailey Narrator: Graham Winton Release Date: August 2021

From New York Times bestselling author Janet Dailey comes the latest Champions novel, set on the Alamo Canyon Ranch, where a legacy bull rearing operation is run by three sisters-women who aren't afraid to compete in a man's world, or to take on something as wild as love-and win. When Val Champion returns to the family ranch, she's ready to put her past behind her. Her dreams of a Hollywood acting career have become a nightmare of fear. But once she sees rodeo man Casey Bozeman facing down a bull in the arena, she knows she's no safer at home. Face to face with her first and only true love, Val can't deny her still powerful feelings for Casey. Feelings she can never act on again ... Val's the one who got away, the woman who broke his heart so hard he still feels the sting. But there's no denying Casey's still drawn to the fiery beauty. And there's no way he can stand by when the high stakes Professional Bull Riding finals in Vegas bring out the danger Val's been running from. Suddenly the rugged cowboy is willing to risk it all for her once more, even if it means facing down those secrets lurking in her unforgettable eyes ....

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American Republics: A Continental History of the United States 1783-1850 Audiobook

American Republics: A Continental History of the United States 1783-1850

Author: Alan Taylor Narrator: Graham Winton Release Date: May 2021

From a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian, the powerful story of a fragile nation as it expands across a contested continent. In this beautifully written history of America's formative period, a preeminent historian upends the traditional story of a young nation confidently marching to its continent-spanning destiny. The newly constituted United States actually emerged as a fragile, internally divided union of states contending still with European empires and other independent republics on the North American continent. Native peoples sought to defend their homelands from the flood of American settlers through strategic alliances with the other continental powers. The system of American slavery grew increasingly powerful and expansive, its vigorous internal trade in Black Americans separating parents and children, husbands and wives. Bitter party divisions pitted elites favoring strong government against those, like Andrew Jackson, espousing a democratic populism for white men. Violence was both routine and organized: the United States invaded Canada, Florida, Texas, and much of Mexico, and forcibly removed most of the Native peoples living east of the Mississippi. At the end of the period the United States, its conquered territory reaching the Pacific, remained internally divided, with sectional animosities over slavery growing more intense. Taylor's elegant history of this tumultuous period offers indelible miniatures of key characters from Frederick Douglass and Sojourner Truth to Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Margaret Fuller. It captures the high-stakes political drama as Jackson and Adams, Clay, Calhoun, and Webster contend over slavery, the economy, Indian removal, and national expansion. A ground-level account of American industrialization conveys the everyday lives of factory workers and immigrant families. And the immersive narrative puts us on the streets of Port-au-Prince, Mexico City, Quebec, and the Cherokee capital, New Echota. Absorbing and chilling, American Republics illuminates the continuities between our own social and political divisions and the events of this formative period.

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To All Who Call in Truth Audiobook

To All Who Call in Truth

Author: Michael B. Oren Narrator: Graham Winton Release Date: May 2021

In Michael Oren's beautifully rendered novel, an unsuspecting coach and guidance counselor gets drawn into an illicit relationship and a macabre murder mystery in 1970s suburbia. Sandy Cooper lives an uneventful life as a guidance counselor and coach in a suburban junior high school. Uneventful, that is, until a word of advice to a troubled student embroils him in a forbidden relationship and the exposure of a twisted murder. In this compulsively readable novel reminiscent of Philip Roth's American Pastoral, Michael Oren evokes a time of racial, political, and social turmoil in the 1970s.

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