Audiobooks Narrated by James Gillies

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Avarice Audiobook


Author: Pete Brassett Narrator: James Gillies Release Date: March 2018

When a body is found in a remote Scottish glen, DI Munro comes out of retirement to investigate. The Police chief wants everything wrapped up before the upcoming regatta, but the locals are remarkably unforthcoming with helpful information. Sassy and quick, London detective sergeant Charlotte West is roped in by DI Munro to help solve what is now a murder case. It is good police work that will unravel the truth behind the crime, but not without ruffling a few feathers first. Will the killer escape the sharp-witted detectives' grasp?

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Care to Die (Inspector Jim Carruthers Book 2) Audiobook

Care to Die (Inspector Jim Carruthers Book 2)

Author: Tana Collins Narrator: James Gillies Release Date: January 2018

A man is discovered stabbed to death in a nature reserve, a ball of cloth rammed in his throat. When a second body is found, Carruthers is convinced that the reason for the deaths lies in the past. But how is the historical disappearance of a boy, the murder of a former journalist and a bitter dispute about a nature reserve connected? Are they hunting for one killer... or more?

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Code Name Madeleine: A Sufi Spy in Nazi-Occupied Paris Audiobook

Code Name Madeleine: A Sufi Spy in Nazi-Occupied Paris

Author: Arthur J. Magida Narrator: James Gillies Release Date: June 2020

The captivating story of the valiant Noor Inayat Khan, daughter of an Indian Sufi mystic and unlikely World War II heroine. Raised in a lush suburb of 1920s Paris, Noor Inayat Khan was an introspective musician and writer, dedicated to her family and to her fathers spiritual values of harmony, beauty, and tolerance. She did not seem destined for wartime heroism. Yet, faced with the evils of Nazi violence and the German occupation of France, Noor joined the British Special Operations Executive and trained in espionage, sabotage, and reconnaissance. She returned to Paris under an assumed identity immediately before the Germans mopped up the Allies largest communications network in France. For crucial months of the war, Noor was the only wireless operator there sending critical information to London, significantly aiding the success of the Allied landing on D-Day. Code-named Madeleine, she became a high-value target for the Gestapo. When she was eventually captured, Noor attempted two daring escapes before she was sent to Dachau and killed just months before the end of the war. Carefully distilled from dozens of interviews, newly discovered manuscripts, official documents, and personal letters, Code Name Madeleine is both a compelling, deeply researched history and a thrilling tribute to Noor Inayat Khan, whose courage and faith guided her through the most brutal regime in history.

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Convinced!: How to Prove Your Competence & Win People Over Audiobook

Convinced!: How to Prove Your Competence & Win People Over

Author: Jack Nasher Narrator: James Gillies Release Date: November 2018

Competence does not speak for itself! You can't simply display it; you have to draw people's attention to it. World-renowned negotiation and deception detection expert, business professor, and mentalist Jack Nasher offers effective, proven techniques to convince others that we are talented, trustworthy, and yes, even brilliant. Nasher offers the example of Joshua Bell, possibly the world's most famous violinist. In January 2007, at rush hour, he stepped into a Washington, DC, subway station, dressed like any street busker, and began to play a $4,000,000 Stradivarius. It was part of an experiment staged by a journalist of the Washington Post, who expected Bell's skill alone to attract an immense, awed crowd. But Bell was generally ignored, and when he stopped, nobody applauded. He made $34.17. The good news is that you don't have to accept obscurity: you can positively affect others' perception of your talent. Whether you're looking for work, giving an important presentation, seeking clients or customers for your business, or vying for a promotion, Nasher explains how to use techniques such as expectation management, verbal and nonverbal communication, the Halo Effect, competence framing, and the power of nonconformity to gain control of how others perceive you. Competence is the most highly valued professional trait. But it's not enough to be competent, you have to convey your competence. With Nasher's help you can showcase your expertise, receive the recognition you deserve, and achieve lasting success.

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Corporate Crime and Punishment: The Crisis of Underenforcement Audiobook

Corporate Crime and Punishment: The Crisis of Underenforcement

Author: John C. Coffee Narrator: James Gillies, John C. Coffee Release Date: August 2020

“Professor Coffee's compelling new approach to holding fraudsters to account is indispensable reading for any lawmaker serious about deterring corporate crime.” —Robert Jackson, former Commissioner, Securities and Exchange Commission In the early 2000s, federal enforcement efforts sent white collar criminals at Enron and WorldCom to prison. But since the 2008 financial collapse, this famously hasn't happened. Corporations have been permitted to enter into deferred prosecution agreements and avoid criminal convictions, in part due to a mistaken assumption that leniency would encourage cooperation and because enforcement agencies don't have the funding or staff to pursue lengthy prosecutions, says distinguished Columbia Law Professor John C. Coffee. “We are moving from a system of justice for organizational crime that mixed carrots and sticks to one that is all carrots and no sticks,” he says. He offers a series of bold proposals for ensuring that corporate malfeasance can once again be punished. For example, he describes incentives that could be offered to both corporate executives to turn in their corporations and to corporations to turn in their executives, allowing prosecutors to play them off against each other. Whistleblowers should be offered cash bounties to come forward because, Coffee writes, “it is easier and cheaper to buy information than seek to discover it in adversarial proceedings.” All federal enforcement agencies should be able to hire outside counsel on a contingency fee basis, which would cost the public nothing and provide access to discovery and litigation expertise the agencies don't have. Through these and other equally controversial ideas, Coffee intends to rebalance the scales of justice.

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Duplicity Audiobook


Author: Pete Brassett Narrator: James Gillies Release Date: November 2017

A businessman disappears, last seen by old friends. DI Munro must cut through a densely-woven web of deceit to find out who killed him, and why. Two families have been friends for years, but resentment simmers under the surface. Despite those who are protecting their own interests, the culprit is found - leading to a wider investigation that takes them to Oslo, deep into the past of a troubled Polish man...

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Enmity Audiobook


Author: Pete Brassett Narrator: James Gillies Release Date: January 2018

A serial killer is framing innocent people. When a young woman is found murdered in her flat, CCTV identifies a suspect. But when he is brought in for questioning, his willingness to cooperate with Munro and West raises doubts about his guilt. When another body turns up, he falls under suspicion once more. But with him off the radar, they must follow a new line of investigation...

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Face It: Facial Disfigurement and My Fight For Face Equality Audiobook

Face It: Facial Disfigurement and My Fight For Face Equality

Author: James Partridge Narrator: James Gillies Release Date: July 2020

James Partridge was eighteen years old in 1977 when his face and body were severely burned in a car accident. Refusing to succumb to society's expectations, James chose not to hide in the shadows, but to succeed despite his distinctive face and live a happy and hugely successful life, both personally and professionally. Face It tells the story of James's recovery and the work he has done ever since to support others with physical differences to cope with the isolation and discrimination they so often face. It is also a manifesto for change: for how others who look different can take control of their destinies, and how the world can accept, respect and value people with facial differences without resorting to stereotypes and stigma, despite the psychological, cultural and social barriers that so often stand in the way. James's infectious positivity in the face of adversity cannot fail to inspire. In a world where looking perfect is seen as the key to success and happiness, this is a joyous, celebratory book that looks prejudice in the eye and refuses to blink.

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Fortune's Child: A Novel of Empress Theodora Audiobook

Fortune's Child: A Novel of Empress Theodora

Author: James Conroyd Martin Narrator: James Gillies Release Date: April 2021

KIRKUS REVIEWS: 'A meticulously researched historical account presented in the form of a thrilling political drama.'GRAND PRIZE ~ Best Book, Chanticleer International Book Awards Theodora: actress, prostitute, mistress, feminist. And Byzantine Empress of the Roman world. Stephen: handsome Syrian boy, wizard's apprentice, palace eunuch. And Secretary to the Empress. How does this unlikely pair become such allies that one day Empress Theodora asks Stephen to write her biography? From a very young age, Theodora, daughter of a circus bear keeper in Constantinople, sets her sights well above her station in life. Her exquisite beauty sets her apart on stages and in the eyes of men. Stephen, a Syrian lad of striking good looks, is sold by his parents to a Persian wizard, who teaches him a skill in languages that will serve him well. By the time Destiny brings them together in Antioch, Theodora has undergone heart-rending trials and a transformation, while Stephen has been sold again . . . and castrated. Discover the enduring bond that, however imperfect, prompts Theodora—as Empress—to request palace eunuch Stephen to write her biography.

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H.G. Wells Short Stories, Vol. 3 Audiobook

H.G. Wells Short Stories, Vol. 3

Author: H. G. Wells Narrator: Greg Wagland, James Gillies, Liam Gerrard, Malk Williams, Nigel Patterson, Tim Bruce Release Date: February 2021

H.G. Wells was known as the father of science fiction-but his creative geniusencompassed far more than a single literary genre. He was also a visionary, asatirist, a sociologist, and an historian. This audio anthology contains some of Wells' lesser-known stories and is thethird in a series produced by Raconteurs Audio in collaboration with SpokenRealms. This collection includes: The Argonauts of the Air read by Tim BruceThe Treasure in the Forest read by Nigel PattersonA Slip Under the Microscope read by Liam GerrardThe Temptation of Harringay read by Malk WilliamsThe Reconciliation read by Greg WaglandThe Catastrophe read by Tim BruceThe Truth About Pyecraft read by James GilliesMr Skelmersdale in Fairyland read by Liam GerrardMr Brisher's Treasure read by Malk WilliamsThe New Accelerator read by Nigel PattersonIn the Modern Vein-An Unsympathetic Love Story' read by Greg WaglandUnder the Knife read by James Gillies

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Hamilton at War Audiobook

Hamilton at War

Author: Robert Child Narrator: James Gillies Release Date: October 2018

As the story opens, young Alexander Hamilton marches with the Continentals at Fort Lee, New Jersey. He is frustrated by being relegated to the end of the line and missing out on the action. He desperately wants to make a name for himself. His fortunes soon change at the Raritan River when the vanguard of British infantry catches up to Washington's army.Hamilton, and his cannons are the only defense line available to prevent the army from being destroyed. Successfully protecting the Continental army and allowing their escape with his rear-guard action, Hamilton catches the attention of George Washington.The future President asks the twenty-year-old Hamilton to join his staff. Sent on one daring mission after another Hamilton s stature grows, creating great political mistrust among his rivals. When ambition overtakes Hamilton, he threatens to overthrow Congress, which he sees as corrupt. Challenging a Congressman to a duel who views Hamilton as treasonous immigrant his world nearly self-destructs.With the end of the American Revolution looming and his visions of his own glory fading, Hamilton becomes determined to leave Washington s staff and return to the battlefield. Washington, the only man who can help him, does all in his power to deny him. One daring assignment remains, however, that will determine the outcome of the final battle and the entire war. It is at a place called Yorktown.

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How to Age Joyfully: Eight Steps to a Happier, Fuller Life Audiobook

How to Age Joyfully: Eight Steps to a Happier, Fuller Life

Author: Foreword By Dame Judi Dench, Maggy Pigott Narrator: Helen Lloyd, James Gillies Release Date: August 2021

“I commend this book to everyone of all ages, and let us all age joyfully.” Dame Judi Dench, actress.  “This is an outstanding book….It speaks from the heart, from an author who has knowledge and experience. It is a manifesto for living better longer.” Professor Sir Muir Gray, one of the UK’s most senior medical figures.  We’re living longer, and this is something to celebrate and enjoy.  And research shows we can help ourselves to age better. This book will show you how.  Maggy Pigott’s uplifting and practical guide explains what to do, why, and how to live a healthier, happier life in eight steps - whatever your age. They include having a purpose, connecting with others, and being physically active. Each step has easy to follow tips, over 150 in all, and inspiring, often amusing, quotations from the ancient world to the present day. You will see that you’re never too old, and it’s never too late to try something new, be of value or even achieve greatness.  As the writer and broadcaster Gyles Brandreth says, it is “full of wit, wisdom - and hope!”  The book is based on evidence and the author’s life experience, from working in the public sector (and honoured with a CBE) while bringing up a family, to taking up dancing, writing and volunteering after her retirement. She is Vice Chair of a charity (receiving part of her royalties from book sales) which connects older people to a fun, active and fulfilling life. This is her first book, written and published in her late 60s.  The author’s website and blog is at or join her 10,000+ followers on Twitter @AgeingBetter and @MaggyPigott. 

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