Audiobooks Narrated by Laurel Lefkow

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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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5 Days to a Clutter-Free House: Quick, Easy Ways to Clear Up Your Space Audiobook

5 Days to a Clutter-Free House: Quick, Easy Ways to Clear Up Your Space

Author: Sandra Felton Narrator: Laurel Lefkow Release Date: December 2017

Do you want to reduce the clutter in your home, organize what's left, and keep it that way? Does the sheer scope of the project give you an anxiety attack? Don't let fear stop you! Organizing and time-management experts Sandra Felton and Marsha Sims show you how-with the right game plan and a healthy dose of adrenaline-you're just five days from your goal. With their proven team-based approach, even the most overwhelming de-cluttering job becomes doable. In the first section, they show you how to de-clutter, with each day of the week focused on one reachable goal. In the second section, they show you how to cultivate time-tested habits that keep your house in the clean, well-ordered state you've just achieved. You'll even learn how to deal with common obstacles such as filing, storage needs, health issues, space restrictions, the car, and family sabotage! So what are you waiting for? The home of your dreams is just a week away!

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71-73 Charing Cross Road Audiobook

71-73 Charing Cross Road

Author: Maxim Jakubowski Narrator: Brian Bowles, James Goode, Laurel Lefkow, Multiple Narrators Release Date: August 2009

What begins as innocent correspondence between a librarian in Seattle and a Book Shop owner in London gradually spirals out of control.

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A Beautiful Shadow: A Life of Patricia Highsmith Audiobook

A Beautiful Shadow: A Life of Patricia Highsmith

Author: Andrew Wilson Narrator: Laurel Lefkow Release Date: March 2021

Patricia Highsmith - author of STRANGERS ON A TRAIN and THE TALENTED MR RIPLEY - had more than her fair share of secrets. During her life, she felt uncomfortable about discussing the source of her fiction and refused to answer questions about her private life. Yet after her death in February 1995, Highsmith left behind a vast archive of personal documents - diaries, notebooks and letters - which detail the links between her life and her work. Drawing on these intimate papers, together with material gleaned from her closest friends and lovers, Andrew Wilson has written the first biography of an author described by Graham Greene as the 'poet of apprehension'. Wilson illuminates the dark corners of Highsmith's life, casts light on mysteries of the creative process and reveals the secrets that the writer chose to keep hidden until after her death.

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A Jury of Her Peers Audiobook

A Jury of Her Peers

Author: Susan Glaspell Narrator: Ghizela Rowe, Laurel Lefkow Release Date: November 2020

Susan Keating Glaspell was born on July 1st, 1876 in Davenport, Iowa. Glaspell, a precocious child, was an active student at Davenport High School. By 18 she was earning a salary at the local newspaper as a journalist, and by 20 she was the author of a weekly 'Society' column. At 21 she enrolled for Philosophy at Drake University, in Des Moines, where she excelled in debate competitions, and represented them at the state tournament. After graduation, Glaspell again worked as a reporter, still a rare position for a woman, and assigned to cover the state legislature and murder cases.At 24, after covering the conviction of a woman accused of murdering her abusive husband, Glaspell abruptly resigned and returned to Davenport, and a career writing fiction. Her stories were published by periodicals, including Harper's and Munsey's. In 1909, moving to Chicago she wrote her debut novel, 'The Glory of the Conquered'. It was a best-seller. So too her 2nd and 3rd and to glowing reviews.With her husband Glaspell founded the Provincetown Playhouse for plays that reflected contemporary issues. Her first play, 'Trifles' (1916), was based on the murder trial she covered as a young reporter and later adapted as the short story 'A Jury of Her Peers'. She wrote 12 plays over 7 years for the company. By 1918 Glaspell was considered one of America's most significant new playwrights. Despite its success theatre work did not make financial sense and she continued to submit short stories in order to support her and her husband during their years with the theater. In 1931 her play, 'Alison's House', received the Pulitzer Prize. She continued to write and now with themes increasingly based on her surroundings, on family life, and on theistic questions.Susan Keating Glaspell died of viral pneumonia in Provincetown, Massachusetts on 28th July 1948.

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A Problem from Hell: America and the Age of Genocide Audiobook

A Problem from Hell: America and the Age of Genocide

Author: Samantha Power Narrator: Laurel Lefkow Release Date: September 2019

Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Non-fiction 2003 A shattering history of the last hundred years of genocidal war that itemises in authoritative, persuasive manner exactly what the West knew and when, and what it chose to do, and what not to do, with that knowledge. Winner of the US National Book Critics Circle Award 'The United States has never in its history intervened to stop genocide and has in fact rarely even made a point of condemning it as it occurred.' In this convincing and definitive interrogation of the last century of American history and foreign policy, Samantha Power draws upon declassified documents, private papers, unprecedented interviews and her own reporting from the modern killing fields to tell the story of American indifference and American courage in the face of man's inhumanity to man. Tackling the argument that successive US leaders were unaware of genocidal horrors as they were occurring - against Armenians, Jews, Cambodians, Kurds, Rwandans, Bosnians - Samantha Power seeks to establish precisely how much was known and when, and claims that much human misery and tragedy could readily have been averted. It is clear that the failure to intervene was usually caused not by ignorance or impotence, but by considered political inaction. Several heroic figures did work to oppose and expose ethnic cleansing as it took place, but the majority of American politicians chose always to do nothing, as did the American public: Power notes that 'no US president has ever suffered politically for his indifference to its occurrence. It is thus no coincidence that genocide rages on.' This riveting book makes a powerful case for why America, as both sole superpower and global citizen, must make such indifference a thing of the past.

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A Secret Affair Audiobook

A Secret Affair

Author: Barbara Taylor Bradford Narrator: Laurel Lefkow Release Date: July 2018

Bill Fitzgerald is an acclaimed American television foreign correspondent. Exhausted after a long stint in Bosnia, he travels to Venice to meet Francis Xavier Peterson, an old friend. Whilst at the bar of the Gritti Palace Hotel on the Grand Canal with Frankie, Bill is struck by the dark beauty of a young woman seated alone. Vanessa Stewart is a glass designer from New York who is visiting the glass-blowing works in Murano. The three expatriates meet and decide to celebrate Thanksgiving together. And that evening, full of warmth and camaraderie, begins an illicit though fateful love affair.

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A Short History of Medicine Audiobook

A Short History of Medicine

Author: Steve Parker Narrator: Laurel Lefkow Release Date: April 2020

Immerse yourself in the history of medicine - a colourful story of skill, serendipity, trial and error, moments of genius, and dogged determination. From traditional Chinese medicine to today's sophisticated gene therapies and robotic surgery, A Short History of Medicine combines riveting storytelling, historical accounts and lucid explanations, to illuminate the story of medicine through time. Witness early, bloody, anaesthetic-free operations and first crude surgical instruments; trace the mapping of the circulatory system; follow the painstaking detective work that led to the decoding of the human genome; and understand the role that potions, cures, therapies, herbal medicines, and drugs have played in the human quest to tame and conquer disease, injury, and death. Previously published as Kill or Cure, A Short History of Medicine is an engrossing history and tale of drama and discovery that celebrates the milestones of medical history across generations and cultures. Steve Parker is a writer, editor, and consultant specializing in general science and life sciences. He is a Senior Scientific Fellow of the Zoological Society of London, and has written more than 250 books, including The Human Body, Eyewitness Medicine, Eyewitness Human Body and Medicine. He has been shortlisted for prizes ranging from BBC Blue Peter Book of the Year to Times Educational Supplement Information Book of the Year, and won the 2014 BMA Board of Science Award for the Public Understanding of Science. © 2013 Steve Parker © 2020 DK Audio

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A Touch of Flame Audiobook

A Touch of Flame

Author: Jo Goodman Narrator: Laurel Lefkow Release Date: June 2018

Dr. E. Ridley Woodhouse is like no physician Ben Madison has ever met-she's a woman. As the newly elected sheriff of Frost Falls, Colorado, Ben is tasked with welcoming Ridley to the community. But while Ben might be tempted by the new doc's charms, getting the town to accept a big-city female doctor is no easy feat. To earn their trust, she'll have to prove herself, and Ben is determined to help her...even if she's the most stubborn woman he's ever met. Then Ridley is threatened, and Ben's protective instincts kick in. Ridley has come to rely on his steady presence and the delicious tension that simmers just below the surface of their easy friendship-but as much as she trusts his warnings, she's never been one to back down from a challenge, and she refuses to abandon her patient. But sticking to your guns can earn you trouble in the rough terrain of the Wild West, and danger threatens Ridley from unexpected places, forcing Ben to confront his deepest fear in order to save the woman he loves.

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After One Hundred Winters: In Search of Reconciliation on America's Stolen Lands Audiobook

After One Hundred Winters: In Search of Reconciliation on America's Stolen Lands

Author: Margaret D. Jacobs Narrator: Laurel Lefkow Release Date: October 2021

This poignant audiobook narrated by Laurel Lefkow exposes America’s troubled history of injustice to Indigenous people After One Hundred Winters confronts the harsh truth that the United States was founded on the violent dispossession of Indigenous people and asks what reconciliation might mean in light of this haunted history. In this timely and urgent book, settler historian Margaret Jacobs tells the stories of the individuals and communities who are working together to heal historical wounds—and reveals how much we have to gain by learning from our history instead of denying it. Jacobs traces the brutal legacy of systemic racial injustice to Indigenous people that has endured since the nation’s founding. Explaining how early attempts at reconciliation succeeded only in robbing tribal nations of their land and forcing their children into abusive boarding schools, she shows that true reconciliation must emerge through Indigenous leadership and sustained relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people that are rooted in specific places and histories. In the absence of an official apology and a federal Truth and Reconciliation Commission, ordinary people are creating a movement for transformative reconciliation that puts Indigenous land rights, sovereignty, and values at the forefront. With historical sensitivity and an eye to the future, Jacobs urges us to face our past and learn from it, and once we have done so, to redress past abuses. Drawing on dozens of interviews, After One Hundred Winters reveals how Indigenous people and settlers in America today, despite their troubled history, are finding unexpected gifts in reconciliation.

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Afterland: A gripping new post-apocalyptic thriller from the Sunday Times bestselling author Audiobook

Afterland: A gripping new post-apocalyptic thriller from the Sunday Times bestselling author

Author: Lauren Beukes Narrator: Laurel Lefkow Release Date: September 2020

Brought to you by Penguin. Three years after a virus wiped out 99% of the men on earth, a mother and son are on the run . . . All Cole has left in the world is her boy, Miles. With men now a prized commodity, keeping him safe means breaking hastily written new rules - and leaving her own sister for dead. All Miles has left in the world is his mother. But is one person enough to save him from the many who would kill to get their hands on a living boy? Together, Cole and Miles embark on a journey across a changed, hostile country, towards a freedom they may never reach. And when Cole's sister tracks them down, they'll need to decide who to trust - and what loyalty really means in this unimaginable new world. The compulsive and long-awaited new thriller from the author of Richard and Judy bestseller The Shining Girls and the prize-winning Zoo City 'A major, major talent' George R. R. Martin 'Beukes deals with slightly surreal things in very real ways. I'm all over it' Gillian Flynn © Lauren Beukes 2020 (P) Penguin Audio 2020

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Birds Art Life Death Audiobook

Birds Art Life Death

Author: Kyo Maclear Narrator: Laurel Lefkow Release Date: February 2017

One winter, Kyo Maclear became unmoored. Her father had recently fallen ill and she suddenly found herself lost for words. As a writer, she could no longer bring herself to create; her work wasn't providing the comfort and meaning that it had before.But then Kyo met a musician who loved birds. The musician felt he could not always cope with the pressures and disappointments of being an artist in a big city. When he watched birds and began to photograph them, his worries dissipated. Intrigued, Kyo found herself following the musician for a year, accompanying him on his birdwatching expeditions; the sounds of birds in the city reminded them both to look outwards at the world. Intricate and delicate as birdsong, asks how our passions shape and nurture us, and how we might gain perspective, overcome our anxieties and begin to cherish the urban wild spaces where so many of us live.

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Birds Art Life: A Year of Observation Audiobook

Birds Art Life: A Year of Observation

Author: Kyo Maclear Narrator: Laurel Lefkow Release Date: January 2017

A writer's search for inspiration, beauty, and solace leads her to birds in this intimate and exuberant meditation on creativity and life - a field guide to things small and significant. When it comes to birds, Kyo Maclear isn't seeking the exotic. Rather she discovers joy in the seasonal birds that find their way into view in city parks and harbors, along eaves and on wires. In a world that values big and fast, Maclear looks to the small, the steady, the slow accumulations of knowledge, and the lulls that leave room for contemplation. A distilled, crystal-like companion to H is for Hawk, Birds Art Life celebrates the particular madness of chasing after birds in the urban environment and explores what happens when the core lessons of birding are applied to other aspects of art and life. Moving with ease between the granular and the grand, peering into the inner landscape as much as the outer one, this is a deeply personal year-long inquiry into big themes: love, waiting, regrets, endings. If Birds Art Life was sprung from Maclear's sense of disconnection, her passions faltering under the strain of daily existence, this book is ultimately about the value of reconnection - and how the act of seeking engagement and beauty in small ways can lead us to discover our most satisfying and meaningful lives. ©2017 Kyo Maclear (P)2017 Simon & Schuster

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