Audiobooks Narrated by Mark Blum

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  5. 168 Hours: You Have More Time Than You Think Audiobook 168 Hours: You Have More Time Than You Think
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  8. The Storyteller: Tales of Life and Music Audiobook The Storyteller: Tales of Life and Music
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  9. Humanocracy: Creating Organizations as Amazing as the People Inside Them Audiobook Humanocracy: Creating Organizations as Amazing as the People Inside Them
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Management Challenges For The 21St Century Audiobook

Management Challenges For The 21St Century

Author: Peter F. Drucker Narrator: Mark Blum Release Date: October 2005

New and revolutionary ideas and perspectives on the central management issues of tomorrow by the man Warren Bennis calls "the most important management thinker of our time."In this major new work, Peter F. Drucker discusses how the new paradigms of management will change our basic assumptions about the practices and principles of management. Drucker explains "The New Information Revolution" discussing the information an executive needs and the information an executive owes. He examines knowledge-worker productivity, and he writes about the ultimate challenge of managing yourself and meeting the new demands on the individual in a longer working life and an ever-changing workplace.Incisive, challenging and mind-stretching, Management Challenges for the 21st Century combines the wide practical experience, profound insight, sharp analysis and enlightened common sense that are the essence of Drucker's writings.

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Found Money Low Price Audiobook

Found Money Low Price

Author: James Grippando Narrator: Mark Blum Release Date: November 2004

A young woman finds $200,000 in cash in a cardboard box delivered to her door. A young man inherits a fortune from a father who died \"penniless\". Amy Parkens and Ryan Duffy have never met, but they are about to, as each discovers that found money can be a godsend -- or a nightmare. Amy Parkens is a struggling single mother forced to abandon a career in astronomy for a practical computer job. She feels condemned to long hours, low pay, and no time to spend with her young daughter. Then an unmarked package arrives. There\'s no card, no note, no return address. Someone has simply sent her a small fortune. Any has no idea who -- or why. She only knows her dead-end life has changed forever. Though she longs to keep the cash, Amy fears a mistake, a setup, or even a possible connection to her mother\'s mysterious death twenty years earlier. She has to find the source. But when she tries to look her gift horse in the mouth, someone snatches the money away -- quickly, violently. Ryan Duffy is a decent, responsible man, a small-town physician from the plains of southeastern Colorado. Like Amy, Ryan has recently found unexpected wealth. his father\'s estate is worth more than Ryan could ever have imagined -- millions more. Truth is, Dad was a hardworking electrician for forty-five years. But in the attic, he hid a fortune. The Duffy family has been guarding his secret. Was it extortion, burglary, or some other shocking crime? And now that Ryan has the money, what should he do? Painful as it is, Ryan is drawn to his father\'s dark past. Amy on the same desperate quest for answers, soon crosses Ryan\'s path. Their search takes them through a labyrinth of deception and blackmail, leading to a man of unfathomable power. Yet the past is not what it appears. Heinous crimes touched their families years ago. Amy and Ryan must solve a treacherous puzzle to learn why the true victims never came forward, why the real wrongdoers went unpunished, and why certain people would kill to keep their secrets.

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Candyland: A Novel In Two Parts Audiobook

Candyland: A Novel In Two Parts

Author: Ed McBain, Evan Hunter Narrator: Mark Blum Release Date: January 2001

While Evan Hunter is known for his powerful novels and screenplays, Ed McBain is known for portraying the soul of the cop. With Candyland, they join for the first time to write a single story -- a powerful novel of obsession. Benjamin Thorpe is married, a father, a successful Los Angeles architect -- and a man obsessed. Alone in New York City on business, he spends the empty hours of the night in search of female companionship. His dizzying descent leads to an early morning confrontation in a midtown bordello and a searing self-revelation. Part I of Candyland follows Benjamin's fever-pitched search for identity, told in classic Evan Hunter style. Part II is pure Ed McBain territory. Three detectives discuss a homicide. The victim is a young prostitute who crossed Benjamin Thorpe's path the night before. Emma Boyle of the Special Victims Unit gets assigned to the case. As the foggy events of the previous night come into sharper focus, it grows clear that Thopre is a potential suspect. The detailed police investigation is Ed McBain at top form. Shocking, bold and compulsively engaging, Candyland is a groundbreaking literary event.

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