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Audiobooks Narrated by Michele Santopietro

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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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Skeleton Justice Audiobook

Skeleton Justice

Forensic expert Dr. Michael Baden of the HBO series Autopsy and trial attorney and legal commentator Linda Kenney Baden bring us a chilling new thriller featuring their crack crime-fighting duo: Dr. Jake Rosen, world-famous pathologist, deputy chief medical examiner, and devoted scientist; and top litigator Manny Manfreda, who is as lovely (and accessorized) as she is gutsy. The case begins with New York City on high alert for a most bizarre serial killer—a strange kind of thief who stalks his victims for the purpose of extracting a vial of blood, earning him the tabloid nickname the Vampire. As the attacks become more and more vicious and escalate to torture and then to murder, Jake and Manny begin to suspect there is a connection between the killer's seemingly random victims. But what is the link between the Vampire and a case that Manny's been working for a kid whose high school prank-gone-wrong has earned him the moniker the Preppy Terrorist and an FBI electronic ankle bracelet? Jake's careful forensic examinations, Manny's courtroom tenaciousness, and an unusual clue suggesting that a high-ranking politician has risen from the grave take the pair from the bowels of the morgue to the world of international intrigue. At the heart of this story is a tragic tale of corruption interlaced with cover-ups, conspiracies, death squads, and dictators who committed crimes that to this day go unpunished. A fast-paced, boldly imagined work from an exuberant new team in suspense.

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Miracle on 49th Street Audiobook

Miracle on 49th Street

Author: Mike Lupica Narrator: Michele Santopietro Release Date: October 2006

Josh Cameron is basketball royalty–MVP of the Championship Boston Celtics and a media darling with a spotless reputation. He’s got it all, including something he never even knew he had: a daughter. Twelve-year-old Molly Parker catches Josh off guard. Molly claims her mother, Jen, revealed his true identity before losing her battle with cancer. Of course, Josh doesn’t believe her. Still, there is something about Molly–a certain look she gets and her smart-aleck way that reminds Josh so much of Jen. Yet as Molly gets to know Josh, it’s she who has the doubts. Suddenly she understands why her mother never wanted her to know the real Josh Cameron, the one the camera never sees. Josh has room in his heart for only two things: basketball and himself. Does Molly really want this man for a father? New York Times best-selling author and ESPN personality Mike Lupica introduces this hoop story with heart just in time for the holidays. Another undeniable winner.

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Remains Silent Audiobook

Remains Silent

Author: Dr. Michael Baden, Dr. Michael M. Baden, Linda Kenney Narrator: Michele Santopietro Release Date: August 2005

From Michael Baden (former New York City chief medical examiner, chief forensic pathologist for the New York State Police and for the U.S. Congress investigations into the assassinations of President John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King, Jr., and host of the hit HBO series Autopsy) and Linda Kenney (civil rights attorney and guest legal commentator on Court TV, CNN, and MSNBC), a masterful debut crime novel-the first in a stunning new series in contemporary suspense-that brilliantly mines the worlds of forensic science and law and introduces an irresistible crime-fighting team. Philomena "Manny" Manfreda is a crusading attorney for the disenfranchised. Five years out of law school, with an apartment not much bigger than one of her beloved Prada shoe boxes and a burgeoning reputation as one of the city's fiercest litigators, Manny is an unabashed shopaholic who changes her hair color weekly, carries her poodle, Mycroft, everywhere, and whose idea of therapy is the preparation of an eight-course Italian meal. Dr. Jake Rosen is the deputy chief medical examiner of New York City, a confirmed workaholic and bachelor who lives alone in an oversized nineteenth-century Manhattan brownstone littered with morbid memorabilia and forensic artifacts, and who divides his life between the autopsy table and Chinese takeout. When a body is unearthed beneath the construction site of a mall near the Catskill Mountains, Jake is called to the scene by his elderly mentor, Dr. Pete Harrigan, to examine the bones. Further investigation reveals a gruesome discovery: additional skeletal remains with striking abnormalities. After one of the victims is identified, the family of the deceased retains Manny to represent them, and, with Jake, she is swept into a terrifying vortex of murder and deceit, where a mounting body count hides both a shocking cover-up and a devastating love story. A chilling debut that introduces a major new voice in crime fiction.

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Sleeping with Schubert: A Novel Audiobook

Sleeping with Schubert: A Novel

Author: Bonnie Marson Narrator: Michele Santopietro Release Date: June 2004

It seems that the legendary composer Franz Schubert is alive, well, sort of, in the twenty-first century: His soul has taken up residence in the body of Brooklyn lawyer Liza Durbin. Even more astonishing, so has his prodigious gift. A mediocre pianist at best as a child, Liza can suddenly pound out concertos and compose masterly music out of the blue. But how can a brilliant male Austrian composer from the nineteenth century coexist in the everyday life of a modern American woman? And how can Liza explain whats happened to her without everyone thinking shes gone off the deep end? Fortunately, the evidence is tangible, and Liza is soon brought into the esteemed halls of Juilliard under the tutelage of the revered, and feared, Greta Pretsky, a humorless woman whose only interest in Liza is her channeling of Schubert. Gretas greedy for her next big star, and the entire New York City press is whispering of Lizas brilliance as the public awaits her debut at Carnegie Hall. Even Lizas boyfriend, Patrick, seems more in love with her than ever. Yet as Liza yields to Franzs great passion, her own life and identity threaten to elude her. Why was she chosen as the vessel for this musical genius, and when, if ever, will he leave? Their entwined souls follow a path of ecstasy, peril, and surprise as they search for the final, liberating truth. A strikingly original novel, Sleeping with Schubert plays on years of speculation regarding Franz Schuberts Unfinished Symphony. Bonnie Marsons extraordinary imagination supposes that Schubert cannot truly die until the mystery is solved, even if it means being resurrected in the body of a deceptively ordinary woman. Filled with drama and humor, this irresistible novel explores love, genius, and identity in ways that will engage and amaze readers. From the Hardcover edition.

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The Secret Language of Girls Audiobook

The Secret Language of Girls

Author: Frances O'Roark Dowell Narrator: Michele Santopietro Release Date: April 2004

Kate and Marylin have always been the kind of best friends who don't need words to talk to one another; they always just knew what the other was thinking. But lately it's starting to feel as though they don't know each other at all anymore. Marylin decides Kate (who still chases fireflies!) still acts like a baby, while Kate doesn't understand Marylin's new obsession with painting her toenails or wanting to be a cheerleader (and becoming on eof those people who only thinks about her hair!). And even though, secretly, they both wish things could be the way they were, neither one of them know how to get back there.

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Sleeping with Schubert: A Novel Audiobook

Sleeping with Schubert: A Novel

Author: Bonnie Marson Narrator: Michele Santopietro, Staci Snell Release Date: March 2004

It seems that the legendary composer Franz Schubert is alive, well, sort of, in the twenty-first century: His soul has taken up residence in the body of Brooklyn lawyer Liza Durbin. Even more astonishing, so has his prodigious gift. A mediocre pianist at best as a child, Liza can suddenly pound out concertos and compose masterly music out of the blue. But how can a brilliant male Austrian composer from the nineteenth century coexist in the everyday life of a modern American woman? And how can Liza explain whats happened to her without everyone thinking shes gone off the deep end? Fortunately, the evidence is tangible, and Liza is soon brought into the esteemed halls of Juilliard under the tutelage of the revered, and feared, Greta Pretsky, a humorless woman whose only interest in Liza is her channeling of Schubert. Gretas greedy for her next big star, and the entire New York City press is whispering of Lizas brilliance as the public awaits her debut at Carnegie Hall. Even Lizas boyfriend, Patrick, seems more in love with her than ever. Yet as Liza yields to Franzs great passion, her own life and identity threaten to elude her. Why was she chosen as the vessel for this musical genius, and when, if ever, will he leave? Their entwined souls follow a path of ecstasy, peril, and surprise as they search for the final, liberating truth. A strikingly original novel, Sleeping with Schubert plays on years of speculation regarding Franz Schuberts Unfinished Symphony. Bonnie Marsons extraordinary imagination supposes that Schubert cannot truly die until the mystery is solved, even if it means being resurrected in the body of a deceptively ordinary woman. Filled with drama and humor, this irresistible novel explores love, genius, and identity in ways that will engage and amaze readers. From the Hardcover edition.

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