Audiobooks Narrated by Nyambi Nyambi

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  1. The Eye of the World: Book One of The Wheel of Time Audiobook The Eye of the World: Book One of The Wheel of Time
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  3. Under the Whispering Door Audiobook Under the Whispering Door
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  4. The Last Days of John Lennon Audiobook The Last Days of John Lennon
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  5. Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing: Inspired by the hit BBC series Audiobook Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing: Inspired by the hit BBC series
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  6. Go Set a Watchman Audiobook Go Set a Watchman
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  8. It Ends With Us Audiobook It Ends With Us
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  9. Three Sisters: A TRIUMPHANT STORY OF LOVE AND SURVIVAL FROM THE AUTHOR OF THE TATTOOIST OF AUSCHWITZ Audiobook Three Sisters: A TRIUMPHANT STORY OF LOVE AND SURVIVAL FROM THE AUTHOR OF THE TATTOOIST OF AUSCHWITZ
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A Death in the Family: A Detective Kubu mystery Audiobook

A Death in the Family: A Detective Kubu mystery

Author: Michael Stanley Narrator: Nyambi Nyambi Release Date: July 2021

‘There’s no easy way to say this, Kubu.  Your father’s dead.  I’m afraid he’s been murdered.’ Faced with the violent death of his own father, Assistant Superintendent David ‘Kubu’ Bengu, the smartest detective in the Botswana police, is baffled.  Who would kill such a frail old man?  Kubu’s frustration grows as his boss, Director Mabaku, bans him from being involved in the investigation. The picture becomes even murkier with the apparent suicide of a government official.  Are Chinese mine-owners involved?  And what role does the US Embassy have to play? Set amidst the dark beauty of modern Botswana, A Death in the Family is a thrilling insight into a world of riots, corruption, and greed, as a complex series of murders presents the opera-loving detective with his most challenging case yet.  When grief-stricken Kubu defies orders and sets out on the killers’ trail, startling and chilling links emerge, spanning the globe and setting a sequence of shocking events in motion.

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A Death in the Family: A Detective Kubu Mystery Audiobook

A Death in the Family: A Detective Kubu Mystery

Author: Michael Stanley Narrator: Nyambi Nyambi Release Date: November 2015

"There's no easy way to say this, Kubu. Your father's dead. I'm afraid he's been murdered." Faced with the violent death of his own father, Assistant Superintendent David 'Kubu' Bengu, the smartest detective in the Botswana police, is baffled. Who would kill such a frail old man? Kubu's frustration grows as his boss, Director Mabaku, bans him from being involved in the investigation. The picture becomes even murkier with the apparent suicide of a government official. Are Chinese mine-owners involved? And what role does the US Embassy have to play? Set amidst the dark beauty of modern Botswana, A Death in the Family is a thrilling insight into a world of riots, corruption, and greed, as a complex series of murders presents the opera-loving detective with his most challenging case yet. When grief-stricken Kubu defies orders and sets out on the killers' trail, startling and chilling links emerge, spanning the globe and setting a sequence of shocking events in motion. Will Kubu catch the killers in time?

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Wonder Tales From Around the World Audiobook

Wonder Tales From Around the World

Traditional stories endure generation after generation because although they are not literal they resound in truths on a human scale. Folktales remind us of wisdom so elemental it is often lost in the rush of everyday life, so that sometimes common sense makes no sense at all.

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Thirty-three Multicultural Tales to Tell Audiobook

Thirty-three Multicultural Tales to Tell

People just can't live together without telling stories. We tell stories that are funny, ironic, insightful, or just simply pleasing to the tongue and ear. Stories just seem to happen. When a story happens with the force of universality, it finds its way into that pantheon of tales that is the common denominator of cultural exchange. Here are 33 such tales, collected from Brazil, China, Korea, Russia, Tibet, Africa, from America's native peoples, and other lands, and chosen for the universality ....

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No Choirboy: Murder, Violence, and Teenagers on Death Row Audiobook

No Choirboy: Murder, Violence, and Teenagers on Death Row

Imagine having everything taken away from you-permanently-with no hope of resuming a normal life. This is the case for many teenagers in America who are tried and convicted as adults for the crime of murder. Here Susan Kuklin takes you behind bars for frank interviews with a collection of young men who will spend the better part of their lives in jail. She lets them speak for themselves, providing the raw details of their incarceration and the anger, despair, and surprising hope they experience every day. Kuklin also provides an in-depth look at the American penal system, highlighting its many intricacies and inequities while focusing on capital cases involving juveniles. Chosen by School Library Journal and Kirkus Reviews as a Best Book, No Choirboy is an honest examination of a pervasive problem in America. A full cast of Recorded Books narrators captures each of these unique voices for a powerful audio experience. "Searing and provocative."-Booklist "An eye-opening account."-Horn Book Magazine, starred review

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Snakepit Audiobook

Snakepit

Author: Moses Isegawa Narrator: Nyambi Nyambi Release Date: April 2009

Critically hailed, Uganda-born authorMoses Isegawa's Snakepit is a 'high-octane melodrama bearing a potent ' message [that] delivers the goods' (Kirkus Reviews). Bat Katanga, a Cambridge University post-graduate, returns to his dictator-oppressed African homeland in the 1970s. Rising rapidly through the government's bureaucratic ranks, Bat must navigate'and survive'a world rife with bribery, seduction, conspiracy and execution.

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What You Sow Audiobook

What You Sow

Connoisseurs of edgy, contemporary African-American fiction find the novels of Wallace Fordprime offerings. In this riveting sequel, a powerful and unscrupulous investment banker learns the hard way that what goes up must come down. Ever since Gordon Perkins made off with his partners' money, he's been living fast, but losing even faster.

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Dark Dreams: A Collection of Horror and Suspense by Black Writers Audiobook

Dark Dreams: A Collection of Horror and Suspense by Black Writers

With heart-stopping stories by Zane, Tananarive Due and Steven Barnes, Joy M. Copeland, Robert Fleming, Terence Taylor, Francine Lewis, Brandon Massey, and 12 other established and up-and-coming writers, Dark Dreams is a must-have contemporary anthology of supernatural tales for any collection. '' a volume whose universal human themes will resonate with many readers.''Publishers Weekly

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Day of Tears: A Novel in Dialogue Audiobook

Day of Tears: A Novel in Dialogue

As did his father before him, Pierce Butler treats his plantation slaves like family. But massive gambling debts force him to sell 429 "family" members. When the auction begins, torrential rain falls-not stopping until the final slave is sold the next day. The ominous rainfall prompts these words: "This ain't rain. This is God's tears." Based on the largest slave auction in U.S. history, this poignant montage is the fictionalized account of that 1859 Georgia tragedy. All the shrieks and groans, the betrayal and fury, the sorrow and regret are here in the stark, vivid monologues that pour from the souls of master and slave, auctioneer and observer during this "Weeping Time."

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The Preacher's Son Audiobook

The Preacher's Son

Carl Weber is an Essence' best-selling author and recipient of the African-American Bookseller of the Year Award. His stories are intoxicating dramas with smart, sexy characters. The Preacher's Son captivates with all the intensity expected of a Weber novel. Bishop T.K. Wilson is a pillar of the community, pastor of the largest African-American church in Queens, NY, and has always tended to the needy. Running for borough president, he faces one shocking revelation after another that could not only derail his campaign, but also force him to reevaluate his family values.

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