Audiobooks Narrated by Pamela Almand

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The Fun of It: Random Records of My Own Flying and of Women in Aviation Audiobook

The Fun of It: Random Records of My Own Flying and of Women in Aviation

Author: Amelia Earhart Narrator: Pamela Almand Release Date: August 2021

Amelia Earhart's autobiographical book The Fun of It: Random Records of My Own Flying and of Women in Aviation covers Earhart's life through May 20-21, 1932, "when Miss Earhart, alone in a Lockheed Vega monoplane with a single Wasp engine, negotiated 2,026 miles through storm and fog from Harbor Grace, Newfoundland, to a cow pasture on the outskirts of Londonderry, Ireland. The flight set a transatlantic record of 14 hours, 56 minutes ... and stirred such public adulation that she confided, 'I'll be glad when the zoo part is over.'" (ANB)

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The Glory Road: A Gospel Gypsy Life Audiobook

The Glory Road: A Gospel Gypsy Life

Author: Anita Faye Garner Narrator: Pamela Almand Release Date: July 2021

Stories and songs from a childhood spent in a vanished world of revivals and road shows Anita Faye Garner grew up in the South-just about every corner of it. She and her musical family lived in Texarkana, Bossier City, Hot Springs, Jackson, Vicksburg, Hattiesburg, Pascagoula, Bogalusa, Biloxi, Gulfport, New Orleans, and points between, picking up sticks every time her father, a Pentecostal preacher known as "Brother Ray," took over a new congregation. In between jump-starting churches, Brother Ray took his wife and kids out on the gospel revival circuit as the Jones Family Singers. Ray could sing and play, and "Sister Fern" (Mama) was a celebrated singer and songwriter, possessed of both talent and beauty. Rounding out the band were the young Garner (known as Nita Faye then) and her big brother Leslie Ray. At all-day singings and tent revivals across the South, the Joneses made a joyful noise for the faithful and loaded into the car for the next stage of their tour. But growing up gospel wasn't always joyous. The kids practically raised and fended for themselves, bonding over a shared dislike of their rootless life and strict religious upbringing. Sister Fern dreamed of crossing over from gospel to popular music and recording a hit record. An unlikely combination of preacher's wife and glamorous performer, she had the talent and presence to make a splash, and her remarkable voice brought Saturday night rock-and-roll to Sunday morning music. Always singing, performing, and recording at the margins of commercial success, Sister Fern shared a backing band with Elvis Presley and wrote songs recorded by Johnny Cash and many other artists. In her touching memoir The Glory Road, Anita Faye Garner re-creates her remarkable upbringing. The story begins with Ray's attempts to settle down and the family's inevitable return to the gospel circuit and concludes with Sister Fern's brushes with stardom and the family's journey west to California where they finally landed-with some unexpected detours along the way. The Glory Road carries listeners back to the 1950s South and the intersections of faith and family at the very roots of American popular music.

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Nothing Bad between Us: A Mennonite Missionary's Daughter Finds Healing in Her Brokenness Audiobook

Nothing Bad between Us: A Mennonite Missionary's Daughter Finds Healing in Her Brokenness

Author: Marlena Fiol Narrator: Pamela Almand Release Date: February 2021

After being publicly humiliated in front of her entire close-knit Mennonite community, Marlena Fiol didn't know how she would recover. Follow her journey from an abusive upbringing in Paraguay to escape, love, and loss in the United States and finally on to forgiveness and reconciliation. Discover a story of healing and personal transformation. Marlena's childhood was full of contradictions. Her father was both a heroic doctor for people with leprosy and an abusive parent. Her Mennonite missionary community was both a devoted tribe and a controlling society. And Marlena longed to both be accepted in Paraguay and escape to somewhere new. In Nothing Bad between Us, follow Marlena's journey as she takes control of her life and learns to be her authentic self, scars and imperfections included. Uncover inner peace-and inner strength. Nothing Bad between Us is a story of brokenness and eventual redemption that taps into our collective yearning for healing and forgiveness. As you read Marlena's story, you will: Learn how to forgive yourself and others without giving up your personal growth and self-confidenceDiscover that transformation and redemption often exist even in the most broken parts of who you areFind out how to stand in your power, knowing that vulnerability won't lead to your downfall, but to increasing courage, connection, and authenticityReaders of memoirs about family, self-healing, and the strength of a woman like The Glass Castle, Love Warrior, and Leaving the Witness will be captivated by Nothing Bad between Us.

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False Premise, False Promise: The Disastrous Reality of Medicare for All Audiobook

False Premise, False Promise: The Disastrous Reality of Medicare for All

Author: Sally C. Pipes Narrator: Pamela Almand Release Date: October 2020

A native of Canada with direct experience under a single-payer system, Pipes debunks the Medicare for All plans touted by Democrat contenders. American health care is at a crossroads. Health spending reached $3.5 trillion in 2017. Yet more than 27 million people remain uninsured. And it's unclear if all that spending is buying higher-quality care.Patients, doctors, insurers, and the government acknowledge that the status quo is unsustainable. America's last attempt at health care reform-Obamacare-didn't work. Nearly a decade after its passage, Democrats are calling for a government takeover of the nation's health care system: Medicare for All.Supporters of Medicare for All assert the right to health care, promising universal, high-quality care to all Americans at no cost. With a sales pitch like that, it's no wonder the idea has broad support. Democrats, particularly progressive ones, hope to capitalize on this enthusiasm.Here Sally C. Pipes makes a case against Medicare for All. Using evidence from government-run systems in Canada and the UK she explains how single-payer health care makes a litany of promises it can't possibly keep.Between unpacking the plans under consideration in Congress-including the real costs behind the claims-and detailing the horrors of single-payer care in other countries, Pipes highlights how Americans actually fare better than their peers in Canada and the UK on health outcomes. Included are heart-wrenching stories of the human costs of free, universal, government-run health care systems.Pipes concludes with her vision for delivering the affordable, accessible, quality care the American people are looking for.

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Expert Witness: Wrongful Death Audiobook

Expert Witness: Wrongful Death

Author: Judy Tarver Narrator: Pamela Almand Release Date: September 2020

Three Beech 1900 aircraft crash mysteriously. Josey Cantwell, aviation consultant and expert witness, and her partner, Brad Smith, former army aviator and CIA operative, are called in to help investigate the accidents. While reviewing the logbooks of an employee who died in a Cessna 172 on his way back to work, Josey stumbles into a shocking conspiracy between the vice president of Viscount Air Transport and an entrepreneur in San Salvador. The action never stops when word gets out that Josey might have discovered incriminating evidence that will blow the conspiracy wide open.

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What's in a Name? Audiobook

What's in a Name?

Author: Terry Odell Narrator: Pamela Almand Release Date: September 2020

Running for the wrong reason can still get you killed. Kelli Carpenter has changed her name, her appearance — her life — to avoid being connected to a crime she committed in self defense years ago. But just when she thinks she has nothing to fear, handsome stranger Blake Windsor shows up. He claims to be the handyman her boss sent to help complete the project she’s working on — Camp Getaway — a place where inner city kids will get respite from concrete and drive-bys. Without Blake’s skills, the refuge won’t be completed on time. Against her instincts, she accepts his help. Blake Windsor, a corporate executive, begrudgingly returns to the blue-collar construction lifestyle he vowed to leave behind, hoping doing his boss this favor will advance his career. The woman he meets bears little resemblance to the woman he’s supposed to find, but something about her mystifies him, and he continues his deception in order to learn more about her. When someone makes an attempt on Kelli’s life, she runs — but she takes Blake with her. Keep your friends close but your enemies closer is her philosophy. And Kelli is convinced Blake knows something that will link her to her former lover’s death, ending her life as she knows it.

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Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters Audiobook

Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters

Author: Abigail Shrier Narrator: Pamela Almand Release Date: September 2020

Irreversible Damage is an exploration of a mystery: Why, in the last decade, has the diagnosis "gender dysphoria," transformed from a vanishingly rare affliction, applying almost exclusively to boys and men, to an epidemic among teenage girls? Author Abigail Shrier presents shocking statistics and stories from real families to show that America and the West have become fertile ground for a "transgender craze" that has nothing to do with real gender dysphoria and everything to do with our cultural frailty. Teenage girls are taking courses of testosterone and disfiguring their bodies. Parents are undermined; experts are over-relied upon; dissenters in science and medicine are intimidated; free speech truckles under renewed attack; socialized medicine bears hidden consequences; and an intersectional era has arisen in which the desire to escape a dominant identity encourages individuals to take cover in victim groups. Every person who has ever had a skeptical thought about the sudden rush toward a non-binary future but been afraid to express it-this book is for you.

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Us Against Alzheimer’s: Stories of Family, Love, and Faith Audiobook

Us Against Alzheimer’s: Stories of Family, Love, and Faith

This groundbreaking multicultural anthology shares moving personal stories about the impacts of Alzheimer’s and dementia. An estimated 5.7 million Americans are afflicted by Alzheimer’s disease, including ten percent of those over sixty-five, and it is the sixth leading cause of death. But its effects are more pervasive: For the nearly six million sufferers, there are more than sixteen million family caregivers and many more family members. Alzheimer’s wreaks havoc not only on brain cells—it is a disease of the spirit and heart for not only those who suffer from it, but also for their families. This groundbreaking anthology presents forty narratives, both nonfiction and fiction, that together capture the impact and complexity of Alzheimer’s and other dementias on patients, as well as their caregivers and family. Deeply personal, recounting the wrenching course of a disease that kills a loved one twice—first they forget who they are, and then the body succumbs—these stories also show how witnessing the disease and caring for someone with it can be powerfully transformative, calling forth amazing strength and grace.

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Natural Causes Audiobook

Natural Causes

Author: Joseph Badal Narrator: Pamela Almand Release Date: March 2020

Homicide detective partners Barbara Lassiter and Susan Martinez return in this third edition of the Lassiter/Martinez Case Files series. Called in to investigate a mysterious death in a retirement center, Lassiter and Martinez find themselves entangled in a case that might very well involve multiple murders committed by a psychopathic killer. The deeper they get into their investigation, the more complex and dangerous the case becomes, threatening the lives of the detectives and their loved ones. Political and bureaucratic machinations within the detectives’ department and the involvement of organized crime only make their jobs more difficult. Award-winning, Amazon #1 bestselling author Joseph Badal offers up another suspenseful tale, with twists and turns that will put and keep the listener on a roller coaster ride of drama, action, and emotion from beginning to end.

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The Grace Canceled: How Outrage Is Destroying Lives, Ending Debate, and Endangering Democracy Audiobook

The Grace Canceled: How Outrage Is Destroying Lives, Ending Debate, and Endangering Democracy

Author: Dana Loesch Narrator: Pamela Almand Release Date: February 2020

In Grace Canceled, popular talk radio host and political activist Dana Loesch confronts the Left’s zero-tolerance, accept-no-apologies ethos with a powerful call for a return to core American principles of grace, redemption, justice, and empathy. Diving deep into recent cases where public and private figures were shamed, fired, or boycotted for social missteps, Loesch shows us how the politics of outrage is fueling the breakdown of the American community. How do we find common ground without compromising? Loesch urges readers to meet the face of fury with grace, highlighting inspiring examples like Congressman Dan Crenshaw’s appearance on Saturday Night Live.

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Unsolved Child Murders: Eighteen American Cases, 1956-1998 Audiobook

Unsolved Child Murders: Eighteen American Cases, 1956-1998

Author: Emily G. Thompson Narrator: Pamela Almand Release Date: January 2020

An estimated 800,000 children are reported missing each year in the United States. Only one in 10,000 are found dead. Yet unsolved child murders are almost a daily occurrence-of nearly 52,000 juvenile homicides between 1980 and 2008, more than 20 percent remain open. Drawing on FBI reports, police and court records, and interviews with victims' families, this book provides details and evidence for eighteen unsolved cases from 1956 to 1998.

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Conversations with Buddha: A Fictional Dialogue Based on Biographical Facts Audiobook

Conversations with Buddha: A Fictional Dialogue Based on Biographical Facts

Author: Joan Duncan Oliver Narrator: Manish Dongardive, Pamela Almand, Toni Frutin Release Date: November 2019

Imagined by one of the world's leading experts on Buddhism, this fictionalised conversation presents the essential biography of its famously wise founder.A relaxed chat with the Buddha tells us what he thought about impermanence, karma, mindfulness, compassion, love, and everything else that leads us toward a true understanding of ourselves and the cosmos.We know him as the Buddha, the 'Awakened One'. Born Siddhartha Gautama 2,500 years ago in northern India, he became one of the world's greatest spiritual leaders. He suffered as we do, then by his own efforts found the key to liberation from the bonds of desire, hatred and ignorance. As Westerners living in relative prosperity, we can identify with this man who had it all - love, success, money, talent, privilege - but set these things aside to search for something deeper and more enduring. This book presents an account of the Buddha's life followed by a series of plausible and illuminating but imagined conversations, which probe all aspects of his philosophy for living. The insights he conveys here offer us practical wisdom for a better life.

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