Audiobooks Narrated by Paul Woodson

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  1. It Happened One Summer: A Novel Audiobook It Happened One Summer: A Novel
  2. The Viscount Who Loved Me Audiobook The Viscount Who Loved Me
  3. Manifest: The Sunday Times bestseller that will change your life Audiobook Manifest: The Sunday Times bestseller that will change your life
  4. The Dark Queens: The Bloody Rivalry that Forged the Medieval World Audiobook The Dark Queens: The Bloody Rivalry that Forged the Medieval World
  5. The Dictionary of Lost Words Audiobook The Dictionary of Lost Words
  6. The Match: From the #1 bestselling creator of the hit Netflix series Stay Close Audiobook The Match: From the #1 bestselling creator of the hit Netflix series Stay Close
  7. Arsenic and Adobo Audiobook Arsenic and Adobo
  8. The Cabinet Audiobook The Cabinet
  9. The Night Circus Audiobook The Night Circus
  10. Open Mind Audiobook Open Mind
The Pirates Laffite: The Treacherous World of the Corsairs of the Gulf Audiobook

The Pirates Laffite: The Treacherous World of the Corsairs of the Gulf

Author: William C. Davis Narrator: Paul Woodson Release Date: February 2022

An 'engrossing and exciting' account of legendary New Orleans privateers Pierre and Jean Laffite and their adventures along the Gulf Coast (Booklist, starred review). At large during the most colorful period in New Orleans's history, from just after the Louisiana Purchase through the War of 1812, privateers Jean and Pierre Laffite made life hell for Spanish merchants on the Gulf. Pirates to the US Navy officers who chased them, heroes to the private citizens who shopped for contraband at their well-publicized auctions, the brothers became important members of a filibustering syndicate that included lawyers, bankers, merchants, and corrupt US officials. But this allegiance didn't stop the Laffites from becoming paid Spanish spies, disappearing into the fog of history after selling out their own associates. William C. Davis uncovers the truth about two men who made their names synonymous with piracy and intrigue on the Gulf.

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A Spy At The Highland Court Audiobook

A Spy At The Highland Court

Author: Celeste Barclay Narrator: Paul Woodson Release Date: February 2022

An English knight with a Scottish heart . . . Dedric Hartley wants to make a new life in Scotland after years of service to King Edward I, but the English king insists on one last mission. When Dedric is sent to spy on his mother's clan, the MacLellans, the knight is forced to choose between the oath he swore to the man who stole him from his clan and the country that calls him home but where he knows no one. A Scottish lass in love with an English knight . . . Isabella Dunbar has served Robert the Bruce's court for eight years as a lady-in-waiting and a peace offering from her border laird father to a king he once challenged. When Isabella has two chance meetings with Dedric, they recognize an undeniable attraction that could place them both in danger. Questionable allegiances threaten to drive a wedge between the young couple as their lives take them back to the Scottish-English border and into the heart of a war for Scottish independence. Will either side accept their union, or will a battle between two kings tear them apart? Contains mature themes.

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Head Case Audiobook

Head Case

Author: Michael Wiley Narrator: Paul Woodson Release Date: February 2022

Chicago private investigator Sam Kelson uncovers more than he bargained for when he investigates a series of suspicious deaths at the Clement Memorial Hospital. 'My friend, this place is killing people.' While in the hospital recuperating from a gunshot wound, Chicago PI Sam Kelson is approached by a nurse who's troubled by three recent deaths. No pattern, no connection-except that three patients died when they shouldn't have. Initially skeptical, Kelson starts asking questions-and the more he uncovers, the clearer it becomes that something isn't right. What exactly has been going on at Clement Memorial Hospital? Has someone been killing patients? If so, why? As Kelson digs deeper, he comes to realize that someone is determined to prevent him finding out the truth. Whatever it takes.

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A Rake At The Highland Court Audiobook

A Rake At The Highland Court

Author: Celeste Barclay Narrator: Paul Woodson Release Date: February 2022

Can a lady-in-waiting resist the pressure to marry a stranger? Traumatized from an attack, Cairstine is determined never to marry and never to be subjected to a man's control. But one obstacle stands in her way: her younger sister can't marry the man she loves until Cairstine marries first. When Cairstine's father refuses to consider her choice to become a nun, can Cairstine convince an unsuspecting friend to pose as her betrothed? Can a renowned rake reform his ways in time to protect a lady-in-waiting he never thought he would befriend? Eoin Grant watched his twin brother, Ewan, fall in love and marry. When Cairstine Grant blindsides him with a proposition to pretend to be her betrothed, Eoin realizes a real future with Cairstine might be better than pretend. Can he convince Cairstine to trust him enough to see a future together? Can a relationship based upon a falsehood grow into something real? Eoin's conscience demands he help Cairstine when she asks for his help, but he's not certain he can live with a lie that might tear apart his heart. When danger and necessity force them to decide, Eoin and Cairstine discover playing pretend isn't just for children. Contains mature themes.

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Aeson: Blue Audiobook

Aeson: Blue

Author: Vera Nazarian Narrator: Paul Woodson Release Date: December 2021

Aeson's secrets revealed at last! Before Gwen won Aeson's heart . . . Before they joined forces to protect two planets and humanity itself . . . Aeson faced death on his own. And lost. Young Imperial Crown Prince Aeson Kassiopei. Intelligent, well-educated, perfectly isolated in his lofty rank, responsibilities, and privilege of the divine Imperial Dynasty. He's the most powerful boy on Atlantis and he's going into the real world for the very first time . . . Now just another student in Fleet Cadet School, Aeson must learn everything other people take for granted-including the basics of how to look after himself, how to interact with others his age, how to laugh, and how to make friends. As if that wasn't enough to boggle the mind of a confident but shy boy who's never had a real conversation with anyone but his mother, Aeson has one more lesson ahead . . . what it's like to fall in love. Get inside Aeson's mind and learn his story from the inside out as he forms the bonds that will change him forever-with Elikara, Xelio, Oalla, Keruvat, Erita, and other favorite Atlantean characters, long before they took to the stars as astra daimon!

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The True Story of the Great Escape: Stalag Luft III, March 1944 Audiobook

The True Story of the Great Escape: Stalag Luft III, March 1944

Author: Jonathan F. Vance Narrator: Paul Woodson Release Date: December 2021

The real history behind the classic war movie and the men who plotted the daring escape from a Nazi POW camp. Between dusk and dawn on the night of March 24th-25th 1944, a small army of Allied soldiers crawled through tunnels in Germany in a covert operation the likes of which the Third Reich had never seen. The prison break from Stalag Luft III in eastern Germany was the largest of its kind in the Second World War. Seventy-nine Allied soldiers and airmen made it outside the wire-but only three made it outside Nazi Germany. Fifty were executed by the Gestapo. In this book Jonathan Vance tells the incredible story that was made famous by the 1963 film The Great Escape. It is a classic tale of prisoners and their wardens in a battle of wits and wills. The brilliantly conceived escape plan is overshadowed only by the colorful, daring (and sometimes very funny) crew who executed it-literally under the noses of German guards. From the men's first days in Stalag Luft III and the forming of bonds among them, to the tunnel building, amazing escape, and eventual capture, Vance's history is a vivid, compelling look at one of the greatest 'exfiltration' missions of all time.

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The Accidental Duke Audiobook

The Accidental Duke

Author: Barbara Devlin Narrator: Paul Woodson Release Date: November 2021

What happens when the Mad Matchmakers of Waterloo join forces to find wives for each other? Delectable chaos. And no woman in London is safe. A WOUNDED WARRIOR . . . British Army Major Anthony Erasmus Hildebrand Bartlett, 7th Marquess of Rockingham, returns to London a tortured soul after losing an arm at Waterloo. Suffering incomprehensible terror from his wartime experiences, or what is referred to as nostalgia, Anthony is now the sole heir to a dukedom and a betrothal he doesn't want. He wishes he died on the front lines with his elder brother, and the last thing he needs is a wife. Can Anthony find the will to live again? A RELUCTANT DEBUTANTE . . . Lady Arabella is not so sanguine about her prospects, because she doesn't want to marry anyone. That Anthony is injured and may be mad is the least of her concerns. Smart and perceptive, she sees through the tormented soldier's pain, offering comfort and support that reaches through the fog to awaken him, and she is drawn to her fiance. When the duke imprisons Anthony in an asylum, Arabella must rely on her wit and wisdom to free the man she loves.

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The Scavenger Door Audiobook

The Scavenger Door

Author: Suzanne Palmer Narrator: Paul Woodson Release Date: November 2021

Fergus is back on Earth at last, trying to figure out how to live a normal life. However, it seems the universe has other plans for him. When his cousin sends him off to help out a friend, Fergus accidently stumbles across a piece of an ancient alien artifact that some very powerful people seem to think means the entire solar system is in danger. And since he's the one who found it, they're certain it's also his problem to deal with. With the help of his newfound sister, friends both old and new, and some enemies, too, Fergus needs to find the rest of the artifact and destroy the pieces before anyone can reassemble the original and open a multidimensional door between Earth and a vast, implacable, alien swarm. Problem is, the pieces could be anywhere on Earth, and he's not the only one out searching.

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Dying Every Day: Seneca at the Court of Nero Audiobook

Dying Every Day: Seneca at the Court of Nero

Author: James S. Romm Narrator: Paul Woodson Release Date: October 2021

James Romm seamlessly weaves together the life and written words, the moral struggles, political intrigue, and bloody vengeance that enmeshed Seneca the Younger in the twisted imperial family and the perverse, paranoid regime of Emperor Nero, despot and madman. Romm writes that Seneca watched over Nero as teacher, moral guide, and surrogate father, and, at seventeen, when Nero abruptly ascended to become emperor of Rome, Seneca became, with Nero, the ruler of the Roman Empire. We see how Seneca was able to control his young student, how, under Seneca's influence, Nero ruled with intelligence and moderation, banned capital punishment, reduced taxes, gave slaves the right to file complaints against their owners, pardoned prisoners arrested for sedition. But with time, as Nero grew vain and disillusioned, Seneca was unable to hold sway over the emperor, and between Nero's mother, Agrippina and Nero's father, how long could the young Nero have been contained? Dying Every Day is a portrait of Seneca's moral struggle in the midst of madness and excess. As Nero's adviser, Seneca was presented with a more complex set of choices, as the only man capable of summoning the better aspect of Nero's nature, yet, remaining at Nero's side and colluding in the evil regime he created.

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Nydeired Audiobook


Author: Kristian Alva Narrator: Paul Woodson Release Date: October 2021

The mighty white dragon, Nydeired, has chosen Chusi, a sapphire-blue female, as his lifemate. Years ago, Chusi was taken prisoner by outlaws and held captive, forced to compete in a brutal fighting ring. Unable to fly because of a wing deformity, Chusi escaped her captors, but her kidnappers remained unpunished. Now, Nydeired and Elias have learned the location of Blackgut, the notorious criminal who held Chusi captive. Side by side, Nydeired and Elias plan to settle the score, but will they be able to defeat the vicious Blackgut, or will they place themselves in mortal danger?  This is the third book in Dragon Stone Adventures, a story set in the bestselling Dragon Stone universe. This book can be read on its own or as part of the series.

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A Promise of Storms Audiobook

A Promise of Storms

Author: J.R. Rasmussen Narrator: Paul Woodson Release Date: October 2021

At the cusp of the final battle, one man stands ready. Or not. War looms on the horizon. The fates of mankind and dragonkind alike hang in the balance. And as tensions rise and allegiances shift, someone dear to Griffin is taken by the enemy. Desperate, Griffin embarks on a rescue mission into hostile territory, where old grudges bring new dangers, and legendary monsters come to life. But even if he succeeds, it won't be enough. If he's to stop the redwings once and for all, Griffin must reach across the sea, beyond the grave, and into perhaps the most frightening place of all: his own heart. He thought nothing could be more hazardous than a dragon. He's about to find out how wrong he was.

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Empire and Jihad: The Anglo-Arab Wars of 1870-1920 Audiobook

Empire and Jihad: The Anglo-Arab Wars of 1870-1920

Author: Neil Faulkner Narrator: Paul Woodson Release Date: September 2021

A panoramic, provocative account of the clash between British imperialism and Arab jihadism in Africa between 1870 and 1920 The Ottoman Sultan called for a 'Great Jihad' against the Entente powers at the start of the First World War. He was building on half a century of conflict between British colonialism and the people of the Middle East and North Africa. Resistance to Western violence increasingly took the form of radical Islamic insurgency. Ranging from the forests of Central Africa to the deserts of Egypt, Sudan, and Somaliland, Neil Faulkner explores a fatal collision between two forms of oppression, one rooted in the ancient slave trade, the other in modern 'coolie' capitalism. He reveals the complex interactions between anti-slavery humanitarianism, British hostility to embryonic Arab nationalism, 'war on terror' moral panics, and Islamist revolt. Far from being an enduring remnant of the medieval past, or an essential expression of Muslim identity, Faulkner argues that 'Holy War' was a reactionary response to the violence of modern imperialism.

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