Audiobooks Narrated by Paul Woodson

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  1. The Silence of Scheherazade Audiobook The Silence of Scheherazade
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  2. Think Big: Take Small Steps and Build the Future You Want Audiobook Think Big: Take Small Steps and Build the Future You Want
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  3. Appetite: A Memoir in Recipes of Family and Food Audiobook Appetite: A Memoir in Recipes of Family and Food
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  4. A Line to Kill: from the global bestselling author of Moonflower Murders Audiobook A Line to Kill: from the global bestselling author of Moonflower Murders
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  5. Such a Quiet Place Audiobook Such a Quiet Place
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  6. 1979 Audiobook 1979
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  7. The Reckoning: America's Trauma and Finding a Way to Heal Audiobook The Reckoning: America's Trauma and Finding a Way to Heal
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  8. Land of Big Numbers Audiobook Land of Big Numbers
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  9. Gene Keys: Embracing Your Higher Purpose Audiobook Gene Keys: Embracing Your Higher Purpose
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  10. What We Find Audiobook What We Find
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Germany: A Nation in Its Time: Before, During, and After Nationalism, 1500-2000 Audiobook

Germany: A Nation in Its Time: Before, During, and After Nationalism, 1500-2000

Author: Helmut Walser Smith Narrator: Paul Woodson Release Date: August 2021

For nearly a century, historians have depicted Germany as a rabidly nationalist land, born in a sea of aggression. Not so, says Helmut Walser Smith, who, in this groundbreaking 500-year history challenges traditional perceptions of Germany's conflicted past, revealing a nation far more thematically complicated than twentieth-century historians have imagined. Contrary to widespread perception, the people who first described Germany were pacific in temperament, and the pernicious ideology of German nationalism would only enter into the nation's history centuries later. Tracing the significant tension between the idea of the nation and the ideology of its nationalism, Smith shows a nation constantly reinventing itself and explains how radical nationalism ultimately turned Germany into a genocidal nation. Smith's aim, then, is nothing less than to redefine our understanding of Germany: Is it essentially a bellicose nation that murdered over six million people? Or a pacific, twenty-first-century model of tolerant democracy? Smith recreates the national euphoria that accompanied the beginning of World War I, followed by the existential despair caused by Germany's shattering defeat. This psychic devastation would simultaneously produce both the modernist glories of the Bauhaus and the meteoric rise of the Nazi party.

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Hitler's Jet Plane: The ME 262 Story Audiobook

Hitler's Jet Plane: The ME 262 Story

Author: Mano Ziegler Narrator: Paul Woodson Release Date: July 2021

The first operational military jet in the world, towards the end of the Second World War the Me 262 was to be the German 'miracle weapon.' Mano Ziegler was involved from its inception and contributed to the design, testing, training, and even served in it operationally. Could the Me 262 have broken the Allied supremacy in the air? Why did it take so long to come into service and why were hundreds of German pilots sacrificed in developing it? Why did the Me 262 prove not to be the unparalleled success claimed by Goering and why were German cities left dangerously exposed against Allied bombing campaigns? These are only some of the important questions this book answers. Hitler's Jet Plane fills an important gap in the history of the Luftwaffe and of aviation in general with new research which discloses how the first military jet plane failed to make its mark on World War II.

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All Things Must Pass Away: Harrison, Clapton, and Other Assorted Love Songs Audiobook

All Things Must Pass Away: Harrison, Clapton, and Other Assorted Love Songs

Author: Jason Kruppa, Kenneth Womack Narrator: Paul Woodson Release Date: July 2021

George Harrison and Eric Clapton shared a legendary and tumultuous friendship that shaped not only their respective lives and careers but the shifting face of rock itself in the early 1970s. All Things Must Pass Away traces that friendship from its earliest roots in 1964, when Beatles-averse blues-rocker Eric met George backstage at the Hammersmith Odeon, through the messy trials of Clapton's affair with Harrison's wife, Pattie Boyd, to the turn of the century, as the two elder statesmen of rock traded honors during Harrison's final days. But at the heart of the story are the November 1970 releases of All Things Must Pass, Harrison's powerful emancipatory statement in the wake of the Beatles' dissolution, and Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs, Clapton's impassioned reimagining of his art via Derek and the Dominos. Authors Womak and Kruppa interrogate these two iconic albums, from inspiration to studio sessions to legacies, and unearth new perspectives on Harrison and Clapton and they way their musicianship and songwriting advanced rock 'n' roll from a windswept 1960s idealism into the wild and expansive new reality of the 1970s. Drawing on a mountain of archival material and featuring new research, All Things Must Pass Away sweeps aside the myths in favor of a richly detailed exploration of these two remarkable albums and the men who made them.

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The Reason for the Darkness of the Night: Edgar Allan Poe and the Forging of American Science Audiobook

The Reason for the Darkness of the Night: Edgar Allan Poe and the Forging of American Science

Author: John Tresch Narrator: Paul Woodson Release Date: June 2021

Decade after decade, Edgar Allan Poe remains one of the most popular American writers. He is beloved around the world for his pioneering detective fiction, tales of horror, and haunting, atmospheric verse. But what if there was another side to the man who wrote 'The Raven' and 'The Fall of the House of Usher'? In The Reason for the Darkness of the Night, John Tresch offers a bold new biography of a writer whose short, tortured life continues to fascinate. Shining a spotlight on an era when the lines separating entertainment, speculation, and scientific inquiry were blurred, Tresch reveals Poe's obsession with science and lifelong ambition to advance and question human knowledge. He remained an avid and often combative commentator on new discoveries, publishing and hustling in literary scenes that also hosted the era's most prominent scientists, semi-scientists, and pseudo-intellectual rogues. Tresch shows that Poe lived, thought, and suffered surrounded by science-and that many of his most renowned and imaginative works can best be understood in its company. Pursuing extraordinary conjectures and a unique aesthetic vision, he remained a figure of explosive contradiction: he gleefully exposed the hoaxes of the era's scientific fraudsters even as he perpetrated hoaxes himself.

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Stalin in Power: The Revolution from Above, 1928-1941 Audiobook

Stalin in Power: The Revolution from Above, 1928-1941

Author: Robert C. Tucker Narrator: Paul Woodson Release Date: May 2021

In 1929, Stalin plunged Soviet Russia into a coercive 'revolution from above,' a decade-long effort to amass military-industrial power for a new war. He forced twenty-five million peasant families into state-run collectives and transformed the Communist Party into a servile instrument. In 1939, he concluded the pact with Hitler that enabled him to grasp at Eastern Europe while Hitler made war in the West. This book forms the second volume of Robert C. Tucker's biography of Joseph Stalin, following Stalin as Revolutionary. The author shows that Stalin was a Bolshevik of the radical right whose revolution cast the country deep into its imperial, autocratic past. Tucker brings a fresh analysis to these events and to the terror of the 1930s, revealing the motives and methods of what he calls the greatest murder mystery of this century.

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My Scot, My Surrender Audiobook

My Scot, My Surrender

Author: Amalie Howard, Angie Morgan Narrator: Paul Woodson Release Date: May 2021

SCOTLAND, 1819. Brandt Montgomery Pierce is a bastard-and proud of it. Raised by the Duke of Bradburne, Brandt enjoys an uncommon life of privilege. Despite the mystery surrounding his birth, he has wealth and opportunity, and wants nothing more. Especially not a wife. Lady Sorcha Maclaren, the fiery and scarred daughter of Laird Maclaren, the Duke of Dunrannoch, is desperate to avoid marriage to a loathsome marquess at any cost . . . even if it means risking a kiss with a handsome stranger at a Scottish border festival. But after an innocent kiss turns into a scandalously public embrace, Sorcha and Brandt get more than they bargained for-a swift trip to the altar. When danger chases them into the Highlands, and deceit threatens to tear them apart, their only hope will be to surrender . . . to each other. Contains mature themes.

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Stalin as Revolutionary 1879-1929: A Study in History and Personality Audiobook

Stalin as Revolutionary 1879-1929: A Study in History and Personality

Author: Robert C. Tucker Narrator: Paul Woodson Release Date: April 2021

The first of two biographical volumes, Professor Robert C. Tucker covers Stalin's life from his first revolutionary years until the end of the 1920s. This important period of his life is the key to understanding how a dictator is formed and how his cruel totalitarian regime was born. With an in-depth analysis of Stalin's personality and beliefs-set against a historical examination of Soviet society-this captivating book helps us to understand how and why Stalinism occurred. Examining the events that led up to one of the 20th century's most devastating spectacles, Stalin as Revolutionary is an intelligent and informative take on this terrifying political figure.

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My Hellion, My Heart Audiobook

My Hellion, My Heart

Author: Amalie Howard, Angie Morgan Narrator: Paul Woodson Release Date: April 2021

Lord Henry Radcliffe, the scarred but sinfully sexy Earl of Langlevit, is a beast. The only way Henry can exorcise the demons of his war-ravaged past is through intense physicality. In and out of bed. An endeavor that has no shortage of willing participants. Intent on scandalizing London, Princess Irina Volkonsky is a hellion and every gentleman's deepest desire . . . except for one. Irina knows better than to provoke the wickedly forbidding earl, but she will stop at nothing short of ruination to win the heart of the only man she's ever loved. But when one scandalous kiss makes dangerous passions ignite, neither of them can fight their sizzling attraction. When a sinister plot emerges to threaten them both, they will have to fight one last battle, this time for the ultimate prize . . . love. Contains mature themes.

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What a Scot Wants Audiobook

What a Scot Wants

Author: Amalie Howard, Angie Morgan Narrator: Paul Woodson Release Date: March 2021

Highlander Ronan Maclaren must marry, but he's in no particular hurry. He's perfectly happy as the laird of his clan, running the Maclaren Whisky Distillery, and besides, he just hasn't found the right woman. Lady Imogen Kinley has cleverly avoided wedlock for years. Men, she has learned from painful experience, are not to be trusted. Determined to remain independent, she takes an indecent amount of pleasure in making herself as unattractive to potential suitors as possible. When desperate measures are taken by their parents and a betrothal contract is signed, it's loathing at first sight. They each vow to make the other cry off-by any means necessary. But what starts out as a battle of wits . . . quickly dissolves into a battle of wills. Contains mature themes.

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Tales of Pain and Wonder Audiobook

Tales of Pain and Wonder

This collection of twenty-two short stories by the author of Daughter of Hounds and Alabaster firmly established Caitlín R. Kiernan as one of the preeminent voices in dark fantasy today. Through a cycle of interconnected narratives, Kiernan unflinchingly explores a surreal world where the fantastic and the mundane are never separated by more than the insubstantial thickness of a shadow. From the murderous backstreets of New Orleans to an abandoned shipyard of the Hudson River, from sun-weary Los Angeles to a maze of dank and forgotten tunnels beneath Manhattan, these stories present a landscape at once alien and undeniably familiar.

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A Lord for the Lass Audiobook

A Lord for the Lass

Author: Amalie Howard, Angie Morgan Narrator: Paul Woodson Release Date: February 2021

Lady Makenna Maclaren Brodie is on the run from her clan for the death of her husband and laird. Even though she is innocent, she and her maid run to the only safe place she knows . . . and right into the arms of the handsome French lord she'd met a year ago. But another man in her life is the last thing she wants or needs. An unapologetic rake, Lord Julien Leclerc is focused on one thing-expanding his empire and increasing his fortune. Everything else is a distraction, including women. However, when the widowed Makenna arrives on his doorstep in the Highlands, all bets are off. She wants nothing to do with men. He's sworn off all women. But with danger looming, the only safe haven may be each other's arms. Contains mature themes.

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My Darling, My Disaster Audiobook

My Darling, My Disaster

Author: Amalie Howard, Angie Morgan Narrator: Paul Woodson Release Date: February 2021

Lord Graham Findlay, the shamelessly virile Viscount Northridge, has a disgraceful secret, one he'll do anything to hide. Holding his passions at bay, Gray has sworn off the fairer sex. But when temptation comes in the form of an intriguing woman he cannot easily avoid, Gray's integrity-and his most depraved desires-are put to the ultimate test. Self-assured and carefree Princess Svetlanka Volkonsky never dreamed she would one day become a lady's maid to avoid a dangerous traitor. But danger also comes in many guises, especially in the sinful and devastatingly attractive lord of the manor who introduces her to a world of singular pleasure. When Lana's past emerges to threaten the life and the false identity she's built in England, she and Gray find themselves falling into a tangled web of lies and intrigue . . . and the last place either of them expected to fall . . . in love. Contains mature themes.

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