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Audiobooks Narrated by Rhett Samuel Price

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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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The Inside Game: Bad Calls, Strange Moves, and What Baseball Behavior Teaches Us About Ourselves Audiobook

The Inside Game: Bad Calls, Strange Moves, and What Baseball Behavior Teaches Us About Ourselves

Author: Keith Law Narrator: Rhett Samuel Price Release Date: April 2020

In this groundbreaking book, Keith Law, the ESPN baseball writer and author of the acclaimed Smart Baseball, offers an era-spanning dissection of some of the best and worst decisions in modern baseball, explaining what motivated them, what can be learned from them, and how their legacy has shaped the game. For years, Daniel Kahneman’s iconic work of behavioral science Thinking Fast and Slow has been required reading in front offices across Major League Baseball. In this smart, incisive, and eye-opening book, Keith Law applies Kahneman’s ideas about decision making to the game itself. Baseball is a sport of decisions. Some are so small and routine they become the building blocks of the game itself—what pitch to throw or when to swing away. Others are so huge they dictate the future of franchises—when to make a strategic trade for a chance to win now, or when to offer a millions and a multi-year contract for a twenty-eight-year-old star. These decisions have long shaped the behavior of players, managers, and entire franchises. But as those choices have become more complex and data-driven, knowing what’s behind them has become key to understanding the sport. This fascinating, revelatory work explores as never before the essential question: What were they thinking? Combining behavioral science and interviews with executives, managers, and players, Keith Law analyzes baseball’s biggest decision making successes and failures, looking at how gambles and calculated risks of all sizes and scales have shaped the sport, and how the game’s ongoing data revolution is rewriting decades of accepted decision making. In the process, he explores questions that have long been debated, from whether throwing harder really increases a player’s risk of serious injury to whether teams actually 'overvalue' trade prospects. Bringing his analytical and combative style to some of baseball’s longest running debates, Law deepens our knowledge of the sport in this entertaining work that is both fun and deeply informative.

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Educated for Freedom: The Incredible Story of Two Fugitive Schoolboys who Grew Up to Change a Nation Audiobook

Educated for Freedom: The Incredible Story of Two Fugitive Schoolboys who Grew Up to Change a Nation

Author: Anna Mae Duane Narrator: Rhett Samuel Price Release Date: January 2020

In the 1820s, few Americans could imagine a viable future for black children. Even abolitionists saw just two options for African American youth: permanent subjection or exile. Educated for Freedom tells the story of James McCune Smith and Henry Highland Garnet, two black children who came of age and into freedom as their country struggled to grow from a slave nation into a free country. Smith and Garnet met as schoolboys at the Mulberry Street New York African Free School, an educational experiment created by founding fathers who believed in freedom's power to transform the country. Smith and Garnet's achievements were near-miraculous in a nation that refused to acknowledge black talent or potential. The sons of enslaved mothers, these schoolboy friends would go on to travel the world, meet Revolutionary War heroes, publish in medical journals, address Congress, and speak before cheering crowds of thousands. The lessons they took from their days at the New York African Free School #2 shed light on how antebellum Americans viewed black children as symbols of America's possible future. The story of their lives, their work, and their friendship testifies to the imagination and activism of the free black community that shaped the national journey toward freedom.

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Specter of the Marsh Audiobook

Specter of the Marsh

Author: Linda Mooney Narrator: Rhett Samuel Price Release Date: January 2020

Alligator, Bear, Cougar, Deer, Eagle They found each other by accident. They became a team for life. When a string of small campsite robberies hits close to home, Ray Thomas 'Art' Crawford, of Bag It and Tag It Excursions, is asked to help FBI Agent and friend, Billie Crowne, investigate the possibility of drug runners. At the most recent site, it doesn't take Art long to spot something suspicious--paw prints. Big ones. Soon, reports of a black leopard on the loose reaches the group. Could the prints Art saw belong to the big cat? The guys take it upon themselves to find the animal before it gets hurt, or hurts someone. Being on the run most of her life, Rikki Leonard isn't quick to trust anyone. Growing up cursed as she was, she'd quickly learned to keep her secrets to herself, or risk pain, torture, and ridicule. Cornered in the swamp, can she trust the guys surrounding her? She soon realizes she's not alone in the world, and for the first time in her life, Rikki begins to feel safe. Cared for. But when her past tracks her down, she can't risk bringing danger to the lodge, so she does what she knows how to do best--run.

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Ghost Stories Audiobook

Ghost Stories

This is a special audio-only production! Turn down the lights. Let a candle flicker in the dark. Curl up for some spooky tales about ghosts and things unseen. This creepy collection of stories includes classic and modern spins on stories of the dead. There are tales of haunted houses, and haunted individuals. Of places that are beyond the realm of the ordinary. And, of course, the things that go bump in the night. Written by eleven talented writers and performed by engaging narrators. Stories include: "The House" by Tanya Eby. "Performed by Rhett Samuel Price. "She is by the Window" by Anthony Addis. Performed by Marni Coleman. "The Rabbit Hole" by Jack Soren. Performed by Hillary Huber. "Geiststurm" by MK Gibson. Performed by Kyle Tait. "Mr. Goat" by Matt Godfrey. Performed by Amy Landon. "Dreams In Black Static" by Ambrose Ibsen. Performed by Joe Hempel. "The Family Ghost" by Susan C. Hunter. Performed by Holly Palance. "Wendigo" by Molly Coyle. Performed by Lauren Ezzo. "The Clockmaker" by Beth Green. Performed by Danielle Cohen. "The Whimsy" by Petrea Burchard. Performed by Rachel Jacobs. "Starlight Mile" by David Hulegaard. Performed by Tim Campbell. Original artwork for the cover created by Molly Coyle. Produced by Blunder Woman Productions. Copyright 2019.

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How to Analyze People: A Guide to Personality Types, Human Behavior, Dark Psychology, Emotional Inte Audiobook

How to Analyze People: A Guide to Personality Types, Human Behavior, Dark Psychology, Emotional Inte

Author: Kimberly Moon, Matt Holden Narrator: Rhett Samuel Price Release Date: April 2019

If you’ve always wanted to learn more about yourself and discover how to analyze people, then pay attention... Two manuscripts in one audiobook: - How to Analyze People: Unlocking the Secrets of Personality Types, Body Language, The Dark Psychology of Human Behavior, Emotional Intelligence, Persuasion, Manipulation, and Speed-Reading People - Enneagram: An Essential Guide to Unlocking the 9 Personality Types to Increase Your Self-Awareness and Understand Other Personalities So You Can Build Better Relationships and Improve Communication In part 1 of this audiobook, you will learn about: -  How we connect - The art of a category - Looking inward - Human body's language - What humans hold inside - Intelligence - To convince the mind - Two-Sided coin - The science of quick-slicing - What it all means, and, much much more! Some of the topics covered in part 2 of this audiobook include: - The unique and far-reaching history of the Enneagram of Personality - Exploration of personality types  - Case examples for comparison - Ways to interpret your and others’ types - Communication styles of each of the types - How to improve your communication - How to use the Enneagram to build better relationships - Self-awareness and personality - Why we are the way we are - Childhood development and personality - How to reach the authentic self - How to have acceptance and kindness for yourself and others - Info on the triads, wings, and variants - Spiritual grounding in the Enneagram - Methods for solving problems - Coping skills, good and bad - Questions to ask yourself - Tips for self-realization, and much, much more If you want to learn more about how to analyze people and the enneagram, listen to this audiobook.

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How to Analyze People: Unlocking the Secrets of Personality Types, Body Language, the Dark Psycholog Audiobook

How to Analyze People: Unlocking the Secrets of Personality Types, Body Language, the Dark Psycholog

Author: Matt Holden Narrator: Rhett Samuel Price Release Date: March 2019

If you want to discover how to analyze people, then pay attention... In this audiobook, you will be exposed to ways of pulling back the masks of people and taking an interrogative look at the individuals that hide beneath them. We often find ourselves fascinated with the art of reading people, likely driven by our desire, our addiction to knowledge. And what can be more interesting and enrapturing to the human mind aside from another human mind? There are so many different kinds of people, and each individual within those categories acts for their own unique reasons with their own motivations. This audiobook is about being able to accurately estimate what context might be behind the way a person acts and how to use the skills you find in that process to aid in all other areas of your life, including personal and business relationships, and internal concepts you may have on a more philosophical level. Here’s just a tiny fraction of what you’ll discover: - How We Connect - The Art of a Category - Looking Inward - Human Body’s Language - What Humans Hold Inside - Intelligence - To Convince the Mind - Two-Sided Coin - The Science of Quick-Slicing - What It All Means - And, much much more!

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BloodLight: The Apocalypse of Robert Goldner Audiobook

BloodLight: The Apocalypse of Robert Goldner

Author: Harambee K. Grey-Sun Narrator: Rhett Samuel Price Release Date: June 2018

An African-American teenager's alienation is taken to the extreme in this cross-genre prequel to the Eve of Light series. An utterly surreal and bizarre work of Dark Metaphysical Fantasy.  Deep down, Robert Goldner knows he's a mistake. His mother told him so when he was just five years old. But he never found the courage to ask just what she meant before she was murdered under mysterious circumstances on his eleventh birthday.   Now, on the eve of his seventeenth birthday, Robert is dead set on becoming a Virginia high school state wrestling champion in order to redeem himself once and for all, reversing whatever curse his mother saw within him. One of the few blacks on a predominantly redneck team, Robert has struggled for years to remain clear-headed and independent in a school divided by race and conquered by cliques. But when something from Beyond takes possession of his body and mind, wrestling with his very soul, he may find his "birthday" to be a gateway to a horrifying truth about himself and the fundamental nature of Reality.  Incorporating several subgenres of horror--including body, psychological, extreme, metaphysical, and weird--BloodLight is not for the casual reader. Strongly recommended for those already familiar with the Eve of Light series.

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