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We'll Meet Again: The romantic new novel from Sunday Times bestselling author Anton Du Beke Audiobook

We'll Meet Again: The romantic new novel from Sunday Times bestselling author Anton Du Beke

Author: Anton Du Beke Narrator: Thomas Judd Release Date: November 2021

London, 1939. 'Downton with dance, perfect' Santa Montefiore As war is declared once more, a shadow falls over Britain. The staff at the luxurious Buckingham hotel must do all that they can to keep their important guests happy, but behind the scenes they are scared. Away from the glitz and the glamour of the ballroom they must face this new reality. Newlywed Nancy knows that her brave husband, debonair dancer Raymond de Guise will want to fight for his country and enlist. She loves and supports him but is heartbroken at the thought of them being apart, and the dangers he will face. With a new hotel manager at the helm, no one knows what the future holds but as fashionable society retreats from London and staff depart to sign up for service, one thing is for certain; life at the Buckingham will never be the same again . . .

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The Armchair General: Can You Defeat the Nazis? Audiobook

The Armchair General: Can You Defeat the Nazis?

Author: John Buckley Narrator: Rupert Farley, Thomas Judd Release Date: October 2021

Brought to you by Penguin. Re-write the course of WWII with this revolutionary new approach to history. Take the chair of Winston Churchill and other leaders. Make the decisions that will change the war - and the world. What might have happened if Poland was never invaded? Or if Hiroshima never happened? Or if the great evacuation at Dunkirk was scrapped? Would the war have turned out differently? Would Hitler have won? ARMCHAIR GENERAL airdrops you the reader into the key historical moments and turning points of WWII - from the outbreak of war to D-Day - and thrusts you into the role of decision-maker. Taking the chair of Winston Churchill, Field Marshal Montgomery, General Eisenhower and other leaders and soldiers from the Allied Forces, you will be primed with the contemporaneous intelligence that real leaders would have been presented with during the war - including maps and secret dossiers. Once you have examined the evidence, you the reader will then have to make key decisions that have the power to affect the war - and the fate of history. How far should you parachute behind enemy lines? Should you fight on or try to make peace? Will you send more troops in or hold them back? Do you wait or do you act? Each decision will take you to an alternate chapter in the book, and to either the truth, or to an alternate but highly plausible new reality. Written by John Buckley, professor of Military History and expert on strategy and war gaming, this book revisits the past in forensic and fascinating detail so that you can learn how every small action (or inaction) can create a whole different history. Will your decisions follow the same course as WWII? Or will you create a new future? 'An original and exciting approach ... John Buckley is one of our very finest historians of the Second World War and there is absolutely no-one better placed to examine the key decisions that were made. Adds enormously to our understanding of the conflict.' JAMES HOLLAND, bestselling author of Normandy '44 'John Buckley's book is a reminder that history, when it's happening, far from being long ago and set in stone, is a never-ending now, a relentless and endless present that comes without the luxury of hindsight' AL MURRAY © John Buckley 2021 (P) Penguin Audio 2021

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Classic Hallowe'en Stories Audiobook

Classic Hallowe'en Stories

Author: Tba Narrator: Imogen Church, Robert G. Slade, Samuel West, Thomas Judd Release Date: September 2021

As the nights draw in and Halloween is just around the corner, what better to listen to than this collection of seriously spooky stories about ghosts, ghouls and things that go bump in the night. Read to you by an ensemble cast of unforgettable readers - including Imogen Church, Samuel West, Thomas Judd and Robert G. Slade. Ghost stories became hugely popular during the nineteenth century and the Victorians became the masters of the genre. This deliciously chilling collection of Classic Hallowe'en Stories includes authors such as Charles Dickens, Edith Wharton, Edgar Allen Poe, Mary Cholmondeley, Mary E Wilkins Freeman and M. R. James. So dim the lights, close the curtains and revel in the frisson of fear from these most chilling of anecdotes. The stories included are: Lost Hearts by M. R. James The Phantom Coach by Amelia B. Edwards A Far Away Melody by Mary E Wilkins Freeman Bone to His Bone by E. G. Swain The Truth, the Whole Truth, and Nothing but the Truth by Rhoda Broughton The Signalman by Charles Dickins The Cold Embrace by Mary E Braddon The Monkey's Paw by W. W. Jacobs The Eyes by Edith Wharton The Nature of Evidence by May Sinclair The Little Ghost by Hugh Walpole The Furnished Room by O Henry Let Loose by Mary Cholmondeley

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Wulf's Bane Audiobook

Wulf's Bane

Author: Joseph Delaney Narrator: Thomas Judd Release Date: August 2021

Brought to you by Penguin. The next thrilling and magical adventure set in the multi million copy bestselling world of The Spook's Apprentice. Wulf has left behind his life in the monastery and is now the Apprentice to Spook Johnson, assisting him in protecting the County from denizens of the dark - which mainly involves Wulf acting as bait. But Wulf is captured by Hrothgar, a giant with abilities to conjure subservient creatures - or tulpas - from his imagination. And he strongly suspects that Wulf has these abilities too . . . Wulf begrudgingly begins training with his new master, but meanwhile, something dangerous is afoot in the County. Wulf's old friends, Tom and Alice, have been imprisoned by an all-powerful witch and her brain sucking minions. And together with Tilda, Tom and Alice's daughter, he needs to rescue them from Circe's enchanted lair before it's too late... © Joseph Delaney 2020 (P) Penguin Audio 2021

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Brother Wulf Audiobook

Brother Wulf

Author: Joseph Delaney Narrator: Thomas Judd Release Date: August 2021

Brought to you by Penguin. When young novice monk Brother Beowulf is sent to spy on Spook Johnson, he has no idea of the trouble he's about to find himself in. Johnson boasts to Wulf of his battles against demonic creatures, and even seems to imprisons local witches, though Wulf is sceptical - not least because the church has taught him that Spooks are a force for evil, and not to be trusted. But then the monsters Johnson claims to fight turn out to be very real indeed, and soon Wulf is forced to seek help from another young Spook, Tom Ward, who terrifies and charms him in equal measure. But the forces of the dark are many, and it's not long until Wulf and Tom realise they've bitten off far more than they can chew. A horrifying new enemy is rising - and only Wulf can stop it. © Joseph Delaney 2020 (P) Penguin Audio 2021

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The Unknown Ajax Audiobook

The Unknown Ajax

Author: Georgette Heyer Narrator: Thomas Judd Release Date: August 2021

Brought to you by Penguin. Miles from anywhere, the isolated mansion Darracott Place is presided over by the irascible Lord Darracott. The recent drowning of his eldest son has done nothing to improve his temper. For now he must send for the unknown offspring of the uncle whom the family are never permitted to mention. Yet none of that beleaguered family are prepared for the arrival of the weaver's brat and heir apparent ... Yet again Georgette Heyer shows the qualities that made her one of the most successful and best-loved romantic novelists of her age, and why her popularity endures to this day. 'Absolutely delicious tales of Regency heroes. . . Utter, immersive escapism' SOPHIE KINSELLA 'One of my perennial comfort authors. Heyer's books are as incisively witty and quietly subversive as any of Jane Austen's' JOANNE HARRIS 'Heart-stoppingly gorgeous' HARRIET EVANS 'Georgette Heyer is second to none' SUNDAY TIMES © Georgette Heyer 1959 (P) Penguin Audio 2021

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The Noise Audiobook

The Noise

Brought to you by Penguin. Terror has a new sound . . . and it comes from the darkest corners of James Patterson's imagination. A gigantic explosion rips through a town in the shadow of Oregon's Mt Hood. The community is almost annihilated. The only survivors are young sisters Sophie and Tennant Riggin. How they lived is a mystery. But it's a mystery that a team of elite government investigators is bent on solving. Sent to research the fallout and the girls - why did only they survive? - they secretly hold conflicting objectives. For Dr Martha Chan, a psychologist who analyses large-scale medical emergencies: study them. For Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Fraser, a career military leader with an inherent mistrust of civilians: contain them. But as the phenomenon threatens to ripple across the Pacific Northwest, it also threatens to topple the chain of command. Dr Chan and Lieutenant Colonel Fraser are caught between the perpetrators of the threat - and those who have the power to survive it. © James Patterson 2021 (P) Penguin Audio 2021

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The Therapist Audiobook

The Therapist

Author: B. A. Paris Narrator: Olivia Dowd, Thomas Judd Release Date: April 2021

TELL ME YOUR SECRETS… ‘Tense and compulsive’ Louise Candlish, bestselling author of The Other Passenger ‘Suspicion, betrayal and dark secrets abound’ TM Logan, bestselling author of The Catch ‘A delicious web of lies’ Jane Corry, bestselling author of I Made a Mistake When Alice and Leo move into a newly renovated house in The Circle, a gated community of exclusive houses, it is everything they’ve dreamed of. But appearances can be deceptive… As Alice is getting to know her neighbours, she discovers a devastating, grisly secret about her new home, and begins to feel a strong connection with Nina, the therapist who lived there before. Alice becomes obsessed with trying to piece together what happened two years before. But no one wants to talk about it. Her neighbours are keeping secrets and things are not as perfect as they seem… The million-copy Sunday Times bestselling author B A Paris returns to her heartland of gripping psychological suspense in this powerful tale of a house that holds a shocking secret. Praise for The Therapist: ‘Alice’s smart new home in The Circle comes with a nightmarish secret in B A Paris’s tense and compulsive new thriller – I gobbled it up in two sittings’ Louise Candlish ‘Suspicion, betrayal and dark secrets abound in this tense story – all hidden just beneath the surface of a seemingly perfect suburban life’ TM Logan ‘A delicious web of lies. Be prepared for your head to spin and your fingers to fly!’ Jane Corry ‘B A Paris is the queen of psychological thrillers and her latest does not disappoint’ My Weekly ‘This spooky thriller with excellent twists and a really fast-paced shock finale’ Heat ‘Totally hooked. Completely gripping’ Mel McGrath ‘A propulsive and deliciously dark page-turner. Perfectly paced and tightly plotted’ Lucy Clarke ‘Domestic suspense at its very best. An aspirational setting, an unsolved crime, a plethora of suspects and twisted allegiances at every turn … I loved it’ Caz Frear ‘Tense and suspenseful … a delicious slice of suburban noir shot through with secrets, lies, paranoia and the unsettling claustrophobia of a staunchly closed community’ Kia Abdullah

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How To Save A Life Audiobook

How To Save A Life

Author: Eva Carter Narrator: Joshua Akehurst, Thomas Judd, Yolanda Kettle Release Date: April 2021

A heart stops. Their story starts. Praise for Eva Carter's How to Save a Life: 'I couldn't put it down until I reached the final page' Beth O'Leary, author of The Flatshare 'A sweeping, brave, epic love story. I was hooked from the very first page' Josie Silver, author of One Day in December Sometimes saving a life is only the start of the story . . . It’s nearly midnight on the eve of the millennium when eighteen-year-old Joel’s heart stops. A school friend, Kerry, performs CPR for almost twenty exhausting minutes, ultimately saving Joel’s life, while her best friend Tim freezes, unable to help. That moment of life and death changes the course of all three lives over the next two decades: each time Kerry, Joel and Tim believe they’ve found love, discovered their vocation, or simply moved on, their lives collide again. . . . Because bravery isn’t just about life or death decisions; it’s also about how to keep on living afterwards.

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Pregnant Then Screwed Audiobook

Pregnant Then Screwed

AN EYE-OPENING EXPLORATION OF MODERN MOTHERHOOD PACKED WITH PRACTICAL ADVICE ON NAVIGATING DISCRIMINATION IN THE WORKPLACE 'It's the book that proves working mothers are shamefully mistreated' - Daily Mail 'Brearley's book leaves no stone unturned in what needs to be done to remedy these problems going forward' - Vogue UK 'Joeli is one of the most tenacious and impressive campaigners I know, and her work has had a massive positive impact on the lives of thousands of women. Her work is invaluable, from setting up a vital lifeline for women to learn about their rights on maternity discrimination, to the frontlines of the Covid-19 crisis, where she battled for women not to be left out of the picture altogether.' - Laura Bates Imagine suddenly being sacked from your job. After spending years building your career, it's all taken away in just one moment. Why? Because you told your boss you are pregnant.    This happened to Joeli Brearley. And she quickly realised she wasn't alone - 54,000 women a year are forced out of their job because they dared to procreate, and three quarters of working mothers face workplace discrimination. And this was before the pandemic, with its never-ending cycle of extraordinary childcare challenges and overt pregnancy and maternity discrimination, resulting in a tsumani of mothers exiting the labour force.    Pregnant Then Screwed is an expose of the unscrupulous work practices and antiquated systems that we've been conditioned to accept and a toolkit for how to challenge them. It's full of practical advice to help you navigate systemic barriers when they slap you in the face.  Whether you're a mother who is sick of being sidelined, undermined, and underpaid. A ''stay at home'' mother who wants to work but can't. A future parent who is scared that having children will affect your career. An employer who wants to get the best out of its parent employees, or you simply want a stronger, fairer economy, Pregnant Then Screwed is a compelling manifesto for change and a call to arms for all women.   

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The Essays Audiobook

The Essays

Author: Michel Montaigne Narrator: Thomas Judd Release Date: February 2021

Brought to you by Penguin. A survey of one of the giants of Renaissance thought, The Essays: A Selection collects some of Michel de Montaigne's most startling and original works, translated from the French and edited with an introduction and notes by M.A. Screech in Penguin Classics. To overcome a crisis of melancholy after the death of his father, Montaigne withdrew to his country estates and began to write, and in the highly original essays that resulted he discussed themes such as fathers and children, conscience and cowardice, coaches and cannibals, and, above all, himself. On Some Lines of Virgil opens out into a frank discussion of sexuality and makes a revolutionary case for the equality of the sexes. In On Experience he superbly propounds his thoughts on the right way to live, while other essays touch on issues of an age struggling with religious and intellectual strife, with France torn apart by civil war. These diverse subjects are united by Montaigne's distinctive voice - that of a tolerant man, sceptical, humane, often humorous and utterly honest in his pursuit of the truth. M.A. Screech's distinguished translation fully retains the light-hearted and inquiring nature of the essays. In his introduction, he examines Montaigne's life and times, and the remarkable self-portrait that emerges from his works. © Dr M.A Screech 2004 (P) Penguin Audio 2021

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Down and Out in Paris and London Audiobook

Down and Out in Paris and London

Author: George Orwell Narrator: Thomas Judd Release Date: January 2021

Brought to you by Penguin. George Orwell's vivid memoir of his time living among the desperately poor and destitute, Down and Out in Paris and London is a moving tour of the underworld of society. 'You have talked so often of going to the dogs - and well, here are the dogs, and you have reached them.' Written when Orwell was a struggling writer in his twenties, it documents his 'first contact with poverty'. Here, he painstakingly documents a world of unrelenting drudgery and squalor - sleeping in bug-infested hostels and doss houses of last resort, working as a dishwasher in Paris's vile 'Hôtel X', surviving on scraps and cigarette butts, living alongside tramps, a star-gazing pavement artist and a starving Russian ex-army captain. Exposing a shocking, previously-hidden world to his readers, Orwell gave a human face to the statistics of poverty for the first time - and in doing so, found his voice as a writer. (P) Penguin Audio 2021

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