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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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Life in the Uniform: The Adventures of an IPS Officer in Bihar Audiobook

Life in the Uniform: The Adventures of an IPS Officer in Bihar

Author: Amit Lodha Narrator: Dev J. Haldar Release Date: August 2021

Amit Lodha is a decorated IPS officer holding the rank of inspector general. But before he rose the ranks in the service, he was an IIT graduate who was struggling to find his true purpose. In this book, Lodha tells us how he turned his life around and studied for the UPSC exams. He also tells us how he trained to be an officer and had the most memorable beginning to his career, in Bihar. Punctuated with his signature humour and adventure-packed stories on everything from solving a kidnapping to handling a mob, Life in the Uniform gives us a chance to experience an IPS officer's life through his own eyes.

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Inside the FBI’s Domestic Terrorism Strategy: Understanding the threats to our Republic. (REDACTED) Audiobook

Inside the FBI’s Domestic Terrorism Strategy: Understanding the threats to our Republic. (REDACTED)

Author: Thomas Speciale Narrator: Thomas Speciale Release Date: August 2021

Many Americans today have lost faith in the U.S. government and see specifically the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) as threatening them as opposed to protecting them. Many Americans, the author included, are deeply concerned about potential government overreach and threats to our liberty and freedom, specifically regarding the 1st and 2nd Amendments of the constitution. Unlike the vast majority of those who have lost faith in the government, the author has not, and this report was compiled to help frame the correct conversation, one not driven by political rhetoric or motivated by bureaucratic distortions. The author believes, if we can have this conversation, we can avoid disaster. This Critical Report was compiled from public statements made by government officials, official government documents, outside organizations who are trusted authoritative voices as well as publicly available information, including some leaked information specific to the issue of domestic terrorism and extremism. This report was approved for release by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence with redactions. The views expressed are the author’s own and do not represent those of the US Government.

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Justice Deferred: Race and the Supreme Court Audiobook

Justice Deferred: Race and the Supreme Court

Author: Armand Derfner, Orville Vernon Burton Narrator: Paul Boehmer Release Date: August 2021

The Supreme Court is usually seen as protector of our liberties: it ended segregation, was a guarantor of fair trials, and safeguarded free speech and the vote. But this narrative derives mostly from a short period, from the 1930s to the early 1970s. Before then, the Court spent a century largely ignoring or suppressing basic rights, while the fifty years since 1970 have witnessed a mostly accelerating retreat from racial justice. Historian Orville Vernon Burton and civil rights lawyer Armand Derfner shine a powerful light on the Court's race record-a legacy at times uplifting, but more often distressing and sometimes disgraceful. For nearly a century, the Court ensured that the nineteenth-century Reconstruction Amendments would not truly free and enfranchise African Americans. And the twenty-first century has seen a steady erosion of commitments to enforcing hard-won rights. Addressing nearly two hundred cases involving America's racial minorities, the authors probe the parties involved, the justices' reasoning, and the impact of individual rulings. Much of the fragility of civil rights in America is due to the Supreme Court, but as this sweeping history also reminds us, the justices still have the power to make good on the country's promise of equal rights for all.

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Neighbor Problems in India: And What To Do About Them Audiobook

Neighbor Problems in India: And What To Do About Them

Author: Joy Bose, Siva Prasad Bose Narrator: Skye Alley Release Date: August 2021

It is said we cannot always choose our neighbors. Sometimes we may be blessed with considerate neighbors with whom we have a good relationship and who take care of us and vice versa, forming a good community. On the other hand, sometimes we may have to deal with unpleasant neighbors who cause us trouble by various means. In this book, we study some of these problems with neighbors and discuss what to do and whom to approach to resolve such problems. We take a more practical approach and focus on practical steps one can take to fix the issues. However, we also cover legal remedies where available.

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Get Bail, Leave Jail: America’s Guide to Hiring a Bondsman, Navigating Bail Bonds, and Getting Out o Audiobook

Get Bail, Leave Jail: America’s Guide to Hiring a Bondsman, Navigating Bail Bonds, and Getting Out o

Author: S.J. Plotkin Narrator: Gregory V. Diehl Release Date: August 2021

When you or someone you care about is incarcerated, your priority is to secure a safe release as soon as possible. This can be overwhelming. You may feel rushed and might make bad decisions based on incomplete or inaccurate information—decisions that carry serious long-term consequences. Get Bail, Leave Jail helps Americans safely navigate legal accusations, arrests, bail bondsmen, and the most complicated court procedures. Its guidance stems from more than 60 years of family experience in bail, working with thousands of people in need, countless criminal defense lawyers, and all manner of law enforcement and court officials. Within these pages, you'll find detailed advice about: • Five types of bail agencies (including how to check their reputation and qualifications). • Eleven questions to ask a bail bondsman or bail agent before hiring them. • Five ways to get out of jail (and how to speed up release). • Eight ways that getting out of jail can be delayed (and how to avoid them). • The most common bail bond forms and contracts you'll encounter. • Twenty-one types of items you can use as bail collateral to secure your bond money. • Navigating criminal court procedures and ensuring the exoneration of your bail bond. • How to prepare your defense in court, how to reduce sentencing, and maybe even how to stay out of prison completely. Every arrest is difficult, whether it's a DUI, traffic ticket, shoplifting, domestic violence, drug possession, white collar crime, or an even more serious charge. But defendants who get out on bail are better prepared because they have more time, more options, and can seek better help. Read Get Bail, Leave Jail to prepare yourself with this vital information before you or your loved ones ever need it.

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Saving the News: Why the Constitution Calls for Government Action to Preserve Freedom of Speech Audiobook

Saving the News: Why the Constitution Calls for Government Action to Preserve Freedom of Speech

Author: Martha Minow Narrator: Eliza Foss Release Date: July 2021

In Saving the News, Martha Minow takes stock of the new media landscape. As Minow shows, the First Amendment of the US Constitution assumes the existence and durability of a private industry. Although the First Amendment does not govern the conduct of entirely private enterprises, nothing in the Constitution forecloses government action to regulate concentrated economic power, to require disclosure of who is financing communications, or to support news initiatives where there are market failures. Moreover, the federal government has contributed financial resources, laws, and regulations to develop and shape media in the United States. Thus, Minow argues that the transformation of media from printing presses to the internet was shaped by deliberate government policies that influenced the direction of private enterprise. In short, the government has crafted the direction and contours of America's media ecosystem. Building upon this basic argument, Minow outlines an array of reforms, including a new fairness doctrine, regulating digital platforms as public utilities, using antitrust authority to regulate the media, policing fraud, and more robust funding of public media. As she stresses, such reforms are the kinds of initiatives needed if the First Amendment guarantee of freedom of the press continues to hold meaning in the twenty-first century.

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Doble crimen (Double Crime): Tortura, esclavitud sexual e impunidad (Torture, Sexual Slavery and Imp Audiobook

Doble crimen (Double Crime): Tortura, esclavitud sexual e impunidad (Torture, Sexual Slavery and Imp

Author: Linda Loaiza, Loiaza Lopez, Luisa Kislinger Narrator: Lina Franco Release Date: July 2021

Este libro es el testimonio de una mujer que fue torturada y esclavizada sexualmente durante 112 días, en 2001. Linda Loaiza fue rescatada y conoció otro horror: el de la impunidad institucional. Veinte años después entrega su testimonio. Se convierte -probablemente- en el reflejo de muchas mujeres venezolanas que padecieron tortura, esclavitud sexual e intento de asesinato. Más de 100 horas de entrevistas con Linda Loaiza López, sus familiares y otras personas cercanas al caso, necesitó Luisa Kislinger, activista de los derechos de las mujeres, para escribir este libro. También desarrolló una investigación documental de los dos procesos legales en Venezuela, estudió el caso ante instancias internacionales y leyó innumerables artículos de prensa. Así logró armar una historia que eriza la piel y que parece imposible de haber ocurrido, por su crueldad y primitivismo, en los albores del siglo xxi. Todo lo que parece imposible en esta historia es cierto. El hijo de un matrimonio de intelectuales venezolanos, escritores y funcionarios públicos, Luis Antonio Carrera Almoina, se convierte en el verdugo que secuestra, viola y mutila a la joven que llegó del interior a Caracas para iniciar sus estudios de Veterinaria en la universidad. No era la primera vez que agredía a una mujer. Pero esta vez su víctima, a quien dio prácticamente por muerta, logró escapar y salvarse, solo para conocer la otra cara de la violencia institucional venezolana. Los fiscales, los jueces, los funcionarios públicos, intentaron callar sus denuncias y minimizar los hechos. Una red de complicidad intentó ocultar una verdad atroz. Lo que nadie se esperaba es que Linda Loaiza López desarrollara en su padecimiento la fuerza para salvarse, confrontar a su verdugo y enfrentar a un sistema cómplice y corrupto que eligió no creerle. Hoy es una mujer que estudió Derecho y que tiene una historia que contar: la de su descenso al infierno y de cómo revivió para buscar justicia.

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The Cult of We: WeWork and the Great Start-Up Delusion Audiobook

The Cult of We: WeWork and the Great Start-Up Delusion

Author: Eliot Brown, Maureen Farrell Narrator: Therese Plummer Release Date: July 2021

‘An amazing portrait of how grifters came to be called visionaries and high finance lost its mind.’ Charles Duhigg, bestselling author of The Power of Habit The definitive inside story of WeWork, its audacious founder, and the company's epic unravelling from the journalists who first broke the story wide open. In 2001, Adam Neumann arrived in New York after five years as a conscript in the Israeli navy. Just over fifteen years later, he had transformed himself into the charismatic CEO of a company worth $47 billion. With his long hair and feel-good mantras, the six-foot-five Neumann looked the part of a messianic Silicon Valley entrepreneur. The vision he offered was mesmerizing: a radical reimagining of work space for a new generation. He called it WeWork. As billions of funding dollars poured in, Neumann's ambitions grew limitless. WeWork wasn't just an office space provider; it would build schools, create cities, even colonize Mars. In pursuit of its founder’s vision, the company spent money faster than it could bring it in. From his private jet, sometimes clouded with marijuana smoke, the CEO scoured the globe for more capital but in late 2019, just weeks before WeWork's highly publicized IPO, everything fell apart. Neumann was ousted from his company, but still was poised to walk away a billionaire. Calling to mind the recent demise of Theranos and the hubris of the dotcom era bust, WeWork's extraordinary rise and staggering implosion were fueled by disparate characters in a financial system blind to its risks. Why did some of the biggest names in banking and venture capital buy the hype? And what does the future hold for Silicon Valley ‘unicorns’? Wall Street Journal reporters Eliot Brown and Maureen Farrell explore these questions in this definitive, rollicking account of WeWork's boom and bust.

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It’s a Fair Cop: Series 4-6: The BBC Radio 4 stand-up comedy Audiobook

It’s a Fair Cop: Series 4-6: The BBC Radio 4 stand-up comedy

Author: Alfie Moore Narrator: Alfie Moore Release Date: July 2021

Ever wondered what sort of a police officer you might make? In Series 4-6, Alfie dives into deeper topics than before. How many times were you filmed without your knowledge today? What is the legacy of ASBOs? Alfie takes the audience with him as he navigates the twisted world of government surveillance. Alfie Moore spent 18 years on the Humberside police force before turning to stand-up comedy. In each episode of this live stand-up show, he takes his audience through a scenario based on a real-life case and tasks them with deciding how they would have acted in the circumstances. Along the way Alfie spills the beans on what it's really like to be one of Britain's finest, tells us some great anecdotes about law breakers and makers that he's come across and gets his audience to divulge secrets about their own, sometimes less than strictly law-abiding lives. Series 4: 1. The Wrath of Zeus 2. Office Banter 3. Hedgerow Hedge Row 4. Pass the Person 5. Misper Mervyn Series 5: 1. Police Complaints 2. Babysitter 3. Wild Westwood 4. Informant Series 6: 1. Dog Theft 2. Malicious Communication 3. Sudden Death 4. Vehicle Stop 5. Exposure 6. Policing Covid Written and performed by Alfie Moore. Produced by Alison Vernon-Smith. © 2020 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd (p) 2020 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd

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Habeas Corpus: A Very Short Introduction Audiobook

Habeas Corpus: A Very Short Introduction

Author: Amanda Tyler Narrator: Callie Beaulieu Release Date: July 2021

The concept of habeas corpus-literally, to receive and hold the body-empowers courts to protect the right of prisoners to know the basis on which they are being held by the government and grant prisoners their freedom when they are held unlawfully. It is no wonder that habeas corpus has long been considered essential to freedom. This Very Short Introduction chronicles the storied writ of habeas corpus and how its common law and statutory origins spread from England throughout the British Empire and beyond, witnessing its use today around the world in nations as varied as Canada, Israel, India, and South Korea. Beginning with the English origins of the writ, the book traces its historical development both as a part of the common law and as a parliamentary creation born out of the English Habeas Corpus Act of 1679. The book then takes the story forward to explore how the writ has functioned in the centuries since, including its controversial suspension by President Abraham Lincoln during the Civil War. It also analyzes the major role habeas corpus has played in such issues as the World War II incarceration of Japanese Americans and the US Supreme Court's recognition during the War on Terror of the concept of a 'citizen enemy combatant.'

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Understanding Tax Lien and Tax Deed Investing: No Fluff Audiobook

Understanding Tax Lien and Tax Deed Investing: No Fluff

Author: C.R. Wesley Narrator: Deanna Heise Release Date: July 2021

'If you’re looking at tax deed or tax lien investing, knowledge is power. This book gives you solid advice on the opportunities and pitfalls associated with a tax deed investing strategy. A quick and informative book.' -From: Joe Rating: 5/5 - Let Us Help You Make Your Learning More Efficient and Effective. - We will add value and save you time in reaching your educational goals! - Save time and spend more time taking action!! What will you get from this series from C.R. Wesley? CONVENIENCE. EFFICIENCY. INFORMATION. KNOWLEDGE. ACTION. The power of knowledge is in the action. In C.R. Wesley's Real Estate Knowledge Series, you will start with an entry level welcome into the real estate market followed by steppingstones to new endeavors. This third piece of literature in the Real Estate Knowledge Series, is going into the depths of tax lien and tax deed investing. Ready to learn the process? You have previously learned how to acquire your first home with down payment assistance, acquire rental property for your portfolio and now it is time for your understand how tax liens and tax deeds work end-to-end! So, let us get started! In this Real Estate Knowledge Series Book 3, Understanding Tax Lien and Tax Deed Investing – No Fluff©, we will display how tax liens and tax deed investing can be a very lucrative investment strategy! You will learn how everything occurs for the taxpayer as well as you, the tax buyer. With over 3000 counties in the US holding these tax sales, this is a key aspect of investing to learn. Get your copy today so you will be well equipped to take action! We pride ourselves in providing educational content that efficiently teaches while also ensuring analytical fundamentals are shared! You will learn a great deal whether; 1) this is a new topic for you, 2) you are a seasoned investor just looking to stay sharp or 3) you are looking for a guide to keep you centered! Our motive is to help people build success through education.

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The Whole Story: Investigating Sexual Crime – Truth, Lies and the Path to Justice Audiobook

The Whole Story: Investigating Sexual Crime – Truth, Lies and the Path to Justice

Author: Patrick Tidmarsh Narrator: Richard Booth Release Date: July 2021

Brought to you by Penguin. A leading criminologist draws on over 30 years' experience working with sex offenders to propose a new way of understanding sexual crimes The prevalence of sex crimes has become one of the most urgent, and most widely misunderstood, subjects of our times. We are living through a sea change in our attitudes to sex crimes, yet we continue to get things badly wrong in the way we respond to them. Drawing on over 30 years' experience, Patrick Tidmarsh argues that we need to find a new way to understand, investigate and talk about these crimes. He forces us all to question our own prejudices and assumptions - about both victims and perpetrators - and to question the social, criminal and judicial systems that mean that so few of these crimes ever end in convictions. Patrick Tidmarsh trains and lectures all over the world, helping police and other professionals to understand sexual offending, and to improve their responses to both victims and offenders. With calm authority and sensitivity, he sets out what has gone wrong, and proposes a ground-breaking new solution. © Patrick Tidmarsh 2021 (P) Penguin Audio 2021

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