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  • Guns of Powder River
    Guns of Powder River Jerry Robbins
    Narrator:
    Jerry Robbins
    The Colonial Radio Players
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    Two women and their children arrive in Clearmont in route to California. Mrs. Chambers is looking to reunite with her husband, who has been off mining for gold, while Mrs. Larson is a recent widow whose husband died of a snake bite along the trail. The women are determined to press onward despite the onset of winter. So, Britt MacMasters, former U.S. Marshal turned rancher, and his ranch-hand Rusty, offer to escort the party through hostile territory. Also joining the party are Sheriff Wilkins, his wife Etta, and Doc Harrington.The hardy pioneers must dodge Indian attacks, stay clear of the outlaw Angel Garret and his blood thirsty band of thieves, survive rock slides, and ford raging rivers in this epic western adventure.
  • Guns of Valverde, The
    Guns of Valverde, The P.G. Nagle
    Narrator:
    Jeremy Arthur
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    The Texan Confederate army under General Henry H. Sibley, their supply train destroyed by the 1st Colorado Union Volunteers at Glorieta Pass, have only one prize remaining: a battery of Union artillery captured at the Battle of Valverde. The Texans, their force decimated, dispirited by the absence of fallen comrades, are determined to have some glory to show for their terrible losses. But standing in their way are Union Captain Alastar O'Brien and the Colorado Volunteers. Young quartermaster Jamie Russell, wounded and taken prisoner by Union forces, devises a way to bring the guns to Texas. He escapes, convinces Sibley's brain trust to try his desperate scheme, and his plan becomes grim reality as both the Blue and the Gray are inexorably drawn into the deadly drama that is the Civil War. The captivating sequel to the critically acclaimed Glorieta Pass.
  • Gunsmoke For Mcallister
    Gunsmoke For Mcallister Matt Chisholm
    Narrator:
    John McLain
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    The sheriff was a violent, crooked man. He traded—in death, and always showed a profit. His mine in the Arizona hills was a kind of hell on earth, guarded by hard­bitten desperadoes. All around lurked the deadly Apache, as lethal and quick to strike as rattlers. Somewhere in the mine was McAllister's friend. He had to be busted loose before it was too late. McAllister, armed with his gun and his iron nerves, smashed in... Another rapid-fire Rem McAllister adventure from the master of authentic Western excitement, Matt Chisholm.
  • Gunsmoke, Collection 1, The
    Gunsmoke, Collection 1, The Black Eye Entertainment
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    Full Cast
    Release Date:
    4/17/2018
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    “Around Dodge City and in the territory out West, there’s just one way to handle the killers and the spoilers and that’s with a U.S. Marshal and the smell of … GUNSMOKE!” Radio westerns were aimed at kids until 1952 when Gunsmoke hit the radio airwaves. Produced for adult listeners, the stories were grim, the deaths brutal and life on the plains was harsh. Radio audiences had never heard anything like Gunsmoke and they made it the #1 western on radio. It soon made a successful transition to television becoming the longest-running dramatic series in TV history. Join William Conrad (U.S. Marshal Matt Dillon), Parley Baer (Deputy Chester Proudfoot), Georgia Ellis (Kitty Russell) and Howard McNear (Doc Adams) in the continuing “story of the violence that moved west with young America and the story of a man who moved with it, Matt Dillon, United States Marshal.” 9/19/53 'There Was Never a Horse' 9/26/53 'Fawn' 10/3/53 'How to Kill a Friend' 10/10/53 'How to Die for Nothing' 10/17/53 'Yorky' 10/31/53 'How to Kill a Woman' 6/19/54 'Going Bad' 7/26/54 'Matt for Murder' 8/2/54 'No Indians' 8/9/54 'Joe Phy' 8/16/54 'Mavis McCloud' 8/30/54 'Obie Tater'
  • Guru Drinks Bourbon?, The
    Guru Drinks Bourbon?, The Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse
    Amira Ben-Yehuda
    Narrator:
    Tom Pile
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    Devotion to one's teacher is the lifeblood of the Vajrayana path. Because the guru can and will use whatever means it takes to wake us up, this relationship may require us to drop our most deeply held beliefs and expectations. Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse addresses some of the most misunderstood aspects of this powerful relationship and gives practical advice on making the most of this precious opportunity for transformation. Through stories and classical examples, he shows how to walk the path with eyes wide open, with critical-thinking skills sharpened and equipped to analyze the guru, before taking the leap.
  • Gushing Fountain
    Gushing Fountain Martin Walser
    Narrator:
    James Patrick Cronin
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    Appearing for the first time in English, this masterful novel by one of the foremost figures of postwar German literature is an indelible portrait of Nazism slowly overtaking and poisoning a small town. Semi-autobiographical, it is also a remarkably vivid account of a childhood fraught with troubles, yet full of remembered love and touched by miracle. In a provincial town on Lake Constance, Johann basks in the affection of the colorful staff and regulars at the Station Restaurant. Though his parents struggle to make ends meet, around him the world is rich in mystery: the attraction of girls; the power of words and his gift for music; his rivalry with his best friend, Adolf, son of the local Brownshirt leader; a circus that comes to town bringing Anita, whose love he and Adolf compete to win. But in these hard times, with businesses failing all around them and life savings gone in an instant, people whisper that only Hitler can save them. As the Nazis gradually infiltrate the churches, the school, the youth organizations—even the restaurant—and come to power, we see through Johann's eyes how the voices of dissent are silenced one by one, until war begins the body count that will include his beloved older brother.
  • Gust Front
    Gust Front John Ringo
    Narrator:
    Marc Vietor
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    Our choice was simple: we could be cannon fodder, or we could be…fodder. We could send our forces to fight and die (as only humans can) against a ravening horde that was literally feeding on its interstellar conquests—or remain as we were—virtually weaponless and third in line for servicing. Amazingly, thanks to a combination of raw valor and alien tech transfer, in the first two campaigns Terrans fought the Posleen to a standstill. The brief pause gave the survivors of the Barwhon and Diess Expeditionary Forces a chance to get some distance from the blood and misery of battle against the Posleen centaurs. With the Posleen invasion only months away these shell-shocked survivors might be the only people capable of saving the Earth from utter devastation. If the veterans have time to lick their wounds. Because the Posleen don’t read schedules. “…this novel should cement Ringo's reputation as one of the best new practitioners of military SF.” —(Publishers Weekly)
  • Gut
    Gut Giulia Enders
    Narrator:
    Katy Sobey
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    Our gut is almost as important to us as our brain, yet we know very little about how it works. Gut: The Inside Story is an entertaining, informative tour of the digestive system from the moment we raise a tasty morsel to our lips until the moment our body surrenders the remnants to the toilet bowl. No topic is too lowly for the author's wonder and admiration, from the careful choreography of breaking wind to the precise internal communication required for a cleansing vomit. Along the way, the author provides practical advice, such as the best ways to sit on the toilet to have a comfortable bowel movement, how clean your kitchen should be for optimum gut health, and how different laxatives work. She tells stories of gut bacteria that can lead to obesity, autoimmune diseases, or even suicide, and she discusses the benefits of dietary supplements, such as probiotics. This book is a fascinating primer for anyone interested in how our ideas about the gut are changing in the light of cutting-edge scientific research. In the words of the author, 'We live in an era in which we are just beginning to understand just how complex the connections are between us, our food, our pets, and the microscopic world in, on, and around us. We are gradually decoding processes that we used to believe were part of our inescapable destiny.'
  • Gut Instincts
    Gut Instincts Heather Abel
    Narrator:
    Caroline Shaffer
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    In 2000, Heather Abel, a journalist and grad student, awoke from sedation at NYU Hospital to find three doctors standing over her bed. They told her that she had the worst case they'd ever seen of a rare Scandinavian disease called celiac. At first, this diagnosis - and its requirement of total adherence to a gluten-free diet - seemed like the simple answer to a lifetime of strange symptoms including anemia, insomnia, pneumonia, mouth ulcers, missed periods, and neck pain so severe that for months preceding the diagnosis she hadn't been able to turn her head. But even on the diet - and as glutenphobia erupted in this country, with nearly a third of Americans avoiding gluten - Abel still didn't feel well. When doctors, nutritionists, and websites all offered contradicting information on gluten and diet, she began to panic. How would she know what to eat? In this powerful, wide-ranging, and emotional story about the limits of medical knowledge, Abel discovers why she wasn't diagnosed with celiac as a child. She considers how environmental fears and Internet anecdotes lead people to avoid gluten. And she grapples with the question that confronts us all: how to live calmly, even joyfully, in the face of uncertainty. Heather Abel worked as a reporter and news editor in Colorado and San Francisco and taught creative writing at the New School University and UMass Amherst. She lives with her family in western Massachusetts where she is finishing her first novel.
  • Gutbucket King, The
    Gutbucket King, The Barry Yeoman
    Narrator:
    Rob Cleveland
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    In the 1950s, at the age of 14, Little Freddie King hopped a southbound freight train in McComb, Mississippi, fleeing the life of a sharecropper’s son in what was then the 'worst part of the most intransigent state' in Jim Crow-era Dixie. Landing in New Orleans, he taught himself to play blues guitar, then found work performing at the city’s corner nightclubs, including one nicknamed the Bucket of Blood for its nightly eruptions of violence. Dodging bullets and drinking with abandon, he became a fixture in the subterranean blues scene. He played a time-breaking, low-down style of blues borne of a life of struggle, and followed a self-destructive course that ensured he never ran out of material. That is, until one drunken night, when his knife-wielding wife attacked him in a jealous rage, one of several brushes with tragedy that would change his life forever. Barry Yeoman, an award-winning journalist who began his career as a newspaper reporter in South Louisiana, first met King while making the 2009 radio documentary Still Singing the Blues. Since then, Yeoman has spent dozens of hours interviewing the bluesman, his friends and family. The result is an intimate and colorful portrait of one of New Orleans’ cultural treasures. Yeoman chronicles King’s journey from picking cotton in rural Mississippi to playing guitar on some of the world’s biggest stages, from spirit-seeing teenager who arrived in New Orleans with 'not nary a copper cent' in his bib overalls to a self-effacing septuagenarian at the peak of his musical career - and one of the Crescent City’s last great country bluesmen. It’s a story about music, migration, race, faith, and resilience, and about the deepest of the Deep South during seven decades of profound upheaval.
  • Guts
    Guts Gary Paulsen
    Narrator:
    Patrick Lawlor
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    Here are the real events that inspired Gary Paulsen to write Brian Robeson’s story in Hatchet, The River, Brian’s Winter, Brian’s Return, and Brian's Hunt: a stint as a volunteer emergency worker; the death that became the pilot’s death in Hatchet; plane crashes he’s seen; and his own near misses. He takes listeners on his first hunting trips, showing the wonder and solace of nature along with his hilarious mishaps and mistakes. He shares special memories, such as the night he attracted every mosquito in the county, and how he met the moose who made it personal.
  • Gutshot Straight
    Gutshot Straight Lou Berney
    Narrator:
    Edoardo Ballerini
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    A crime caper in the tradition of Elmore Leonard and Carl Hiaasen, this fast and funny debut is the story of 'Shake' Bouchon, fresh out of prison and ready for life on the straight and narrow—well, maybe after one last job.... When Charles 'Shake' Bouchon, professional wheel man, walks out of prison after a three-year stretch for grand theft auto, he's got only two problems: he's too nice a guy for the life he's led and not nice enough for any other. So he says yes when he's asked to run a simple errand for his former boss and lover, Alexandra Ilandryan, the formidable pakhan of the Armenian mob in Los Angeles. All Shake has to do is deliver a package to Las Vegas and pick up a briefcase. Only the package turns out to be a wholesome young housewife named Gina whose husband has run afoul of Dick Moby, aka 'The Whale,' an unpleasant 400-pound Vegas strip-club owner. Shake hates to think what's going to happen to Gina when he delivers her to The Whale, so in a move that's as noble as it is boneheaded, he decides to set her free. Now Shake and Gina are on the run to Panama, hoping to unload the very valuable—and highly unusual—contents of The Whale's briefcase. Shake could end up a rich man, but first he'll have to outmaneuver two angry crime bosses, a murderous Armenian thug plagued by erectile superfunction, a former pro football player who blames Shake for his romantic woes, and a billionaire swindler with a flair for the theatrical. Not to mention, and not the least, Shake will need to survive his own heart, since he's going to discover that wholesome housewife Gina is even more intriguing, and a lot more complicated, than he ever imagined. Full of blindsided double-crosses and hard shots to the head, Gutshot Straight is a tale of love, luck, and larceny against the odds.
  • Guy de Maupassant Collection
    Guy de Maupassant Collection Guy de Maupassant
    Narrator:
    Walter Zimmerman
    Cindy Hardin Killavey
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    The False Jewels: Guy de Maupassant is considered one of the fathers of the modern short story. His narratives are characterized by an economy of style and the efficient way in which the various threads are neatly resolved. In 'The False Jewels,' a man who dotes on his wife is crushed by her unexpected death and then astounded by a revelation about her costume jewelry. Useless Beauty: Guy de Maupassant is considered one of the fathers of the modern short story. In 'Useless Beauty' a woman who is being kept at home by a jealous husband as a 'trophy' finally reaches her limit to the astonishment of her husband.
  • Guy Next Door, The
    Guy Next Door, The Carol Culver
    Narrator:
    Emma Meltzer
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    Spring has officially arrived at Manderley Prep and lust is in the air.... Ethan Andrews is the one guy that Maggie has always wanted but never had the courage to go for. With her shortage of funds and Ugly Betty looks, she’s not even a blip on his radar. That’s all about to change when Maggie gets the makeover of a lifetime - and a little help from her friends. The perfect opportunity to make her move comes during the class trip to Hawaii. Could there be a more ideal setting for a little romance? Now Maggie just has to figure out if she has the guts to make her move.…
  • Guy Renton
    Guy Renton Alec Waugh
    Narrator:
    Aaron Abano
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    Austria, February 1925: It was always to remain a special date for Guy Renton. There his chance meeting with the young and beautiful, but married, Mrs Renee Burton, precipitated the first crisis in his life. Hitherto he had been sure of himself temperamentally and emotionally: the 1914-18 war over, he had concentrated on his love of rugby, eventually being 'capped' for England, and he knew that one day, when too old to play, he would enter the family wine business. Until that far off-day, life should have been carefree. But Renee was to change his plans radically. This story of their love and devotion is set in England between the wars: a time of changing standards when young men were ready to question and were unprepared to accept a way of life just because fathers thought it was their duty. Young women were taking advantage of a newfound freedom and greater opportunities, and the young men respected them none the less for it. Guy's own family became representative of the new way of thinking. Peace and war, security and unease, happiness and tragedy are themes that weave themselves through this sensitive and beautifully characterised novel in which Alec Waugh has brilliantly conveyed the atmosphere of serenity and foreboding that characterised English life during this period. Alec Waugh, 1898-1981, was a British novelist born in London and educated at Sherborne Public School, Dorset. Waugh’s first novel, The Loom of Youth (1917), is a semi-autobiographical account of public-school life that caused some controversy at the time and led to his expulsion. Waugh was the only boy ever to be expelled from The Old Shirburnian Society. Despite setting this record, Waugh went on to become the successful author of over 50 works, and lived in many exotic places throughout his life which later became the settings for some of his texts. He was also a noted wine connoisseur and campaigned to make the cocktail party a regular feature of 1920s social life.
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