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  • Guardians of the Keep
    Guardians of the Keep Carol Berg
    Narrator:
    Gregory St. John
    Angele Masters
    Daniel May
    Jeremy Arthur
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    For 10 years, the noblewoman Seriana lived in exile, believing her husband Karon was dead, executed for practicing sorcery. But now she learns his soul has been anchored to this world by magic. He has been restored to life-though his memories of Seri are gone. When Seri's nephew is kidnapped—and a dark family secret comes to light—the two strangers will have to join together to defeat the evil Lords of Zhev'Na, who want to destroy both this world and the parallel magic realm that lies beyond.
  • Guardians of the Night
    Guardians of the Night Alan Russell
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    Jeff Cummings
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    As the sole members of LAPD’s Special Cases Unit, Detective Michael Gideon and his German shepherd partner Sirius work investigations considered bizarre even by Los Angeles’s standards. Yet their latest case is more than strange—it might be out of this world. Ronald “Wrong” Pauley is a homeless man long fallen from grace. When Pauley’s late-night drinking is interrupted by a detonation of light, he sees what he describes as a “being of light” in the alley below. Pauley tries to help, but ends up as a witness to what he believes is the murder of the fallen angel. Gideon and Sirius are already in the midst of trying to determine the identity of the so-called “Reluctant Hero” who seemed to magically appear just moments after shots began ringing out at an elementary school. Braving gunfire, the hero tackled the shooter, and then disappeared. Both cases defy easy answers, but when Pauley turns up dead, the detectives are left with two murders to solve and lots of questions. Gideon and Sirius—along with help from a newfound friend—investigate that thin line between the real and surreal to make sense of these possible crimes. In this exciting and captivating sequel to Burning Man, a smart-mouthed skeptic and his loyal partner must unravel a dark otherworldly mystery to deliver real-world justice.
  • Guardians of the Revolution
    Guardians of the Revolution Ray Takeyh
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    Peter Ganim
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    For over a quarter century, Iran has been one of America's chief nemeses. Ever since Ayatollah Khomeini overthrew the Shah in 1979, the relationship between the two nations has been antagonistic: revolutionary guards chanting against the Great Satan, Bush fulminating against the Axis of Evil, Iranian support for Hezbollah, and President Ahmadinejad blaming the U.S. for the world's ills. The unending war of words suggests an intractable divide between Iran and the West, one that may very well lead to a shooting war in the near future. But as Ray Takeyh shows in this accessible and authoritative history of Iran's relations with the world since the revolution, behind the famous personalities and extremist slogans is a nation that is far more pragmatic—and complex—than many in the West have been led to believe. Takeyh explodes many of our simplistic myths of Iran as an intransigently Islamist foe of the West. Tracing the course of Iranian policy since the 1979 revolution, Takeyh identifies four distinct periods: The revolutionary era of the 1980s, the tempered gradualism following the death of Khomeini and the end of the Iran-Iraq war in 1989, the 'reformist' period from 1997-2005 under President Khatami, and the shift toward confrontation and radicalism since the election of President Ahmadinejad in 2005. Takeyh shows that three powerful forces—Islamism, pragmatism, and great power pretensions—have competed in each of these periods, and that Iran's often paradoxical policies are in reality a series of compromises between the hardliners and the moderates, often with wild oscillations between pragmatism and ideological dogmatism. The U.S.'s task, Takeyh argues, is to find strategies that address Iran's objectionable behavior without demonizing this key player in an increasingly vital and volatile region. With its clear-sighted grasp of both nuance and historical sweep, Guardians of the Revolution will stand as the standard work on this controversial—and central—actor in world politics for years to come.
  • Guardians, The
    Guardians, The Andrew Pyper
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    Jay Snyder
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    There's no such thing as an empty house.... From acclaimed author Andrew Pyper, a gripping novel of psychological suspense about four men haunted by a secret from childhood. Trevor, Randy, Ben, and Carl grew up together in the small town of Grimshaw as many boys do, playing hockey and forging friendships that run deep. Twenty-four years later, when Ben commits suicide, the three remaining friends gather once again in their hometown. But going home means going back, and that's not always easy. The three men are forced to confront their memories of a sinister crime that happened in an abandoned house in their neighbourhood, a crime that claws its way into the present, leaving its indelible mark on everyone.
  • Guarding Eden
    Guarding Eden Cameo Renae
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    Aaron Landon
    Renata Friedman
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    Tucked away at an upscale, private boarding school in Brindle Hollow, Washington, 17-year-old Eden East comes face to face with a hideous creature on her walk back to her dorm. Shaken to her core, she's left questioning the world around her, and soon finds herself entering a friendship with a hot, new student named Alexander. Little does she know, Alex is a Guardian Angel, sent from Midway to protect her from those dangerous creatures - known as Darkling - lurking in the forest outside Brindle Hall. It isn't long before Alex learns this is no ordinary assignment. Eden's existence holds a secret; something hidden from even herself. Eden is thrust into a world where Fallen angels and creatures of the Underworld will stop at nothing to catch her. With Alex at her side and a little help from some of his old friends, they form a formidable front against the enemy. Hopefully, it's not too little, too late. Guarding Eden is a Hidden Wings spin-off series and a Midway novel. Intended for ages 15 and over
  • Guarding Raine
    Guarding Raine Kylie Brant
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    Coleen Marlo
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    A reluctant bodyguard.... Security expert Macauley O'Neill had set aside a much needed vacation to protect Raine Michaels. He's the right man to keep her safe from the danger stalking her. But he's not the right man to give her anything else. No one knows better than he what happens when he lets his guard down. The consequences can be deadly. But she presents an irresistible temptation... Raine had long ago grown weary of hiding from danger. Macauley makes her feel alive again... and safe for the first time in years. She recognizes the demons haunting him and longs to be the one to banish them for good. But will giving into passion plunge them both into even more danger?
  • Guardsman of Gor
    Guardsman of Gor John Norman
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    Jeremy Arthur
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    Thrust into a life full of woeful twists and turns, Jason Marshall has contended with the prehistoric customs and immeasurable power of the Goreans. His struggles on Gor, a planet resembling Earth, included escaping imprisonment, enslavement, and redeeming lost land. Jason has fought to regain control of his life. Having ascended to a position of power in the Gorean army, Jason must prevail in a battle that seems destined to destroy Gor. Jason has a lot riding on his success as a war leader: prestige, wealth, and an Earth girl of goddesslike beauty. Will Jason be able to win the war and avoid a fate worse than death? Will he be able to find the girl who holds his affections? Will he be able to live as a free man on Earth's counterpart and rise to a still higher position of power and respect?
  • Gucci Mamas
    Gucci Mamas Cate Kendall
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    Danielle Carter
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    Welcome to the world of the Private School Princesses, where our heroine Mim has to do battle with the Car Park Mafia and the Mothers Superior as she drops her children off at the most prestigious school in Melbourne. But in between keeping up with the Joneses—or in this case the Mason-Jacksons—cracks are starting to show in Mim's perfect life as money gets tighter and her husband works ever longer hours.If her two best friends have similar problems, Mim would never know—the Gucci Mamas are far too busy picking their outfits for the races and having manicures to notice each other's troubles. Something's got to give, and it will take a catastrophic, life-changing event to bring Mim to her senses. But will it be too late?
  • Guenhwyvar
    Guenhwyvar R. A. Salvatore
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    Tom Felton
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    Actor Tom Felton (Harry Potter) performs the origin story of Guenhwyvar, Drizzt's black panther companion and one of the more mysterious aspects of the Forgotten Realms
  • Guernica Night
    Guernica Night Barry N. Malzberg
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    Mark Ashby
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    A rash of suicides has sent shock waves through a tightly organized society that officially frowns on such an act but privately makes it unavoidable. How else could people endure in a world carefully calculated to rob its citizens of self-respect and dignity? One man struggles against the overpowering temptation to take his own life, because he realizes that he must survive or else give the strange unseen rulers final victory. The characters in this extraordinary novel of the future share a host of psychiatric disturbances. One is haunted by strange visions in the night; another can reach sexual climax only in the confines of an old jalopy; others share schizophrenic fantasies that give frightening insight into the nature of their anguish.
  • Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, The
    Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, The Elizabeth Conner
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    Kate Rudd
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    The CliffsNotes study guide on Shaffer and Barrows' The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society supplements the original literary work, giving you background information about the author, an introduction to the work, a graphical character map, critical commentaries, expanded glossaries, and a comprehensive index, all for you to use as an educational tool that will allow you to better understand the work. This study guide was written with the assumption that you have read The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society. Reading a literary work doesn’t mean that you immediately grasp the major themes and devices used by the author; this study guide will help supplement your reading to be sure you get all you can from Shaffer and Barrows' The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society. CliffsNotes Review tests your comprehension of the original text and reinforces learning with questions and answers, practice projects, and more. For further information on Shaffer and Barrows' The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, check out the CliffsNotes Resource Center at www.cliffsnotes.com. IN THIS AUDIOBOOK • Hear an Introduction to The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society • Explore themes, character development, and recurring images in the Critical Commentaries • Examine in-depth Character Analyses • Reinforce what you learn to further your study online at www.cliffsnotes.com
  • Guesswork
    Guesswork Marion Winik
    Narrator:
    Sasha Dunbrooke
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    Funny, thought provoking, and always entertaining, personal essayist Marion Winik is known for decades of storytelling on NPR and the stunning memoir First Comes Love. Memory and identity are the focus of this new collection, Guesswork, drawn from a column that has won 'Best of Baltimore' from Baltimore magazine several years running. 'The Things They Googled' looks at how search engines have changed our lives. 'Love, Loss, and What I Cooked' takes autobiography to the kitchen. 'What If You Were Right?' and 'What If You Were Wrong?' highlight the way possibly incorrect interpretations of long-ago events subtly radiate through our lives over the years. These eight essays will inspire you to reconsider your own history and sense of self from new angles: how treasured places and objects fit in, how your life as a reader shapes who you are. A wonderful introduction to Winik's work, which now spans seven volumes chronicling her life. 'Her essays are mind-blowing,' according to Jane Smiley. 'You can't stop reading them.' Marion Winik is the author of the new memoir Highs in the Low Fifties: How I Stumbled Through the Joys of Single Living. It joins Telling, First Comes Love, The Lunch-Box Chronicles, The Glen Rock Book of the Dead, and others in the ongoing saga of her life, now comprising seven volumes. She has appeared on the Today show, Oprah, and Politically Incorrect and was a commentator on NPR's All Things Considered for 15 years. This is a short audiobook published by Shebooks - high-quality fiction, memoir, and journalism for women, by women.
  • Guest Book, The
    Guest Book, The Marybeth Whalen
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    Renee Raudman
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    When Macy Dillon was five years old her father encouraged her to draw a picture in the guestbook of a Carolina beach house. The next year, Macy returned to discover a drawing by an unidentified little boy on the facing page. Over the next eleven years the children continue to exchange drawings…until tragedy ends visits to the beach house altogether. During her final trip to Sunset, Macy asks her anonymous friend to draw her one last picture and tells him where to hide the guest book in hopes that one day she will return to find it—and him. Twenty-five years after that first picture, Macy is back at Sunset Beach—this time toting a broken family and a hurting heart. One night, alone by the ocean, Macy asks God to help her find the boy she never forgot, the one whose beautiful pictures touched something deep inside of her. Will she ever find him? And if she does, will the guestbook unite them or merely be the relic of a lost childhood?
  • Guest Cottage, The
    Guest Cottage, The Nancy Thayer
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    Janet Metzger
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    The New York Times bestselling author of Nantucket Sisters whisks readers away to the island of Nantucket in this delightful story about two single parents who accidentally rent the same house one sunny summer. Wendy Anderson is 35, the mother of two children, and happily married—until she discovers her husband Zack has cheated on her. Confused, angry, and lost, she rents a house on Nantucket for two summer months. When she and her children arrive at Isle Stay, she discovers that Trevor Black, 30, recently widowed, and his son Dylan, 5, have also rented the house. Neither one is willing to give up their much-needed vacations, so Wendy and Trevor devise a plan to share the house for the summer. Preparing meals in their one kitchen, Wendy and Trevor become friends, and chemistry builds throughout the seabreezy summer. But the house is full of their children, and neither is sure they’re ready to move on after recent heartbreaks. Over the last sun-soaked weekend of the summer, as chaos reigns and emotions run as high as the temperatures, Wendy must decide where her heart truly lies.
  • Guest in the Jungle, A
    Guest in the Jungle, A James Polster
    Narrator:
    David Doersch
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    When Pittsburgh attorney Whitehill begins his vacation, he is anticipating a leisurely jaunt across South America. But he gets more than he bargained for when a sightseeing trip goes awry, leaving him stranded in the heart of the Amazon jungle. Whitehill isn’t exactly the outdoorsy type—he hikes in Brooks Brothers pants—so he is relieved when he meets a scientist perusing the jungle for medicinal plants and insects. Of course, the good doctor’s true motives are less than altruistic, and Whitehill soon finds himself being forcibly marched through the rainforest en route to certain death. When he escapes, with the help of some hungry vampire bats, Whitehill falls in with an English-speaking Indian whose tribe is at the heart of a raging land conflict. Trapped in the jungle, Whitehill must gather what little courage he has to stop an Indian war and preserve a vanishing culture from rapacious developers. Along the way, he has a fling with a gorgeous native, narrowly survives being sacrificed to the gods, and is rescued from a bombing by a pair of hard-drinking American expats. A Guest in the Jungle is a smart, engrossing, and uproariously funny novel about the power of one man to make a difference in the world.
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