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  • Burns So Bad
    Burns So Bad Anne Marsh
    Narrator:
    Noah Michael Levine
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    Discover New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Anne Marsh's sexy SEALs series! One jump puts it all on the line.... Former SEAL Rio Donovan is 100 percent pure, sensual trouble. Home from the front lines, he has a new mission: fighting fire as a smoke jumper. He won't back down from the flames or a dare and he loves putting it all on the line when he parachutes into the heart of a wildland fire. When the fire camp gets a much-needed new player, however, Rio lands in uncharted territory. The jump team's newest member is sexy, strong - and female. She's supposed to be just one of the boys, but Rio burns to claim her one heated kiss at a time. This jump, Rio Donovan's putting it all on the line. Body and heart. Into the fire...and into love Kissing a fellow smoke jumper would be career suicide and Gia Jackson has worked too hard and too long to earn her spot on the jump team to jeopardize it all now for a man. The love-em-and-leave-em boys of summer aren't her type and she's hiding a few secrets of her own, but, when her chute tangles with Rio's on a jump, he's thrown into her arms. Literally. She's held firm on the fireline for years - but can she hold the line now against Rio's seductive charm?
  • Burnt Black
    Burnt Black Ed Kovacs
    Narrator:
    David Marantz
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    Cliff St. James returns along with his partner Honey to investigate a baffling series of ritualistic deaths that may be connected to a bizarre secret society, in Ed Kovacs' Burnt Black. New Orleans Homicide Detective Cliff St. James and his partner Honey are still trying to piece their lives together a year and a half after a killer storm decimated the city. They find themselves probing a succession of unusual deaths that may or may not be homicides. The investigation not only proves frustrating, but it strains at the very fabric of St. James and Honey's relationship. The puzzling deaths connected to a secretive occult group seem to only lead them deeper into an unsolvable maze fraught with strange occurrences and brutal death. When their sleuthing uncovers a connection to a ruthless Mexican drug cartel, a complex murder conspiracy emerges, but with shifting suspects. St. James and Honey catch nothing but bad breaks as they struggle to determine which of their suspects is the killer, or perhaps the next victim.
  • Burnt Devotion
    Burnt Devotion Rebecca Ethington
    Narrator:
    Eileen Stevens
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    It was supposed to be the final battle, the one to end Edmund’s line, his life, and free the magic Edmund had taken from the world. That was how it was foreseen. The end of the battle that has raged for centuries, unbeknownst to the mortals around them, the battle that would end with Joclyn’s death. But it did neither. The battle still reigns, Joclyn still lives, and the sight that was given 800 years ago is broken. And it’s not the only one. Sights that were once thought infallible have become nothing more than scattered glass, with broken pieces shattering into incorrect visages. Sain clings to the magic that he knows to be true, but there is something else, something that he is not saying. And what he does say is no longer adding up. Something is wrong. Ilyan and his people move through the caves, following a sight they hope to be correct, fleeing a battle that should have been the end while the battle within each of them grows with each step. Ryland fights the monsters his father has infected him with. Wynifred fights the confusion of who she is. Dramin fights to live. Prague may not survive this battle, it may be ripped to shreds...or burned to ashes.
  • Burnt Land
    Burnt Land Tua Harno
    Narrator:
    Siiri Scott
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    In the Outback gold-mining camps of Kalgoorlie, Australia, life is as gritty and harsh as the orange sand blasted from the pitted, scorched earth. For men, it can be lonely, but for women, in a land where little is protected, danger lurks in every leering glance. And Sanna is terrified. A graduate student researching gender equality in the mines while attempting to hide her pregnancy, she left her abusive boyfriend and her unstable family far behind in Finland, hoping to find inner peace in a new environment—only to find crude, scary men and tragic stories. Amid the parched, hostile surroundings, Sanna impossibly starts to feel love when she meets middle-aged miner Martti—another Finn, another restless soul with emotional scars. As their relationship deepens and her pregnancy progresses, Sanna’s unfulfilled desire for healing draws her to a charismatic spiritual guide who promises enlightenment. When Sanna follows her guide on an extended walkabout into the barren yet magical Australian desert, she discovers new connections with nature and herself. But will her quest lead her to happiness and peace, or could this trek be far more dangerous than she ever imagined?
  • Burnt River
    Burnt River Karin Salvalaggio
    Narrator:
    Erin Moon
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    When Detective Macy Greeley is called to Wilmington Creek, a sleepy ranching community in northern Montana, she expects an open-and-shut, if high-profile, murder case. What greets her is anything but. John Dalton, a soldier returned home from serving in Afghanistan, has been shot dead in an alleyway outside a local bar.Macy can’t see any obvious motive for the attack, but John’s closest friends and his twin sister, Jessie, have been keeping secrets. With a series of wildfires pushing the area’s resources to the limit and Darby Lake’s water level dropping to a record low, Jessie is becoming increasingly anxious about what may be uncovered if the rains don’t return to the valley soon.Haunted by what’s hidden beneath the still waters, she doesn’t know whether to help or hinder Macy’s investigation. And Macy herself is increasingly uneasy about what she discovers as she navigates the politics of a small town and the Dalton family clan, as well as her own complicated relationship with the father of her young son.Macy Greeley returns in another taut and intimate mystery from acclaimed Bone Dust White author Karin Salvalaggio.
  • Burnt Sienna
    Burnt Sienna David Morrell
    Narrator:
    Phil Gigante
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    Once Chase Malone waged war. Now he creates beauty, living as a reclusive painter in Mexico. Until a rich man hires Chase to do his wife’s portrait. And Chase finds out what beauty is really all about… Derek Bellasar is an international arms merchant who lives in a fortress-like mansion on the Riviera. Sienna is his wife and the woman whose incredible beauty Chase Malone must somehow capture on canvas. There’s only one problem: Every time Bellesar has one of his wives painted, she dies. Suddenly, Chase is fighting a one-man battle against Bellasar and a private army of highly trained killers. At stake is Sienna’s life — and more. Because the CIA has been using Chase to keep a blockbuster biological arms deal from going down. And with a man’s evil threatening to devastate the world, Chase Malone must save a woman, save his life, and practice the art of war…
  • Bury Him Among Kings
    Bury Him Among Kings Elleston Trevor
    Narrator:
    Derek Perkins
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    Elleston Trevor has chosen WW I and the lives of a variety of English soldiers for the setting and characters of this insightful novel. The narrative concerns two brothers from the British aristocracy—Aubrey and Victor Talbot. With them in the trenches of France, we share vicariously in their dangers and discomforts.
  • Bury the Living
    Bury the Living Jodi McIsaac
    Narrator:
    Alana Kerr Collins
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    Rebellion has always been in the O’Reilly family’s blood. So when faced with the tragic death of her brother during Northern Ireland’s infamous Troubles, a teenage Nora joined the IRA to fight for her country’s freedom. Now, more than a decade later, Nora is haunted by both her past and vivid dreams of a man she has never met. When she is given a relic belonging to Brigid of Kildare, patron saint of Ireland, the mystical artifact transports her back eighty years—to the height of Ireland’s brutal civil war. There she meets the alluring stranger from her dreams, who has his own secrets—and agenda. Taken out of her own time, Nora has the chance to alter the fortunes of Ireland and maybe even save the ones she loves. In this captivating and adventurous novel from Jodi McIsaac, history belongs to those with the courage to change it.
  • Bury What We Cannot Take
    Bury What We Cannot Take Kirstin Chen
    Narrator:
    Emily Woo Zeller
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    “Complex and rich, Chen’s story serves as a fascinating window into a unique period of history and the plight of one displaced family.” —Harper’s Bazaar The day nine-year-old San San and her twelve-year-old brother, Ah Liam, discover their grandmother taking a hammer to a framed portrait of Chairman Mao is the day that forever changes their lives. To prove his loyalty to the Party, Ah Liam reports his grandmother to the authorities. But his belief in doing the right thing sets in motion a terrible chain of events. Now they must flee their home on Drum Wave Islet, which sits just a few hundred meters across the channel from mainland China. But when their mother goes to procure visas for safe passage to Hong Kong, the government will only issue them on the condition that she leave behind one of her children as proof of the family’s intention to return. Against the backdrop of early Maoist China, this captivating and emotional tale follows a brother, a sister, a father, and a mother as they grapple with their agonizing decision, its far-reaching consequences, and their hope for redemption.
  • Burying the Honeysuckle Girls
    Burying the Honeysuckle Girls Emily Carpenter
    Narrator:
    Kate Orsini
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    Althea Bell is still heartbroken by her mother’s tragic, premature death—and tormented by the last, frantic words she whispered into young Althea’s ear: Wait for her. For the honeysuckle girl. She’ll find you, I think, but if she doesn’t, you find her. Adrift ever since, Althea is now fresh out of rehab and returning to her family home in Mobile, Alabama, determined to reconnect with her estranged, ailing father. While Althea doesn’t expect him, or her politically ambitious brother, to welcome her with open arms, she’s not prepared for the chilling revelation of a grim, long-buried family secret. Fragile and desperate, Althea escapes with an old flame to uncover the truth about her lineage. Drawn deeper into her ancestors’ lives, Althea begins to unearth their disturbing history…and the part she’s meant to play in it. Gripping and visceral, this unforgettable debut delves straight into the heart of dark family secrets and into one woman’s emotional journey to save herself from a sinister inheritance. “Narrator Kate Orsini navigates the transitions between a Southern mountain accent of the 1930s and a modern Southern accent with style and grace… [Burying the Honeysuckle Girls is] for listeners who enjoy thrillers and multigenerational family fiction.” —Library Journal
  • Bush Doctors
    Bush Doctors Annabelle Brayley
    Narrator:
    David Tredinnick
    Jacqui Katona
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    Sixteen stories of amazing outback doctors and their heroic deeds, from the bestselling author of Nurses of the Outback. Imagine yourself critically injured or seriously ill in the middle of nowhere. You’d be hoping like hell there was a doctor nearby to take charge; someone resourceful, who’d think quickly and stay calm under pressure; someone who could, if necessary, take charge from a distance. You’d want to be in the safe and sure hands of one of these amazing bush doctors. They might work in some of the most spectacular locations in Australia—from the splendid isolation of the Kimberley and the wide open spaces of outback Queensland to the freezing icecaps of Antarctica—but their profession demands long hours, extensive medical knowledge and, sometimes, courage beyond their experience. Meet some of the extraordinary medicos who save lives everyday beyond the great divide including Jenny Wilson, the locum with itchy feet who roams Australia and beyond to help people; Rolf Gomes, who built a “heart truck” to take life-saving medical advice to the inland; and Molly Shorthouse who cares for people’s mental health. And, always, there’s the Royal Flying Doctors… From the bestselling author of Nurses of the Outback, Bush Doctors is a powerful and captivating tribute to all rural and remote doctors—unsung Australian heroes who truly do care.
  • Bush, The
    Bush, The Don Watson
    Narrator:
    Don Watson
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    Bestselling author Winner NSW Premier’s Literary Awards / Book of the Year Award 2015 “Watson’s magnificent, celebratory, contradictory study of the Australian bush will challenge the national imagination.” —Thomas Keneally, winner of the Booker Prize An unputdownable journey, showcasing Watson’s trademark literary gift and sardonic wit, through the Australian landscape and character. While most Australians live in cities clinging to the coastal fringe, our sense of what an Australian is, or should be, is drawn from the vast and varied inland called the bush. But what do we mean by “the bush,” and how has it shaped us? Starting with his forebears’ battle to drive back nature and eke a living from the land, Don Watson explores the bush as it was and as it now is: the triumphs and the ruination, the commonplace and the bizarre, the stories we like to tell about ourselves and the national character, and those we don’t. A milestone work of memoir, travel writing, and history, The Bush takes us on a profoundly revelatory and entertaining journey through the Australian landscape and character.
  • Bushido Online
    Bushido Online Nikita Thorn
    Narrator:
    Christian Rummel
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    How Often Do You Get a Second Chance in Life? Seth Kinnaman's dream has always been to become the best fighter the world has ever seen. After spending his entire life training, he's finally ready to test his skills in the biggest tournament on Earth, where hundreds of the fiercest competitors vie for the supreme title. In the semifinals, Seth is getting the upper hand when his opponent uses an illegal blow to take him out. Upon waking up from a coma, Seth finds out he's lost his sight. He's become blind, and he's completely devastated. All his dreams are now shattered, and he soon falls into depression. What is he going to do with his life? That's when he's introduced to Bushido Online, a game that promises to keep his skills sharp while he figures out what his next move is going to be. Set in feudal Japan, this VRMMORPG is the land of ninjas and samurai. A world where the most honorable warriors meet the vilest bandits and where mythical creatures roam free. When he'll enter that new reality, Seth will discover that while it's easy to make friends there, one doesn't have to try very hard to get his fair share of powerful enemies. Soon he's going to have entire clans hunting him down as he struggles to learn the ropes and regain a sense of normalcy. Thankfully, Seth has a few things going for him: his extensive knowledge of combat and a never-say-die attitude. Bushido Online: The Battle Begins is the first book in the Bushido Online series, a work of litRPG fiction.
  • Bushido Online: Friends and Foes
    Bushido Online: Friends and Foes Nikita Thorn
    Narrator:
    Christian Rummel
    Release Date:
    8/14/2018
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    Now a Level 10 ronin, Seiki is slowly coming to terms with the death of Master Tsujihara and his new life in Shinshioka. Spending his days in the Wilderness, he's venting his remaining frustrations while staying away from the city drama and those griefers, like the Rogami Clan, who had made his in-game experience so challenging thus far. He has even taken up a trade skill.  But when he's presented with an offer he can't refuse and accepts a simple mission to deliver a message to Kano Castle, he quickly finds his troubles are only just beginning. Caught in an imbroglio that will only get worse the more he tries to do well, Seiki will set off a series of events that will lead to chaos, death, and the eventual destruction of an entire territory.  Surrounded by betrayal, hidden agendas, and people looking to take advantage of him, who can Seiki really trust?  When everything is not what it seems, it can be impossible to differentiate between friends and foes.  Bushido Online: Friends and Foes is the second book in the Bushido Online series, a work of litRPG fiction.
  • Bushranger of the Skies
    Bushranger of the Skies Arthur Upfield
    Narrator:
    Peter Hosking
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    An extraordinary case for Detective-Inspector Napoleon Bonaparte opens when a police car is bombed from the air on a lonely outback road by a mysterious pilot who plans to conquer a nation.The trail through the Land of Burning Water tests Bony's endurance to the limit and takes the detective as close to death as he has ever been.
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