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  • Pain-Free Life
    Pain-Free Life Andrea Hayes
    Narrator:
    Andrea Hayes
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    Irish broadcaster and producer Andrea Hayes is well known to the Irish public for her positive, friendly and down-to-earth persona on television and radio. Hidden behind her smile though, is Andrea’s battle with constant chronic pain. After over 20 years of unanswered questions, misdiagnosis, failed procedures and despair, the diagnosis of a rare neurological disorder, Chiari Malformation 1, in December 2013 set Andrea on a journey of wellness to become an empowered patient. Andrea’s compelling and candid story is an insightful and thought-provoking listen, revealing the daily struggle of life with an invisible illness and the step-by-step personal pain-management program she has developed in her search for a pain-free life. Trained as a clinical hypnotherapist, Andrea explores the power of the mind, and challenges the language of pain to create a positive mind set. This transformative, enlightening and inspiring audiobook is a must-listen for anyone suffering from or affected by pain or a chronic illness. The curative relaxation hypnosis that accompanies the audiobook is an excellent mechanism for self healing, and will also provide many more positive effects than just pain control for any daily wellness routine.
  • Painful Field, The
    Painful Field, The Roland J. Green
    Narrator:
    Traber Burns
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    As the mercenary forces of the Hunters attempt to rouse the alien-run Coordination, the crew of the Federation's starcruiser Shenandoah jump into action to stop them. The Painful Field is the fifth exciting installment of the Starcruiser Shenandoah series.
  • Painfully Rich
    Painfully Rich John Pearson
    Narrator:
    Martin Dew
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    Oil tycoon J. Paul Getty created the greatest fortune in America—and came close to destroying his own family in the process. Of his four sons who reached manhood, only one survived relatively unscathed. One killed himself, one became a drug-addicted recluse, and the third had to bear the stigma all his life of being disinherited in childhood. The unhappiness continued into the next generation, with the name Getty, as one journalist put it, 'becoming synonymous for family dysfunction.' Getty's once favourite grandson was kidnapped by the Italian mafia, lost his car and, after a lifetime of drink and drugs, became a paraplegic. A granddaughter is currently suffering from AIDS. And the Getty family itself has been torn apart by litigation over their poisoned inheritance. But did the disaster have to happen? John Pearson, who has specialized in biographies of families as varied as the Churchills, the British Royal Family, the Devonshires, and the Krays, sets out to find the answer. The result is a fascinating saga of an extraordinary dynasty. He traces much of the trouble to the bizarre character of the avaricious, sex-obsessed billionaire, J. Paul Getty himself—and demonstrates how much of his behaviour has been repeated in succeeding generations. He describes the famous kidnapping of his grandson in graphic detail, revealing how the old man's attitude added considerably to the boy's sufferings. And he shows how the family has coped with the latest modern scourges: drugs and AIDS. But Painfully Rich is not a hopeless story. While some of the family have been damaged by the Getty legacy, others have saved themselves from disaster, most notably the cricket-loving philanthropist, J. Paul Getty Jr. Pearson's moving story of his recovery from drugs and deep personal tragedy shows that there is hope for future generations of this stricken family—and demonstrates that money can be used to buy survival and even happiness.
  • Painless
    Painless Devon Hartford
    Narrator:
    Stella Bloom
    James Easter
    Release Date:
    1/2/2018
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    At last! The exciting, steamy, action-packed conclusion to the Story of Samantha Smith! Painless follows Samantha through the remainder of her first year in college at sunny San Diego University. Oh, and what about that hot hunk Christos Manos? When we last left him, his life balanced on the brink of disaster. What is going to happen to him? You'll have to listen to Painless to find out! Find out what happens to Samantha, Christos, Romeo, Kamiko, Madison, Jake, and everyone else in Painless, the third and final volume of the series! This book is full of surprises! Warning! Once again, the steam factor in Painless is much higher than in Fearless (book 1), but similar to Reckless (book 2).
  • Painted Goddess, A
    Painted Goddess, A Victor Gischler
    Narrator:
    Fiona Hardingham
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    When the gods go to war, who will stand against their divine fury? In the thrilling conclusion to the A Fire Beneath the Skin trilogy, the enchanted kingdom of Helva faces a nightmarish future of endless bloodshed, and Rina Veraiin—a young warrior-duchess armed with mysterious, magical tattoos—must use her fantastic powers to save her home from eternal war. As her far-flung friends scour Helva for additional tattoos to increase her formidable abilities, Rina reckons with an enigmatic death priest…the one whose contract grants her extraordinary magic but demands an awful price. When her debt comes due, can Rina make the ultimate sacrifice? Deities clash and allies succumb as Rina strives to fulfill her obligation and confront her strange and shocking destiny. Becoming an ink mage taxed Rina’s resources to their very limits; now she must become something else, something more, something awesome and terrible. If she fails, her world will fall.
  • Painted Highway, A
    Painted Highway, A Audrey Howard
    Narrator:
    Carole Boyd
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    Vibrant and headstrong, Ally Pearce loves working on the Edith, her family's narrow boat, proving she's the equal of any man on the Leeds to Liverpool canal. Betsy, delicate, calculating and sensuously beautiful, wants only to become a 'lady' - and will use the most unladylike means to become one. When Dr Tom Hartley enters the sisters' lives after a tragic accident both are attracted to him - but for very different reasons....
  • Painted Lady, The
    Painted Lady, The Felicia Rogers
    Narrator:
    Kathy Halenda
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    John Tillman, a simple man, has died. His wife seeks justice. By pure happenstance, Bruce Malone, a famous criminal attorney, receives the case. Unfortunately, it's going to take a miracle to win. But that's just what he gets. Elizabeth Smith is a preacher's daughter. An “ugly Betty”, she transforms her look like a butterfly emerging from a chrysalis. Because of her change in appearance, her position of employment changes and she becomes the ‘miracle' Bruce Malone needs. Not only for the case, but for the salvation of his family and his own soul.
  • Painted Man, The
    Painted Man, The Graham Masterton
    Narrator:
    Liza Ross
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    The new Sissy Sawyer adventure—The discovery of a murdered office worker in the elevator of a condemned building sets in motion a chain of events that will make the streets of Cincinnati run with blood. Police artist Molly and her alternative, chain-smoking, fortune-telling mother-in-law, Sissy Sawyer, become inextricably involved. Sissys tarot cards seem to be offering her clues, if only she can decipher them in time....
  • Painting The Corners
    Painting The Corners Bob Weintraub
    Narrator:
    Andy Caploe
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    Bob Weintraub's marvelous collection of baseball stories goes directly to the core of what the game does for us when we watch it being played on the field, and shows how its heroes and villains can reach into a person's life and remain a part of us for the rest of our days. The stories are told from various perspectives, including those of the player, manager, general manager, coach, scout, owner, writer, broadcaster, and fan. Each strives for its own sense of authenticity, seeks to introduce characters we'd be comfortable spending time with, and in many cases ends with an unexpected twist. In these and other stories, Weintraub infuses baseball with humanity, originality, humor and compassion, and raises the game to a new level of understanding and love.
  • Painting the Sand
    Painting the Sand Kim Hughes
    Narrator:
    Oliver Hemsbrough
    Release Date:
    2/13/2018
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    This is a book about science, bombs and what happens to the human psyche when every day you go to work might be your last. Kim Hughes is the most highly decorated bomb disposal operator serving in the British Army. He was awarded the George Cross in 2009 following a gruelling six-month tour of duty in Afghanistan, during which he defused 119 improvised explosive devices, survived numerous Taliban ambushes and endured a close encounter with the Secretary of State for Defence. The backdrop to Painting the Sand is the Afghan War, the conflict where the cold courage of the bomb disposal operator rose to national prominence. No other field of warfare offers the chance of a single individual to come so close to his enemy and fight out a battle of wits where losing means death. This is one of the best memoirs that will come out of a 10-year struggle to defeat a hidden and enduring enemy.
  • Paintings from the Cave
    Paintings from the Cave Gary Paulsen
    Narrator:
    Jim Bond
    Nick Podehl
    Kevin R. Free
    Sarah Grace
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    Gary Paulsen was one of the kids who slipped through the cracks, until art and dogs saved him. So are Jake, Jojo, and Jamie, all twelve-year-olds who, like Gary Paulsen, had to grow up too fast. “You stop moving, you’re done.” —Jake “Dogs know how to love better than people.” —Jojo “I’m surprised my pencil can take my hand where my mind would never go.” —Jamie Gary Paulsen’s three poignant novellas add up to an unforgettable book. Praise for NOTES FROM THE DOG 'Paulsen writes another touching story about human kindness and humanity.... This emotional coming-of-age journey about taking responsibility for one's own happiness and making personal connections will not disappoint.' -Publishers Weekly 'This candid and tender tale, told with [Paulsen's] signature humor, is a salute to the bravest of the brave.' -School Library Journal Praise for WOODS RUNNER 'Paulsen's talent for scene-setting...is paired here with a vivid story of the American Revolution.' -The New York Times Book Review *'A vivid and graphic tale of one boy caught up in a harsh war, a side of the American Revolution not often told.' -Kirkus Reviews, Starred *'Illuminating and gripping.' -Publishers Weekly, Starred
  • Paisley
    Paisley Celia Kyle
    Narrator:
    Dana Lane
    Release Date:
    1/9/2018
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    Thirty and single? Well, getcha butt to the Gathering! Wait...what? Paisley Twynham is over the whole werewolf thing. It'd been a shock to be magically kidnapped and plopped in the middle of a werewolf gathering. Then she got kidnapped a second time, had the crap beat out of her, escaped, and then met two men who are supposed to be her mates. Yup, all kinds of 'over' the Gathering. Her only salvations are her sisters and...the two men she can't help but drool over. Tall, muscular, sexy as hell, and, for some reason, they want her fluffy ass. Maybe she doesn't hate werewolves as much as she thought.... Chance and Hawkins don't quite have a solid Warden bond. Hawkins is holding back while Chance is slowly reaching the end of his patience after 10 years of partnership. The only woman who might save them is Paisley. Seductive, curvaceous, vivacious Paisley Twynham. She's their Warden Born mate and Chance refuses to let Hawkins' past stand in the way of their future. But something else hides in their path that threatens to end their mating before it begins. Or rather, someone. Part of the Alpha Marked series: The Wickhams Scarlet Gabriella Whitney Alpha Marked Boxed Set (Scarlet, Gabriella, Whitney) The Twynhams Rebecca Lorelei Paisley
  • Pakistan on the Brink
    Pakistan on the Brink Ahmed Rashid
    Narrator:
    Arthur Morey
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    What are the possibilities—and hazards—facing America as it withdraws from Afghanistan and as it reviews its long engagement in Pakistan? Where is the Taliban now in both these countries? What does the immediate future hold and what are America’s choices as President Obama considers our complicated history and faces reelection? These are some of the crucial questions that Ahmed Rashid— Pakistan’s preeminent journalist—takes on in this follow-up to his acclaimed Descent into Chaos. Rashid correctly predicted that the Iraq war would have to be refocused into Afghanistan and that Pakistan would emerge as the leading player through which American interests and actions would have to be directed. Now, as Washington and the rest of the West wrestle with negotiating with unreliable and unstable “allies” in Pakistan, there is no better guide to the dark future than Ahmed Rashid. He focuses on the long-term problems—the changing casts of characters, the future of international terrorism, and the actual policies and strategies both within Pakistan and Afghanistan and among the Western allies—as the world tries to bring some stability to a fractured region saddled with a legacy of violence and corruption. The decisions made by America and the West will affect the security and safety of the world. And as he has done so well in the past, Rashid offers sensible solutions and provides a way forward for all three countries. Praise for the narrator on Descent Into Chaos 'Arthur Morey's narration is succinct, measured, and sharp...[his] rapid delivery of complex sentences and ideas maintains a journalist's distance from the litany of incredible historical facts...[and his] voice allows the listener to absorb the staggering scope of information presented...'
  • Palace Guard, The
    Palace Guard, The Charlotte MacLeod
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    Andi Arndt
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    Sarah knows she shouldn't be here. The Kellings never did get invited back after that unfortunate incident when Madam Wilkins first opened her palatial museum to Boston's most critically outspoken Brahmins. But things have been quiet at Sarah's elegant Beacon Hill boarding house lately - nobody's been murdered in months. Lodger Max Bittersohn has free passes to today's concert, and he's one man she finds hard to turn down. But then something falls past them from the floor above, and the oldest guard sprawls dead among the hyacinths.
  • Palace Job, The
    Palace Job, The Patrick Weekes
    Narrator:
    Justine Eyre
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    Loch is seeking revenge.It would help if she wasn’t in jail. The plan: to steal a priceless elven manuscript that once belonged to her family, but now is in the hands of the most powerful man in the Republic. To do so Loch—former soldier, former prisoner, current fugitive—must assemble a crack team of magical misfits that includes a cynical illusionist, a shapeshifting unicorn, a repentant death priestess, a talking magical warhammer, and a lad with seemingly no skills to help her break into the floating fortress of Heaven’s Spire and the vault that holds her family’s treasure—all while eluding the unrelenting pursuit of Justicar Pyvic, whose only mission is to see the law upheld. What could possibly go wrong? The Palace Job is a funny, action-packed, high-fantasy heist caper in the tradition of Scott Lynch’s Gentleman Bastards series, from debut author Patrick Weekes.
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