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  • Prophecy's Daughter
    Prophecy's Daughter Richard Phillips
    Narrator:
    Caitlin Davies
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    The epic fantasy continues as Lorness Carol’s burgeoning magical powers are the only hope in a destined war between good and primordial evil… “The silent one in the west has awakened.” A tantalizing message reignites Kragan’s centuries-old fury to find and exterminate the unwitting young adversary prophesied to destroy him. One step ahead of her pursuer, Lorness Carol, a warlord’s daughter and magic wielder, has led her people to a new stronghold in a verdant valley. Here, she’s been reunited with Blade, the assassin she has loved since childhood. But her spell book holds the secrets to powers she never imagined—powers that are not only expanding her abilities but challenging her sanity. As Carol grows more desperate to learn and control the powers of enchantment she was born to wield, Kragan and his minions wage a war to destroy Carol’s destiny before it’s realized. But if her people require the summoning of an ancient darkness to save them, then by all the gods, she will bring it.
  • Prophecy, The
    Prophecy, The Chris Kuzneski
    Narrator:
    Dick Hill
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    Michel de Nostredame, the French apothecary commonly known as Nostradamus, has gained a cultlike following since the sixteenth century. His loyalists credit him with predicting numerous world events — the Great Fire of London, the rise of Napoleon and of Hitler, the nuclear destruction of Hiroshima. Although much has been learned about Nostradamus over the centuries, his most important collection of prophecies has remained hidden . . . until now. The discovery of a puzzling message, written in a series of codes and ancient languages, prompts a young woman to seek out Jonathon Payne and David Jones at a charity event at the University of Pittsburgh’s Cathedral of Learning. Unfortunately, their meeting is interrupted by an assassin, sent to kill everyone who knows about the document. Relentlessly hunted by those determined to learn the secret, Payne and Jones are forced to fight back. In an adventure that spans two continents and several centuries, they must locate the sacred text that may change everything we think we know about the future.
  • Prophet
    Prophet Mike Resnick
    Narrator:
    Darla Middlebrook
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    With all of humanity frightened by her powers of prophecy, and a paid assassin known as the Iceman determined to kill her, Penelope Bailey hides on an obscure planet.
  • Prophet & The Wanderer, The
    Prophet & The Wanderer, The Kahlil Gibran
    Narrator:
    Robert Glenister
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    Kahlil Gibran (1883–1931) was Lebanese by birth but spent a major part of his life in America in the early part of the twentieth century. He wrote many collections of stories with a wise or whimsical tone, but none more popular than The Prophet, his first collection, or The Wanderer, his final anthology. They are read here with great sympathy and understanding by Robert Glenister.
  • Prophet with Honor, A
    Prophet with Honor, A William Martin
    Narrator:
    Maurice England
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    A Prophet with Honor celebrates one of the 20th century’s great luminaries. This engaging and comprehensive book will give both religious and secular readers a better understanding of the most successful evangelist in modern history, and the movement he led for over fifty years. This book makes a vital contribution to the Billy Graham legacy and allows us to understand why his words, actions, and personality have endeared him to popes and preachers, kings and presidents, and millions of Christians in virtually every nation and culture around the world for more than a half-century. A Prophet with Honor is the biography Graham himself requested and liked for its sympathetic but frank approach. In this carefully documented, eminently fair, and gracefully written account, William Martin raises and answers key questions about Graham’s character, contributions, and influence on the world religious scene. Tracing Graham’s life and ministry from his rural and religious roots in North Carolina to his place as the elder statesman of American evangelicalism, tracing both his triumphs and his tribulations, Martin shows the multidimensional character of the man who has become one of the most admired persons in the world. This engaging and comprehensive book offers a detailed understanding of the most successful evangelist in modern history, and the movement he led for over 50 years.
  • Prophet, The
    Prophet, The Celia Aaron
    Narrator:
    Teddy Hamilton
    Muffy Newtown
    J. F. Harding
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    I can't save myself from the cloister, and maybe I never could. The prophet grows more dangerous by the day. His delusions are steeped in blood, and if I'm not careful, that blood will be my own. Despite the growing risk, I still continue the search for the truth, no matter if the thorny path eventually twists back to Adam, guilt in his dark eyes. I've seen glimpses of his soul, and I know there is more to him than the monster, but it's so hard to reach him. I knew when I came here I'd have to fight, I just didn't realize the war would be waged on so many fronts.   Author's note: If you have a trigger, this audiobook will pull it. If you haven't listened to audiobook one, The Maiden, then you should do that first. The Prophet is the second audiobook in the Cloister series, and the conclusion to the series, The Church, is available now.
  • Prophetess, The
    Prophetess, The Barbara Wood
    Narrator:
    Susie Breck
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    The time is December 1999. Millennial fever holds the world in its grip - stirring ancient and terrible fears that the apocalypse is at hand. In the Sinai desert, archeologist Catherine Alexander just unearthed a cache of six ancient papyrus scrolls that point to the millennium's most transforming secret. Discovered inside the legendary Well of Miriam, a site named after the ancient prophetess who was the sister of Moses, the scrolls reveal a hidden history of the world and its religions - a series of shattering revelations that governments will do anything to suppress, and that an enigmatic billionaire named Miles Havers will do anything to possess. But there is more: a seventh scroll that contains a secret of almost unimaginable power. It is a secret that may cost Catherine her life as she dodges government agents, Vatican operatives, and cyberspace perils in her race to translate the scrolls and release their powers to the world. Aided by two very different and compelling men, Dr. Julius Voss and Father Michael Garibaldi, Catherine finds herself caught up in the adventure of a lifetime and a struggle that she must win.
  • Prophetic Literature
    Prophetic Literature Richard L. Troxel
    Narrator:
    John Haag John
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    Prophetic Literature: From Oracles to Books presents an in-depth introduction to the origins and development of the Prophetic Books of the Old Testament, including an examination of the literary structure, authorship, and editorial processes that produced each book. The only introductory textbook that explores both how the prophetic books were composed and edited. Accessible and engaging, the book contains numerous student features to encourage learning, including introductions, summaries, tablesandboxes, etc. Based on international scholarship on the individual prophetic books, including German scholarship that is otherwise inaccessible to most English readers.
  • Prophets
    Prophets S. Andrew Swann
    Narrator:
    Kevin Pariseau
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    It's been nearly 200 years since the collapse of the Confederacy, the last government to claim humanity's colonies. So when signals come in revealing lost human colonies that could shift the power balance, the race is on between the Caliphate ships and a small team of scientists and mercenaries. But what awaits them all is a threat far beyond the scope of any human government.
  • Prophets of Oak Ridge, The
    Prophets of Oak Ridge, The The Washington Post
    Dan Zak
    Narrator:
    Peter Berkrot
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    In the summer of 2012, in the dead of night, three peace activists penetrated the exterior of Y-12 in Tennessee, supposedly one of the most secure nuclear-weapons facilities in the United States. A drifter, an 82-year-old nun, and a house painter. And if they had been terrorists armed with explosives, intent on mass destruction? That nightmare scenario underlies the government’s response to the intrusion. The Prophets of Oak Ridge is the story of two competing worldviews, of conscience vs. court, of fantasy vs. reality, of history vs. the future.
  • Propositioning Mr. Raine
    Propositioning Mr. Raine Laurann Dohner
    Narrator:
    Liz Chastain
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    Trina Mattews lost her husband of 16 years to a tragic accident. Starting her life over in the small town of Hailey, Texas, at the age of 38 sounded like a good idea but she never counted on the loneliness she’d experience. Navarro Raine is the hottest man she’s ever seen. He’s tall, with piercing blue eyes and Native American beauty. He fills her nighttime fantasies and makes her wonder about all the things she’s yet to experience in bed. And Navarro has a reputation for being very good in that department.… Discovering he’s about to lose his family ranch, Trina has the perfect solution for both of them. She’s willing to offer Navarro the money to save his ranch if he’ll give her the kind of sex she’s only read about. It might be the craziest thing she’s ever done but after years of vanilla sex, she’s made up her mind - it’s time to taste a few more flavors.
  • Prospect
    Prospect Anne Truitt
    Narrator:
    Alice Rosengard
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    In her widely acclaimed earlier memoirs, Daybook and Turn, Anne Truitt charted her life as an artist, mother and teacher. In Prospect, Truitt looks at the far end of her life's arc and feels the urgent need to reevaluate what she has done. A major retrospective of her sculpture in a New York gallery offers a daunting but exhilarating chance for the work to be considered anew. Meanwhile, a forced retirement from her teaching position leads her to examine her own vulnerability. In lambent and affecting prose, Truitt muses on the mingling of art and life, celebrates the love of family, and envisions the possibilities that the future yet holds.
  • Prostitutes and Polygamists
    Prostitutes and Polygamists David T. Lamb
    Narrator:
    Mark Smeby
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    Jacob and Solomon were polygamists. Tamar and Rahab were prostitutes. What are polygamists and prostitutes doing on the pages of Holy Scripture? And God told the prophet Hosea to marry a prostitute. What about Cain—did he really marry his sister? Abraham did, and he was also a polygamist. Lot offered his daughters up for rape, David committed adultery (or rape?) and the Bible calls both men righteous. Love, Old Testament style, was bizarre.As readers of the Old Testament encounter these weird, confusing, and horrific “love” stories they ask, “What’s up with sex in the Old Testament?” The church often ignores the R-rated bits of the Bible, so it’s hard for people to find answers to their disturbing questions about sex in Scripture, which can lead people to give up on God and God’s word.However, these stories were included in the Bible for a reason, to reveal an even more shocking “love” story. When humans behave badly, God behaves graciously. God not only forgives people with sexual baggage, but also redeems their lives and includes them in his mission. God’s word records their story to benefit us. Just as sex was not often ideal in the Old Testament, it’s often not ideal today. Instead of ignoring these stories, Prostitutes and Polygamists engages, discusses, and learns from them.
  • Prostitutes' Ball, The
    Prostitutes' Ball, The Stephen J. Cannell
    Narrator:
    Scott Brick
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    It’s a few days before Christmas when Detective Shane Scully and his wife, Alexa, respond to a call in the Hollywood Hills. The crime scene is the pristine backyard swimming pool of a once immaculate mansion on Skyline Drive, the site of an infamous murder decades prior, in which a family was killed in cold blood on Christmas Eve. In the ensuing years, the house has been shuttered and left exactly as it stood on that terrible night. Shane and Alexa arrive to discover the aftermath of a lavish party. The revelers have fled, leaving three dead bodies, all shot with the same gun. One is acclaimed film producer Scott Berman. The others, a pair of gorgeous women in their early twenties. Scully is assigned to the case along with his new partner, Sumner Hitchens. Hitch has a reputation in the department as a self-promoter; he sold the story rights to one of his cases to a film production company — and he has the millions to show for it. Scully and Hitch begin to investigate, and the case looks to be open-and-shut: The two young women were hired prostitutes, and there’s a security video of an angry husband firing on all three. A simple case of revenge. But there’s a catch: The detectives discover a single spent bullet casing that doesn’t match the rest. From that single bullet emerges a story that spans thirty years — a tale of love, murder, suicide, and one of the biggest financial frauds in L.A. history. It’s a story fit for the screen — and Hitch is determined to get it there, no matter what it takes. But someone has gone to great lengths to cover up the crime, and as Scully and Hitch get closer to the answer, they find themselves in a killer’s crosshairs. The case could be the makings of a blockbuster Hollywood film — but only if Scully gets out of it alive.
  • Protected
    Protected Lexi Blake
    Narrator:
    Ryan West
    Release Date:
    1/1/2019
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    From New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Lexi Blake comes a new story in her Masters and Mercenaries series…    A second chance at first love   Years before, Wade Rycroft fell in love with Geneva Harris, the smartest girl in his class. The rodeo star and the shy academic made for an odd pair but their chemistry was undeniable. They made plans to get married after high school but when Genny left him standing in the rain, he joined the Army and vowed to leave that life behind. Genny married the town's golden boy, and Wade knew that he couldn't go home again.   Could become the promise of a lifetime   Fifteen years later, Wade returns to his Texas hometown for his brother's wedding and walks into a storm of scandal. Genny's marriage has dissolved and the town has turned against her. But when someone tries to kill his old love, Wade can't refuse to help her. In his years after the Army, he's found his place in the world. His job at McKay-Taggart keeps him happy and busy but something is missing. When he takes the job watching over Genny, he realizes what it is.   As danger presses in, Wade must decide if he can forgive past sins or let the woman of his dreams walk into a nightmare....
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