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  • Puppeteer, The
    Puppeteer, The Tamsen Schultz
    Narrator:
    Marisa Vitali
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    CIA agent Danielle 'Dani' Williamson never stops believing that one day she'll find the man who killed her parents and stole her childhood. And when the nightmare she relives in her dreams is played out in carbon copy and linked to a group the CIA believes is planning a terrorist attack in the US, Dani thinks she might finally have her chance. Detective Ty Fuller loved being a Navy SEAL, but after seeing one too many innocent children killed, he was no longer able to stomach the world of politics, manipulation, and death. Now, as a detective with his local vice squad, he likes to think he's helping kids by keeping drugs off the streets - local problems, local solutions. But when Dani and her team arrive, they bring a case bigger than anything Ty's small New England town has seen in decades, drugs in exchange for weapons - lots of them. And as the case unfolds and the tensions simmer between them, Dani and Ty discover that all is not what it seems. Uncovering a web of manipulation that spans the globe and reaches all the way to the US president, they know the price for justice will be high, risking not just their fledgling relationship, but their very lives.
  • Puppies, Dogs, and Blue Northers
    Puppies, Dogs, and Blue Northers Gary Paulsen
    Narrator:
    Gary Paulsen
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    “Gary Paulsen, three of whose novels, Hatchet, Dogsong, and The Winter Room, have been Newbery Honor books, focuses in Puppies, Dogs, and Blue Northers on Cookie, his longtime companion and lead dog in the Iditarod, the grueling Alaskan cross-country sled race... characteristically nonstop action.” —The New York Times Book Review An experienced Iditarod racer, Gary Paulsen brings his love of the sport to readers on a personal level in this intimate essay about the life of a litter of pups born to pull sleds across the snowy frontier — and the marvel he experiences as he watches them grow and learn.
  • Puppy Fat
    Puppy Fat Morris Gleitzman
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    Morris Gleitzman
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    'What section do you want to advertise in? Toys? Sporting Equipment? Computers and Video Games?' The woman in the newspaper office took off her glasses and polished them on her cardigan. 'What are you advertising?' 'My parents,' said Keith. What does a kid do when his Mum and Dad are past it? Get them into shape, decides Keith. And find them new partners. It's a brilliant plan - but he'll need help.
  • Puppy Place: Princess, The
    Puppy Place: Princess, The Ellen Miles
    Narrator:
    Eliza Foss
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    It seems like it’s going to be just another normal Peterson family trip for haircuts—that is until Charles meets Princess, a spoiled but irresistible Yorkie pup. She belongs to one of the stylists but Princess’s owner is moving and can’t take the puppy with her. Charles volunteers to care for Princess until they find her a new home. But it doesn’t take long for the Petersons to get tired of Princess’s privileged ways. How will Charles ever find the right family for this high maintenance pup?
  • Pure Cold Light, The
    Pure Cold Light, The Gregory Frost
    Narrator:
    Emma Galvin
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    Guerrilla activist and rebel journalist Thomasina Lyell discovers a destructive, mind-shattering power that threatens the future of humankind and will stop at nothing to reveal it to the world.
  • Pure in Heart, The
    Pure in Heart, The Susan Hill
    Narrator:
    Steven Pacey
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    Detective Chief Inspector Simon Serrailler, first introduced in The Various Haunts of Men, is on a painting holiday in Venice when he is summoned home by a telephone call. He has family problems to face, and the stress and grind of running a busy police station. When a little boy is snatched as he stands with his satchel at the gate of his home, waiting for his lift to school, an ordinary community realizes that terror and evil are in their very midst.
  • Pure Land
    Pure Land Annette McGivney
    Narrator:
    Christine Marshall
    Release Date:
    5/8/2018
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    Pure Land is the story of the most brutal murder in the history of the Grand Canyon and how McGivney's quest to investigate the victim's life and death wound up guiding the author through her own life-threatening crisis. On this journey stretching from the southern tip of Japan to the bottom of Grand Canyon, and into the ugliest aspects of human behavior, Pure Land offers proof of the healing power of nature and of the resiliency of the human spirit. Tomomi Hanamure, a Japanese citizen who loved exploring the rugged wilderness of the American West, was killed on her birthday, May 8, 2006. She was stabbed 29 times as she hiked to Havasu Falls on the Havasupai Indian reservation at the bottom of Grand Canyon. Her killer was an 18-year old Havasupai youth named Randy Redtail Wescogame, who had a history of robbing tourists and was addicted to meth. It was the most brutal murder ever recorded in Grand Canyon's history. Annette McGivney covered the tragedy for Backpacker magazine where she is Southwest Editor and she wrote an award-winning article that received more reader mail than any story in the last decade. While the assignment ended when the article was published, McGivney could not let go of the story. As a woman who also enjoys wilderness hiking, McGivney felt a bond with Hanamure and embarked on a years-long pursuit to learn more about her. McGivney traveled to Japan and across the American West following the trail Hanamure left in her journals. Yet, McGivney also had a connection to Wescogame, Hanamure's killer, and her reporting unexpectedly triggered long-buried memories about violent abuse McGivney experienced as a child. Pure Land is a story of this inner and outer journey, how two women in search of their true nature found transcendence in the West's most spectacular landscapes. It is also a tale of how child abuse leads to violence and destroys lives. And it is, ultimately, a story of healing. While chronicling Hanamure's life landed McGivney in the crime scene of her own childhood, it was her connection to Hanamure - a woman she did not know until after Hanamure died - that helped McGivney find a way out of her own horror.
  • Pure Water
    Pure Water Coleman Barks
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    Coleman Barks
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    A 2009 Nautilus Gold Award Winner, Pure Water is Coleman Barks’ inspired live performance of the poetry of Jellaludin Rumi (1207-1273)-- with Sufi stories & jokes, accompanied with music by Bach, O’Carolan, Friesen and others. The performance captured in this recording recalls the essence of the communal celebrations of poetry, stories, jokes, prayer, and music in which Rumi’s work was first uttered, but presents it in a distinctive contemporary setting. Coleman’s words combine with the cello of Grammy Award-winner Eugene Friesen, carrying the language directly into the heart of the listener with a diverse menu of world folk melodies, Bach, and improvisation. As Rumi wrote: “What is the soul? Consciousness. The more awareness, the deeper the soul, and when such essence overflows, you feel a sacredness around. It’s so simple to tell one who puts on a robe and pretends to be a dervish from the real thing. We know the taste of pure water…”
  • Pure Wicked
    Pure Wicked Shayla Black
    Narrator:
    Christian Fox
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    1001 Dark Nights is a collection of breathtakingly sexy and magically romantic novellas inspired by the exotic tales of The Arabian Nights. In the original, Scheherazade desperately attempts to entertain her husband, the King of Persia, with nightly stories so that he will postpone her execution. In our versions, each of our fabulous authors puts a unique spin on the premise and creates a tale that a new Scheherazade tells long into the dark, dark night. During his decade as an international pop star, Jesse McCall has lived every day in the fast lane. A committed hedonist reveling in amazing highs, globetrotting, and nameless encounters, he refuses to think about his loneliness or empty future. Then tragedy strikes. Shocked and grieving, he sheds his identity and walks away, searching for peace. Instead, he finds Bristol Reese, a no-nonsense beauty scraping to keep her business afloat while struggling with her own demons. He's intent on seducing her, but other than a pleasure-filled night, she's not interested in a player, especially after her boyfriend recently proposed to her sister. In order to claim Bristol, Jesse has to prove he's not the kind of man he's always been. But when she learns his identity and his past comes back to haunt him, how will he convince her that he's a changed man who wants nothing more than to make her his forever?
  • Purgatory
    Purgatory Mike Resnick
    Narrator:
    Evan Greenberg
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    Set in Resnick's far future, where humankind has long spread out through the galaxy and there are as many alien races as there are planets suitable for colonization, Purgatory is a hard look at how many ways an advanced civilization can misunderstand a 'primitive' race.
  • Purgatory Gardens
    Purgatory Gardens Peter Lefcourt
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    Noah Michael Levine
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    Sammy Dee is a mid-level Long Island mafioso in witness protection. Didier Onyekachukwu was the corrupt minister of finance of the former Upper Volta. Both men find themselves in middle age, living in the Southern California version of genteel poverty in a down-market condo complex called Paradise Gardens. Enter Marcy Gray, a 'mature' actress barely getting by on a meager SAG pension. She is looking for a guy to help her through the duration and, frankly, at this point her standards are not as high as they should be; she'd settle for someone who doesn't pick his teeth at the table and who drives at night. Occasional sex and some travel wouldn't hurt. Her search has narrowed to two fellow residents: Sammy and Didier, who, being male, are mostly interested in getting into Marcy Gray's pants. Though a little of the money they mistakenly think she has wouldn't hurt either. Once both men realize that the other is the primary obstacle to Marcy's affections, each decides to put a hit on the other, and winds up unknowingly hiring the same father-son demolition squad. As the contract killers play both of their clients against one another, Marcy manages to keep both men out of her bed until one or the other of her prospects passes muster. Poisoned pizza, blown-up cars, sex in the sauna, and media madness ensue. It's Elmore Leonard meets Carl Hiaasen as directed by the Coen brothers. With Purgatory Gardens, Lefcourt is back at the top of his game as one of America's leading comedic writers.
  • Purge
    Purge Sofi Oksanen
    Narrator:
    Sian Thomas
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    Deep in an Estonian forest, two women – one young, one old – are hiding. Zara is a prostitute and a murderer, on the run from brutal captors, men who know about inflicting punishment. Aliide offers refuge, but not safety: she has her own secrets, traitorous crimes of passion and revenge committed long ago, during the country’s brutal Soviet years. Both women have suffered lives of abuse. But this time their survival depends on revealing the one thing history has taught them to keep safely hidden: the truth. A haunting, intimate and gripping story of suspicion, betrayal and retribution against a backdrop of Soviet oppression and European war. 'Finland’s hottest crime writer will soon be as well-known as Stieg Larsson.' — Sunday Times
  • Purge of District 89, The
    Purge of District 89, The D.J. Molles
    Narrator:
    Christian Rummel
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    Keep your head down. Do what you're told. It's easier that way. Walter Lawrence Baucom is used to the troops that patrol Agrarian District 89. He grew up with the sight of Chinese and Russian soldiers, right alongside the American ones. They are the Coalition. 'The Three Brothers', they call themselves. They claim that they are there to help. And he thinks that if he doesn't rock the boat, then they will never have a reason to break in his door and disappear him, like they did to his brother. But when a Chinese captain is kidnapped by resistance members, Walter is suddenly thrust into a fight he never wanted. A fight where there are many sides, but very few allies. As things in District 89 quickly spiral out of control and the borders are closed by Coalition troops, Walter will have to make a decision: What is he willing to fight for? His life? His freedom? His family?
  • Purification Ceremony, The
    Purification Ceremony, The Mark T. Sullivan
    Narrator:
    Liisa Ivary
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    At a young age in the Maine woods, Diana Jackman learned to move freely in the wilderness, to sense a world invisible to most. A natural tracker from a long line of shamans, healers, and hunters - an estranged wife and mother - she has returned to the woods to find again a place of magic...and death. Eight hunters have gathered on an isolated estate in Bristish Columbia to track record book whitetail deer. But someone else is watching the hunting party - an insane and violent force of nature, hiding in the blinding whiteness of the Canadian winter. And now the hunters themselves have become the game. For the first time in her life, Diana Jackman will know what it is to be prey. To survive she will have to rely on her father's teachings, and set out alone to hunt the hunter.
  • Purity
    Purity Douglas Clegg
    Narrator:
    Jonathan McClain
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    From the critically-acclaimed, award-winning author, Douglas Clegg, comes a twisting, dark psychological thriller of dangerous obsession. Owen Crites has watched Jenna Montgomery become a beautiful young woman as they've practically grown up together through the summer. Owen is the gardener's son, and one day he will become groundskeeper of the Montgomery summer estate on Outerbridge Island, off the New England coast. Now, both of them teenagers, Owen begins to understand that Jenna is meant for a different life in adulthood than what he is destined for - and he knows that he must somehow keep her on the island until she no longer wants to leave. But there's a shadowed evil nestled in Owen's heart. Enter Jimmy McTeague, the young tennis star from Manhattan, and heir to a sporting goods fortune. He has also come to spend the summer with the Montgomery's - and soon, a triangle of love, hate, and the darkest of human impulses emerges.
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