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  • Put a Spell on You
    Put a Spell on You Karen Clarke
    Narrator:
    Emma Fenney
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    On the eve of her 27th birthday, Josie Goodwin is feeling harassed. Her boyfriend, Will, has become a donkey-loving hippy ,and her best friend, Lara, has baby brain. She desperately needs to find the perfect location for a film shoot, or her career may implode. Her eccentric grandma has always said that Josie will inherit a book of spells on her birthday, but since she doesn’t believe in magic, nothing will improve; or will it?
  • Put on by Cunning
    Put on by Cunning Ruth Rendell
    Narrator:
    Charles Kay
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    Sir Manual Camargue had just announced his intention of taking a second wife, 50 years his junior. On the same cold winter's day, he died as a result of what was surely a tragic accident. But Wexford doubts that Camargue's death came by misadventure.
  • Put Your Dream to the Test
    Put Your Dream to the Test John C. Maxwell
    Narrator:
    Wayne Shepherd
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    What’s the difference between a dreamer and someone who achieves a dream? According to best-selling author Dr. John Maxwell, the answer lies in answering ten powerful, yet straightforward, questions. Whether you’ve lost sight of an old dream or you are searching for a new one within you, Put Your Dream to the Test provides a step-by-step action plan that you can start using today to see, own, and reach your dream. Dr. Maxwell draws on his forty years of mentoring experience to expertly guide you through the ten questions required of every successful dreamer:The Ownership QuestionThe Clarity QuestionThe Reality QuestionThe Passion QuestionThe Pathway QuestionThe People QuestionThe Cost QuestionThe Tenacity Question The Fulfillment Question The Significance Question More importantly, Dr. Maxwell helps you to create the right answers, giving you principles and tips to so you can make good decisions and maximize every moment to achieve your dream.Don’t leave your dream to chance. This book is a must-have and can make the difference between failure and success.
  • Putin's Wars
    Putin's Wars Marcel H Van Herpen
    Narrator:
    Julian Elfer
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    This audiobook offers the first systematic analysis of Putin's two wars, placing the Second Chechen War and the War with Georgia of 2008 in their broader historical contexts. Drawing on extensive original Russian sources, Marcel H. Van Herpen analyzes in detail how Putin's wars were prepared and conducted and why they led to allegations of war crimes and genocide. He shows how the conflicts functioned to consolidate and legitimate Putin's regime and explores how they were connected to a third, hidden, 'internal war' waged by the Kremlin against the opposition. The author convincingly argues that the Kremlin—relying on the secret services, the Orthodox Church, the Kremlin youth 'Nashi,' and the rehabilitated Cossacks—is preparing for an imperial revival, most recently in the form of a 'Eurasian Union.' An essential book for understanding the dynamics of Putin's regime, this study digs deep into the Kremlin's secret long-term strategies. Clearly argued, it makes a compelling case that Putin's regime emulates an established Russian paradigm in which empire building and despotic rule are mutually reinforcing. As the first comprehensive exploration of the historical antecedents and political continuity of the Kremlin's contemporary policies, Van Herpen's work will make a valuable contribution to the literature on post-Soviet Russia, and his arguments will stimulate vigorous debate.
  • Puttering About in a Small Land
    Puttering About in a Small Land Philip K. Dick
    Narrator:
    Luke Daniels
    Kate Rudd
    Amy McFadden
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    When Roger and Virginia Lindhal enroll their son Gregg in Mrs. Alt’s Los Padres Valley School in the mountains of Southern California, their marriage is already in deep trouble. Then the Lindhals meet Chic and Liz Bonner, whose two sons also board at Mrs. Alt’s school. The meeting is a catalyst for a complicated series of emotions and traumas, set against the backdrop of suburban Los Angeles in the early fifties. The buildup of emotional intensity and the finely observed characterizations are hallmarks of Philip K. Dick’s work.This is a realistic novel filled with details of everyday life and skillfully told from three points of view. It is powerful, eloquent, and gripping.
  • Putting It Together Again When It's All Fallen Apart
    Putting It Together Again When It's All Fallen Apart Tom Holladay
    Narrator:
    Tom Holladay
    Release Date:
    2/6/2018
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    Life crises can throw you into a tail-spin—a lost job, a failed relationship, a struggling business, a financial mess. Where do you start? How do you pull it together? How do you begin again? Tom Holladay experienced a catastrophe first-hand when a sudden flood in California destroyed his home, his church, and the homes of many church members. Tom and his congregation had to rebuild, and they used the principles in the book of Nehemiah to get back on their feet. Now a teaching pastor at Saddleback Church, Tom will help you discover seven principles for putting it together again that will give you the direction you need to get rolling on that fresh start. Holladay will walk you through seeing every problem as an opportunity, facing the obstacles head on and taking your first step, knowing how to expect and reject opposition, build on your success, and dedicating yourself to the One who rebuilds our souls. The task of starting again can seem impossible. And sometimes you just need to rebuild your confidence and regain a sense of purpose. If you’re trying to find the emotional energy, but you just don’t have it in you, let Holladay encourage you. He understands how difficult and rewarding the business of rebuilding is. This book is your encouraging how-to guide to starting again and stepping into a better future. As a teaching pastor at Saddleback Church, Tom Holladay gives seven principles from the Book of Nehemiah to help you trust God in prayer, and find direction for sorting the possibilities from the ruins. You will learn:To see problems as opportunitiesHow to take the first stepStay focused by saying thanksExpect and reject oppositionOrganize your successRegain and retain the joy in your lifeAnd dedicate the process to GodThe task of starting again after a catastrophe often looks impossible. If you’re trying to find the emotional energy, but you don’t seem to care, you just can’t find it in you, then Rebuild is the book for you.  It’s a strong and comforting word about the blueprints you need to start again.
  • Putting Your Employees First
    Putting Your Employees First Michael Bergdahl
    Narrator:
    Patrick Lawlor
    Release Date:
    3/6/2018
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    In the 21st century, many of the most successful companies focus on the development, success, and happiness of their own employees first. That's because they know engaged employees will enthusiastically take ownership of selling products and serving customers. Not surprisingly, they also know that in the end strong sales and profitability will follow. Are you ready to re-prioritize your people?
  • Puzzle for Inspector West
    Puzzle for Inspector West John Creasey
    Narrator:
    Gareth Armstrong
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    As Chief Inspector West put the cuffs on James Liddell, a feeling of doubt lingered - had this man really committed murder? What seemed to most like a cut and dried case is further complicated when Francesca, Liddell's beautiful daughter, flies into London. She is frightened. What's more, she has a guilty secret. As West pieces together the puzzle, in search of motive and murderer, he comes to see the full picture in all its chilling ugliness.... Born in Surrey, England in 1908 into a poor family in which there were nine children, John Creasey grew up to be a true master story teller and international sensation. His more than 600 crime, mystery and thriller titles have now sold 80 million copies in 25 languages. These include many popular series such as Gideon of Scotland Yard, The Toff, Dr Palfrey and The Baron. Creasey wrote under many pseudonyms, explaining that booksellers had complained he totally dominated the 'C' section in stores. Never one to sit still, Creasey had a strong social conscience, and stood for Parliament several times, along with founding the One Party Alliance which promoted the idea of government by a coalition of the best minds from across the political spectrum. He founded the British Crime Writers' Association, which to this day celebrates outstanding crime writing. The Mystery Writers of America bestowed upon him the Edgar Award for best novel and then in 1969 the ultimate Grand Master Award.
  • Puzzle of the Blue Banderilla, The
    Puzzle of the Blue Banderilla, The Stuart Palmer
    Narrator:
    Julie McKay
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    Hildegarde Withers heads down Mexico way where the death in the afternoon involves neither a matador nor a bull. Inspector Oscar Piper is off on a junket to Mexico in the summer of 1937 (surrounded by a bunch of Democrats, huffed Miss Withers) when a customs inspector on a train headed for Mexico City sniffs a very potent bottle of cheap perfume and promptly drops dead. Quite naturally, Oscar telegraphs Hildegarde in Manhattan about the perfume and quite naturally Miss Withers packs her bags and heads south of the border, figuring Oscar is out of his depth if he has to rely on deductive reasoning rather than a rubber hose. Why any of the occupants of the train should want to kill a harmless Mexican customs inspector is so puzzling that everyone assumes that the real intended victim is a self-made rich american woman who seemingly has rededicated her life to shopping. Her husband ought to be the prime suspect but he seems devoted to her, although he was spotted giving cash to a pretty young redhead when he thought no one was looking. Then there were the two American fast buck artists who figured they could get rich buying up all the gasoline-powered generators in Mexico on the eve of a strike by utility workers. They looked especially guilty when their shady, double-crossing associate - a somewhat accomplished ladies' man - becomes the second person to die. A blue banderilla, usually used to slow bulls down, is driven through his back during a Sunday afternoon bullfight in Mexico City. Miss Withers borrows a technique from Sherlock Holmes himself to show that a banderilla makes for a lousy murder weapon, a conclusion also reached by a rather odd young Mexican man whose English seems to come and go. First published in 1937, this lighthearted mystery displays all the charm that made Miss Withers Anthony Boucher's favorite female sleuth as well as a favorite of moviegoers during the early days of the talkies.
  • Puzzle of the Happy Hooligan, The
    Puzzle of the Happy Hooligan, The Stuart Palmer
    Narrator:
    Julie McKay
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    Hildegarde Withers is on the hunt again, as a vacation in California lands her a movie job and two dealers to clear up. Her own death brings Inspector Piper to the scene, and her resurrection cuts through Hollywood red tape as she becomes a target for the killer.
  • Puzzle of the Pepper Tree, The
    Puzzle of the Pepper Tree, The Stuart Palmer
    Narrator:
    Julie McKay
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    “I don’t want to die,” said the man in the brown suit, who was the last passenger to board the little airplane, but he did. The other passengers thought he was just airsick and the pilots of the Dragonfly assumed it was a heart attack, but when they landed on Catalina Island where Miss Hildegarde Withers was enjoying her first vacation in five years, they bowed to her insistence that the body be examined by the island doctor as well as the chief of police. And they eventually were forced to agree with her suggestion that the man might have been murdered - but how, in midair in plain view of eight other passengers? It turns out that Hildy’s old friend Inspector Oscar Piper has an interest in the case, as the dead man was scheduled to testify in a New York City graft investigation and it was worth $15,000 to someone to keep him from doing so. While she’s waiting for Oscar to show up, Hildy befriends the other passengers, particularly Phyllis La Fond, an aspiring actress with a taste for adventure, and together they go snooping around the island. With its colorful Southern California background and ingenious plot, it’s one of Hildy’s most enjoyable adventures.
  • Puzzle of the Red Stallion, The
    Puzzle of the Red Stallion, The Stuart Palmer
    Narrator:
    Julie McKay
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    Odds for murder... Top model Violet Feverel should be a pretty picture riding the big red thoroughbred Siwash - but the front page photo on the tabloids is ugly as death. The police dub the tragedy an unfortunate accident. But Miss Hildegarde Withers, who stumbled across the girl's body on the Central Park bridle path, knows they are, unfortunately, wrong. Just plain horse sense tells her it was murder. Who was the stranger in the too-small overcoat? What caused the spot of blood on the stallion's flank? What obvious clue at the scene of the crime was a red herring? Joining forces with New York's grumpiest homicide inspector, Oscar Piper, Miss Withers is once again off and running after a killer. Then a day at the races ends with another dead body, and Miss Withers must play a deadly game of sleuth where the stakes are high and odds are growing higher.
  • Puzzle of the Silver Persian, The
    Puzzle of the Silver Persian, The Stuart Palmer
    Narrator:
    Julie McKay
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    Crusty schoolteacher/sleuth Hildegarde Withers can't escape mysterious deaths, even on a trans-Atlantic crossing on an ocean liner. En route to England she spends part of her time (when not feeling queasy) sizing up her fellow passengers. Her intuition helps when passengers and crew start dropping over the side, or just dropping, period.
  • Pygmalion
    Pygmalion George Bernard Shaw
    Narrator:
    Roslyn Alexander
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    One of Shaw's most enduring works, Pygmalion is an insightful comedy of class relations and perceptions, as played out between a Cockney flower girl and the irascible speech professor who has taken her on as a pet project. Described by critics as 'a play of great vitality and charm,' Pygmalion inspired the award-winning stage and film productions of Lerner and Loewe's musical, My Fair Lady.An L.A. Theatre Works full cast performance featuring:Roslyn Alexander as Mrs. Eynsford-HillShannon Cochran as Eliza DoolittleDenise du Maurier as Mrs. HigginsRebecca MacLean as Clara Eynsford-HillDavid New as Freddy Eynsford-HillKenneth J. Northcott as Colonel PickeringNicholas Pennell as Henry HigginsNicholas Rudall as Alfred DoolittleBen Whitehouse as Bystander/ButlerLaura Whyte as Mrs. PearceDirected by Nicholas Rudall. Recorded before an audience by L.A. Theatre Works.
  • Pygmalion (Naxos)
    Pygmalion (Naxos) George Bernard Shaw
    Narrator:
    Anton Lesser
    Full Cast
    Lucy Whybrow
    Geoffrey Palmer
    Hannah Gordon
    David Burke
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    Pygmalion remains one of the most popular stories—but mainly in the medium of the musical; the evergreen My Fair Lady. But much of the charm and wit comes from the words and timing in Shaw's original play. Here are the characters of Professor Higgins, his friend Colonel Pickering, and their charge, Eliza Doolittle. Directed by John Tydeman, this delightful comedy is presented in its original play version, with the extended narrations setting the background and concluding the drama—a device perfectly suited to audiobook.
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