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  • Quiller KGB
    Quiller KGB Adam Hall
    Narrator:
    Antony Ferguson
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    Quiller is asked by London's Bureau to accept a mission with a completely new twist: To work with Russia's formidable and ruthless KGB. The Soviet Union's charismatic leader is headed for a diplomatic visit to East Berlin at a time when tensions surrounding the hated Berlin Wall are at their height. Quiller uncovers more than one conspiracy as he tries to stop a highly sophisticated assassin from killing Russia's General-Secretary.
  • Quiller Meridian
    Quiller Meridian Adam Hall
    Narrator:
    Antony Ferguson
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    A mission is blown in Bucharast: London's Bureau agent is killed and his Russian contact fled before priceless information could be delivered. Quiller is called in to track down the contact and proceed with the mission, code name Meridian. From the Siberian Express to the northern city of Novosibirsk, Quiller must follow increasingly elusive links to uncover the secret that, if unexposed, will destroy world stability and countless lives.
  • Quiller's Run
    Quiller's Run Adam Hall
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    Antony Ferguson
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    After his last mission (see QUILLER) and feeling betrayed by the London Bureau, Quiller accepts what seems a freelance assignment involving the drug trade and armed rebellion in Southeast Asia. In Singapore Quiller is nearly killed by assassins of a ruthless female leader named Shoda, and his mission will involve using voodoo-style fear to keep Shoda from igniting a bloodbath in the region.
  • Quillifer
    Quillifer Walter Jon Williams
    Narrator:
    Ralph Lister
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    'In Quillifer, Williams has presented us with a picaresque novel in the grand tradition of Fielding's Tom Jones, big as life and three times as amazing and affecting.' (Locus Magazine) From New York Times best-selling and award-winning author Walter Jon Williams comes an adventurous epic fantasy about a man who is forced to leave his comfortable life and find his fortune among goddesses, pirates, war, and dragons. Quillifer is young, serially in love, studying law, and living each day keenly aware that his beloved homeport of Ethlebight risks closure due to silting of the harbor. His concerns for the future become much more immediate when he returns from a summery assignation to find his city attacked by Aekoi pirates, leading to brigands in the streets and his family and friends in chains. First he has to survive the night. Then he has to leave his home behind and venture forth into the wider world of Duisland, where he can find friends and allies to help avenge his losses and restore Ethlebight to glory. His determination will rock kingdoms, shatter the political structure of Duisland, and change the country forever.
  • Quilt Walk, The
    Quilt Walk, The Sandra Dallas
    Narrator:
    Kate Reinders
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    It is 1863 and Emily Blue Hatchett has been told by her father that, come spring, their family will leave their farm, family and friends in Quincy, Illinois, and travel the Overland Trail to a new home in Golden, Colorado. Emmy and her mom have mixed feelings about the trip and are saddened by all they must leave behind. When Emmy's grandmother comes to say goodbye, she gives Emmy a special gift, something to occupy her time along the trail. The journey by wagon train is long and full of hardships, and Emmy's experiences along the way bring the period of westward expansion, as well as issues facing women, to life for young listners. New York Times best-selling and award-winning author Sandra Dallas brings her much-admired storytelling talent to middle-grade readers for the first time. She is the author of eleven adult novels as well as 10 nonfiction books. Sandra's novels, with their themes of loyalty, friendship, and human dignity, have been translated into a dozen foreign languages and have been optioned for films. Sandra is the recipient of the Women Writing the West Willa Award and two-time winner of the Western Writers of America Spur Award.
  • Quilt, The
    Quilt, The Gary Paulsen
    Narrator:
    Susan Ericksen
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    A six-year-old boy goes to spend the summer with his grandmother Alida in a small Minnesota town. With the men all gone off to fight, the women are left to run the farms. There’s plenty for the boy to do – trying to help with the chores; getting to know the dog and the horses, cows, pigs, and chickens. But when his cousin Kristina goes into labor, he can’t do a thing. Instead, the house fills with women come to help and to wait, and to work on the quilt together. This is no common, everyday quilt, but one that contains all the stories of the boy’s family. And as they wait, and work, the women share these stories with the boy. In this spare, affecting novel, ordinary life and ordinary things take on a new meaning, and the bond between a boy and his grandmother shines through.
  • Quilted by Christmas
    Quilted by Christmas Jodie Bailey
    Narrator:
    Emily Caudwell
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    Taryn McKenna believes she's easy to forget. Abandoned by her parents and left behind when her high school sweetheart joined the army, she vows to never love again and throws herself into her love for the outdoors and the pursuit of a college degree - something no one else in her family has ever accomplished. Her goal, as a young teacher in the hills of North Carolina, is to leave a legacy in the lives of the middle school children she teaches. When Taryn's grandmother Jemma, the only other person who ever held her close, has a heart attack that reveals a fatal medical condition, Taryn is corralled into helping Grandma work on a final project - an Irish chain quilt that tells the story of her history and the love Jemma knows is out there for Taryn. As the pieces of the quilt come together, Taryn begins to see her value. Can she learn to believe that God will never leave her behind even though others have?
  • Quimera
    Quimera Malenka Ramos
    Narrator:
    Jorge Gomez Cabrera
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    En los años cincuenta, los castigos, las celdas de aislamiento, y los abusos a los niños eran algo habitual en el orfanato de San Torbe. Antón se juró regresar cuando fuera un hombre, derribar los muros de ladrillo, que tanto dolor les había causado, y construir Quimera. Un hogar para todos, sin importar su condición, sexualidad o declinaciones. Cuarenta años después, todos esos niños, ahora hombres y mujeres, siguen en contacto, pero pocos desean regresar al lugar que tanto dolor les causó. Antón no está dispuesto a que olviden los buenos momentos que vivieron allí y la promesa que se hicieron siendo unos niños, y por eso le envía una carta a cada uno. Quiere reunirlos de nuevo en Quimera. ¿Logrará Antón reunirlos de nuevo? ¿Cumplirán aquella promesa que se hicieron de niños? Y sobre todo... ¿Qué sucedió en San Torbe que cambió sus vidas para siempre? Un drama con pinceladas de erotismo que nos muestra que el amor y el deseo pueden brotar incluso en la barbarie, y la represión no siempre consigue aplacar nuestro lado más libre y revolucionario. Quimera, Las edades bárbaras, nos introduce a las distintas relaciones de unos jóvenes, y en sus amores prohibidos, en una época que no les correspondía y jamás les entendería. Cada uno de ellos guarda un recuerdo terrible pero también unas experiencias que van más allá del amor y de la amistad. Please note: This audiobook is in Spanish.
  • Quin's Shanghai Circus
    Quin's Shanghai Circus Edward Whittemore
    Narrator:
    Brian Zelis
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    In Edward Whittemore’s masterful and surreal alternate history, a man’s search for answers about his vanished parents propels him on an odyssey from the present into the past, from a bar in the Bronx to Tokyo and Shanghai during the Second World War. Quin, born in China and raised in the Bronx, is orphaned in the closing days of the Second World War when his parents go missing and are presumed dead in Shanghai. Years later, in a Bronx bar, Quin encounters a stranger who hints that he can uncover the secrets of his past by accompanying Big Gobi, an adult orphan too simpleminded to travel alone, on a journey to meet his guardian in Tokyo. Quin arrives in Japan determined to uncover the truth about his parents’ past, but his search soon raises more questions than answers. What are the connections between a Russian anarchist, a one-eyed baron who is head of the Japanese secret service known as the Kempeitai, and the atrocities committed during the rape of Nanking? And what does any of it have to do with Quin’s parents? Part espionage novel and part surreal fantasy, Quin’s Shanghai Circus, the first novel by Edward Whittemore, is a remarkable and audacious literary feat. Alive with a fascinating cast of characters and equally enthralling turns of events, former CIA officer Whittemore offers readers a mesmerizing glimpse at a secret history of the twentieth century.
  • Quinn
    Quinn Iris Johansen
    Narrator:
    Jennifer VanDyck
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    As a former Navy SEAL turned cop, Joe Quinn has seen the face of evil and knows just how deadly it can be. When he first met Eve Duncan, he never expected to fall in love with a woman whose life would be defined by her dual desires to bring home her missing daughter and discover the truth behind her disappearance – no matter how devastating. With the help of CIA agent Catherine Ling, they make a shocking discovery that sheds new light on young Bonnie’s abduction and puts Quinn squarely in the crosshairs of danger. Eve’s first love, John Gallo, a soldier supposedly killed in the line of duty, is very much alive – and very much a threat. Emotionally charged, with one shock after another, Quinn reveals the electricity of Joe and Eve’s first connection, and how they fell in love in the midst of haunting tragedy. As their search takes them deeper and deeper into a web of murder and madness, Joe and Eve must confront their most primal fears...and test their resolve to uncover the ultimate bone-chilling truth.
  • Quintana of Charyn
    Quintana of Charyn Melina Marchetta
    Narrator:
    Grant Cartwright
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    The climactic conclusion of Printz Award winner Melina Marchetta’s epic fantasy trilogy!Separated from the girl he loves and has sworn to protect, Froi and his companions travel through Charyn searching for Quintana and building an army that will secure her unborn child’s right to rule. While in the valley between two kingdoms, Quintana of Charyn and Isaboe of Lumatere come face-to-face in a showdown that will result in heartbreak for one and power for the other. The complex tangle of bloodlines, politics, and love introduced in Finnikin of the Rock and Froi of the Exiles coalesce into an engrossing climax in this final volume.
  • Quintessence
    Quintessence David Walton
    Narrator:
    John Keating
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    Imagine an Age of Exploration full of alchemy, human dissection, sea monsters, betrayal, torture, religious controversy, and magic. In Europe, the magic is thin, but at the edge of the world, where the stars reach down close to the Earth, wonders abound. This drives the bravest explorers to the alluring Western Ocean. Christopher Sinclair is an alchemist who cares only about one thing: quintessence, a substance he believes will grant magical powers and immortality. And he has a ship....
  • Quirkology
    Quirkology Richard Wiseman
    Narrator:
    Peter Noble
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    For over 20 years, psychologist Professor Richard Wiseman has examined the quirky science of everyday life. In Quirkology, he navigates the backwaters of human behavior, discovering the telltale signs that give away a liar, the secret science behind speed dating and personal ads, and what a person's sense of humour reveals about the innermost workings of their mind - all along paying tribute to others who have carried out similarly weird and wonderful work. Wiseman's research has involved secretly observing people as they go about their daily business, conducting unusual experiments in art exhibitions and music concerts, and even staging fake seances in allegedly haunted buildings. With thousands of research subjects from all over the world, including enamoured couples, unwitting pedestrians, and guileless dinner guests, Wiseman presents a fun, clever, and unexpected picture of the human mind.
  • Quit Your Worrying!
    Quit Your Worrying! George Wharton James
    Narrator:
    Jim Roberts
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    George Wharton James was a prolific popular lecturer, photographer, and journalist who wrote more than 40 books. Quit Your Worrying! was his most popular book. In it, he tackles each and every cause for worry and lucidly dispels the need for it. Everyone worries about something at sometime in their life and this guide to a life without fretting is an excellent read for us all. Some of the references used by the author have been updated for a modern audience.
  • Quite Honestly
    Quite Honestly John Mortimer
    Narrator:
    Suzy Aitchison
    Toby Longworth
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    Lucinda is a nice, middle-class girl fresh out of university, determined to 'repay her debt to society.' But when she signs up as a volunteer 'mentoring' ex-cons, it is not long before she is seduced by the darker side of life.
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