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  • Sacred Year, The
    Sacred Year, The Michael Yankoski
    Narrator:
    Mark Smeby
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    One searcher’s honest and fascinating journey to encounter God, love others, and discover his true self through a year of spiritual practices.Frustrated and disillusioned with his life as a Christian motivational speaker, Michael Yankoski was determined to stop merely talking about living a life of faith and start experiencing it. The result was a year dedicated to engaging in spiritual practices, both ancient and modern, in a life-altering process that continues to this day. Whether contemplating an apple for an hour before tasting it (attentiveness), eating on $2.00 a day (simplicity) or writing simple letters of thanks (gratitude), Michael discovered a whole new depth through the intentional life.Stirred on by the guiding voice of Father Solomon, a local monk, Yankoski's life is slowly transformed. Both entertaining and heart-wrenching, Yankoski’s story will resonate with those who wish to deepen their own committed faith.
  • Sacrifice
    Sacrifice Cindy Pon
    Narrator:
    Emily Woo Zeller
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    Skybright is plunged into the terrifying Underworld where demons are bred, while Stone, stripped of his immortal status, must find a way to close hell's breach before more mortals die. Meanwhile, Zhen Ni, Skybright's former mistress and friend, is now wed to the strange and brutish Master Bei, and she finds herself trapped inside an opulent but empty manor. When she discovers half-eaten corpses beneath the estate, Zhen Ni worries that Master Bei is not all he seems. As Skybright begins the dangerous work of freeing Zhen Ni with the aid of Kai Sen and Stone, nothing can prepare them for an encounter so dark that it threatens to overtake their very beings.
  • Sacrifice
    Sacrifice Andrew Vachss
    Narrator:
    Phil Gigante
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    What — or who — could turn a gifted little boy into a murderous thing that calls itself 'Satan’s Child'? In search of an answer, a man named Burke travels from a festering welfare hotel to a neat frame house where a voodoo priestess presides over a congregation of assassins. For this vigilante and unlicensed private eye has made it his business to defend the small victims whom the law has failed — even a child who has been made into a killer. Gripping and chillingly knowledgeable about the mechanisms of evil, Sacrifice is a thriller of savage authority from one of the best crime writers of our generation. 'Vachss is a contemporary master. . . . Decidedly hard-boiled, his prose is as lean, tough-edged and brittle as the man who is his protagonist.' — The Atlanta Journal-Constitution 'A harrowing tale in which outcasts are the moral heroes, and the people who belong to civilization are corrupt. . . . An absolute original. . . . Andrew Vachss has become a cult favorite, and for good reason.' — Cosmopolitan
  • Sacrifice
    Sacrifice Hanna Winter
    Narrator:
    Jessica Carroll
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    An international bestseller, Sacrifice is the chilling first novel in the Lena Peters series from an exciting voice in crime fiction.He must hunt her down. Kill her. Destroy her....In her very first case, criminal psychologist Lena Peters is confronted with a killer on a murderous vendetta. And though she is unaware, Lena will play a prominent role in his deadly mission, because Lena knows what makes killers tick – she also knows all about obsession, for she has been close to the edge herself.For now she is the hunter, but soon she will become the hunted.
  • Sacrifice
    Sacrifice Clyde Phillips
    Narrator:
    Angela Dawe
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    On a cold, foggy night, two lives are cut short. The first: Philip Iverson, a billionaire philanthropist shot to death in a hotel parking structure. The second: Willie Temple, a homeless man stabbed through the heart on an abandoned San Francisco pier. The murders of such disparate men can’t possibly be connected…can they?SFPD Lieutenant Jane Candiotti is still coming to terms with her promotion and her marriage to Detective Kenny Marks when the Iverson and Temple cases land in her lap. Under pressure from the media and the billionaire’s widow, the Powers That Be make it clear that the Iverson case should be Jane’s priority. But when Jane discovers a shocking link between the two victims, she can’t ignore there’s something big at play. And if she doesn’t uncover the truth in time, she could lose more than just her job.…
  • Sacrifice of Septimus, Part 2, The
    Sacrifice of Septimus, Part 2, The Stephanie Hudson
    Narrator:
    Rebecca Rainsford
    Release Date:
    11/13/2018
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    The Sands of Time are filled with dangers and new enemies to face. But for Keira to stand tall in a world she does not know, she must first brave the differences in loving the man she calls Draven and the man she must now call her King. Join Keira as she is thrown into an ancient time and faces her biggest challenge yet...how to get a Demon King to fall for a human girl he is forbidden to love.
  • Sacrifice on the Steppe
    Sacrifice on the Steppe Hope Hamilton
    Narrator:
    James Langton
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    When Germany’s Sixth Army advanced to Stalingrad in 1942, its long-extended flanks were mainly held by its allied armies—the Romanians, Hungarians, and Italians. But as history tells us, these flanks quickly caved in before the massive Soviet counter-offensive which commenced that November, dooming the Germans to their first catastrophe of the war. However, the historical record also makes clear that one allied unit held out to the very end, fighting to stem the tide—the Italian Alpine Corps. As a result of Mussolini’s disastrous alliance with Nazi Germany, by the fall of 1942, 227,000 soldiers of the Italian Eighth Army were deployed on a 270km front along the Don River to protect the left flank of German troops intent on capturing Stalingrad. Sixty thousand of these were alpini, elite Italian mountain troops. When the Don front collapsed under Soviet hammerblows, it was the Alpine Corps that continued to hold out until it was completely isolated, and which then tried to fight its way out through both Russian encirclement and “General Winter,” to rejoin the rest of the Axis front. Only one of the three alpine divisions was able to emerge from the Russian encirclement with survivors. In the all-sides battle across the snowy steppe, thousands were killed and wounded, and even more were captured. By the summer of 1946, 10,000 survivors returned to Italy from Russian POW camps. This tragic story is complex and unsettling, but most of all it is a human story. Mussolini sent thousands of poorly equipped soldiers to a country far from their homeland, on a mission to wage war with an unclear mandate against a people who were not their enemies. Raw courage and endurance blend with human suffering, desperation and altruism in the epic saga of this withdrawal from the Don lines, including the demise of thousands and survival of the few. Hope Hamilton, fluent in Italian and having spent many years in Italy, has drawn on many interviews with survivors, as well as massive research, in order to provide this first full English-language account of one of World War II’s legendary stands against great odds.
  • Sacrifice, The
    Sacrifice, The Kristine Kathryn Rusch
    Narrator:
    David DeSantos
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    Legendary for their bloodlust, sorcery, and fierce, dark beauty, the Fey have swept across three continents and never face defeat. But now, in defiance of their Black King, the warrior-prince Rugar and his fearless daughter, Jewel, have marshaled an invasion farce to meet its ultimate challenge: Blue Isle, glistening beyond impregnable rocks and raging waters. A people of simplicity and faith, untainted by intrigue, enchantment, or war, the Blue Islanders have never before been invaded. But their young prince, Nicholas, dreams of battle and will rally his countrymen against the onslaught of the Fey, even as the Islanders discover a deadly, undreamed-of power of their own. So begins a conflict that must ultimately destroy one race or the other—or both.
  • Sacrifice, The
    Sacrifice, The Elicia Hyder
    Narrator:
    Brittany Pressley
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    'Hello, Praea.'  There's only one being on Earth who calls Sloan Jordan by that name - her biological mother, a demon named Kasyade. So why did she answer Sloan's best friend's phone? When Sloan reaches Adrianne Marx's apartment to investigate, all she finds is a half-written list of things to do before Sloan's wedding: Order booze for the reception.Send the final guest count to the caterer.Register for gifts.Don't forget to -   That's where the to-do list ended. Mid-sentence with a scrawled line like Adrianne had been dragged away from the task. If Kasyade was involved in the abduction, Adrianne probably had been.  The reason? Ransom.  The price? Sloan's unborn daughter, the most powerful angel in all of history.  But hell can't rival the fury of an angry mother protecting her child, and until the baby is born, her incredible power is Sloan's to wield. Now the prey becomes the predator as Sloan seeks to put an end to Kasyade forever.
  • Sad Variety, The
    Sad Variety, The Nicholas Blake
    Narrator:
    Kris Dyer
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    The government's security department have asked private detective Nigel Strangeways to keep a discreet eye on Professor Alfred Wagley, a research scientist who is spending the Christmas holidays in the South-West of England. But someone else is also very interested in the professor and his work, and when his young daughter is kidnapped, Nigel finds himself in a race to avert a tragedy. Nicholas Blake was the pseudonym of Poet Laureate Cecil Day-Lewis, who was born in County Laois, Ireland in 1904. After his mother died in 1906, he was brought up in London by his father, spending summer holidays with relatives in Wexford. He was educated at Sherborne School and Wadham College, Oxford, from which he graduated in 1927. Blake initially worked as a teacher to supplement his income from his poetry writing and he published his first Nigel Strangeways novel, A Question of Proof, in 1935. Blake went on to write a further nineteen crime novels, all but four of which featured Nigel Strangeways, as well as numerous poetry collections and translations. During the Second World War he worked as a publications editor in the Ministry of Information, which he used as the basis for the Ministry of Morale in Minute for Murder, and after the war he joined the publishers Chatto & Windus as an editor and director. He was appointed Poet Laureate in 1968 and died in 1972 at the home of his friend, the writer Kingsley Amis.
  • Sad Wind from the Sea
    Sad Wind from the Sea Jack Higgins
    Narrator:
    Christopher Lane
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    A gunrunner’s hunt for a fortune in gold leads to a life-and-death struggle in Communist China.Mark Hagen’s streak of bad luck left him broke, despondent, and barely able to eke out a living smuggling guns in Macao. But things begin to look up when Hagen gets a lead on a bounty of gold, lying untouched at the bottom of a lagoon in the marshes of southern China.Unfortunately for Hagen, he’s not the only one after the sunken treasure, and the race to the gold quickly escalates into a bloody struggle for survival on the treacherous waters of the South China Sea.
  • Saddle Up Your Own White Horse
    Saddle Up Your Own White Horse Saundra Pelletier
    Narrator:
    Christina Traister
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    Waiting for Prince Ch?ar?ming to Ride Up on His White Horse and Make You Happy? Don’t waste your time.You hold the reins of your own happiness. We women have all the power, knowledge, and confidence necessary to create the life we want—without relying on a man to do it for us. We just need to learn to use our innate gifts and start living deliberately today. Life and executive coach Saundra Pelletier reveals how you can:• Create your own happiness by putting the pressure where it belongs—on yourself• Increase your self-confidence• Align your activities with your core values to get better results• Build on your strengths, intuition, and instincts• Win the battle of work-life balance• Put yourself first—and feel good about it “An encouraging and empowering guide for any woman who wants to stop feeling like a victim and take charge of her life, relationship, career, and finances.” — Tracy Cabot, PhD, author of How to Make a Man Fall in Love with You “Every revered woman in history from Eleanor Roosevelt and Grace Kelly to Audrey Hepburn and Mother Teresa saddled up her own white horse. And each did it with grace and elegance. Saundra Pelletier is a master instructor of the truths we should live by if we want to reach our life goals. We can all have a joyful journey to the life of our dreams.” — Kimberly Hunt, Anchorwoman, KUSI-TV, San Diego You don’t need a knight in shining armor to live happily ever after. But if he arrives, you’ll be ready to ride by his side.
  • Saddlebottom
    Saddlebottom Dick King-Smith
    Narrator:
    Nigel Lambert
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    Dorothea considers it a disgrace that one of her children has the white saddle-shaped patch on his bottom, and not on his back.Life doesn't look too promising for Saddlebottom, until he runs away from home and meets a very unusual cat. With the aid of a ginger tom named Bendigo he proves his mother wrong.
  • Saddled with Trouble
    Saddled with Trouble A. K. Alexander
    Narrator:
    Suehyla El-Attar
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    A series of a different color: the first Horse Lover's mystery. Quarter horse trainer Michaela Bancroft's husband is divorcing her for a 22 year-old beauty. Stunned, Michaela is trying to rein in her life when she finds her Uncle Lou murdered. And when she's nearly run off the road, she suspects she's on the fast track to being the next victim.
  • Sadie When She Died
    Sadie When She Died Ed McBain
    Narrator:
    Dick Hill
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    Christmas is coming. But erudite attorney Gerry Fletcher got his present early: his wife’s body with a knife buried in it. Though he shamelessly cops to being happy she’s dead, his alibi is airtight and all signs point to a burglary gone bad. But even when detectives Steve Carella and Bert Kling follow the clues to a junky punk and get a full confession, Carella can’t quit thinking there’s something about the case that’s as phony as a sidewalk Santa’s beard. Maybe it’s because the victim’s husband wants to pal around with the suspicious cop on a cryptic pub-crawl through the urban jungle. Or maybe it’s the dead woman’s double identity and little black book full of secret lovers. Whether she was Sarah the shrewish wife or Sadie the sex-crazy swinger, there’s more to her murder than just a bad case of “wrong place, wrong time.” And Carella won’t rest till his cuffs are on the killer.
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