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  • Stranger Child
    Stranger Child Rachel Abbott
    Narrator:
    Lisa Coleman
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    From the author of number one best seller Sleep Tight. One dark secret. One act of revenge. When Emma Joseph met her husband, David, he was a man shattered by grief. His first wife had been killed outright when her car veered off the road. Just as tragically, their six-year-old daughter mysteriously vanished from the scene of the accident. Now, six years later, Emma believes the painful years are behind them. She and David have built a new life together and have a beautiful baby son, Ollie. Then a stranger walks into their lives, and their world tilts on its axis. Emma's life no longer feels secure. Does she know what really happened all those years ago? And why does she feel so frightened for herself and for her baby? When a desperate Emma reaches out to her old friend, DCI Tom Douglas, for help, she puts all their lives in jeopardy. Before long, a web of deceit is revealed that shocks both Emma and Tom to the core. They say you should never trust a stranger. Maybe they're right.
  • Trust Me
    Trust Me Jeff Abbott
    Narrator:
    Luke Daniels
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    Luke Dantry tells people he has a job on the cutting edge of the war on terror—only he knows it’s nowhere near as adrenaline-filled as he makes it sound. Luke’s nightly task working for his stepfather’s Washington think tank: Go undercover from the anonymous safety of his computer and seek out a wide spectrum of extremists who vent and organize online—a group he comes to call the “Night Road.” Now and then he encounters someone who may have the capability to make good on his threats, but Luke figures that the vast majority of his targets are simply frustrated malcontents.When Luke is kidnapped at gunpoint and left for dead in an isolated cabin deep in the woods, he realizes his work has made him a target, and that the Night Road is far more organized than he thought—and much closer to home than he could have ever imagined. After a daring escape, with both the Night Road and the police on his heels, he must quickly decipher a complex, murderous, and global web of connections that takes him to Chicago, New York, and Paris. The final questions extend deep into his own past, and Luke alone may hold the key to stopping the Night Road before their horrifying plans turn America—and the world—into a battlefield forever.
  • Rush, The
    Rush, The Laura Leigh Abby
    Narrator:
    Rachel Donatella
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    At the first rush meeting of her sophomore year, Laura and her sisters meet Sam, a reckless and secretive transfer student who quickly has the sorority girls on edge. Determined to forge a friendship, Laura finds herself more powerfully drawn to Sam than she has ever been drawn to anyone - and, to add to her confusion, she's not the only one. In this memoir of unexpected romance, Laura Leigh Abby channels the turbulence, absurdity, and seriousness of self-discovery, growing up, and reaching out, painting a picture recognizable to anyone who has ever been young and in love: it hurts.
  • Does My Head Look Big in This?
    Does My Head Look Big in This? Randa Abdel-Fattah
    Narrator:
    Rebecca Macauley
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    The slide opened and I heard a gentle, kind voice: What is your confession, my child? I was stuffed. The Priest would declare me a heretic; my parents would call me a traitor.… The Priest asked me again: What is your confession, my child? I'm Muslim, I whispered.Welcome to my world. I'm Amal Abdel-Hakim, a seventeen year-old Australian-Palestinian-Muslim still trying to come to grips with my various identity hyphens.It's hard enough being cool as a teenager when being one issue behind the latest Cosmo is enough to disqualify you from the in-group. Try wearing a veil on your head and practising the bum's-up position at lunchtime and you know you're in for a tough time at school.Luckily my friends support me, although they've got a few troubles of their own. Simone, blonde, gorgeous and overweight—she's got serious image issues, and Leila's really intelligent but her parents are more interested in her getting a marriage certificate than her high school certificate!And I thought I had problems.
  • Ten Things I Hate About Me
    Ten Things I Hate About Me Randa Abdel-Fattah
    Narrator:
    Rebecca Macauley
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    There are a lot of things Jamie hates about her life: her dark hair, her dad's Stone Age Charter of Curfew Rights, her real name - Jamilah Towfeek. For the past three years Jamie has hidden her Lebanese background from everyone at school. It's only with her email friend John that she can really be herself. But now things are getting complicated: the most popular boy in school is interested in her, but there's no way he would be if he knew the truth. Then there's Timothy, the school loner, who for some reason Jamie just can't stop thinking about. As for John, he seems to have a pretty big secret of his own.
  • Where the Streets Had a Name
    Where the Streets Had a Name Randa Abdel-Fattah
    Narrator:
    Kellie Jones
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    Thirteen-year-old Hayaat is on a mission. She believes a handful of soil from her grandmother's ancestral home in Jerusalem will save her beloved Sitti Zeynab's life. The only problem is the impenetrable wall that divides the West Bank, as well as the checkpoints, the curfews, the permit system and Hayaat's best friend Samy, who is mainly interested in football and the latest elimination on X-Factor, but always manages to attract trouble. But luck is on their side. Hayaat and Samy have a curfew-free day to travel to Jerusalem. However, while their journey may only be a few kilometres long, it may take a lifetime to complete.
  • Tehran Noir
    Tehran Noir Salar Abdoh (editor)
    Narrator:
    Peter Ganim
    Fajer Al-Kaisi
    Lameece Issaq
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    Launched with the summer '04 award-winning best seller Brooklyn Noir, Akashic Books continues its groundbreaking series of original noir anthologies. Each audiobook is comprised of all-new stories, each one set in a distinct neighborhood or location within the city of the audiobook. Includes brand-new stories by: Gina B. Nahai, Salar Abdoh, Lily Farhadpour, Azardokht Bahrami, Yourik Karim-Masihi, Vali Khalili, Farhaad Heidari Gooran, Aida Moradi Ahani, Mahsa Mohebali, Majed Neisi, Danial Haghighi, Javad Afhami, Sima Saeedi, Mahak Taheri, and Hossein Abkenar. From the Introduction by Salar Abdoh: 'There is something of both the absolutely spectacular and positively disgraceful about Tehran. But most writers around the world are inclined to think that their own sprawling metropolis is the capital of every imaginable vice and crime, of impossible love and tenderness and cruelty and malice in measures that seldom exist anywhere else. For me, Tehran's case is no different—except that there really is a difference here. The city may be a hothouse of decadence, a den of inequity, all that. But it still exists under the watchful eye of a very unique entity, the Islamic Republic. The city enforces its own morality police, and there are regular public hangings of drug dealers and thieves. Because of this, there is a raging sense of a split personality about the place—the imposed propriety of the mosque rubbing against the hidden (and more often not so hidden) rhythms of the real city... There is always an element of the end of the world about this place. A feeling of being once removed from the edge of the precipice. Elsewhere I have called it the 'Seismic City'—the seismic sanctuary. All of this will end one day. Yes. And maybe sooner than later. And when it does, by God, we will miss it.'
  • Bone Cage, The
    Bone Cage, The Angie Abdou
    Narrator:
    Jesse Einstein
    Stephanie Einstein
    Release Date:
    4/10/2018
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    Digger, an 85-kilo wrestler, and Sadie, a 26-year-old speed swimmer, stand on the verge of realizing every athlete's dream - winning a gold medal at the Olympics. Both athletes are nearing the end of their careers and are forced to confront the question: what happens to athletes when their bodies are too worn to compete? The blossoming relationship between Digger and Sadie is tested in the intense months leading up to the Olympics, which, as both of them are painfully aware, will be the realization or the end of a life's dream.
  • Mycroft Holmes
    Mycroft Holmes Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
    Anna Waterhouse
    Narrator:
    Damian Lynch
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    'When I say, therefore, that [my brother] has better powers of observation than I…I am speaking the exact and literal truth.' (Sherlock Holmes) This story occurs when Mycroft, an athletic Cambridge graduate, assists the secretary of State. He becomes embroiled in a mystery in Trinidad based on actual history. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is a huge Holmesian, seven-foot-two tall, basketball's all-time leading scorer, and a US cultural ambassador. Anna Waterhouse is a professional screenwriter and script consultant.
  • Dark King, The
    Dark King, The C.J. Abedi
    Narrator:
    Emily Durante
    Mikael Naramore
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    Darkness descends over Roanoke Island in the sequel to the young adult bestseller, Fae.Devilyn Reilly has crossed over to the sinister world of The Dark Fae, reigning over the realm as its King. He is to fulfill a prophecy—to unite the Light and Dark Fae once and for all, but those who love him now fear that he will never be the same again, that he can no longer be trusted, that every trace of the Light he once had is gone forever. Caroline Ellis, the final heir of the Light Fae, must learn to survive without the protection of her one true love. She must come to embrace her own strength to evade those in the Dark court who seek her destruction—for the power is within Caroline to use Light to change Fate itself…Caroline and Devilyn’s chemistry is undeniable. Their destiny together inevitable if only they have the will to overcome The Darkness and The Fates.The Dark King, the second installment of the stunning Fae trilogy, propels listeners into the mystical and magical world of the Light and Dark Fae, where star-crossed love ignites a battle between two powerful kingdoms, one that can consume everything that stands in its path.
  • Fae
    Fae C.J. Abedi
    Narrator:
    Emily Durante
    Mikael Naramore
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    The battle between Dark and Light is about to begin.Caroline Ellis' sixteenth birthday sets into motion a series of events that have been fated for centuries. A descendant of Virginia Dare, the first child born in the lost colony of Roanoke, and unaware of her birthright as the heir to the throne of the Light Fae, it isn’t until Caroline begins a tumultuous relationship with Devilyn Reilly that the truth of her heritage is revealed. Devilyn is the only Fae who is both of the Light and of the Dark, and struggles to maintain that precarious balance to avoid succumbing to the power of the Dark within him. He is the only one who can save Caroline from those who would destroy her and destroy all hope for unity among the Fae. He promises Caroline that he will protect her at all costs, even when it means protecting her from himself.Told from the alternating perspectives of Caroline and Devilyn, Fae draws on mysteries, myths and legends to create a world, and a romance, dangerously poised between Light and Dark.
  • Mad Love
    Mad Love Colet Abedi
    Narrator:
    Jessica Almasy
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    Twenty-three-year-old aspiring artist Sophie Walker can think of no better place than the exotic paradise of the Maldives Islands to escape the wrath of her controlling parents, the monotony of her boring legal work, and her passionless boyfriend. With her two best friends along for the ride and to help her find herself again, Sophie is not prepared for the enigmatic Clayton Sinclair. Clayton comes from a world of privilege that seems like a fantasy to Sophie.Can this man introduce her to the passion and seduction she never realized she was desperately seeking? Sophie quickly becomes ensnared in Clayton's seductive web until a shocking treachery makes her question her judgment and actions.…
  • Mad Love 2
    Mad Love 2 Colet Abedi
    Narrator:
    Jessica Almasy
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    Heartbroken by the handsome and enigmatic Clayton Astor Sinclair, Sophie Walker has put her whirlwind romance with him in the Maldives behind her and is determined to focus on her career as an artist.But when her new job in the south of France turns out to be too good to be true, she can't help but wonder if she is making a mistake. Their passion cannot be denied, but when Clayton shuts her out after a family tragedy, Sophie is determined to fight for what is right.She must defy all odds to find her own happily ever after.This book is intended for mature audiences.
  • Queen, The
    Queen, The C.J. Abedi
    Narrator:
    Emily Durante
    Mikael Naramore
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    In the stunning series conclusion to the Fae trilogy, Caroline and Devilyn must preserve their love as dark forces threaten to keep them apart. As Caroline struggles to accept her rightful place as Queen of the Light Fae, her relationship with Devilyn, son of the Dark King, begins to seem not only doomed, but dangerous. They know their connection is undeniable, but for others, their love is an insidious threat. Trapped in a plot concocted by the Dark King Alderon and his evil associate, Puck, Caroline must search her history and develop her own powers in order to survive. And as Alderon tries to appeal to the Dark inside Devilyn, Caroline begins to doubt that they can ever have a future together. Weaving together narratives from Caroline and Devilyn’s pasts as well as their present, THE QUEEN finishes the battle between Light and Dark. Will Caroline and Devilyn's love outlast the war? And will Caroline live to rule as the Queen of the Light?
  • Gut Instincts
    Gut Instincts Heather Abel
    Narrator:
    Caroline Shaffer
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    In 2000, Heather Abel, a journalist and grad student, awoke from sedation at NYU Hospital to find three doctors standing over her bed. They told her that she had the worst case they'd ever seen of a rare Scandinavian disease called celiac. At first, this diagnosis - and its requirement of total adherence to a gluten-free diet - seemed like the simple answer to a lifetime of strange symptoms including anemia, insomnia, pneumonia, mouth ulcers, missed periods, and neck pain so severe that for months preceding the diagnosis she hadn't been able to turn her head. But even on the diet - and as glutenphobia erupted in this country, with nearly a third of Americans avoiding gluten - Abel still didn't feel well. When doctors, nutritionists, and websites all offered contradicting information on gluten and diet, she began to panic. How would she know what to eat? In this powerful, wide-ranging, and emotional story about the limits of medical knowledge, Abel discovers why she wasn't diagnosed with celiac as a child. She considers how environmental fears and Internet anecdotes lead people to avoid gluten. And she grapples with the question that confronts us all: how to live calmly, even joyfully, in the face of uncertainty. Heather Abel worked as a reporter and news editor in Colorado and San Francisco and taught creative writing at the New School University and UMass Amherst. She lives with her family in western Massachusetts where she is finishing her first novel.
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