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  • John Dorney

    Steed and Dr Keel return to action in these four recreations of classic lost episodes: 1. Kill the King By James Mitchell, adapted by John Dorney When the King of an unstable Far Eastern country visits the UK to sign an oil treaty, Steed is assigned to his protection and discovers that assassins lurk around every corner. 2. A Change of Bait By Lewis Davidson, adapted by John Dorney Carol's landlord has got into a lot of trouble with a shipment of bananas and a crooked businessman. Fortunately Steed and Keel are hot on the heels of insurance fraudsters and might just be able to save him... 3. Hunt the Man Down By Richard Harris, adapted by Justin Richards When Frank Preston is...read more

  • Richard James

    ‘The name’s James, Richard James. In 1994 I played a part in a TV series called ‘Space Precinct’. Now? Well, let’s just say I’ve written a book about it…’ Adapted and read by the author himself, this recording features contributions from Simone Bendix (Officer Castle), Lou Hirsch (Officer Romek), David Quilter (Sergeant Fredo), Rob Thirtle & Will Barton ('aliens of the week'), Phil Morrow (script editor) & Charlotte Serpell (assistant editor). It tells the story of one actor's experiences working on the most expensive TV series of its time, from first audition to wrap party! With a foreword from Jamie Anderson and a wealth of stories and memories from actor Richard James,...read more

  • Richard James

    Actor and writer, Richard James, is perhaps most well known for his appearances on children’s television playing many regular and recurring roles in various series, including The Mysti Show, Sir Gadabout: The Worst Knight In The Land, My Parents Are Aliens and MI High. Now, he narrates his own children's audio adventure, 'Andy's Android'. Andrew Miles has built a replica android to send to school in his place, but he has reckoned without the attentions of Mr Hest who has different plans for his creation. Plans that include nothing less than world domination! With a cast of lovable characters and exciting action sequences, 'Andy's Android' will delight and entertain any audience...read more

  • Richard James

    The Bible was written within collectivist cultures. When Westerners, immersed in individualism, read the Bible, it's easy to misinterpret important elements-or miss them altogether. In any culture, the most important things usually go without being said. So to read Scripture well we benefit when we uncover the unspoken social structures and values of its world. We need to recalibrate our vision. Combining the expertise of a biblical scholar and a missionary practitioner, Misreading Scripture with Individualist Eyes is an essential guidebook to the cultural background of the Bible and how it should inform our reading. E. Randolph Richards and Richard James explore deep social structures of...read more

  • Paul Morris

    Four more stories featuring the investigators of infernal incidents, with an extra hour of behind the scenes interviews. After travelling through time and space with the Doctor, Henry Gordon Jago and Professor Litefoot are back in London starting brand...read more

  • Richard James

    Though many people dream of living the life of an entrepreneur, the intense struggle to achieve that dream deters most of them from following that path. This book provides would-be small business owners with the motivation and inspiration they need to push past the doubts that these obstacles can cause so that they meet the challenges that come with being your own boss. Fighting the Battles of Being Your Own Boss incorporates not only tried and true advice on essential entrepreneurial skills like business management, financial planning, and marketing, but also draws upon the wisdom of The Holy Bible to provide spiritual counsel, both to help illustrate essential business concepts as well...read more

  • James Fox

    The long-awaited autobiography of Keith Richards, guitarist, songwriter, singer, and founding member of the Rolling Stones. With The Rolling Stones, Keith Richards created the songs that roused the world, and he lived the original rock and roll life. Now, at last, the man himself tells his story of life in the crossfire hurricane. Listening obsessively to Chuck Berry and Muddy Waters records, learning guitar and forming a band with Mick Jagger and Brian Jones. The Rolling Stones's first fame and the notorious drug busts that led to his enduring image as an outlaw folk hero. Creating immortal riffs like the ones in 'Jumping Jack Flash' and 'Honky Tonk Women.' His relationship...read more

  • James Patterson

    The tree is decorated, the cookies are baked, and the packages are wrapped, but the biggest celebration this Christmas is Gaby Summerhill's wedding. Since her husband died three years ago, Gaby's four children have drifted apart, each consumed by the turbulence of their own lives. They haven't celebrated Christmas together since their father's death, but when Gaby announces that she's getting married--and that the groom will remain a secret until the wedding day--she may finally be able to bring them home for the holidays. But the wedding isn't Gaby's only surprise--she has one more gift for her children, and it could change all their lives forever. With deeply affecting characters and...read more

  • James Patterson

    The year is 1906, and America is segregated. Hatred and discrimination plague the streets, the classroom, and the courts. But in WashingtonD.C., Ben Corbett, a smart and courageous lawyer, makes it his mission to confront injustice at every turn. He represents those who nobody else dares defend, merely because of the color of their skin. When President Roosevelt, under whom Ben served in the Spanish-American war, asks Ben to investigate rumors of the resurgence of the Ku Klux Klan in his home town in Mississippi, he cannot refuse. The details of Ben's harrowing story--and his experiences with a remarkable man named Abraham Cross--were passed from generation to generation, until they...read more

  • Richard A. Luecke

    Everything you do in life involves some sort of negotiation. You negotiate with your boss over your salary . . . with your coworkers over where to hold a meeting . . . and even with your family about where to take a vacation. When you buy a car, sell an idea, or solve any problems that involve others, your ability to negotiate is the key factor to getting what you want, and what you deserve. How to Become a Better Negotiator shows you the five basic steps of negotiation, how to avoid negotiation pitfalls and arrive at a successful conclusion. It covers important topics such as listening, assertiveness and how to deal with hostile opponents. This audiobook also teaches the common...read more

  • Paul Morris

    Four more stories featuring the investigators of infernal incidents, with an extra hour of behind the scenes interviews. After travelling through time and space with the Doctor, Henry Gordon Jago and Professor Litefoot are back in London starting brand...read more

  • James Patterson

    The Store doesn't just want your money--it wants your soul. BONUS: Includes the first-time-in-print novel The End! THE STORE IS WATCHING YOU. Jacob and Megan Brandeis have gotten jobs with the mega-successful, ultra-secretive Store. Seems perfect. Seems safe. But their lives are about to become anything but perfect, anything but safe. ALWAYS WATCHING. Especially since Jacob and Megan have a dark secret of their own. They're writing a book that will expose the Store--a forbidden book, a dangerous book. ALWAYS. And if the Store finds out, there's only one thing Jacob, Megan and their kids can do--run for their bloody lives. Which is probably impossible, because-- THE...read more

  • James Patterson

    In this psychological thriller, a missing patient raises concerns in a New York hospital, but as others start disappearing every dark possibility becomes more and more likely. To Senior Midwife Lucy Ryuan, pregnancy is not an unusual condition—it's her life's work. But when two kidnappings and a vicious stabbing happen on her watch in a university hospital in Manhattan, her focus abruptly changes. Something has to be done, and Lucy is fearless enough to try. Rumors begin to swirl, blaming everyone from the Russian Mafia to an underground adoption network. Lucy teams up with a skeptical NYPD detective to solve the case, but the truth is far more twisted than a feisty...read more

  • James Patterson

    The most revered detective in Paris puts his skills to the test in three thrilling cases from the creator of Alex Cross and Detective Michael Bennett. French Kiss: Very handsome and charming French detective Luc Moncrief joined the NYPD for a fresh start—but someone wants to make his first big case his last. Welcome to New York. The Christmas Mystery: In the heart of the holiday season, priceless paintings have vanished from a Park Avenue murder scene. Now, dashing French detective Luc Moncrief must become a quick study in the art of the steal—before a coldblooded killer paints the town red. Merry Christmas, Detective. French Twist: Gorgeous women are...read more

  • James Cofield

    What does loneliness tell us? 'Be it chronic or acute, slight or significant, loneliness is proof of our relational design. At the core of our being is this truth-we are designed for and defined by our relationships,' former pastors Plass and Cofield write. 'We were born with a relentless longing to participate in the lives of others. Fundamentally, we are relational souls.' Our ability to make deep and emotionally satisfying connections rests on the capacity to trust, and we all know trust can be difficult. Early-life relational 'programming' and patterns of attachment can serve as blueprints for relationships later in life, whether good or bad. But no matter our conditioning, God is out...read more

  • Scott Phillips

    The 11th Hour Audio Anthology is a collection of eleven macabre tales created by masters of modern audio drama to haunt and terrify you. Intensive Care by James ComtoisHeavenly Deception by Steve SchneiderKill the Boy by Scott PhillipsA Dread Light Shines in the Serpent's Sky by Scott PhillipsCargo by Matthew McleanVultures Over Low Doves by Justin MullaneMonster's Game by John BallentineThe Martyr Protocol by Jeremy Hennessy and Scott PhillipsThe Hooded Figure by MJ Cogburn, Shane Harris, and Jonathan RussellShadows of Halloween by Neil GustinIvory Towers by Richard H. Brooks11th Hour Audio Productions is an Aural Stage Studios, Inc., event that challenges up-and-coming storytellers to...read more

  • Dwight R. Lee

    With the global economy recovering from a steep recession, and with that recovery challenging our long-held ideas about what careers and the market can be, learning the basics of economics has never been more essential. Principles such as gains from trade, the role of profit and loss, and the secondary effects of government spending, taxes, and borrowing risk continue to be critically important to the way America's economy functions, and critically important to understand for those hoping to further their professional lives-even their personal lives. Common Sense Economics discusses key points and theories, using them to show how any listener can make wiser personal choices and form more...read more

  • James W. Richard

    VIP CLUB - NETWORKING CON MILLONARIOS. CÓMO HACER CONTACTOS Y CONEXIONES PODEROSAS. CIRCULO SOCIAL Y RED DE CONTACTOS MILLONARIOS. ÉXITO, EMPRENDIMIENTO Y DESARROLLO PERSONAL ¿Te interesa tener como contactos a personas del mas alto nivel en los negocios? ¿Te gustaría poder conversar y conectar con empresarios de lujo? Entonces este libro es para ti. Acá aprenderás a desarrollar la habilidad de convertirte en un networker de manera exitosa y sacarle el máximo provecho a tu favor. Este libro te servirá para aprender a relacionarte con personas de otro nivel y que te puedan aportar valor a tus proyectos. Aprenderás a tener una mentalidad de éxito y poder crear una red de...read more

  • James Richards

    In 1971, President Nixon imposed national price controls and took the United States off the gold standard, an extreme measure intended to end an ongoing currency war that had destroyed faith in the U.S. dollar. Today we are engaged in a new currency war, and this time the consequences will be far worse than those that confronted Nixon. Currency wars are one of the most destructive and feared outcomes in international economics. At best, they offer the sorry spectacle of countries' stealing growth from their trading partners. At worst, they degenerate into sequential bouts of inflation, recession, retaliation, and sometimes actual violence. Left unchecked, the next currency war could lead...read more

  • Richard Dobbs

    The dramatic fall of Blackberry and the stunning rise of What'sApp; the almost overnight emergence of "Single's Day" (Nov. 11), a contrived holiday in China, as the biggest online shopping day in the world, and the similarly from-out-of-nowhere rise of the U.S. as the world's newest petro-power: Are there common threads running through these big, important, stories? Yes. Ours is an era of near constant discontinuity. Today and even more so in the years ahead, speed, surprise, and sudden shifts in direction in huge global markets will routinely shape the destinies of established companies and provide opportunities for new entrants. Business models can be up-ended in months. Competitors can...read more