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  • Tom Nichols

    Out of the ashes of a Confederate defeat, soldier Martin Keller heads west for a new life as a rancher. But hard times like these call for more practical means of survival - such as riding posse alongside the Texas Rangers. It's not a job that comes without risk or enemies, as Keller discovers the hard way when his family is brutally murdered. Hopped up on rage and burning for revenge, Keller severs ties with the Rangers, tracks the cutthroats into the Indian Nations, and restyles himself as an unforgiving bounty hunter with no rules or remorse. To good citizens and desperadoes alike he's known as the Man Killer. And he's not giving up until the men who murdered his family are planted in...read more

  • James D. Nesbitt

    When Wilf Kasmire is asked to guide some hunters on a newcomer's ranch, he doesn't think anything is up. He is nagged by the disappearance of a young woman he used to spend time with, and no one seems to be trying very hard to find...read more

  • Thom Nicholson

    There's a three-thousand dollar bounty on James Bennett's head, and Marty Keller intends to collect it. Deep in the Oklahoma badlands, Keller pins down his quarry with warning shots, but a ricocheting bullet strikes Bennett in the back and mortally wounds him. Keller returns to Fort Wayne to collect his reward, only to be branded a back shooter by the townsfolk. Then, to his surprise, Bennett's widow pleads with him to escort her and her young son to their new home in Wyoming Territory. As he sets out to lead them across countless miles of mountains and prairies, Keller is determined to protect his charges from any danger that may befall them - both natural and...read more

  • Thom Nicholson

    Bounty hunter Marty Keller doesn't expect his job to be easy, but he does expect to get paid. Stagecoach company owner Malcolm O'Brian puts a price on the head of a robber, but it's money he hasn't got. After Keller dodges a hail of bullets to bring in the wanted man, he's more than a little curious about how O'Brian plans to pay. O'Brian promises double if Keller can rid him of the threat to his stagecoach line for good. Now the bounty hunter is riding shotgun and aiming to take on as many outlaws as necessary - because on this trip, the cargo is hot lead and cold...read more

  • Max Brand

    Anthony Woodbury, strong, athletic, constantly in pursuit of another challenge, is the son of a New York millionaire. Now he is faced with a most difficult challenge. His millionaire father is murdered and Anthony goes West in search of the person who did the killing. An expert marksman and rider, Anthony is well-suited to the West and capable of self-defense. Not only does he discover who the killer is, he also uncovers a mysterious history regarding his mother and father. But Anthony soon learns that he, the hunter, is also the...read more

  • Jim Bradford

    2017 Audie Winner: Inspirational/Faith-Based Non-Fiction Audiobook and Earphones Award from Audiofile Magazine The Awakening of HK Derryberry is the inspiring story of how one man was willing to step out of his upper middle-class world into the life of a young, disabled boy with a dismal future. Little did Jim Bradford know the transformational potential of that friendship—for HK and himself. HK Derryberry came into the world with the odds stacked heavily against him. He was taken from his unmarried mother’s womb three months prematurely when she was killed in a car wreck. After ninety-six days of seesawing between life and death, HK’s grandmother took him...read more

  • David Green

    Self-made billionaire David Green, founder of America's craft store giant Hobby Lobby, tells shares the secrets he's learned to building a powerful legacy. Generosity. It's the foundation for building a lasting legacy not just of money but also of the enduring values of faith, family, and openhanded living. In this book--part memoir, part personal manifesto--David Green shares lessons that can help you reap benefits for multiple generations. In 1970, Green began making picture frames in his garage. With hard work, he and his wife, Barbara, turned that grassroots beginning into the world's largest privately owned arts-and-crafts retailer, employing thirty-two thousand people in more...read more

  • Gene Edwards

    America’s beloved storyteller will guide and thrill your imagination with these classic tales. Join Gene Edwards as he recounts his favorite stories from more than 50 years of travel and ministry. Considered the “Paul Harvey” of Christian writers, Gene Edwards is one of America’s most beloved authors. Stories I Love to Tell, his new book, is a compilation of tales that continue to move audiences. From stories about a chance meeting with Helen Keller at the Garden Tomb in the Holy Land to an astounding Jonah experience inside a whale to stories about a child growing up in a one-room shack, Gene knows how to spin an old-fashioned yarn. During the last four...read more

  • Randy Clark

    “This is such a wonderful book!” ~Bill Johnson, bestselling author of When Heaven Invades Earth Never before has a minister of the gospel gone to such great lengths to meticulously record so many miraculous events: The blind see, the lame walk, and the dead are raised. Dr. Randy Clark shares the captivating results of global healing ministry and provides links to video testimonies throughout the book.   He also addresses the skeptics. Dr. Clark has gone to great lengths to follows up months later with each person to verify the healing. Eyewitness to Miracles is endorsed by university scholars and leaders from a variety of church...read more

  • Johnny Cash

    A collection of never-before-published poems by Johnny Cash, edited and introduced by Pulitzer-prize winning poet Paul Muldoon with a foreword by John Carter Cash. Illustrated with facsimile reproductions of Cash's own handwritten pages. Since his first recordings in 1955, Johnny Cash was an icon in the music world. In this collection of poems and song lyrics that had never been published before, we see the world through his eyes and view his reflection on his own interior reality, his frailties and his strengths alike. In his hallmark voice, he pens verses about love, pain, freedom, and mortality, and expresses insights on culture, his family, his fame, even Christmas. Forever Words...read more

  • John R. Paine

    How do you experience God's intimate, comforting, tangible presence? In The Luckiest Man, John Paine reveals how he found the answer to this most important of all questions--by facing a terminal diagnosis. At middle age, John Paine thought he knew what it meant to have a relationship with God. He was a successful businessman, a well-respected Christian leader, a Bible teacher, and--outwardly, at least--the spiritual leader of his family. He was satisfied and thought he understood what it meant to know and experience God. But did he? John's journey into true, mystical intimacy with God began when a neurologist diagnosed him with ALS, or Lou Gehrig's disease, and said, 'Go home and...read more

  • Steve Robinson

    The longtime chief marketing officer for Chick-fil-A tells the inside story of how the company turned prevailing theories of fast-food marketing upside down and built one of the most successful and beloved brands in America. During his thirty-four-year tenure at Chick-fil-A, Steve Robinson was integrally involved in the company’s growth--from 184 stores and $100 million in annual sales in 1981 to more than 2,100 stores and more than $6.8 billion in annual sales in 2015--and was a firsthand witness to its evolution as an indelible global brand. In Covert Cows and Chick-fil-A, Robinson shares behind-the-scenes accounts of key moments, including the creation of the...read more

  • David Green

    People at all ages and stages of life want to live a life that has meaning and extends beyond their years on earth. In A Generous Life, Hobby Lobby founder David Green suggests listeners start adopting a lifestyle of generosity now. As the founder and CEO of the largest privately owned arts and crafts retailer in the world, David has amassed material wealth, yet has learned the secret of generous living. As someone who gives away half of his profits to charity, lives with integrity and faith, and enjoys the peace of crafting a legacy now, David has found peace and fulfillment. Whatever your income level, you have been blessed-in friendships, family, work, education, or talents-and God calls...read more

  • Randy Clark

    Understanding the Truth Behind Jesus’ Death Changes Everything In Destined for the Cross, Randy Clark explores the most central aspect of Christianity: Jesus Christ and His death on the cross. While the full magnitude is beyond human comprehension, Dr. Clark helps to clear the fog and offers a clear glimpse into the life and death of the Son of God, providing answers to questions such as: - Who was  Jesus? - Where did He come from? - Why did He come? - How do we benefit from His life and death? Truly understanding what happened on the cross provides a new way of living in a hurting world, and Dr. Clark’s insight profoundly and...read more

  • Phil Robertson

    New York Times bestselling author and Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson exposes the destructive nature of American politics and calls on Christians to actively participate in advancing the Kingdom of heaven on earth. We live in an ever-dividing country, a country in which identity politics, creeping socialist policies, and the vast partisan divide threaten the very fabric of America. After decades of political decay and of losing sight of our first principles, the American people are suffering from runaway debt, increased rates of depression, broken families, moral decay, and more. In Jesus Politics, Phil Robertson provides an alternate path: a radical call for...read more

  • Robert Weinberg

    His name is Satni Jambres. It means nothing now, but thirty centuries ago, he was the most feared sorcerer in the world. None dared challenge him, for his magic was fueled by the dark gods of the night. Then, in a surprising twist of fate, a stranger, a one-time slave, brought him to his knees-defeated him using magic that even Jambres could not withstand. Now, the master mage has returned, resurrected by a white supremacist named Carl Garrett. Along with his gang of murderers and terrorists, Garrett hopes to use Jambres' powers to enact the most violent blood sacrifice the world has ever known. And this time there is no stranger to stop Jambres' mad scheme. Not unless one lone woman can...read more

  • Jack Mann

    Meet Gregory George Gordon Green, commonly known among his friends as "Gees." He's a private detective working between the two World Wars with the odd habit of becoming entangled in mysteries involving the supernatural. Supposedly the creation of "Jack Mann," Gees' adventures were actually written by E. Charles Vivian, the closest author England produced in the period from 1920-1940 to a pulp practitioner. Great Britain had few fiction magazines, so instead, Vivian concentrated on writing novels for the inexpensive hardcover market that flourished in England during those days. The "Gees" novels are among his best - literate, romantic, and filled with the blackest magic imaginable. You won't...read more

  • Alan Hyder

    From out of space, they came...riding on a comet of doom. In numbers too mammoth to conceive, they fed upon the blood of the living. Khaenealler's Comet appeared in the heavens, bringing with it a strange glow, mysterious weather changes and vampires... filthy, loathsome creatures that could not be stopped. Three survivors of an annihilated world Garry Garrington, his comrade-in-arms Bingham and the lovely young Janet-scour the English countryside seeking some place of safety from the horrors that have descended from above. This rarely-seen legend of horror can now be experienced as an...read more

  • Harold Lamb

    The pulp magazine, Adventure, first appeared in 1910 and soon became renowned for its fiction from the top authors of the day. With the The Best of Adventure from Radio Archives, listeners will be able to listen to these classic stories for the first time. We kick off with "The Curved Sword" by Harold Lamb. Lamb was a medieval scholar whose historical works were well received and later was a Hollywood screenwriter. "The Curved Sword" is one of Lamb's tales featuring Khlit the Cossack. Armed with his keen wits and curved sword, Khlit-surnamed the Wolf-roamed throughout Central Asia in the late 16th and early 17th centuries, finding adventure and danger at every turn. "The Curved Sword"...read more

  • Talbot Mundy

    The pulp magazine, Adventure, first appeared in 1910 and soon became renowned for its fiction, written by the top authors of the day, later dubbed by Time magazine, the "No. 1 Pulp." With The Best of Adventure, listeners are able to listen to these classic stories for the first time. Our second offering is "A Secret Society." Talbot Mundy was perhaps Adventure's most popular author, and his character, James Schuyler Grim - better known as Jimgrim - was one of his most enduring heroes. Mundy claimed that Jimgrim was based on a man he knew in the Middle East, who had followed Lawrence of Arabia. "A Secret Society" finds Jimgrim and his companions - Jeff Ramsden, Jeremy Ross and the Rajput,...read more