Auckland Libraries: Audiobooks nonfiction new titles

Audiobooks nonfiction new titles

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Have a flick through our collection of nonfiction eAudiobooks and audiobooks on CD. This list updates when we add new titles to our collection.

Cambridge English. 3 First.

Cambridge English. 3 First.

"The Audio CDs contain the recorded material to allow thorough preparation for the Listening paper..."--Publisher's description.

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The poetry of trees

The poetry of trees

Although there is no definitive definition we all know what they are. At their most magisterial they can reach hundreds of feet into the air and be thousands of years old. But for many the visual structure they bring to our landscape in all their var...

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Nonsense verse

Nonsense verse

Nonsense Verse. Each of us has giggled uncontrollably as a child or adult at some silly nothing, some play on words, some nonsense that, for a moment at least, makes the world seem genuinely funny if a little mad. In this volume of Nonsense verse you'll...

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The Twilight Zone radio dramas. Volume 3

The Twilight Zone radio dramas. Volume 3

Experience one of television's greatest science fiction series: The Twilight Zone. This collection of episodes is fully dramatized for audio and features a full cast, music, sound effects, and narration by some of today's biggest celebrities.

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Bigger, faster leadership by Samuel R. Chand

Bigger, faster leadership

Samuel R. Chand

Renowned leadership consultant, Samuel R. Chand details the account of the construction of the Panama Canal, and draws parallels between it and successful leadership methodology. "More passion isn't the answer, and bigger dreams aren't always the sol...

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Speak no evil by Scott Handcock

Speak no evil

Scott Handcock

Tad Collins, a man haunted by an unhappy childhood, is rich, arrogant and so terribly lonely. Marie Olson, the tattooed lady, is haunted by a past that she has tried to escape. Naturally, they hate each other. But when a mysterious and sinister clown...

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Enchantments by Mya Spalter


Mya Spalter

A wise, witchy, and welcoming guide to living life magically Mya Spalter has spent years among candles, herbs, cats, and spells as an employee at New York City's oldest occult shop, Enchantments. Since it would get crowded in there if all of you visited,...

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Blitzscaling by Reid Hoffman


Reid Hoffman

Foreword by Bill Gates From the authors of New York Times bestsellers, The Alliance and The Start-up of You, comes a smart and accessible must-have guide for budding entrepreneurs everywhere. Silicon Valley is renowned for its striking number of busi...

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Storm Lake by Art Cullen

Storm Lake

Art Cullen

From a 2017 Pulitzer-winning newspaperman, an unsentimental ode to America's heartland as seen in small-town Iowa'a story of reinvention and resilience, environmental and economic struggle, and surprising diversity and hope. When The Storm Lake Times,...

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Where you go by Charlotte Pence

Where you go

Charlotte Pence

Charlotte Pence offers a touching portrait of her father, Vice President Mike Pence, and the most important lessons he has taught her.Through stories intimately illustrating our vice president's character as a devoted family man, Christian, and public...

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House of rain by Craig Childs

House of rain

Craig Childs

In this landmark work on the Anasazi tribes of the Southwest, naturalist Craig Childs dives head on into the mysteries of this vanished people. The various tribes that made up the Anasazi people converged on Chaco Canyon (New Mexico) during the 11th century...

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Gathering moss by Robin Wall Kimmerer

Gathering moss

Robin Wall Kimmerer

Living at the limits of our ordinary perception, mosses are a common but largely unnoticed element of the natural world. Gathering Moss is a beautifully written mix of science and personal reflection that invites listeners to explore and learn from t...

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My hitch in Hell by Lester I. Tenney

My hitch in Hell

Lester I. Tenney

Captured by the Japanese after the fall of Bataan, Lester I. Tenney was one of the very few who would survive the legendary Death March and three and a half years in Japanese prison camps. With an understanding of human nature, a sense of humor, shar...

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Epidemic by Reid (Journalist) Wilson


Reid (Journalist) Wilson

A global health catastrophe narrowly averted. A world unprepared for the next great threat.In December 2013, a young boy in a tiny West African village contracted the deadly Ebola virus. The virus spread to his relatives, then to neighboring communities,...

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The year of living happy by Alli Worthington

The year of living happy

Alli Worthington

How would your life be different if you were just a bit happier every day for a year? What would you do to enjoy life just a little more day by day? Take your first step toward increased happiness with The Year of Living Happy: Finding Contentment an...

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The fall of the house of Trask by Joseph Lidster

The fall of the house of Trask

Joseph Lidster

1941: The Reverend Gregory Trask has come back from Hell to be reunited with his daughter, Charity. But why has he returned? Is he really free of the influence of The Dark Lord? The ghost of Pansy Faye doesn't think so and is keeping a close eye on him....

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Vaquita by Brooke Bessesen


Brooke Bessesen

In 2006, vaquita, a diminutive porpoise making its home in the Upper Gulf of California, inherited the dubious title of world's most endangered marine mammal. Nicknamed 'panda of the sea' for their small size and beguiling facial markings, vaquitas have...

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The marsh builders by Sharon Levy

The marsh builders

Sharon Levy

Swamps and marshes once covered vast stretches of the North American landscape. The destruction of these habitats, long seen as wastelands that harbored deadly disease, accelerated in the twentieth century. Today, the majority of the original wetlands...

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American tantrum by Anthony Atamanuik

American tantrum

Anthony Atamanuik

In American Tantrum, the star of Comedy Central's acclaimed The President Show opens the vault and releases Donald J. Trump's presidential archives. The result is a devastatingly hilarious audiobook that gets closer to truth than any nonfiction account,...

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An end to upside down thinking by Mark Gober

An end to upside down thinking

Mark Gober

Consciousness creates all material reality. Biological processes do not create consciousness. This conceptual breakthrough turns traditional scientific thinking upside down. In An End to Upside Down Thinking, Mark Gober traces his journey-he explores...

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Never be lied to again by David J. Lieberman

Never be lied to again

David J. Lieberman

"If you want to find out whether your boyfriend is cheating, your boss is getting away with murder, or the life-insurance salesman is playing you for a fool, read on."--Cosmopolitan How many times have you been manipulated or taken advantage of by so...

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What Christians ought to believe by Michael F. Bird

What Christians ought to believe

Michael F. Bird

Modern Christians have often hesitated to embrace the ancient creeds because of our "nothing but the Bible" tradition. In What Christians Ought to Believe: Audio Lectures, together with the accompanying book What Christians Ought to Believe, Michael Bird...

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Trust by David Johnston


David Johnston

From our esteemed former Governor General--and author of the bestsellers The Idea of Canada and Ingenious--a very timely guide for restoring personal, community, and national trust.Canada's enduring success has been based on trust--trust in each other;...

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Success through diversity by Carol Fulp

Success through diversity

Carol Fulp

A comprehensive and engaging look at how contemporary businesses succeed when they invest in a racially and ethnically diverse workforceCompanies that proactively embrace diversity in all areas of their operations will be best poised to thrive. In Su...

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Heaven by Joni Eareckson Tada


Joni Eareckson Tada

For the past twenty-five years, Heaven has inspired us to live well on earth even as we long for eternity. Drawing on Scripture, Joni Eareckson Tada answers the deepest questions of our hearts about what heaven will be like, who we will see there, and...

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Binaural overcome stress hypnosis by Glenn Harrold

Binaural overcome stress hypnosis

Glenn Harrold

Please Note: Binaural beats are completely safe and have been tested many times over the years in scientific studies. They simply replicate what brainwaves do naturally when you go to sleep. However please do not use this recording if you suffer with...

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The brave art of motherhood by Rachel Marie Martin

The brave art of motherhood

Rachel Marie Martin

Full-time blogger, speaker, marketer, podcaster, and single mom of seven, Rachel Marie Martin presents a rallying cry to anyone who believes the lie that she is "just a mom."Over the years, you willingly pour everything you have into y...

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I know why the caged bird sings by Maya Angelou

I know why the caged bird sings

Maya Angelou

A BBC Radio 4 dramatisation of Maya Angelou's poignant, powerful autobiography, starring Adjoa Andoh, Indie Gjesdal and Pippa Bennett-Warner. Abandoned by their parents, Maya and her older brother Bailey are sent to live with their grandmother and uncle...

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Shamanic healing journeys by Virginia Harton

Shamanic healing journeys

Virginia Harton

For whenever you feel stuck in life and are finding it hard to move forward. Journeys that work energetically with one of the oldest healing modalities on the planet. The shamanic energy is very powerful and can bring healing to you and your family lineage....

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Blackout wars by Peter Vincent. Pry

Blackout wars

Peter Vincent. Pry

Blackout Wars is about the historically unprecedented threat to our electronic civilization from its dependence on the electric power grid. Most Americans have experienced temporary blackouts, and regard them as merely an inconvenience. Some Americans...

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Fanny Crosby by Lucille Travis

Fanny Crosby

Lucille Travis

If you've ever picked up a hymn book, the chances are that you've sung a song written by a blind girl--and not just any blind girl... Fanny Crosby. As a young child she knew nothing of the sighted world around her but that didn't stop her interacting...

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Crystals for beginners by Karen (Karen S.) Frazier

Crystals for beginners

Karen (Karen S.) Frazier

Learn the holistic way to heal with Crystals for Beginners Balancing mind, body, and soul often feels impossible, but it doesn't have to be a struggle. Holistic healing methods with crystals can help harness energies and establish a positive and heal...

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Secrets to life and happiness by Chris Widener

Secrets to life and happiness

Chris Widener

Everybody is in search of happiness. Everybody. People may have a wide variety of goals in regard to how much money they make or the lifestyle they lead but the one thing that ties all of humanity together is a desire to be happy in whatever life they...

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Thirsty for more by Allison (Bible Teacher) Allen

Thirsty for more

Allison (Bible Teacher) Allen

When it comes to our connection with God, we dread "dry seasons," when we feel far from our life-sustaining Creator and redeemer. We want to dwell in lush valleys, not wander in trackless deserts. And yet, during the first three centuries of the church,...

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Seeing green by Tilly Dillehay

Seeing green

Tilly Dillehay

Don't Let the Shadow of Envy Color Your Joy You know that feeling, don't you' That heart sting when someone else receives the very thing you desire. When your best friend announces her engagement. When your sister says she's pregnant. When your coworker...

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All the colors we will see by Patrice Gopo

All the colors we will see

Patrice Gopo

"With this exquisitely composed [essay collection], Patrice Gopo sets herself apart as one of the most promising and talented writers of faith of our time.All the Colors We Will See is evocative, compelling, surprising, and brave. Gopo has a special talent...

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Leadership wisdom from the monk who sold his Ferrari by Robin S. (Robin Shilp) Sharma

Leadership wisdom from the monk who sold his Ferrari

Robin S. (Robin Shilp) Sharma

Enthusiastically embraced by leading organizations such as Microsoft, FedEx, Nortel Networks, IBM, General Motors, and Arthur Andersen, Leadership Wisdom from The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari is one of the most innovative, effective and remarkable books...

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The book of Ezekiel by Chuck Missler

The book of Ezekiel

Chuck Missler

The Book of Ezekiel Ezekiel was one of the most fascinating and mystical prophets of the Old Testament. He was held captive with King Jehoiachin in the second of three deportations under Nebuchadnezzar, years before Jerusalem was overthrown. Daniel, who...

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Courage, dear heart by Rebecca K. Reynolds

Courage, dear heart

Rebecca K. Reynolds

Our world is chaotic and often feels dark and devoid of hope. And it's not just the headlines we see every day. Our relationships are broken. A loved one's health is failing. We're disoriented and restless and wrestling with fear. These things are the...

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Tasting the past by Kevin (Kevin Paul) Begos

Tasting the past

Kevin (Kevin Paul) Begos

The characters in Tasting the Past include a young Swiss scientist who set out to decode the DNA of every single wine grape in the world; Middle Eastern researchers who seek to discover the wines that King David drank; and a University of Pennsylvania...

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When the killer man comes by Paul Martinez

When the killer man comes

Paul Martinez

This program includes a foreword written and read by Nicholas Irving.The thrilling combat memoir by special operations sniper Paul Martinez, who spent seven years in Special Operations and was a sniper assigned to 3rd Ranger Battalion.America has one...

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A life full of glitter by Anna O'Brien

A life full of glitter

Anna O'Brien

Learn the importance of expression: A Life Full of Glitter will show you how much creativity, physical activity, and social interactions affect your day-to-day life. Learn how to maximize these expressive activities to release pent-up emotions and fr...

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I just want to pee alone

I just want to pee alone

I Just Want to Pee Alone is a collection of hilarious essays from 37 of the most kick ass mom bloggers on the web.

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Disruptive witness by Alan Noble

Disruptive witness

Alan Noble

We live in a distracted, secular age. These two trends define life in Western society today. We are increasingly addicted to habits'and devices'that distract and "buffer" us from substantive reflection and deep engagement with the world. And we live in...

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Shift your thinking for success by Dean Del Sesto

Shift your thinking for success

Dean Del Sesto

We all desire success'but we don't all understand what success actually is. Success isn't a place you arrive at after working hard. That's a goal. Success is found in the character you maintain while you pursue your goals. It's about who we are and how...

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The league by John Eisenberg

The league

John Eisenberg

The epic tale of the five owners who shepherded the NFL through its tumultuous early decades and built the most popular sport in AmericaThe National Football League is a towering, distinctly American colossus spewing out $13 billion in annual revenue....

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Bearing witness by John R. Carpenter

Bearing witness

John R. Carpenter

It has been said that during times of war, the Muses fall silent. However, anyone who has read the major figures of mid-twentieth-century literature-Samuel Beckett, Richard Hillary, Norman Mailer, Albert Camus, Jean-Paul Sartre, and others-can attest...

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The relational soul by Richard Plass

The relational soul

Richard Plass

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....

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Increase energy by Craig Beck

Increase energy

Craig Beck

Do you get that feeling that you could achieve so much more in life if you just had a bit more energy? Perhaps you are constantly feeling lethargic and it's holding you back? You are not broken! All self-limiting beliefs, phobias and bad habits are simply...

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Hello, tomorrow! by Cindy Trimm

Hello, tomorrow!

Cindy Trimm

Vision calls you out from your past to participate in your future.' Building on the teaching in her best-selling book Commanding Your Morning, Cindy Trimm shows readers how to craft a brighter tomorrow by using spoken declarations to activate God's power...

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Exact thinking in demented times by Karl Sigmund

Exact thinking in demented times

Karl Sigmund

A dazzling group biography of the early twentieth-century thinkers who transformed the way the world thought about math and scienceInspired by Albert Einstein's theory of relativity and Bertrand Russell and David Hilbert's pursuit of the fundamental rules...

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Big chicken by Maryn McKenna

Big chicken

Maryn McKenna

In this eye-opening expose, acclaimed health journalist and National Geographic contributor Maryn McKenna documents how antibiotics transformed chicken from local delicacy to industrial commodity--and human health threat--uncovering the ways we can m...

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Seeking Allah, finding Jesus by Nabeel Qureshi

Seeking Allah, finding Jesus

Nabeel Qureshi

In Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus, now expanded with new bonus content, Nabeel Qureshi describes his dramatic journey from Islam to Christianity, complete with friendships, investigations, and supernatural dreams along the way.Providing an intimate window...

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Sales enablement by Byron Matthews

Sales enablement

Byron Matthews

Sales Enablement is the essential guide to boosting revenue through smarter selling. A thorough, practical introduction to sales enablement best practices, this book provides step-by-step approaches for implementation alongside expert advice. In clarifying...

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You don't have to try so hard by Kathi Lipp

You don't have to try so hard

Kathi Lipp

My soul, find rest in God; my hope comes from him. Psalm 62:5 Worn Down by the Pursuit of Perfection' Are you hustling through life, struggling to meet impossible standards and be everything to everybody' Do you ever wonder if there's any rest on the...

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Who will cry when you die? by Robin S. (Robin Shilp) Sharma

Who will cry when you die?

Robin S. (Robin Shilp) Sharma

"When you were born, you cried while the world rejoiced. Live your life in such a way that when you die, the world cries while you rejoice." -Ancient Sanskrit sayingDoes the gem of wisdom quoted above strike a chord deep within you' Do you feel that life...

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Loving people by John Sims Townsend

Loving people

John Sims Townsend

Your personal guide to learning how to love.When you say or hear the words "I love you" it can change your life forever. Love is one of God's most important gifts to anyone, yet there are many misunderstandings about how to make love work in our fami...

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Daughter detox by Peg Streep

Daughter detox

Peg Streep

A self-help book based in science, the result of more than a decade of research, Daughter Detox offers the daughters of unloving mothers vital information, guidance, and real strategies for healing from childhood experiences, and building genuine sel...

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Exposing financial abuse by Shannon Thomas

Exposing financial abuse

Shannon Thomas

With Exposing Financial Abuse: When Money Is a Weapon, you will be given the opportunity to pull the curtain back and see into the lives of those who have been financially harmed by someone close to them. Being able to take a closer look at this hidden...

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The illuminati by Jim Marrs

The illuminati

Jim Marrs

Chilling initiations. Big banks and money manipulations. Possible links to the Rockefellers, Rothschilds, Adamses, and Bushes. Reviewing the evidence, documents, and connections, The Illuminati: The Secret Society That Hijacked the World by award-win...

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On point

On point

"'Good advice,' says writer Cheryl Strayed, 'is simply about sharing your perspective.' This concise yet powerful insight is one of countless invaluable lessons shared by the 257 luminaries in On Point. Selected from WSJ. Magazine's popular Columnist...

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The Inspector Chen mysteries by Xiaolong Qiu

The Inspector Chen mysteries

Xiaolong Qiu

Nine BBC Radio full-cast dramatisations of the crime novels of Qiu Xiaolong, set in Shanghai. Starring Jamie Zubairi as Chief Inspector Chen Cao, an astute young policeman with twin passions for food and poetry.Through thrilling crime drama, these ni...

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The American West by Patrick Allitt

The American West

Patrick Allitt

Our understanding of the American West has moved far beyond pop culture in recent years. The legendary people and events we associate with the Wild West - the last stand at the Alamo, the Battle of Little Bighorn, the exploits of Calamity Jane, the h...

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Confidential confidential by Samantha Barbas

Confidential confidential

Samantha Barbas

In the 1950s, Confidential magazine, America's first celebrity scandal magazine, revealed Hollywood stars' secrets, misdeeds, and transgressions in gritty, unvarnished detail. Deploying a vast network of tipsters to root out scandalous facts about the...

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Dream. Believe. Achieve. by Jonathan Rea

Dream. Believe. Achieve.

Jonathan Rea

'If I had to lose my record to anyone, I couldn't be happier that it was Jonathan. Family connections aside, there is nobody more talented, more determined or more deserving.' - Carl Fogarty Within the staggeringly dangerous and high-pressure sport o...

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Spinal dogs by William Gruar

Spinal dogs

William Gruar

47 yr old male newly paraplegic views his situation from his bed, chair, toilet, shower, dining room, gymnasium, garden over a 24 hour period. His encounters with his fellow patients, nurses, doctors, psychiatrist, therapist, physiotherapist, and drugs...

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Money by Laura Whateley


Laura Whateley

Take control of your personal finances with this concise, timely and indispensable guide, from acclaimed money expert Laura Whateley. Ten years on from the financial crash, and we are still bad with money.We press 'cash only' at ATMs, and accept that...

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The truth about Aaron by Jonathan Hernandez

The truth about Aaron

Jonathan Hernandez

The unvarnished true story of the tragic life and death of Aaron Hernandez, the college All-American and New England Patriots star convicted of murder, told by one of the few people who knew him best, his brother. To football fans, Aaron Hernandez was...

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Driven by Rosemary Smith


Rosemary Smith

The inspirational story of the female motorsport pioneer who broke through the gender barrier to compete in and win some of the most iconic rallies in the world. Rosemary Smith is recognised internationally for her outstanding achievements in the world...

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Stay hungry & kick burnout in the butt by Steven Berglas

Stay hungry & kick burnout in the butt

Steven Berglas

One of the foremost authorities on career guidance, Dr. Steven Berglas shows you how to find purpose and ongoing passion from your work.Most Americans today are frustrated that no matter how much emotional currency they invest in the work they are trying...

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The unexpected genius of pigs by Matt Whyman

The unexpected genius of pigs

Matt Whyman

We often consider dogs to be our enduring sidekicks but the truth is domestic pigs have played a role in our lives for nearly as long. Pigs are highly social and smart. They like to play. They're inventive, crafty and belligerent - and incredibly sin...

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Bloody brilliant women by Cathy Newman

Bloody brilliant women

Cathy Newman

'A litany of fresh heroes to make the embattled heart sing' Caitlin Moran A fresh, opinionated history of all the brilliant women you should have learned about in school but didn't. In this freewheeling history of modern Britain, Cathy Newman writes about...

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The invisible gorilla by Christopher F. Chabris

The invisible gorilla

Christopher F. Chabris

If a gorilla walked out into the middle of a basketball pitch, you'd notice it. Wouldn't you? If a serious violent crime took place just next to you, you'd remember it, right? The Invisible Gorilla is a fascinating look at the unbelievable, yet routine...

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The world as it is by Benjamin Rhodes

The world as it is

Benjamin Rhodes

Random House presents the audiobook of The World As It Is by Ben Rhodes, read by Mark Deakins with and introduction read by the author. This is a book about two people making the most important decisions in the world. One is Barack Obama. The other is...

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Cozy minimalist home by Myquillyn Smith

Cozy minimalist home

Myquillyn Smith

Cozy Minimalism isn't about going without or achieving a particular new, modern style. Nope. It's simply a mindset that helps you get whatever style YOU LOVE with the fewest possible items. You want a warm, cozy, inviting home, without using more res...

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Beirut rules by Fred Burton

Beirut rules

Fred Burton

From the New York Times bestselling coauthors of Under Fire--the riveting story of the kidnapping and murder of CIA Station Chief William Buckley.After a deadly terrorist bombing at the American embassy in Lebanon in 1983, only one man inside the CIA...

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Strange frequencies by Peter Bebergal

Strange frequencies

Peter Bebergal

A journey through the attempts artists, scientists, and tinkerers have made to imagine and communicate with the otherworldly using various technologies, from cameras to radiowaves.Strange Frequencies takes readers on an extraordinary narrative and hi...

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How to not always be working by Marlee Grace

How to not always be working

Marlee Grace

This book is a quiet revolution, a guide filled with practical advice to help you curb your obsessions and build boundaries between your work, your job, and your life. From business anecdotes about fulfilling orders to more personal stories about Mar...

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Thinking sideways by Spike Milligan

Thinking sideways

Spike Milligan

"Named for Spike’s explanation of his sense of humour – ‘I’m Irish – we think sideways’ – this BBC radio anthology, published to celebrate the centenary of his birth, provides unique insight into his genius. Spike Milligan: Inside Out sees Milligan a...

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I'm sorry I haven't a clue. 16

I'm sorry I haven't a clue. 16

"The antidote to panel games returns with this 16th glorious collection, in which Jack Dee gives regular panelists Tim Brooke-Taylor, Barry Cryer and Graeme Garden silly things to do. Joining them in this compilation are special guests Rob Brydon, Vi...

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The Goon show. Volume 33, Round the world in eighty days by Spike Milligan

The Goon show. Volume 33, Round the world in eighty days

Spike Milligan

"Goon but not forgotten! One of the most popular and influential comedy teams on radio, the Goons ruled the airwaves between 1951 and 1960. Their innovative, irreverent humour, inspired lunacy and surreal cloning set the trend for a new kind of comedy,...

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Paradise lost by John Milton

Paradise lost

John Milton

"Milton's biblical masterpiece, first published in 1667, is one of English literature's most seminal works. Straddling three worlds - heaven, hell and earth - it tells the gripping story of fallen angel Satan's rebellion against God, his temptation of...

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A Macat analysis of Nassim Nicholas Taleb's The black swan: the impact of the highly improbable by Eric Lybeck

A Macat analysis of Nassim Nicholas Taleb's The black swan: the impact of the highly improbable

Eric Lybeck

Europeans once thought all swans were white, and white was part of how they defined 'swan.' Then black swans were discovered, and the definition changed forever. In his 2007 book, Nicholas Taleb says the black swans of his title can appear at any time,...

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God Is in the crowd by Tal Keinan

God Is in the crowd

Tal Keinan

"Enthralling, searching, profound, an extraordinarily powerful work on Jewish identity in the twenty-first century."--Rabbi Lord Jonathan SacksA bold proposal for discovering relevance in Judaism and ensuring its survival, from a pioneering social ac...

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Everything's trash, but it's okay by Phoebe Robinson

Everything's trash, but it's okay

Phoebe Robinson

Entertainment Weekly's Fall 2018's 25 Must-ReadsEssence's Fall 2018 Guide to All Things FunnyBustle's 18 New Nonfiction Books to Know in October"Robinson offers deft cultural criticism and hilarious personal anecdotes that will make readers laugh, cringe,...

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The drama of the gifted child by Alice Miller

The drama of the gifted child

Alice Miller

The bestselling book on childhood trauma and the enduring effects of repressed anger and pain Why are many of the most successful people plagued by feelings of emptiness and alienation? This wise and profound book has provided millions of readers with...

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Cole and Sav by Cole LaBrant

Cole and Sav

Cole LaBrant

Popular YouTubers Cole and Savannah LaBrant share their inspiring love story, highlighting the redemptive, surprising nature of God at work in our lives, and how He graciously steps in and turns our messes into something beautiful.Millions around the...

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Dawn of the code war by John P. Carlin

Dawn of the code war

John P. Carlin

This firsthand account of the fight to protect America from foreign hackers warns of the unprecedented danger that awaits us in the era of the internet of things, unless we can change our technology culture.With each passing year, the internet-linked...

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Play by play by Verne Lundquist

Play by play

Verne Lundquist

One of America's most beloved sportscasters turns the spotlight on his own life, chronicling his incredible life covering Southeastern Conference football and some of the most iconic moments in sports history over the last five decades.Verne Lundquis...

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Zen your work by Karlyn Borysenko

Zen your work

Karlyn Borysenko

Use mindfulness techniques to handle toxic stress in the workplace and to create your ideal professional experience from the inside out.While working in a particularly toxic environment, Karlyn Borysenko came to this liberating realization: she could...

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Your money, your marriage by Cherie Lowe

Your money, your marriage

Cherie Lowe

God's vision for your marriage is far more than mediocre, and money and sex are two of the most common tension points. But it doesn't have to be this way. In Your Money, Your Marriage, Brian and Cherie Lowe offer straight talk and power principles for...

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Interior states by Meghan O'Gieblyn

Interior states

Meghan O'Gieblyn

"Meghan O'Gieblyn's deep and searching essays are written with a precise sort of skepticism and a slight ache in the heart. A first-rate and riveting collection."--Lorrie MooreA fresh, acute, and even profound collection that centers around two core ...

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The ministry of ordinary places by Shannan Martin

The ministry of ordinary places

Shannan Martin

Popular blogger Shannan Martin offers Christians who are longing for a more meaningful life a simple starting point: learn what it is to love and be loved right where God has placed you.For Christ-followers living in an increasingly complicated world,...

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Modern HERstory by Blair Imani

Modern HERstory

Blair Imani

An inspiring and radical celebration of 70 women, girls, and gender nonbinary people who have changed--and are still changing--the world, from the Civil Rights Movement and Stonewall riots through Black Lives Matter and beyond.With a radical and incl...

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Radically Happy by Phakchok Rinpoche

Radically Happy

Phakchok Rinpoche

Get to know your own mind, stop judging, and be attentive-a Buddhist guide to happiness that's relevant to everyone. ast meets West in a fresh, modern take on a timeless challenge: how to find contentment and meaning in life. A longtime meditator and...

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Lose well by Chris Gethard

Lose well

Chris Gethard

Comedian and cult hero Chris Gethard performs his laugh-out-loud, kick-in-the-pants self-help narrative for anyone who ever felt like they didn't fit in or couldn't catch a break, showing us how to get over our fear of failure and start living life on...

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Harry Potter by Ben Davies

Harry Potter

Ben Davies

The history of magic is as long as time and as wide as the world. In every culture, in every age, in every place and, probably, in every heart, there is magic.Harry Potter: A History of Magic reveals some of the hidden stories behind real-world magic...

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My dear Bessie by Chris Barker

My dear Bessie

Chris Barker

"Twenty hours have gone since I last wrote. I have been thinking of you. I shall think of you until I post this, and until you get it. Can you feel, as you read these words, that I am thinking of you now; aglow, alive, alert at the thought that you are...

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How to be an overnight success by Maria Hatzistefanis

How to be an overnight success

Maria Hatzistefanis

"When the skincare company Rodial launched its cult 'snake' serum, the press were quick to call the business an 'overnight success.' In fact, Rodial's founder, Maria Hatzistefanis, had been toiling for 18 years building the company from scratch. She...

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A moment of grace by Patrick Dillon

A moment of grace

Patrick Dillon

"How do you learn to live in the wake of death? Patrick Dillon and Nicola Thorold were together for twenty-eight years. Patrick was an award-winning architect and writer and Nicola a leading figure in theatre, awarded an OBE for her contribution to the...

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