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Nightfall Midnight and Nightmare by Stephen Leather

Nightfall, Midnight, and Nightmare by Stephen Leather

Narrator: Ralph Lister

Book Description:

Nightfall: 11 hrs 51 min Unabridged

“You’re going to hell, Jack Nightingale.”

These are the words that ended Jack Nightingale’s career as a police negotiator. 1,128 more words

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Audiobook Review - Euphoria - Lily King

Author: Lily King

Narrators: Simon Vance, Xe Sands
Run Time: 6hr 53 min

Review Copy Provided by Publisher via Audiobook Jukebox

English anthropologist Andrew Bankson has been alone in the field for several years, studying a tribe on the Sepik River in the Territory of New Guinea with little success. 582 more words


Audible sports audiobook of the month: Making the Weight: Boxing's Lethal Secret

In this blog series, I review a sports audiobook from audible.co.uk

This month: Making the Weight: Boxing’s Lethal Secret (a Sports Shorts) by Barry J. Whyte… 473 more words

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"Running Blind" Jack Reacher #4 by Lee Child - Clever, brutal plot. Reacher loses touch with reality

When this book first came out, in the UK,  it was called “The Visitor”, which makes a whole lot of sense to me:  it links to the plot, it’s ambiguous about the nature and identity of the visitor and it’s easy to remember. 623 more words

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Sell or be Sold: Get Your Way in Business and in Life

This book is written and narrated by Grant Cardone. There is a great deal of extra content that isn’t in the print version as Grant goes off the cuff and speaks freely, without his editors meddling, and provides so much data you must listen twice. 154 more words

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The Secret of Selling - Grant Cardone

This 1 hour Audiobook is a live presentation by Grant Cardone on the secrets of selling. It is a great introduction to Grant and his many books and programs on Selling, Closing, and the 10X lifestyle. 34 more words

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Not Privileged to Know

Written by Bill Rockwell and Narrated by Tom Rockwell this audiobook explores multiple murders, twins, the Mob, and Senators wanting to become President. How far will one man go to become president? 123 more words

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