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  • The Lost Wife: A Novel | Alyson Richman

    The Lost Wife: A Novel

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 5 mins)
    • By Alyson Richman
    • Narrated By George Guidall, Suzanne Toren
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    In pre-war Prague, the dreams of two young lovers are shattered when they are separated by the Nazi invasion. Then, decades later, thousands of miles away in New York, there's an inescapable glance of recognition between two strangers. Providence is giving Lenka and Josef one more chance. From the glamorous ease of life in Prague before the Occupation, to the horrors of Nazi Europe, The Lost Wife explores the power of first love, the resilience of the human spirit, and the strength of memory.

    Sara says: "Love, Strength & Survival"
  • The Velvet Hours | Alyson Richman

    The Velvet Hours

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 27 mins)
    • By Alyson Richman
    • Narrated By Tavia Gilbert, Kate Reading
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    An elusive courtesan, Marthe de Florian had cultivated a life of art and beauty, casting out all recollections of her impoverished childhood in the dark alleys of Montmartre. With Europe on the brink of war, she shares her story with her granddaughter, Solange Beaugiron, using her prized possessions to reveal her innermost secrets. Most striking of all are a beautiful string of pearls and a magnificent portrait of Marthe painted by the Italian artist Giovanni Boldini.

    B. Pierce says: "Couldn't get past narrator"
  • The Garden of Letters | Alyson Richman

    The Garden of Letters

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 12 mins)
    • By Alyson Richman
    • Narrated By Elizabeth Sastre, Alyson Richman
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    Portofino, Italy, 1943. A young woman steps off a boat in a scenic coastal village. Although she knows how to disappear in a crowd, Elodie is too terrified to slip by the German officers while carrying her poorly forged identity papers. She is frozen until a man she's never met before claims to know her. In desperate need of shelter, Elodie follows him back to his home on the cliffs of Portofino.

    Lelia says: "My thoughts"
  • Grand Central: Original Stories of Postwar Love and Reunion | Melanie Benjamin,Jenna Blum,Sarah Jio,Sarah McCoy,Karen White,Amanda Hodgkinson,Pam Jenoff,Kristina McMorris,Alyson Richman,Erika Robuck

    Grand Central: Original Stories of Postwar Love and Reunion

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 9 mins)
    • By Melanie Benjamin, Jenna Blum, Sarah Jio, and others
    • Narrated By Carla Mercer-Meyer
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    On any particular day, thousands upon thousands of people pass through New York City's Grand Central Terminal, through the whispering gallery, beneath the ceiling of stars, and past the information booth and its beckoning four-faced clock, to whatever destination is calling them. It is a place where people come to say hello and good-bye. And each person has a story to tell.

    Amazon Customer says: "Not a disappointment"
  • The Mask Carver's Son | Alyson Richman

    The Mask Carver's Son

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 14 mins)
    • By Alyson Richman
    • Narrated By John Lee
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    1890. Yamamoto Kiyoki is a Japanese art student, dreaming of studying in Paris with the inspiring and vibrant Impressionist painters. Yamamoto Ryusei is Kiyoki's father. Ryusei's art, carving intricate masks for traditional Japanese theater, has been his refuge from loneliness since the death of his beloved wife, and he is revered as the most inspired artist of his kind. He expects his only son to honor the traditions of his family and his country, not to be seduced by Western ideas of what is beautiful.

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