More than 20 New York Times best-selling authors team up to create a first-rate serial novel -- a collaboration that combines the skills of America’s greatest storytellers to produce a gripping, spellbinding mystery.
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How long would it take you to memorize the names of the 43 U.S. Presidents in order? With this audiobook, you can do it in less than an hour - and you will enjoy it. Be Brilliant teaches that the human mind perfectly records all sensory input, and the key to remembering is learning how to find information in one's brain. This audiobook will help you achieve amazing results.
Fond remembrances of the life and work of Robert Anton Wilson, featuring Douglas Rushkoff, Antero Ali, Tiffany Lee Brown, David Jay Brown, Zac Odin, and Joseph Matheny.
Here's a unique approach featuring fun-filled dates to help seriously dating and engaged couples strengthen their relationship. Couples will soon discover whether or not to go to the next level of commitment, and will spend quality time together now while preparing for a great marriage in the future.
History has known many famous cats - Garfield, Mr Bigglesworth, Simon's Cat, the Aristocats, the Cheshire cat and the Keyboard Cat on YouTube. In recent years these feline things have replaced man's best friend as the most popular pet in the U.S. while the Ancient Egyptians once worshipped them as gods. This was a mistake and I'm here to tell you why. Man vs Cat is the story of one man, one woman and the six cats that changed their lives forever.
Accompanying a major BBC1 series presented by David Dimbleby, and an exhibition at Tate Britain, A Picture of Britain is a celebration of the British landscape and the art that it has inspired, from Constable to Lowry, from Turner to Nash. From the slopes of Snowdonia to the industrial Black Country, from the grandeur of the Scottish Highlands to the meadows of Suffolk, the British landscape has inspired artists and writers for generations.
Many moons ago a despotic cat named Charlie decided that he wanted to be a book critic. It would fit so nicely with his existing roles as food critic, dog critic and owner critic. Thus The Bleaklisted Books was born and Charlie has never looked back. This first volume of The Bleaklisted Books sees Charlie review (pull to pieces) an array of literary masterpieces, including Ulysses, Charlotte's Web and Anna Karenina. Book lovers - and even cat lovers - beware! This could be the stuff of nightmares.
The Lost Elf is a medieval fantasy series about an elf who struggles to understand his true identity. The elf wakes to find a strange environment for which he is ill prepared for. He must learn how to survive by learning about who he is and discovering his strange powers. Unable to remember anything about himself or how he arrived at the desert, the elf struggles to adapt to the reality he must face. His loneliness is quickly shattered after discovering the power to communicate with nature through his mind.
Seldom has the world seen a man with the grace, style, and intellect of David Brown. Known in his lifetime as a journalist, a publisher, an Academy Award winning film producer, a Broadway producer, an author, a one-time astrologer, and husband to long-time Cosmopolitan head Helen Gurley Brown. Throughout his remarkable life he was a friend, acquaintance, and confidant of the world's most powerful, most famous, and most notorious.
John Boehner is one of the most powerful Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives, and a frequent target of Barack Obama and other leading Democrats. Raised in a working-class home with 11 siblings, Boehner succeeded in business and then in politics. This biography details his rise to power in an entertaining, engaging style.
For centuries, prognosis was the principal thing doctors could offer to patients. They couldn’t heal much, but they could say what was likely to happen.
"We All Know Exercise Makes You Live Longer. But This Will Actually Get You off the Couch." is from the World section of The Washington Post. It was written by David Brown and narrated by Sam Scholl.
Faculty and a student at Henry Dunster University have been murdered, and the police know someone using the code name Alpha is behind these murders. Who Is Alpha? by David H. Brown follows mathematics professor Samuel Mohlar; his girlfriend, Kay Townsend; and her sister, Jenny, as they seek to find out the identity of Alpha. While searching for the killer, they take a formula that can be used to produce a drug so powerful that anyone addicted to the drug is under the complete control of its supplier.
A wealthy businesswoman, Krista Clark, was found dead in her bedroom, a revolver in her hand and a typed suicide note on her desk. Did she commit suicide, or was she murdered?
A selection of short stories. 456 - Will the hunter become the hunted? A man pays the price for his arrogance Human Nature - An animal victim is given a voice in this tragic tale of animal cruelty Susan - A chilling tale of suffocating "love"; just when does devotion become obsession? Jarls of the Ocean - Will a warrior be judged as a hero? A fighter faces an epic adversary.
Get results fast with this quick, easy guide to the fundamentals of Negotiating. Includes how to: Set clear goals and limits, Understand your potential adversary or partner, Use and interpret body language, Deal with difficult people, Close brilliant deals.
The Bible doesn't instruct us on how we should name our children, but it does make clear that the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob uses names for blessings. Join author David Brown in investigating why names are important.
After escaping the harsh desert with his fox companion, Benjamin, an elf with amnesia finds relief in a large grassland. The elf soon discovers a lizard-like creature who steals his magical dagger. The weapon holds secrets that the elf has yet to discover. In the course of recovering his dagger, the elf discovers a small human town in dire need. Their food supply is cut off after their farms were invaded by the lizard creatures. The elf decides to help the humans and ward off the threat before the town starves.
"Don’t Abandon Afghanistan Too Soon" is from the October 19, 2015 Ideas and Controversy section of The Washington Post. It was written by Vanda Felbab-Brown, Ronald Neumann and David Sedney and narrated by Sam Scholl.