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  • Public Speaking: Triumphantly Conquer the #1 Business Fear | G. Michael Campbell,Karen Berg,Frank Luntz

    Public Speaking: Triumphantly Conquer the #1 Business Fear

    • ABRIDGED (26 mins)
    • By G. Michael Campbell, Karen Berg, Frank Luntz
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    The editors at getAbstract read through thousands of titles and picks out the very best. Forget all the hot-air books. They select the ones that really make a difference. Each audio file has been compressed down to 10 minutes—the perfect length to grasp the book’s main ideas and put you ahead of the pack. Here they present Public Speaking: Triumphantly Conquer the #1 Business Fear.

  • Rise | Karen Campbell

    Rise

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 54 mins)
    • By Karen Campbell
    • Narrated By Caroline Guthrie
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    Justine is running for her life. Escaping a city and a man, she heads north to the valleys of the Highlands. Michael and Hannah are also running, with their two sons and their tattered marriage. They are looking for somewhere they can call home. In an ancient landscape, a shocking accident causes their lives to intertwine. Tangled together in threads of guilt and love, with Scotland rushing towards a referendum and the community fracturing, they must all face their ghosts.

  • This Is Where I Am | Karen Campbell

    This Is Where I Am

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 24 mins)
    • By Karen Campbell
    • Narrated By Ruth Urquhart
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    When recently widowed Deborah Maxwell is assigned by the Scottish Refugee Council to act as mentor to Abdi Hassan, a Somali refugee, the two are drawn into an awkward friendship. They must spend a year together, meeting once a month in different parts of Glasgow. As recently-widowed Deborah opens Abdi's eyes to her beloved city and its people, he teaches her about the importance of family - and of laying your ghosts to rest. All Abdi has brought with him is his four-year-old daughter, Rebecca, who lives in a silence no one can reach.

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