This audiobook covers a variety of topics regarding ISTJs (Introverted Sensing Thinking Judging) and explains why they are such loyal and dependable people. ISTJs make up one of the largest personality types in the general population and are known for their high integrity, logic, and commitment to tradition.
A brazen robbery by a masked man at one of Savannah's finest restaurants results in the murder of a teenage girl and murder indictments against two defendants. The assistant DA assigned to the case believes one indictment is without merit, and his attempt to have it dismissed threatens both his career and his life. With colorful characters and exciting and realistic courtroom drama, The Indictments will keep the listener riveted on the twisting plot until the unforgettable final chapter.
"love a good mystery!"
Welcome to Port of Refuge - another light and quirky island mystery steeped in Outer Banks culture, from the author who took you to Port Starbird.
This collection features five episodes of the classic NBC radio show starring Bob Hope: Bing Crosby, Eddie Cantor, Al Jolson, Van Johnson, and Peter Lorre.
Among America's presidents, Harry Truman's presidency produced some of the nation's most crucial decisions and left one of the nation's most unique legacies. When President Franklin Roosevelt died in April 1945, Vice President Truman, somewhat unprepared for the Presidency, now had to fill some of the biggest shoes in American history.
FBI Medical Examiner Dr. Jessica Coran and Inspector Richard Sharp have been enlisted to spearhead the investigation of a series of crucifixion murders - a bizarre rash of ritual killings in London's underground. The madman has left a trail of carnage unequaled in the history of serial crime. But he has also left no clues to his identity, or to his unfathomable motive.
John Wall is easily one of the most dynamic point guards to play the game of basketball. From flashy crossovers to speedy races down the court on the fastbreak, John Wall has a bright basketball career ahead of him.
Forget the steroid-addled, overpaid, and unmotivated players: America's pastime is still alive and well and is still the heartfelt sport it's always been...in the minor leagues. And nowhere is this truer than in Kentucky, whose rich baseball history continues to play out in the four teams profiled in this audiobook. Following these teams through the 2010 season - the triumphs, struggles, and big-league hopes and dreams - the book tells the larger story of baseball in America's smaller venues.
"On Par with books like it"
A body is found naked and mutilated in a house. Two men, Iraq war veterans, must find out who did it and set out for revenge. As they do, they must confront their past and the evil that they themselves have wrought. They soon are facing the might of the mafia, and as they prepare for one more battle, they realize that they must use everything that they've learned in war or else they might not live....
"Combat vets with a score to settle"
Fly high with L. Ron Hubbard's aerial adventure audio collection. Included are: Sabotage in the Sky, On Blazing Wings, Wind-Gone-Mad, Sky Crasher and Hurtling Wings.
In 1968, a couple of KGB agents in Germany wanted to defect. Too bad for them that the CIA and the US Army wanted no part of this action. A group of US soldiers decided to facilitate these defections without any official coordination. What could possibly go wrong? More things than you can probably imagine.
"Back to the Cold War"
After the end of World War II, General George Patton declared that artillery had won the war. Yet howitzers did not achieve victory on their own. Crucial to the success of these big guns were forward observers, artillerymen on the front lines who directed the artillery fire. In Bracketing the Enemy, John R. Walker offers the first full-length history of forward observer teams during World War II.
Be held hostage to the fast action and intrigue in this controversial thriller of modern-day espionage. Ukraine is perched at the beginning of a bloody civil war. Involuntary spy Seth Rogan finds himself back in Russia when his Russian secret agent girlfriend disappears while on an undercover assignment in Ukraine amidst the political upheaval and unrest. What does his former employer, the giant chemical company and GMO seed king Germinat, stand to benefit from the war?
Most fans are aware of the basics of Lewis’ story, but in order to truly understand Ray Lewis, you must first understand where he came from. This unauthorized biography explores Lewis’ upbringing, his high school and college careers, and details his breakthrough into the NFL, all the way through his Super Bowl XLVII victory against the San Francisco 49ers.
This episode of Bob Hope's classic NBC radio show originally aired on April 15, 1947.