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  • Quiet River | Natasha A. Salnikova

    Quiet River

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 1 min)
    • By Natasha A. Salnikova
    • Narrated By Denise Kahn
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    Lisa and Matt Collins spend a weekend at the small town of Quiet River, where their son, Evan, meets a woman who says he looks like her son, and gives him cookies. The next morning a hotel clerk gives them another bag of cookies and explains that somebody brought it from the kitchen for Evan. Lisa sees something change in the clerk's eyes but ignores it.

    DabOfDarkness says: "A bit slow but the core story is good."
  • Split-Second Lifetime | Denise Kahn

    Split-Second Lifetime

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 24 mins)
    • By Denise Kahn
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    On a business trip from the US to Paris, Jebby meets Dodi on a flight. Jebby is an ethnomusicologist, and Dodi is an international photographer. They are immediately attracted to each other, but from the very first moment Dodi triggers what seems like past life memories for Jebby of a poignant and passionate time they shared together.

    Zoe says: "Split second lifetime"
  • The Greek Rule | Aleka Nakis

    The Greek Rule

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 55 mins)
    • By Aleka Nakis
    • Narrated By Denise Kahn
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    Ambitious and beautiful Athena Lakis has one simple rule: No romance with a Greek. In theory, this tenet should be easy to keep. After all, reaching for her lifelong dream to own and operate a prestigious hotel on prime seaside property in Greece, she has her hands full. The major hurdle being her drop-dead gorgeous competition: Greek tycoon Alexandros Strintzaris. Alexandros has his sights set on more than just a real estate deal.

    Christy D says: "The Greek Rule"
  • The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood: Cv/Visual Arts Research, Book 149 | Edward Lucie-Smith

    The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood: Cv/Visual Arts Research, Book 149

    • UNABRIDGED (56 mins)
    • By Edward Lucie-Smith
    • Narrated By Denise Kahn
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    Explores the structure and development of the Pre-Raphaelite movement in the mid-19th century and works that figure among the most enduring and generally popular in British art. Renowned writer and art critic Edward Lucie-Smith contributes a study of the brotherhood of seven artists and their interconnection and intricate links with the social establishment of the time. James Cahill has a special interest in the movement, having studied Dante Gabriel Rossetti and Holman Hunt. He reviews a major exhibition of 150 works at Tate Britain launched in September 2012.

  • Hot Air | Denise Kahn

    Hot Air

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 22 mins)
    • By Denise Kahn
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    Terror at the International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta. Hot Air, a thriller filled with passion, romance, survival and courage. Sean Sandoval, half Navajo, half Irish, has bravery in his blood and passion in his heart. From boyhood to one of the Air Force's elite pararescuemen, his path in life is always connected to air.

    Zoe says: "Hot Air"
  • A Garden Wall in Provence | Carrie Jane Knowles

    A Garden Wall in Provence

    • UNABRIDGED (3 hrs and 29 mins)
    • By Carrie Jane Knowles
    • Narrated By Denise Kahn
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    When Madame Reynaud is tricked into inviting every one of her elderly friends to come to the house for a surprise party, she learns that Monique has a surprise of her own. All Madame Reynaud's problems come crashing down at the annual Fete of the Three Kings, when she finds herself in a compromising situation with the baker, Monsieur Boffard. In the end, the Gypsy Queen from the laundry sets the situation straight, for she sees the future and tells Madame Reynaud what she must do - the solution she really knew all along.

  • A Face in the Crowd | Christina Kirby

    A Face in the Crowd

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 59 mins)
    • By Christina Kirby
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    Alexis Hightower considers trust a four-letter word, and she has no intention of getting serious with anyone. After all, her day job as a nurse is plenty serious enough. On one of her nights off, she attends a concert for her favorite band and ends up on stage. She never expected to meet the legendary singer in person, or that he would be the one to make her question her way of life. But how do you learn to trust again when the one you want is desired by thousands?

    Christy D says: "A Face in the Crowd"
  • Through the Lens: Studies of Photographers (CV/Visual Arts Research) | Marina Vaizey

    Through the Lens: Studies of Photographers (CV/Visual Arts Research)

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    • By Marina Vaizey
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    A collection of reviews and studies of photographers published since 2001. Includes David Bailey, Horst, Cecil Beaton, Don McCullin, Lee Miller, Francesca Woofman, E.O.Hoppe, and others.

  • Curators and Collections: Management of the Arts | Sarah James,Nicholas James

    Curators and Collections: Management of the Arts

    • UNABRIDGED (2 hrs and 31 mins)
    • By Sarah James, Nicholas James
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    The first edition of Curators and Collections, published in 1997, was based on interviews and features published in the quarterly review, Cv Journal of Art and Crafts (1988-1991). These recorded the launch of the Irish Museum of Modern Art in 1991, the construction of Tate Modern in 1997, as well as exploring special collections at the National Gallery, Courtauld Gallery, The British Museum, and Royal Photographic Society.

  • Guitar Woman | Denise Kahn

    Guitar Woman

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    • By Denise Kahn
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    Alex Kouros's passions are making exquisite guitars and producing Greece's premier beer. At a prestigious art gallery he meets artist Cassandra Beckham. A whirlwind romance ensues, but is cut short when malicious kidnappers board the yacht they are sailing on in the turquoise waters of the Aegean. As they struggle with the malefactors Alex is shot and Cassie falls into the sea with a blow to her head. They are left for dead, and although they survive they both think the other died.

    zoe says: "Guitar Woman"
  • Howard Hughes: Interesting Stories About His Life | J.D. Rockefeller

    Howard Hughes: Interesting Stories About His Life

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    • By J.D. Rockefeller
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    Considered to be one of the most financially successful people in the world when he was alive, Howard Hughes attracts attention even 40 years after his death. From being a business tycoon to an aerospace engineer and inventor to being a maverick filmmaker, Hughes seemed to have tried it all.

  • Crying over Spilt Light: A God Complex Sci-Fi Novella | George Saoulidis

    Crying over Spilt Light: A God Complex Sci-Fi Novella

    • UNABRIDGED (2 hrs and 6 mins)
    • By George Saoulidis
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    On the verge of abandoning his life-long project, an obsessive physicist hires the innovative service of an android muse to help him finish his work. But when things start to go missing from his life, he must learn that not all is worth sacrificing on the altar of science before he has nothing left to live for.

    Roberta Vengley says: "short but worth the listen."
  • Queen Elizabeth II by Cecil Beaton: A Diamond Jubilee Celebration, Victoria & Albert Museum: Through the Lens, Book 3 | Marina Vaizey

    Queen Elizabeth II by Cecil Beaton: A Diamond Jubilee Celebration, Victoria & Albert Museum: Through the Lens, Book 3

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    • By Marina Vaizey
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    The work of the photographer, theatrical designer, narcissist, snob, careerist, and exceptionally talented Cecil Beaton (1904-1980), including 18,000 vintage prints, negatives and transparencies, contact sheets and 45 books of cuttings are at the Victoria & Albert Museum. They have all been brilliantly culled for the alluring and significant exhibition of some of Beaton's royal portraits, billed as A Diamond Jubilee Celebration.

  • Homemade Food: World Flavors |  Terrapetti Publishing

    Homemade Food: World Flavors

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    • By Terrapetti Publishing
    • Narrated By Denise Kahn
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    Since the beginning of time, food is what brought us all together. But as the human race evolved over time, our desire for unique culinary experiences grew to an insatiable intrigue to be transported to exotic places and enjoy a rich tapestry of taste. A taste sparked by the leaders of the culinary renaissance of their times, a taste that has been maintained through history, a taste that emerged into a tradition and was perfected from generation to generation.

    Cyn says: "More than just a cookbook"
  • A Soldier's Vow | Jackie M. Smith

    A Soldier's Vow

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 52 mins)
    • By Jackie M. Smith
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    Henry Whitfield answers the call of duty and travels halfway across the world to fight in the war. Far away from his family and Canadian hometown, he feels the loneliness. On the battlefield, he meets an angel. Afraid she is just a dream, he befriends Winnie.

    mrmeeka says: "War Romance"
  • The Ring of Minos: At the Palace of Knossos | N. P. James

    The Ring of Minos: At the Palace of Knossos

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    • By N. P. James
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    DabOfDarkness says: "A great introduction to the Palace"
  • Documenta X: A Preview: Cv/Visual Arts Research, Book 87 | Nicholas James

    Documenta X: A Preview: Cv/Visual Arts Research, Book 87

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    • By Nicholas James
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    A presentation by exhibition curator Catherine David in 1997 describes her plans for Documenta X Kassel; title 'Retroperspective', including works by Joseph Beuys and Walter de Maria. She proposes the ambitions of the projects, in linking strands of modern and progressive art, with aspirations of different nationalities and cultures.

  • Between Dream and Nightmare: Gerhard Richter, Sigmar Polke, Anselm Kiefer: A View of Modern German Art | Marina Vaizey

    Between Dream and Nightmare: Gerhard Richter, Sigmar Polke, Anselm Kiefer: A View of Modern German Art

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    • By Marina Vaizey
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    A study of three leading German artists presently exhibited in London at Tate Modern, the British Museum and the Royal Academy. In 2014, a resonant series of anniversaries and commemorations prompted an enhanced awareness in London of the history of the Teutonic world in general, and - specifically - a sense of post-war Germany in terms of three of its most symbolic and emblematic visual artists.

  • Francis Bacon Seminar: A Discussion of the Artist | Nicholas James

    Francis Bacon Seminar: A Discussion of the Artist

    • UNABRIDGED (35 mins)
    • By Nicholas James
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    Cv/VAR 31 documents Francis Bacon, discussed in a seminar for the MA History of Art course at Kingston University in 1995. It considers varied aspects of the artist, the circumstances of his social milieu, his painting methods, and the iconography of his work comparing him with predecessors in Western art from Goya to Picasso as well as contemporaries such as Lucian Freud. A second part reviews works in an exhibition held at the Hayward Gallery London 1998.

  • Lucian Freud: Mapping the Human | Marina Vaizey,Nicholas James

    Lucian Freud: Mapping the Human

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    • By Marina Vaizey, Nicholas James
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    Renowned artist Lucian Freud (1922-2011) was commemorated in an exhibition of 50 portraits spanning his working life, held at The National Portrait Gallery London from February to May 2012. The review explored the development of his art from the potent and hypersensed studies of the 1940s to major paintings in the later phase, where the artist engaged in a complex and sometimes brutal meditation on the human being, drawn from an intimate engagement with the sitter.

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