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  • Sherlock Holmes and the Scarlet Thread of Murder | Luke Kuhns

    Sherlock Holmes and the Scarlet Thread of Murder

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 51 mins)
    • By Luke Kuhns
    • Narrated By Joff Manning
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    Three seemingly separate crimes, three detectives. A mysterious stalker is on the loose in London known only as the Goblin Man and his sights are set on a wealthy businessman, David Daniels. A horrific explosion rips through Whitechapel Underground Station and the prime suspect is a Jewish anarchist. And a Mrs. Clara Edwards is searching for her missing lover, Philias Jackson. What connects these three?

    JOHN says: "Not a favorite."
  • Simply Wittgenstein | James C. Klagge

    Simply Wittgenstein

    • UNABRIDGED (3 hrs and 51 mins)
    • By James C. Klagge
    • Narrated By Joff Manning
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    Born in Vienna into an extremely wealthy and highly cultured family, Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889-1951) grew up surrounded by art, music, and a disturbing amount of dysfunctional behavior. After studying mechanical engineering and developing an interest in aeronautics, he became obsessed with mathematics and logic, which led to his life's work exploring the relationship between language, philosophy, and reality.

    Adam says: "Your first stop for understanding Wittgenstein."
  • Simply Dickens | Paul Schlicke

    Simply Dickens

    • UNABRIDGED (3 hrs and 4 mins)
    • By Paul Schlicke
    • Narrated By Joff Manning
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    Largely self-taught, with little formal education, Dickens was catapulted to fame at the age of 24 with the publication of The Pickwick Papers in 1836. While some authors have depicted Dickens as a tormented soul or cruel misogynist who compromised his work by pandering to a wide audience, Simply Dickens convincingly shows him as a purposeful, supremely talented, and versatile personality whose popular appeal was central to his achievement.

    D. says: "Some Interesting Facts on Dickens"
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