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  • Annie Freeman's Fabulous Traveling Funeral | Kris Radish

    Annie Freeman's Fabulous Traveling Funeral

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 1 min)
    • By Kris Radish
    • Narrated By Linda Stevens
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    In Annie Freeman's Fabulous Traveling Funeral, Katherine Givens befriends the four other women who, through the unexpected circumstance of their recently deceased friend Annie Freeman's last will and testament, are about to share a life-affirming road trip.

    Bonnie says: "I couldn't finish"
  • The Pattern of Her Heart | Tracie Peterson,Judith Miller

    The Pattern of Her Heart

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 19 mins)
    • By Tracie Peterson, Judith Miller
    • Narrated By Linda Stevens
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    Award-winning authors Tracie Peterson and Judith Miller set this compelling novel in 1857 America. As Jasmine and her husband thank God for delivering their daughter from certain death, tragic news arrives. Yellow fever has decimated Jasmine's Mississippi family. And now the Houstons must leave their Massachusetts horse farm to face the challenges of Willows Plantation. But soon their desire to free the plantation's slaves kindles a strife that threatens both their resolve and their safety.

    Wendy says: "This is book 3"
  • Washington's Lady | Nancy Moser

    Washington's Lady

    • UNABRIDGED (14 hrs and 36 mins)
    • By Nancy Moser
    • Narrated By Linda Stevens
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    Nancy Moser, Christy Award-winning author of Mozart's Sister, distills the life of Martha Washington into a revealing first-person historical novel. As a financially secure widow who has felt death's sting six times, 26-year-old Martha determines not to remarry. And then into her life strides a heroic colonel, and she dares to love again. But soon she must envision an even greater dream than domestic bliss.

    F. Elizabeth Hauser says: "Engrossing!"
  • The Lone Texan: A Whispering Mountain Novel | Jodi Thomas

    The Lone Texan: A Whispering Mountain Novel

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 28 mins)
    • By Jodi Thomas
    • Narrated By Linda Stevens
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    The Lone Texan features Sage McMurray, a recent widow whose life is about to take another unexpected turn. One would think that the loss of a husband was plenty for anyone to deal with, but then Sage is taken hostage in a robbery and auctioned off to the highest bidder. The bidder in question, however, has more than a few surprises in store.

    Lynda says: "Ready for Your Grandma to Read you a Romance?"
  • Plum Wine | Angela Davis-Gardner

    Plum Wine

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 38 mins)
    • By Angela Davis-Gardner
    • Narrated By Linda Stevens
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    Barbara, a young American woman teaching at a Tokyo university, inherits an amazing gift: a tansu box containing bottles of plum wine wrapped in paper covered with beautiful calligraphy. There is one bottle for each of the past 20 years of her surrogate mother's life. But why were these odd memoirs left to Barbara, who cannot read Japanese? Set in 1960s Japan, Plum Wine is a powerful tale about cultural differences, romantic hardships, and the legacy of Hiroshima.

    Andy says: "Warm reading of strong book"
  • New Stories From the South: The Year’s Best, 2005 | Dennis Lehane,Moire Crone,Robert Olen Butler,Cary Holladay,Tom Franklin,Rebecca Soppe

    New Stories From the South: The Year’s Best, 2005

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 44 mins)
    • By Dennis Lehane, Moire Crone, Robert Olen Butler, and others
    • Narrated By Jessica Almasy, Caroline Clay, Michael Emerson, and others
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    Winners of the Pulitzer Prize for fiction, O. Henry Award and Edgar Awards, the 19 writers in this 2005 edition are not just considered some of the best Southern writers, but among the best American writers period. With works by such writers as Dennis Lehane, Moira Crone, Robert Olen Butler, Cary Holladay, Tom Franklin, and Rebecca Soppe, this collection provides an electrifying current of deep, dark subjects set in the brutal, but charming south.

    Misty says: "Yankee Readers?!?"
  • Double Time | Corinna Clendenen

    Double Time

    • ORIGINAL (8 hrs and 42 mins)
    • By Corinna Clendenen
    • Narrated By Carol Monda, Jay Snyder, Joan Esposito, and others
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    Could you use another life? This is the story of a woman who has the courage to reinvent herself. Heirs to the Jackson textile mill, designer Dani and her singer/songwriter twin Dylan feel free to follow the siren call of the music world - until they’re interrupted by a car accident. With Dani behind the wheel, her father ends up on a stretcher. Youthful free spirits cut short, Dani swaps her fringed jacket for a business suit, the Red Hot Chili Peppers for the Brandenburg concertos.

    Will says: "Couldn't stop listening..."
  • The Nose | Nikolai Gogol,Claud Field

    The Nose

    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 6 mins)
    • By Nikolai Gogol, Claud Field
    • Narrated By Susan Iannucci, Ben Stevens, Linda Barrans, and others
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    Gogol's phantasmagorical tale about a man whose nose decides to abscond and begin living a life of its own is one of the earliest and most celebrated examples of absurdist literature. Apart from its recondite humor, it is remarkable for Gogol's skill in characterization and his ability to paint a picture of contemporary life in Russia in a few verbal brushstrokes.

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