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  • Dirty Little Secrets | Christopher Minori

    Dirty Little Secrets

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 17 mins)
    • By Christopher Minori
    • Narrated By John A. O'Hern
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    A minister who's lost his faith begins seeing the sins of his flock etched in crimson across their foreheads. A burned-out psychiatrist is visited by a most unlikely patient. A woman finds her life reflected back at her in the form of the porcelain statuettes she collects. On a desolate farm, a man exacts revenge for the violation of his daughter. A banished demon teams up with a human detective to uncover the conspiracy that framed him for the theft of innocent souls.

  • How War Began: Texas A&M University Anthropology Series | Keith F. Otterbein

    How War Began: Texas A&M University Anthropology Series

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 51 mins)
    • By Keith F. Otterbein
    • Narrated By John A. O'Hern
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    In How War Began, author Keith F. Otterbein draws on primate behavior research, archaeological research, data gathered from the Human Relations Area Files and a career spent in research and reflection on war to argue for two separate origins. He identifies two types of military organization: one which developed two million years ago at the dawn of humankind, wherever groups of hunters met and a second which developed some 5,000 years ago, in four identifiable regions, when the first states arose and proceeded to embark upon military conquests.

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