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    • Effi Briest

    • By: Theodor Fontane
    • Narrated by: Margaret Espaillat
    • Length: 8 hrs and 46 mins
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    Effi Briest is a realist novel by Theodor Fontane. Published in book form in 1895, Effi Briest marks both a watershed and a climax in the poetic realism of literature. It can be thematically compared to other novels on 19th century marriage from a female perspective, such as Anna Karenina and Madame Bovary, which are also adultery tragedies.

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    • Finding Rose Rocks

    • By: Karen Ginther Graham
    • Narrated by: Margaret Espaillat
    • Length: 10 hrs and 8 mins
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    When Jennifer Ellis’ business fails, she decides to leave Oklahoma in a cloud of red dust and return to her San Diego roots. Then Troy Stanhope comes along with a solution to her company’s woes, and she falls for his velvety voice and appealing confidence. As their relationship deepens, she is called to the West Coast on a family matter and decides to stay for the summer. She meets a new man and is drawn to his irresistible charm. 

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    • Shatterproof

    • By: K. K. Weil
    • Narrated by: Margaret Espaillat
    • Length: 9 hrs and 54 mins
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    Griffin Stone knows the stats. Sons of abusers become abusers. This is his single fear. After witnessing firsthand his parents’ tumultuous marriage, Griffin worries that he, too, harbors an explosive dark side. He volunteers at Holly’s House, a safe haven for abused women. Through sculpture, Griffin gives these women pieces of themselves they’ve long forgotten. Holly’s House is the only place where Griffin finds peace and purpose. Until he meets Frankie Moore. 

    Regular price: $19.95