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  • How I Learned to Drive | Paula Vogel

    How I Learned to Drive

    • ORIGINAL (1 hr and 12 mins)
    • By Paula Vogel
    • Narrated By Glenne Headly, Randall Arney, Joy Gregory, and others

    Balmy evenings in rural Maryland are fraught with danger, and seductions can happen anywhere from a river bank to the front seat of a car, where a young self-conscious girl is learning to drive. To Li'l Bit, the radio is the most important part of the car, but the pop music of the 50's can never quite drown out the harrowing images in her mind.

    EAlex says: "Engaging. Provocative. Comical"
  • The King's Pleasure | Shannon Drake

    The King's Pleasure

    • UNABRIDGED (13 hrs and 44 mins)
    • By Shannon Drake
    • Narrated By Paul Gregory
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready

    Danielle D'Aville, the ward of Edward III, was sworn to obey the King's order to marry her enemy Adrien MacLachlan, the legendary Scot who masterminded the fall of Danielle's beloved home, Aville. Suddenly she was the arrogant knight's reluctant wife, pledged to a marriage neither desired. But swept off to his castle in the Scottish highlands, and into his strong embrace, Danielle was soon possessed by a raging passion for the husband she had vowed to despise.

    Darlene says: "Found A Good One WOW!!!"
  • The Mammoth Book of Travel in Dangerous Places | John Keay

    The Mammoth Book of Travel in Dangerous Places

    • UNABRIDGED (20 hrs and 53 mins)
    • By John Keay
    • Narrated By Alex Norton, Charles Reston, Constantine Gregory, and others

    The great explorers were the celebrities of their day - the romance and danger of their daring expeditions captured the public imagination and the world's headlines to an extraordinary degree. Not all of them lived to tell the tale, of course, but those who emerged triumphant from jungle, desert, or polar wasteland were hailed as if returning from beyond the grave. Journalists vied for their stories and publishers rushed their firsthand accounts of exciting and dangerous journeys into print for a wide and voracious readership.

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