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  • From the Ice They Came | Eric S. Brown,N.X. Sharps

    From the Ice They Came

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 26 mins)
    • By Eric S. Brown, N.X. Sharps
    • Narrated By Todd Haskell
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    Without warning or explanation, US Army Captain Robert Gilman is escorted to a cutting-edge research base in the Antarctic tundra by the shady multinational Ward Consortium. Competent but otherwise unexceptional, it turns out that his long suppressed abilities could be the lynchpin to decrypting the enigma posed by a tablet that predates human history.

  • An Inquisitive Man | Gary Krich

    An Inquisitive Man

    • UNABRIDGED (2 hrs and 18 mins)
    • By Gary Krich
    • Narrated By Todd Haskell
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    Twenty years ago, one foggy night, David Bowler, a tailor disappeared. Twenty years later, a ringer by the name of Easter Wells appears and finds himself instantly drawn into the tale. Intrigued by the inconsistencies surrounding the reports, Wells sets out to unravel the 20-year-old mystery. But all he has at his disposal are a bunch of Londoners and their foggy memories. As conversations flow over wine, tea, and even haircuts, Easter Wells must disentangle the right thread to put to rest a 20-year-old enigma. A murder is certain.

  • One More Day: On a Mission to End Bullying | Joey Christensen

    One More Day: On a Mission to End Bullying

    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 19 mins)
    • By Joey Christensen
    • Narrated By Todd Haskell
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    In the context of bulling, we tend to focus on the don'ts. Don't point. Don't stare. Don't use hurtful words. Being the eternal optimist that he is, Joe challenges us to redirect our energy. Instead of not acting like a bully, he calls us to imitate the compassion of a friend. Subtle yet powerful, the examples Joe gives of people going out of their way to treat him like they would anyone else call all of us to action.

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