Index of Audio Reviews
Titles - A
This is list of all the audio book
reviews, with titles starting with the letter
A, located on LPR. These audio books are listed alphabetically by title.
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- 2nd Chance, by James Patterson.
In this, the second volume in James Patterson's Women's Murder Club series, the members of the club track down a vicious serial killer.
- 3rd Degree – A Novel, by James Patterson and Andrew Gross.
The third book in the Women's Murder Club series, this explosive thriller follows Detective Lindsay Boxer as she down a group of terrorists who are threatening San Francisco.
- 7th Heaven, by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro.
In this installment of the Women's Murder Club series, the women are faced with discovering the truth behind the disappearance of Michael Campion, a teenager with heart problems, as well as dealing with a terrifying spate of deadly arson attacks and murders.
- 8 Minutes in the Morning Kit, by Jorge Cruise.
Subtitled: A Simple Way to Shed Up to 2 Pounds a Week Guaranteed.
- The 9th Judgment, by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro.
With two elusive criminals on the loose, Detective Lindsay Boxer calls on the Women's Murder Club to help her stop them before they continue their spree. But before they can break either case, the Lipstick Killer changes his act and demands a ransom--not for a single victim, but for all of San Francisco.
- 10 Days to More Confident Public Speaking, by Lenny Laskowski.
Do you have trouble speaking in public? Do you have a big speech coming up and need to get over your nervousness - fast. Or do you simply want to become a better speaker? Whether you are speaking before an audience of one or of thousands, this tape will help you to become a more confident and proficient public speaker.
- $20 Per Gallon, by Christopher Steiner.
How the Inevitable Rise in the Price of Gasoline Will Change Our Lives for the Better.
- 50/50, by Dean Karnazes.
Karnazes reminiscences about his great Endurance 50 Challenge. This challenge consisted of running 50 marathons, in 50 states - in 50 days! This book also includes advice for runners and tips on improving your endurance, no matter what your sport or level of fitness.
- The 60 Greatest Old-Time Radio Shows From Science Fiction, Selected by Ray Bradbury.
This is a collection of 60 of the best science fiction radio shows that aired between 1938-1962.
- 100 Ways to Simplify Your Life, by Joyce Meyer.
One hundred faith-based ways of simplifying and improving your life by following Biblically-based principles.
- Absolute Friends, by John Le Carre.
A masterful tale in which two ex-cold war spies are hired by a mysterious billionaire to counter the propaganda dispensed by the United States concerning the war in Iraq.
- A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens.
When Charles Dickens wrote A Christmas Carol in 1843, little did he realize that this little story would become one of the best loved Christmas stories around. So step back in time and listen to this dramatic reading of Dickens' classic tale featuring Ebenezer Scrooge, Jacob Marley, Bob Cratchit, and Tiny Tim.
- Afghanistan, by Stephen Tanner.
A Military History From Alexander the Great to the Fall of the Taliban.
- After the Plague and Other Stories, by T. Coraghessan Boyle.
This, Boyle's sixth collection of short stories, contains sixteen stories, nine of which have appeared in the New Yorker and three in the O'Henry Awards and The Best American Short Story volumes. These stories touch on almost every aspect of human existence, and each is infused with Boyle's eccentric viewpoint.
- Against Medical Advice, by James Patterson and Hal Friedman.
The true-life story of Cory Friedman's decades long struggle with Tourette's Syndrome and OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) and the efforts that his parents made to ensure that he got the help he needed to succeed in life.
- Airborn, by Kenneth Oppel.
A fast paced adventure story set in an alternative Victorian-era world where dirigible-styled airships are the norm, unimaginable creatures roam the earth, and where pirates are known to make an unwanted appearance now and then.
- All But My Life, by Gerda Weissmann Klein.
This is Gerda Weissmann's memoir of the six years she spent under Nazi tyranny, during which she spent three years in Nazi forced labor camp. This story also recounts her liberation and her meeting with Kurt Klein, the young man who was to become her husband. All But My Life is a horrific and heart wrenching story, yet it is also surprising uplifting. It is a classic of Holocaust literature.
- AMERICA - A Citizen's Guide to Democracy Inaction, by Jon Stewart, Ben Karlin and David Javerbaum.
A satirical romp though the evolution of democracy in America, as told by Jon Stewart and the cast of the Daily Show.
- America At War
Ever since the horrific events of September 11th, there has been a surge of patriotic fervor, not seen in America since the dark days of World War II. Radio Spirits' new collection, America At War, will give you a chance to listen to some of the most patriotic radio broadcasts that aired on American radio during World War II.
- Andrew Carnegie, by David Nasaw.
A detailed, and readable biography of Andrew Carnegie.
- And Then There Were None, by Agatha Christie.
Ten guests are invited to Indian Island by a mysterious figure who accuses each guest of murder, a crime which each is, in their own way, guilty of. With unrelenting regularity, the guests are murdered, one by one, all by methods outlined in old children's rhyme. This is one of Christie's best mysteries!
- Angel, by James Patterson.
In the seventh book in the bestselling series, evil scientists are still trying to convince Max that she needs to save the world, this time by providing the genetic link in speeding up the pace of evolution.
- Anne Frank's Story: Her Life Retold for Children, by Carol Ann Lee.
A concise biography of Anne Frank, written especially for children. This work covers Anne's life from her birth, until her untimely death at the age of fifteen. It provides intimate details about her early life and education, the years the family spent in hiding after the Nazi's invaded Holland, and the circumstances surrounding Anne's death in the Bergen-Belsen Concentration camp.
- An Open Heart, by The Dalai Lama.
In August of 1999, The Dalai Lama gave a series of lectures in New York City. These lectures were on the nature and practice of compassion. In editing An Open Heart, Nicholas Vreeland, who is himself a Buddhist Monk, extracted the essence of the Dalai Lama's teachings and wove them into a coherent survey of the New York lectures.
- An Unfinished Life: John F. Kennedy 1917-1963, by Robert Dallek.
This is a compelling, concise biography of JFK's life, from his birth until his death.
- The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz, by Mordecai Richler.
The rise and fall of Duddy, the young rouge who struggles out of the Montreal slums to find fame and fortune - but at what price? A humorous and cautionary tale that is regarded by many as a modern classic.
- Arrogance: Rescuing America from the Media Elite, by Bernard Goldberg.
A syllabus about the perceived left-wing bias in America's media, and the steps that can be taken to ameliorate any intrinsic biases that might exist.
- The Art of Choosing, by Sheena Iyengar.
Whether mundane or life-altering, the choices we make define us and shape our lives. Sheena Iyengar asks the difficult questions about how and why we choose, and how these choices impact not only our own lives, but also the world as a whole.
- The Art of Nonfiction: A Guide for Writers and Readers, by Ayn Rand.
A remarkable series of lectures on the art of creating effective nonfiction by one of the 20th century's most profound writers and thinkers.
- The Art of Profitability, by By Adrian Slywotzky.
Step by step, Slywotzky offers the listener a wealth of lessons that help to explain how "profit happens" and how you can use the lessons learned to change your business model so as to increase the profitability of your own business.
- Auschwitz Lullaby, By James C. Wall.
This is a gripping tale about a Jewish doctor forced to work for Mengele, and the doctor's efforts to try to save the life of a young girl who miraculously survived a 'trip' to the a gas chambers.
- The Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr., edited by Clayborne Carson.
A posthumous autobiography of Dr. King compiled from original recordings and readings of personal and public documents related to King's life and work.
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