Index of Audio Reviews
Titles - F
This is list of all the audio book
reviews, with titles starting with the letter
F, located on LPR. These audio books are listed alphabetically by title.
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- Faceless Killers, by Henning Mankell.
One frozen January Morning, Inspector Wallander responds to what he expects is a routine call out. When he reaches the isolated farmhouse he discovers a bloodbath. The only clue - the perpetrators may have been foreign.
- Fallout, by James W. Huston.
A techo-thriller that pits former Top Gun instructor Luke Henry against terrorist, corrupt goverment officials, and the Russian Mafia.
- Festivus - The Holiday for the Rest of Us, by Allen Salkin.
An overview of Festivus, it origins and how it has taken on a life of its own to become a 'real' holiday. Provides details on how various people have chosen to celebrate Festivus - Aluminum Pole, Feats of Strength, and the Airing of Grievances, and all...
- Fighting Terrorism, by Benjamin Netanyahu.
How Democracies can Defeat Domestic and International Terrorism.
- Firestorm, by Marshall De Bruhl.
Allied Airpower and the Destruction of Dresden. A compelling, and unbiased account of the carpet bombing of Dresden in 1945, that explored why this campaign was so controversial, and how it affected the outcome of the war.
- The First 48, by Tim Green.
A quick paced thriller about a father's search for his missing daughter.
- First Family, by David Baldacci.
When the President's niece is kidnapped, former Secret Service agents turn Private Investigators, Sean King and Michelle Maxwell, are called upon by the First Lady to save the child, and to help capture the kidnapper.
- Flyboys, by James Bradley.
The gripping story of eight American airmen, captured by the Japanese during a bombing mission of the island of Chichi Jima.
- Follow This Path, by Curt Coffman and Gabriel Gonzalez-Molina.
In Follow the Path the authors explain the Gallup organization's philosophy and how you can use this philosophy to help people in your own organization reach their full potential.
- Force of Nature: The Life of Linus Pauling, by Thomas Hager.
The definitive biography of Linus Pauling, a man who made important contributions to the fields of chemistry, biology, physics, immunology, and medicine and who tirelessly worked to ban nuclear testing. He was also an outspoken advocate of the benefits of Vitamin C.
- The Fourth Horseman, by Robert Koenig.
The chilling history of Dr. Anton Dilger, an all-American boy who became a German spy and saboteur who, in 1915, set up a secret bio-weapons lab in Washington, D.C. in order to grow anthrax to kill as many horse and mules as he could in hopes of impeding the American war effort.
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