Index of Audio Reviews
Titles - H
This is list of all the audio book
reviews, with titles starting with the letter
H, located on LPR. These audio books are listed alphabetically by title.
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- Hallucinations, by Oliver Sacks.
With his usual elegance, curiosity, and compassion, Dr. Sacks weaves together stories that illuminate what hallucinations tell us about the organization and structure of our brains, and how they have influenced every culture's folklore and art.
- Hamlet, by William Shakespeare.
Hamlet's quest for vengeance destroys not only himself, but everyone around him in this tragic tale.
- Hard Call, by John McCain with Mark Salter.
Great Decisions and the Extraordinary People Who Made Them.
- Hard Revolution, by George Pelecanos.
A fast paced police thriller that intersects with the riots in Washington, D.C. after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.
- Hatred's Kingdom: How Saudi Arabia Supports the New Global Terrorism, by Dore Gold.
A compelling and timely look at the history of Wahhabism and Saudi support of radical Islamic terrorist groups.
- Have Gun, Will Travel
Starring John Dehner as Paladin, this two-volume collection contains 36 episodes from the famed radio western.
- Have Space Suit Will Travel, by Robert A. Heinlein.
In this enthralling adventure story, Kip and his fellow alien abductees, race against time to save the Earth, and its inhabitants, from a looming invasion and a fate worse than death.
- Heartbreak Hotel, by George Bernard Shaw.
One of the distinguished comic dramatist's more somber plays, this entertaining allegory examines apathy, confusion and lack of purpose as causes of major world problems, with larger-than-life characters representing the evils of the modern world.
- The Heretic's Daughter, by Kathleen Kent.
This is a chilling story about the Salem Witch Trails and the impact that it had upon the Carrier family, especially Sarah Carrier, who was asked to tell a lie that was forever to alter her life and that of every member of her family.
- Herodotus: The Histories, translated by George Rawlinson.
In this narrative, Herodotus presents his first hand-accounts of life and culture in Ancient Greece and in surrounding countries. This book also chronicles the histories of both Greece and Persian, the events leading up to the Greek - Persian War, and the war itself.
- Her Way: The Hopes and Ambitions of Hillary Rodham Clinton, by Jeff Gerth and Don Van Natta, Jr.
An unauthorized biography of Hillary Rodham Clinton, that follows her from her days at college through to her current presidential campaign.
- The Historian, by Elizabeth Kostova.
A suspenseful story of one girl's quest for the truth behind the Dracula myth and her quest to discover the fate of her predecessors, who had tried, but failed, to complete the same quest that this young woman has embarked upon.
- A History of the Arab Peoples, by Albert Hourain.
This book offers a sweeping glimpse of Arab culture and society, presented within an historical framework that spans almost thirteen centuries.
- A History of The Middle East, by Peter Mansfield.
This work provides a sweeping survey of Middle Eastern history from the time of Napoleon's invasion of Egypt, in 1798, until the start of the Gulf War in the 1990's.
- Hitch 22: A Memoir, by Christopher Hitchens.
Christopher Hitchens contains multitudes. He sees all sides of an argument. And he believes the personal is political. This is the story of his life, lived large.
- The Hitch Hiker, By Alan King.
Plus, A Perfectly Happy Life by Ted Ferguson, The Signal Man by Charles Dickens, and The Duel by Alexandre Dumas. These are four thrilling tales of supsense and horror that will have you sitting on the edge of your seat.
- Hobart, by Anita Briggs.
Is Hobart, the pig, destined to become a tap dancer, or bacon? Find out in this uplifting children's tale; where hope reigns supreme.
- Hollywood Crows, by Joseph Wambaugh.
In this sequel to Hollywood Station, Wambaugh sends two LAPD Officers: want-to-be actor Nathan Weiss and his hard-drinking friend, Bix Ramstead out onto the streets of Hollywood, where they become embroiled in the very messy divorce between a Hollywood socialite and her strip club owning husband.
- The Holocaust, by Martin Gilbert.
In this classic work of Holocaust literature, Martin Gilbert chronicles the near destruction of European Jewry at the hands of the Nazi death machine. Following a chronologically driven format, Gilbert deftly interweaves mind numbing statistics with eyewitness accounts to tell the story of what happened during the Holocaust, and how and why these events occurred.
- Honeymoon, by James Patterson and Howard Roughan.
The men in Nora Sinclair's life have a disquieting habit of turning up dead. It is up to FBI Agent John O'Hara to discover if she is just unlucky, a murderer, or something even more sinister.
- The Horse and His Boy, by C. S. Lewis.
When Shasta discovers he is not Arsheesh's son and therefore does not belong in the cruel land of Calormen, he joins forces with Bree the talking horse and flees north towards Narnia, where freedom reigns.
- Hour Game, by David Baldacci.
A serial killer is on the loose, and it falls upon two disgraced, former Secret Service agents to catch the killer - or killers.
- The House of Silk: A Sherlock Holmes Novel, by Anthony Horowitz.
The first new 'authorized' Sherlock Holmes story in over a hundred-years is full of mystery, mayhem, and enough action to satisfy all mystery fans. Most important, it captures the tenor and style of the original Sherlock Holmes stories written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
- How Right You Are, Jeeves, by P. G. Wodehouse.
Come along with Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse as he once again takes us on a whimsical journey throughout the comical upper-crust world inhabited by Bertram (Bertie) Wooster. In this case, Bertie is off to visit his Aunt Dahlia while Jeeves is on vacation, and Uncle Tom's silver cow creamer disappears...
- How to Hear From God, by Joyce Meyer.
Learn to Know His Voice and Make Right Decisions - a Christian guidebook on how to learn to listen to God's voice.
- Hypnosis for Self-Confidence and Self-Esteem, by Janet I. Decker.
An audiobook that explains what hypnotherapy is, how it is used, and the ins-and-outs of the hypnotic process.
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