Index of Audio Reviews
This is list of all the audio book
reviews, with titles starting with the letters
J-K located on LPR. These audio books are listed alphabetically by title.
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- The Jedburghs, by
Lt. Col. Will Irwin (Ret).
The Secret History of the Allied Special Forces, France 1944.
- The Jester, by James Patterson and Andrew Gross.
Set in 1096, this follows Hugh de Luc as he joins the First Crusade. Upon his return to France, he finds his son dead and his wife imprisoned. To save her, he disguises himself as a Jester and infiltrates the corrupt ducal court in which she is being held. Besides the audiobook version of this books, this edition also ships with an Audio E-book version of the book that can be read with the EaseReader DAISY reader.
- The Jewish View of Feminism, by Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller.
With candor, humor, and an in-depth knowledge of the subject, Mrs. Heller expounds on the Jewish view on feminism and what it means to be a Jewish woman - in this two-part audio series.
- Jews, God and History, by Max I. Dimont.
Organized chronologically, this eminently readable text covers 4,000 years of Jewish history.
- A Journal of the Plague Year, by Daniel Defoe.
The 1665 saw the third, and last, major bubonic plague epidemic to strike London. This novel offers a chilling account of that year of plague, a year in which the Black Death killed nearly 17,500 people in London.
- Judge & Jury, by James Patterson & Andrew Gross.
In this nonstop thriller, Juror #11, Andie DeGrasse and FBI Agent Nick Pellisante fight to bring the notorious Mafia Don, Dominic Cavelloa, to justice.
- Julie & Julia, by Julie Powell.
When Julie Powell decided its time to take charge of her life, and she did so by deciding to make all 524 dishes in Julia Child's cookbook, Mastering the Art of French Cooking. This is the chronicle of her year of cooking, and the impact that it had on her life.
- Juliet Dove, Queen of Love, by Bruce Coville.
When Juliet Dove puts on a magic amulet, she discovers that it makes her irresistible to boys. As events spiral out of control, Juliet discovers that she has become a character in a mythical love story and it is up to her to set things right - if she can.
- Julius Caesar, by William Shakespeare.
This gripping tragedy revolves around the assassination of Julius Caesar and the ensuing civil war.
- King Kong, by Joe DeVito and Brad Strickland.
An exciting audio production of the novelization of Merian C. Cooper's 1933 movie, King Kong, featuring a full cast of actors.
- King Lear, by William Shakespeare.
King Lear has said that he will divide his kingdom among those of his daughters who can best, obsequiously, express their love for him. What ensues is a tragic tale of avarice that finds Lear's most beloved daughter disowned and her conniving sisters as sole heirs to his kingdom.
- The Kite Runner, by Khaled Hosseini.
A poignant, fictional story about two boys growing up in the turbulent world of Kabul, Afghanistan. Covers a period from the 1970's to the present.
- A Knock at Midnight, edited by Clayborne Carson & Peter Holloran.
Original Recordings of eleven sermons delivered by the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. Each sermon is prefaced by an introduction by such personages as Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Bishop T. D. Jakes, Rev. Dr. Otis Moss, Jr., and the Rev. Billy Graham.
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