Index of Audio Reviews
Titles - P
This is list of all the audio book
reviews, with titles starting with the letter
P, located on LPR. These audio books are listed alphabetically by title.
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- The Palestinians: Facts & Fables, by Rav Yaakov Weinberg.
This intriguing lecture, which explains the origins of the "Palestinian Issue" will make you take a new look at the events currently unfolding in Israel.
- The Perricone Promise, by Nicholas Perricone.
Look Younger, Live Longer in Three Easy Steps - includes a printable version of the 28-Day Perricone Program and recipes.
- The Personal History of Samuel Johnson, by Christopher Hibbert.
Although written with a general readership in mind, this history is authoritative and represents one of the best biographies of Johnson currently available.
- Plan of Attack, by Bob Woodward.
An in-depth look at the behind-the-scenes machinations that led to the American attack on Iraq, and President George W. Bush's reasons for wanting to overthrow Saddam Hussein.
- The Plot Against America - A Novel, by Philip Roth.
In this story Roth takes a look at an alternative reality in which Charles A. Lindbergh defeated Franklin Roosevelt to become president. In this alternative world, Lindbergh signs a pact with Hitler - and America is changed forever.
- Plot it Yourself, by Rex Stout.
In this engaging tale of mayhem, Nero Wolfe must battle the evils of plagiarism.
- The Postcard Killers, by James Patterson and Liza Marklund.
NYPD detective Jack Kanon is on a tour of Europe's most gorgeous cities. But the sights aren't what draw him - he sees each museum, each cathedral, and each restaurant through a killer's eyes.
- The Potter's Field, by Ellis Peters.
This is the seventeenth chronicle of Brother Cadfael, in which Cadfael must discover the circumstances surrounding the death of a young woman, whose body was found in a field once owned by one of the monks in Cadfael's abbey.
- The Preacher and the Presidents, by Nancy Gibbs and Michael Duffy.
A detailed history of Reverend Graham's connection to eleven American presidential administrations, and how he influenced every election from 1952 - 2000, and American history.
- Preachers of Hate, by Kenneth R. Timmerman.
Islam and the War on America - a study on the rise of anti-semitism in the Middle East and throughout Europe, and what it means for Americans.
- A Presumption of Death, by Jill Paton Walsh.
A new Lord Peter Wimsey and Harriet Vane Mystery that is based upon the works of Dorothy L. Sayers.
- Presumed Innocent, by Scott Turow.
When prosecuting attorney, Carolyn Polhemus, is found murdered, the finger of suspicion soon falls upon her co-worker and very married ex-boyfriend, Rusty Sabich. Leading the charge to condemn Sabich is Tommy Molto, who is willing to pull out all the stops to see to it that Sabich ends up behind bars in this fast paced legal thriller.
- Priceless Memories, by Bob Barker with Digby Diehl.
This is an honest and heartwarming account of Bob Barker's early life and his career in television that is filled with personal anecdotes, amusing stories, and behind-the-scenes glimpses into the world of television.
- Pride and Prejudice, By Jane Austen.
This is one of Austen's most beloved novels. It follows the adventures of the five Bennet daughters as they try to find rich husbands.
- Prisoners of the Mahdi, by Byron Farwell.
Farwell chronicles the rule of the Madhi, in Sudan, through the eyes of three European captives.
- Private, by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro.
Former US Marine Jack Morgan runs Private, an investigation company with branches around the globe. It is where you go when you need maximum force and maximum discretion...
- Private Games, by James Patterson and Mark Sullivan.
When a member of the Olympic planning committee is found murder, Peter Knight, of the Private investigation firm, is called in to investigate. It is obvious from the start that this is not a simple murder. Rather, it is just one element in a grand scheme that might destroy the Olympic Games as we know them...
- The Protector, by David Morrell.
Daniel Prescott has invented a new, highly addictive drug - and everyone wants it. Prescott is on the run. Cavanaugh must track him down before he can unleash his drug on the world, and before the 'bad guys' catch Prescott and take his drug for their own nefarious purposes...
- The Purim Story, by Rav Avi Geller.
This lecture will help you gain a clear understanding of the basic story of Purim, while at the same time introducing you to the story behind the story.
- The Pyramid: And Four Other Kurt Wallander Mysteries, by Henning Mankell.
Here are five stories that trace Wallanders growth into a first-rate detective, first as a rookie cop, then young father and finally a divorced middle-aged man.
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