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    • Chicken Soup for Entrepreneur's Soul: Advice and Inspiration for Fulfilling Dreams

    • By: Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen
    • Narrated by: Alan Robertson
    • Length: 8 hrs and 20 mins
    • Unabridged
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    Chicken Soup for the Entrepreneur's Soul is a compilation of short stories from entrepreneurs, both large and small, who share their experiences of success, failure and courage, with a little helpful advice mixed in. Many of these stories, told for the first time here, will enlighten you to new methods of entrepreneurship or simply help you believe in the possibilities of getting started.

    • 5 out of 5 stars
    • Good Stuff!

    • By Mark on 09-10-13

    Regular price: £19.39

    • unPHILtered

    • The Way I See It
    • By: Phil Robertson, Mark Schlabach
    • Narrated by: Alan Robertson, Phil Robertson
    • Length: 5 hrs and 9 mins
    • Unabridged
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    In Phil Robertson’s number-one New York Times best seller, Happy, Happy, Happy, we learned about Phil’s colorful past and the wild road to becoming the beloved patriarch of A&E’s smash hit show, Duck Dynasty. Now, he returns to share his philosophy on life, which can be summed up in five short words. Love God, love your neighbor. In this inspirational and entertaining audiobook, you will learn what makes Phil Robertson tick.

    Regular price: £15.99

    • Different Strokes

    • An Intimate Memoir for Stroke Survivors, Families, and Caregivers
    • By: Steven Boorstein
    • Narrated by: Alan Robertson
    • Length: 7 hrs and 21 mins
    • Unabridged
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    “Strokes are the third-leading cause of death in America, and for the ‘lucky’ stroke victims who don’t die, about half will spend the rest of their lives trying to recover.” Roughly 700,000 American suffer a stroke each year and around 140,000 of them are fatal. Different Strokes is an in-depth look at what surviving, or not surviving, a stroke can mean.

    Regular price: £19.39

    • The Most Dangerous Game

    • By: Gavin Lyall
    • Narrated by: Alan Robertson
    • Length: 7 hrs and 28 mins
    • Unabridged
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    Bill Cary is a bush pilot living in Lapland in northern Finland, making a precarious living flying aerial survey flights looking for nickel deposits, and occasional charter cargo flights of dubious legitimacy in his beat-up old de Havilland Beaver. Towards the end of the flying season, a wealthy American hunter hires him to fly into a prohibited part of Finland near the Soviet border in order to hunt bear. Subsequently, he is assaulted by thugs when he refuses a charter contract to search for a lost Tsarist treasure.

    • 5 out of 5 stars
    • Dated now ,but still a good flying yarn

    • By steve on 18-04-16

    Regular price: £14.99

    • A Brief History of the Future

    • A Brave and Controversial Look at the Twenty-first Century
    • By: Jacques Attali
    • Narrated by: Alan Robertson
    • Length: 9 hrs and 40 mins
    • Unabridged
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    What will planet Earth be like in 20 years? At mid-century? In the year 2100? Prescient and convincing, this book is a must-read for anyone concerned about the future. Never has the world offered more promise for the future and been more fraught with dangers. In this powerful and sometimes terrifying work, Attali analyzes the past and pinpoints nine distinct periods of human history, each with its world center of power and prestige, and predicts what the tenth will bring by the end of this century.

    Regular price: £19.39

    • The Scroll

    • By: Anne Perry
    • Narrated by: Alan Robertson
    • Length: 1 hr and 17 mins
    • Unabridged
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    Monty Danforth finds the tin buried beneath a shipment of leather-bound classics. Inside is a millennia-old vellum manuscript written in an unfamiliar but unmistakably ancient language. Danforth tries to photocopy and photograph it, but he ends up with blank images, as though the ink were made of something impervious to modern technology. As the scroll’s mystery enchants him, this hapless bookseller falls into a cutthroat conspiracy that he may never escape. Soon a dead-eyed old man and his granddaughter come calling for the scroll. Danforth refuses to sell them the manuscript, but they will not be the last to demand it.

    Regular price: £2.89

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    • The Case That Brought Down the Visa/MasterCard Bank Cartel
    • By: Lloyd Constantine
    • Narrated by: Alan Robertson
    • Length: 8 hrs and 25 mins
    • Unabridged
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    Lloyd Constantine began his career in legal services, representing impoverished clients in civil rights and constitutional cases. Decades later, he would make headlines for representing retailers and consumers against a cartel that undermined one of the fundamental tenets of commerce in America: competition. A man who thrives on competition himself, Constantine now gives us the insider's story on the biggest antitrust lawsuit in history - a case that pitted his small firm against financial-industry giants Visa and MasterCard, along with Clifford-Chance, the largest law firm in the world.

    Regular price: £19.39

    • Children of the Plains

    • Dragonlance: Barbarians, Book 1
    • By: Paul B. Thompson, Tonya C. Cook
    • Narrated by: Alan Robertson
    • Length: 12 hrs and 56 mins
    • Unabridged
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    From the mists of Krynn's earliest history came the Barbarians. A young brother and sister escape a pack of predators and strike out on their own, their lives taking parallel courses linked to the destiny of different tribes. But dark powers watch the rise of civilization with cold calculation and deadly intent.

    Regular price: £24.19

    • The Book of Kells

    • By: R. A. MacAvoy
    • Narrated by: Alan Robertson
    • Length: 14 hrs and 56 mins
    • Unabridged
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    A contemporary man, John Thornburn (a meek, non-violent and unpredictable artist) and woman, Derval (his tough, confrontational, strong and warrior-like lover) time travel to ancient Ireland to avenge a Viking attack. Packed with fascinating details of historical time and place in Irish history and delicately balanced on the border between realism and fantasy, the story centers around one of the most famous and beautiful illuminated manuscripts in history, the legendary but entirely real Book of Kells.

    Regular price: £23.49

    • Brother of the Dragon

    • Dragonlance: Barbarians, Book 2
    • By: Paul B. Thompson, Tonya C. Cook
    • Narrated by: Alan Robertson
    • Length: 12 hrs and 24 mins
    • Unabridged
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    The village of Yala-tene is flourishing. Twelve years of peace and plenty have allowed the little settlement to grow into a thriving town. But its peace is threatened - from within by an ambitious priest of the dragon cult, and from without by a savage horde of warriors, bent on conquest. Against this array of evil, Chief Amero and the bronze dragon Duranix strive to hold the fragile threads of civilization together.

    Regular price: £18.69

    • Sister of the Sword

    • Dragonlance: Barbarians, Book 3
    • By: Paul B. Thompson, Tonya C. Cook
    • Narrated by: Alan Robertson
    • Length: 10 hrs and 47 mins
    • Unabridged
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    On the battle plains of Ansalon, all barbarians must band together. Raiders, nomads, and villagers. Ogres and elves. Dragons of good and evil. These are the forces that have joined battle to decide the fate of the first primitive civilization of Krynn. At the center of this whirlwind, the long-separated siblings Amero and Nianki are reunited. But foes long gone and presumed dead also join together, seeking vengeance and destruction once and for all.

    Regular price: £24.19

    • Celebration

    • A Novel
    • By: Harvey Swados
    • Narrated by: Alan Robertson
    • Length: 12 hrs and 1 min
    • Unabridged
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    Samuel Lumen has reached the hearts of millions with his fearless advocacy for liberal causes. Now he’s almost ninety years old, and the ideas he espoused as a young man, radical at the time, are woven into the political landscape of America, even as they’ve been warped and diluted by younger generations. His ideological heirs want to honor his contributions with a banquet full of pomp and circumstance, but Lumen’s not so sure he’s ready to honor his heirs in return.

    Regular price: £19.49

    • The Men

    • By: Anthony Masters
    • Narrated by: Alan Robertson
    • Length: 8 hrs and 42 mins
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    The three men have been closely bonded ever since they made a remarkable escape from Occupied France in 1941. Martin Latimer and Peter Davis seem completely recovered from their traumatic wartime experiences. Since his return from France, however, Tim Groves has changed completely. Lucy, Tim's wife, persuades Tim to return to France with her in order to retrace the dark events that broke him. At first, her plan appears to be working. Tim goes for a walk alone, something he hasn't done for years. But when he doesn't return that night, Lucy begins to fear the worst.

    Regular price: £14.99

    • The China Threat

    • How the People's Republic Targets America
    • By: Bill Gertz
    • Narrated by: Alan Robertson
    • Length: 8 hrs and 24 mins
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    One of the most respected national reporters in the field, Gertz examines the still-looming threat of China to the United States, including espionage, military escalation, economic warfare, and diplomatic treachery.

    Regular price: £19.39

    • The Last and the First

    • By: Ivy Compton-Burnett
    • Narrated by: Alan Robertson
    • Length: 4 hrs
    • Unabridged
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    The Last and the First was Ivy Compton-Burnett's final novel. In it she deals with her familiar themes - tyranny, power, and corruption. Although the novel was unfinished at the time of her death, in 1969, it combines the brilliant wit and incisive insight into human relationships that make her one of the most original novelists in English literature.

    Regular price: £10.99

    • Crescendo

    • By: Phyllis Bentley
    • Narrated by: Alan Robertson
    • Length: 7 hrs and 45 mins
    • Unabridged
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    Peter Trahier thought it was a small matter to walk out of his office without permission in order to talk with a man who might be able to further his political career... What possible harm could his action have had? Phyllis Bentley, while painting a vivid picture of the industrial West Riding of Yorkshire, gives us a chain of events that immediately follows; a sequence of cause and effect ripples through the whole community, its impetus continually increasing, till it surges with tragic force against the young man's own doorstep.

    Regular price: £14.99

    • The Seventh Game

    • By: Roger Kahn
    • Narrated by: Alan ` Robertson
    • Length: 10 hrs and 33 mins
    • Unabridged
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    The seventh game of the World Series is about to be played, and more than the world championship is at stake. A man’s destiny is on the line. Johnny Longboat, one of baseball’s greatest pitchers, is taking the mound for the New York Mohawks in what may be his final game. With millions of eyes upon him, only he is aware of the conflicts tormenting him. At 41, Johnny is a man trying to make sense of his past while fearing what the future could bring when his playing career ends.

    Regular price: £24.19

    • Tambu

    • By: Robert Asprin
    • Narrated by: Alan Robertson
    • Length: 6 hrs and 18 mins
    • Unabridged
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    For years the mysterious figure known only as 'Tambu' has held the settled planets in his iron grip. The fleet of pirates and criminals under his command have established and maintained a reign of terror and extortion, successfully defying all efforts of the newly-formed Defense Alliance to halt or curb their activities. Now, for the first time, a reporter has been granted an interview with Tambu: The story will finally be told of Tambu's origin, his rise to power, and - most important - his philosophies and logic for running his force.

    Regular price: £14.99

    • Into My Own

    • The Remarkable People and Events That Shaped a Life
    • By: Roger Kahn
    • Narrated by: Alan Robertson
    • Length: 11 hrs and 58 mins
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    Roger Kahn is one of America's foremost sportswriters. After successful seasons as a newspaperman and magazine writer, he burst onto the national scene in 1972 with his memorable bestseller, The Boys of Summer, a work that went beyond sports and captured the minds and hearts of millions across the country. Now in his eighth decade, Kahn has again written a book for the hearts and minds of his readers.

    Regular price: £18.99

    • Good Enough to Dream

    • By: Roger Kahn
    • Narrated by: Alan Robertson
    • Length: 12 hrs and 2 mins
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    Roger Kahn's first major league hit was a grand slam: The Boys of Summer, his runaway best seller that immortalized the 1950s Brooklyn Dodgers. Now Kahn does the same for players whose moment in the sun has not yet arrived. Good Enough to Dream is the story of his year as owner of the Class A, very minor league, Utica Blue Sox. Most of the Blue Sox will never make it to the majors, but they all share the dream that links the small child in the sandlot with the bonus baby who has just smacked one out of the stadium.

    Regular price: £24.19

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