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from 12 September 2021 to 19 September 2021

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Books produced in the past    ( Total: 3 )

Fiction

  • Title : We can see you
    We can see you
    • Author : Kernick, Simon
    • Narrator : Richard Goulding.
    • System Number : S15965
    • Collection : Fiction
    • Audio Length : 8 hours 45 minutes
    • Genre : Suspense stories.
    • Summary :
      You have it all.
      You have it all. Success, a beautiful home, a happy family. Until, in a heartbeat, it's gone. We've kidnapped your daughter, and we know everything about you. Including the dark secrets from your past you thought were forgotten. We tell you not to contact the police - and that we'll know if you do. Because we can see you. And now you know this is no ordinary abduction. It's worse. Within hours you're on the run, with only one thought in your head: That you will stop at nothing to get your daughter back. Even murder.

  • Title : The End Of The Tether
    The End Of The Tether
    • Author : Conrad, Joseph
    • Narrator : Peter Dann. (Male)
    • System Number : S15970
    • Collection : Fiction
    • Audio Length : 5 hours 17 minutes
    • Genre : Sea stories, Adventure stories.
    • Summary :
      At an age when he should, by rights, be embarking on a well-deserved and comfortable retirement, Captain Whalley, a sailor of the old school — and even, in a small way, a pioneer of the eastern maritime trade — finds himself forced by circumstance and his own sense of honour to bind himself to a three year contract of employment as captain of a tramp steamer whose owner is the steamer's own engineer, a mean and surly gambling addict to boot.
      At an age when he should, by rights, be embarking on a well-deserved and comfortable retirement, Captain Whalley, a sailor of the old school — and even, in a small way, a pioneer of the eastern maritime trade — finds himself forced by circumstance and his own sense of honour to bind himself to a three year contract of employment as captain of a tramp steamer whose owner is the steamer's own engineer, a mean and surly gambling addict to boot. Captain Whalley is becoming increasingly unfit for the post and an ambitious young mate has seen his chance to progress. Massy, the increasingly dissatisfied owner of the SOFALA, has sabotage in mind. Even this challenging situation, however, soon proves to be the least of Captain Whalley's difficulties.

Nonfiction

  • Title : No Regrets and Other True Cases : Ann Rule's Crime Files, Book 11
    No Regrets and Other True Cases : Ann Rule's Crime Files, Book 11
    • Author : Rule, Ann
    • Narrator : Laural Merlington (Female)
    • System Number : S16002
    • Collection : Nonfiction
    • Audio Length : 5 hours 35 minutes
    • Genre : Legal Stories, Death
    • Summary :
      A ship's pilot legendary for guiding mammoth freighters through the narrows of Puget Sound, Rolf Neslund was a proud Norwegian, a ladies' man, and a beloved resident of Washington State's idyllic Lopez Island.
      A ship's pilot legendary for guiding mammoth freighters through the narrows of Puget Sound, Rolf Neslund was a proud Norwegian, a ladies' man, and a beloved resident of Washington State's idyllic Lopez Island. Virtually indestructible even into his golden years, he made electrifying headlines more than once: after a ship he was helming crashed into the soaring West Seattle Bridge, causing millions in damages; and following his inexplicable disappearance at age 80. Was he a suicide, a man broken by one costly misstep? Had he run off with a lifelong love? Or did a trail of gruesome evidence lead to the home Rolf shared with his wife, Ruth? On an island where everyone thought they knew their neighbors, the veneer of the Neslunds' marriage masked a convoluted case that took many years to solve. And, indeed, some still believe that the old sea captain will come home one day.