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7.7 hrs • Mar/28/2017 • Unabridged
In this third novel in Dusty Richards' Spur Award-winning Herschel Baker series, a rawhide-tough horse thief rides up from Mexico with a lightning-quick draw that leaves a trail of dead criminals in his wake. His son Herschel now wears a badge, but many years have passed since he left his boy to chase down sunsets.Available Formats:8.4 hrs • Mar/01/2017 • Unabridged
Dusty Richards' Westerns are visceral portraits of America's past-a time when ruthless land-grabbing reddened the plains with blood. In this 2007 Spur Award winner, cattle baron Rupart MacDavis wants to bury the ranchers of Horse Creek, Montana. With the local law in his pocket, MacDavis brutalizes the town until Herschel Baker begins showing the people how to fight back.Available Formats:14.5 hrs • Mar/01/2017 • Unabridged
A wrangler for some 40 years, Willard Wyman landed two Spur Awards for High Country as Best Novel of the West and Best First Novel. Little more than a boy, Ty Hardin is apprenticed to a legendary packer even as the Great Depression takes its toll on American families.Available Formats:7.5 hrs • Jan/17/2017 • Unabridged
John D. Nesbitt has written more than a dozen traditional Westerns, including Rancho Alegre. In Lonesome Range he carves out new territory. When Lane, an office clerk, falls in love with the wife of a powerful land developer, their affair is soon discovered. But instead of facing her husband in a showdown, Lane moves to a remote ranch, where he develops a self-sufficiency that forces him to question the nature of his love.Available Formats:8.0 hrs • Jan/04/2017 • Unabridged
The recipient of two Spur awards, Dusty Richards is celebrated by his peers and fans alike for his exceptional Westerns. In Montana Revenge, former rancher Herschel Baker has just settled into the job as sheriff of Yellowstone County when a cowboy is hung from a tree with the words “Hoss Steeler” pinned to his chest. It’s vigilante justice, plain and simple, and it’s just the sort of lawlessness that Herschel refuses to abide.Available Formats:10.7 hrs • Jun/01/2016 • Unabridged
Hailed as a master of suspense, award-winning author Peter Abrahams crafts an absorbing psychological thriller. Twenty years ago, Alvin DuPree was jailed for murdering Nell Jarreau's boyfriend-on the strength of Nell's testimony. Now, Alvin has been exonerated. Wondering whether she was delusional, Nell searches for answers by digging through her painful past-and sets foot on a path leading directly to Alvin.Available Formats:6.8 hrs • Mar/24/2016 • Unabridged
Recipient of seven Spur Awards, Elmer Kelton "just keeps getting better and better" (Tulsa World). When a ruthless cattle baron and his men destroy Doug Monahan's property, his old friend and mentor is gunned down. Pistol whipped and now flat broke, Monahan finds refuge on the sprawling homestead of Noah Wheeler and his virtuous daughter. But Monahan refuses to quit. "If there's an heir to the Louis L'Amour legacy, it's Kelton."-BooklistAvailable Formats:11.1 hrs • Sep/14/2015 • Unabridged
Oblivion is the deftly plotted tale of a man thrust into a desperate situation while beset with memory loss. Private investigator Nick Petrov achieved celebrity status after apprehending serial killer Gerald Reasoner. When a woman retains his services to track down her missing daughter, Nick senses all is not as it seems. But then he suffers a head trauma, and large gaps appear in his memory. Bizarre clues lead him to believe that he must revisit the Reasoner case to solve the mystery he has been plunged into—even as a mounting sense of dread indicates that he might not make it through this investigation in one piece. Abrahams orchestrates a deftly plotted tale that will keep listeners on the edge of their seats from start to finish.Available Formats:9.8 hrs • Aug/20/2015 • Unabridged
In this masterful debut, an award-winning writer and first-rate storyteller explores the tenuous bonds of family—fathers and sons, husbands and wives—as they are tested by the sometimes brutal power of love. In each of the stories in this remarkable collection, David James Poissant delivers a moving portrayal of a relationship in turmoil. His strikingly true-to-life characters have reached a precipice, chased there by troubles of their own making. Some stand frightened, some ready to fight. Some seek atonement, others the atonement that is owed them. But, brought to the brink, each must make a choice: leap, or look away. Lee Martin writes that Poissant forces us “to face the people we are when we’ re alone in the dark,” and, from the two men racing to save the life of a sick alligator in “Lizard Man” to the girl helping her boyfriend face his greatest fears in “The End of Aaron,” from a son grieving his father in “100% Cotton” as he stalks death on an Atlanta street corner to a brother’s surprise at the surreal, improbable beauty of a late night encounter with a wolf, Poissant’s invented worlds shine with honesty and dark complexity, but also with a profound compassion. These are stories hell-bent on hope. Fresh, smart, lively—and often wickedly funny—The Heaven of Animals is breathtakingly original and compulsively readable. As bestselling author Kevin Wilson puts it, “Poissant is a writer who knows us with such clarity that we wonder how he found his way so easily into our hearts and souls.”Available Formats:0.9 hrs • Aug/20/2015 • Unabridged
Filled with real accounts of the devastating power of hurricanes, this book takes readers into the eye of the storm—where it may be calm, clear, and sunny, but surrounding you on all sides are black clouds and rampaging winds. Here, you’ll come face-to-face with some of the greatest hurricanes in history through firsthand accounts from people who survived these destructive storms. You’ll see the frightful sights and hear the roaring sounds these witnesses experienced during their harrowing ordeals. Along the way, you’ll also learn about the science of storms, including how they are formed and what conditions help them grow into such monsters. In particular, the category-five fury of Hurricane Katrina is fully documented. This exciting book from National Geographic features the stories of men, women, and children who have felt the awe-inspiring force of 190-mile-per-hour winds and lived to tell about it. Prepare to be astonished!Available Formats:11.1 hrs • May/26/2015 • Unabridged
For years Chuck Palahniuk has reserved his best storytelling for his readings, often choosing to read a new short story instead of whatever novel he is supposed to be promoting. Make Something Up compiles these previously unpublished tails for the very first time, plus the Byliner social media insta-classic “Phoenix” and Palahniuk’s most notable pieces from Playboy.Available Formats:0.7 hrs • Nov/01/2012 • Unabridged
Jim Lobretto has been awake for twenty-four hours, he’s out of gas, and he’s craving cigarettes. He’s irritable and eager to be home, so when he’s stopped by the police, all he feels is annoyance. However, his next cigarette, the one he smokes while he’s waiting for the cop to get out of his car, will spark a traumatic accident and drag Jim into a chain of events that only promise unspeakable agony and pain.Available Formats:14.0 hrs • Sep/01/2012 • Unabridged
Thomas Kilbride is a map-obsessed schizophrenic so affected that he rarely leaves the self-imposed bastion of his bedroom. But with a computer program called Whirl360.com, he travels the world while never so much as stepping out the door. He pores over and memorizes the streets of the world. He examines every address, as well as the people who are frozen in time on his computer screen. Then he sees something that anyone else might have stumbled upon—but has not—in a street view of downtown New York City: an image in a window. An image that looks like a woman being murdered. Thomas’s brother, Ray, takes care of him, cooking for him, dealing with the outside world on his behalf, and listening to his intricate and increasingly paranoid theories. When Thomas tells Ray what he has seen, Ray humors him with a half-hearted investigation. But Ray soon realizes he and his brother have stumbled onto a deadly conspiracy. And now they are in the cross–hairs.Available Formats:6.3 hrs • Aug/02/2011 • Unabridged
Shortlisted for the Anthony, Nebula, Edgar, Shamus, and Gold Dagger Awards, bestselling author James Sallis is a master of the gritty crime drama. The Killer Is Dying tracks the fortunes of three men of vastly different ages, backgrounds, and ambitions. Though they never meet, a hired killer on his last job, a burned out detective, and a young boy plagued by nightmares have their lives intersect in compelling ways in the scorching metropolis of Phoenix, Arizona.Available Formats:10.3 hrs • Jul/06/2010 • Unabridged
The edge of civilization is closer than we think.It’s as close as a primitive farm on the margins of an upstate New York town, where the three Proctor brothers live together in a kind of crumbling stasis. They linger like creatures from an older, wilder, and far less forgiving world—until one of them dies in his sleep and the other two are suspected of murder.Told in a chorus of voices that span a generation, Kings of the Earth examines the bonds of family and blood, faith and suspicion, that link not just the brothers but their entire community.Vernon, the oldest of the Proctors, is reduced by work and illness to a shambling shadow of himself. Feeble-minded Audie lingers by his side, needy and unknowable. And Creed, the youngest of the three and the only one to have seen anything of the world (courtesy of the US Army), struggles with impulses and accusations beyond his understanding. We also meet Del Graham, a state trooper torn between his urge to understand the brothers and his desire for justice; Preston Hatch, a kindhearted and resourceful neighbor who’s spent his life protecting the three men from themselves; the brothers’ only sister, Donna, who managed to cut herself loose from the family but is then drawn back; and a host of other living, breathing characters whose voices emerge to shape this deeply intimate saga of the human condition at its limits.Available Formats:8.2 hrs • Mar/23/2010 • Unabridged
Critically acclaimed author Keith Lee Morris—who has drawn favorable comparisons to Richard Russo and Richard Ford—delivers a stunning collection of stories. In these unforgettable tales of deep humanity, the flaws and strengths of young men are explored with remarkable clarity.Available Formats:Loading more titles...
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