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Hospitality and Homicide

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A visit to the serene coastal town of South Cove, California, could make anybody feel refreshed and inspired. But as Jill Gardner - owner of Coffee, Books, and More - discovers, some folks won't live to tell about it.... Mystery author Nathan Pike checked into South Cove Bed & Breakfast to compose a compelling novel, not commit murder. But things get real when a rival B & B owner ends up exactly like the victim in his draft - undeniably dead. As Nathan prepares to complete his magnum opus behind bars, Jill's the only one who can prove his innocence and deconstruct the plot of a twisted killer.

©2017 Lynn Cahoon (P)2017 Tantor

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Summary: The 5 Second Rule by Mel Robbins

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The 5 Second Rule is a guide to transforming people and directing them towards taking action, changing their behavior, and taking on the challenges of life head-on without worry. It was devised by Mel Robbins in his book The 5 Second Rule: Transform Your Life, Work, and Confidence with Everyday Courage, in which she explains the science behind the 5-second rule, how it works, and how to apply it to the important areas of life. According to Robbins, individuals only have five seconds to act on an impulse before they hesitate. In order to overrule one’s hesitation, he/she must commit to acting by the time he/she counts down 5-4-3-2-1. Robbins refers to these moments as “push moments.” These are the times when you have a thought about something such as approaching someone new or speaking up in a meeting. If individuals act rather than think, they will grow more courage and gain confidence. As individuals begin to use this starting ritual in their everyday lives, they will begin to see changes in their personal and professional lives. This starting ritual is a way to combat self-doubt and fear by making yourself physical move forwards. The book has become a best seller among other non-fiction books in the United States. It has effective and easy to implement tips that anyone can follow in order to start taking control of their lives and thus move forward with confidence towards a brighter future.

©2019 Epicread (P)2019 Epicread

Length: 1 hr and 18 mins
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Truth & Life Dramatized Audio Bible: New Testament

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A full-cast performance of the RSV-CE. Voiced by internationally renowned actors. Original music score and sound effects.

©2010 Carl Amari and Pope Benedict, XVI (P)2020 Oasis Audio

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Mystery Theater 3

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A collection of suspenseful radio dramas hosted by Christopher Lee that will take listeners through thrilling perplexities set in the era of the '40s and '50s.  Suspense, originally aired 02/06/1947  “End of the Road” with Glenn Ford A fast-talking car salesman falls for a wealthy man's wife and runs away with her...and finds out that she's not what she seems.  The Screen Guild Players, originally aired 01/25/1943  “Across the Pacific” with Humphrey Bogart, Mary Astor, and Sydney Greenstreet An army officer is court-martialed in an attempt to infiltrate a Panamanian spy ring.  Let George Do It, originally aired 10/31/1952  “There Ain’t No Justice” with Bob Bailey When the jail burns down in the town of Melody, goofy Abner accuses the chief of police of setting the fire! Then there's Walter Smith, who seems to have died in the fire...with his $200,000 missing. Rocky Jordan, originally 12/19/1948 “Up in Flames” with Jack Moyles Rocky Jordan is a banished American detective who owns a lower-class establishment in Egypt: the Cafe Tambourine. Then his cafe goes up in flames. Rocky smells a rat.... Strange Wills, originally aired 06/22/1946  “Black Interlude” with Warren William, Lurene Tuttle, William Conrad, and Marvin Miller Blair showed his hatred for his son by driving him mad after his death. The boy saves himself with a unique therapy...writing radio scripts! Dangerous Assignment, originally aired 07/26/1950 “Elusive Guerrillas” with Brian Donlevy Steve Mitchell flies to the Orient to find a guerilla leader and prevent a civil war when a barge full of supplies is attacked by the evil Dr. Mao.  Box Thirteen, originally aired 08/29/1948  “Insurance Fraud Scheme” with Alan Ladd A doctor who has been dead for almost seven years is suspected of still being alive...and with good reason! Escape, originally aired 07/21/1947  “The Diamond as Big as the Ritz” with Jack Edwards, Jr.  The fascinating story about the homelife of the richest family in the world. The Adventures of Sam Spade, Detective, originally aired 06/20/1948  “The Caper with Two Death Beds” with Howard Duff Dan Starbuck hires Spade to witness a deathbed statement by his brother, Gordon. But his brother accuses him of murder! Gang Busters, originally aired 09/10/1949  “The Case of the Red-Hot Readers” with Santos Ortega Pops and his teenaged thieves forge and cash money orders. Mystery Is My Hobby, originally aired 1947  “Dude Ranch” with Glenn Langan While staying at a dude ranch, Bart and Inspector Danton are hired to find a dangerous bank robber. The Big Story, originally aired 01/07/1948 “Manhunt in Manhattan” with Ernest Chappell and Bob Sloane The “big story” of Ted Prager of The New York Daily News.

Public Domain (P)2021 Random House Audio

Narrator: full cast
Author: Carl Amari
Length: 5 hrs and 13 mins
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Mystery Theater 1

Summary

A collection of suspenseful radio dramas hosted by Christopher Lee that will take listeners through thrilling perplexities set in the era of the '40s and '50s.  Suspense, originally aired 11/18/1948  “Sorry, Wrong Number” with Agnes Moorehead  An invalid woman battles the frustrations of the telephone system after she overhears a plot to murder someone. Boston Blackie, originally aired 06/23/1944  “The Jonathan Diamond” with Chester Morris Blackie is arrested in Chicago. He's accused of taking $10,000 from a woman's grandfather. Then he learns it's all part of the woman's plan to help her recover "The Jonathan Diamond". The Humphrey Bogart Theatre, originally aired 09/17/1949  “Dead Man” with Humphrey Bogart A drama about a young runaway who commits murder, then catches a bad case of conscience. The Whistler, originally aired 01/27/1947  “Night Melody” with Bill Forman and Joseph Kearns A man kills his wife and stuffs her body in the elevator, from which she promptly disappears.  Richard Diamond, Private Detective, originally aired 05/15/1949  “The Ralph Chase Case” with Dick Powell  Ralph Chase hires Diamond about a problem with his stepdaughter, but gangster Murray Lang takes a shot at him first.  Murder by Experts, originally aired 06/13/1949  “Summer Heat” with John Dickson Carr  A newly graduated lawyer awakes with a dead body in his bed and has a very difficult time getting rid of it.   The Crime Club, originally aired 01/24/1947  “Mr. Smith’s Hat” with Raymond Edward Johnson A man calls the police to say he's going to be murdered. Ten seconds later, the man's daughter calls to say she just found his body. I Was a Communist for the FBI, originally aired 05/27/1953  “The Innocent Club” with Dana Andrews “The Party” becomes interested in a government clerk framed for stealing secrets, and they form a committee to see that he gets justice.  Mystery Is My Hobby, originally aired 07/28/1946 [GB2]  “Snowbound” with Glenn Langan Mystery writer Barton Drake finds himself snowbound during a freak blizzard with a group of friendly strangers. They wake up in the morning to discover a suicide. But was it suicide? Mystery in the Air, originally aired 08/07/1947 “The Marvelous Barastro” with Peter Lorre The classic about the circus magician and his blind wife...and her ultimate horror.  Box Thirteen, originally aired 08/22/1948 “The First Letter” with Alan Ladd Dan Holiday's first client is Carla Williams - who has him framed for murder! The Whistler, originally aired 02/03/1947 “Seven Steps to Murder” with Bill Forman and Howard Duff What are the seven steps that could progress a cordial acquaintanceship toward murder? A drama critic and a playwright find out....

Public Domain (P)2021 Random House Audio

Narrator: full cast
Author: Carl Amari
Length: 5 hrs and 22 mins
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A Heated Premonition (Dramatized)

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Based on the famous short story "August Heat" by W.F. Harvey, this is the story of two men whose glimpses, each of the other's possible future, lead them to a strange and paralyzing standoff. Hosted by Malcolm McDowell and commissioned by Fangoria - America’s number-one source for horror - this original short story is fully dramatized to thrill and chill you!

©2012 Carl Amari (P)2012 Carl Amari. Published by AudioGO under license.

Author: Carl Amari
Length: 47 mins
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