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Brothers and Warriors

Summary

The British have invaded Charlestown and the Revolutionary War has descended with a vengeance upon the sleepy southern frontier. Oppression, privation, and fear overwhelm the villages and homesteads of North and South Carolina. The Patriot cause seems all but lost.  James and John Hamilton are violently drawn into the war by forces seemingly beyond their control. Since their early childhood these brothers have survived rejection, hunger, death, tragedy, and loss. But will they survive the bloody onslaught and depravity of the Redcoats and their Tory allies? Can they spill the blood of their enemies and still hold on to compassion and humanity? Will they ever again know the peace of their humble cabin in the Carolina forest?  Brothers and Warriors is the tumultuous, triumphant story of brothers fighting and surviving for home, justice, love, and freedom... and for one another.

©2016 George Geoffrey Baggett (P)2019 George Geoffrey Baggett

Narrator: Bill Schafer
Length: 12 hrs and 21 mins
Available on Audible
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Mr. Weatherspoon

Summary

Mr. Weatherspoon lived alone. He didn't have many friends, and the people who lived in the town made fun of him, because he had a birthmark on his left cheek and a crack on his upper lip. After saving the mayor's daughter, he then became the town's big hero and everyone loved him.

©2003 Ralph Milione (P)2018 Ralph Milione

Narrator: Bill Schafer
Length: 6 mins
Available on Audible
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Dad Jokes: Clean, Terribly Good Dad Jokes, for All Ages

Summary

Dad's love to tell terribly good jokes! You know the ones that make you cringe, then laugh because they’re told by your dad - and you only get one dad, right? Well if you love cheesy one-liner jokes, you will love this audiobook! Great for anyone that loves bad jokes!

©2019 Frank N. Steinz (P)2020 Frank N. Steinz

Narrator: Bill Schafer
Length: 15 mins
Available on Audible
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Dad Jokes: Exceptionally Bad Dad Jokes

Summary

Dad's love to tell terribly good jokes! You know the ones that make you cringe, then laugh because they’re told by your dad - and you only get one dad, right? Well if you love cheesy one-liner jokes, you will love this audiobook! Great for anyone that loves bad jokes!

©2020 Lion and Main Press (P)2020 Lion and Main Press

Narrator: Bill Schafer
Length: 15 mins
Available on Audible
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Peter Lorre

Summary

"You know, I can get away with murder. The audience loves me.” - Peter Lorre Peter Lorre was the “master of menace”. From his first film, Fritz Lang’s M, in which he was cast as a child murderer, to his films in England with Alfred Hitchcock, to his stint at Warner Brothers where he played unsavory characters in such movies as The Maltese Falcon, All Through the Night, Casablanca, and Arsenic and Old Lace, to the amusing horror pictures he made with Vincent Price for producer Roger Corman (e.g. The Raven), the Hungarian-born actor made an indelible impression on motion picture audiences for well over 30 years. Lorre’s personal life was also filled with conflict. A half-Jewish fugitive from Hitler’s Europe, the actor was married three times, was the victim of an unscrupulous business manager, and also dealt with an off-and-on addiction to morphine. Peter Lorre, Michael B. Druxman’s one-person stage play, finds the actor in poor health near the end of his life. He contemplates his third divorce and ponders how he will provide for his young daughter, while remembering the greener years that he spent with the likes of Humphrey Bogart, John Huston, and Sydney Greenstreet. One simple set.

©2020 Michael B. Druxman (P)2020 Michael B. Druxman

Narrator: Bill Schafer
Length: 1 hr and 7 mins
Available on Audible