Category Archives for Abridged
Kaplan and his staff only had a few days to get their sea legs after their New York City craft cocktail bar Death & Co opened on New Year’s Day, 2007. A few days later, they found themselves on the … Continue reading
From Glenn Beck, #1 NYT bestselling author of "An Inconvenient Book, Arguing"" with Idiots "is the ultimate handbook to help confront political attackers.
From the winner of the 1988 Pulitzer Prize for Commentary comes a new collection of Dave Barry’s greatest hits. From coed softball to airline flights, no subject is sacred!
A new set of six enhanced CDs recorded at the Eastman School of Music specifically for use with The Study of Orchestration provides aural reinforcement of the examples in the text and workbook. In addition to state-of-the-art digital sound quality, … Continue reading
Hip radio comedy fans and theater folks who belong to the cult of Obie-winning playwright/performer Sedaris must kill to get this book. In a series of textured essays, Sedaris takes listeners along on his catastrophic detours through a nudist colony, … Continue reading
Chronicling the social upheavals of the years during which Aaron played (1954 to 1976), Bryant explains how the dignity and determination with which he stood against racism helped transform the role and significance of the professional black athlete and turn … Continue reading
Growing up in California, J. Craig Venter didn’t appear to have much of a future. An unremarkable st
Greene, author of "The 48 Laws of Power", returns with a new instruction book on the most subtle and effective form of power–because seduction isn’t really about sex–it’s about manipulating other people’s weaknesses. Abridged. 4 CDs.
Few life experiences feature the extreme emotional swings as pregnancy does – it’s a monumental mix
The man whom Oprah Winfrey calls "the nation’s leading expert on violent behavior" shows how to spot even subtle signs of danger before it’s too late. Abridged. 3 CDs.