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  • Padre Brown Relatos Completos (Unabridged)


    El conjunto de los relatos del padre Brown, escrito a lo largo de mas de veinte aos, constituye quiza la obra mas popular de Chesterton. El simpatico cura-detective que los protagoniza resuelve en ellos, armado unicamente con su paraguas, su inocencia y su sabiduria, intrincados casos gracias a un conocimiento sencillo a la par que es profundo de la naturaleza humana.

    Frente a la destruccion sistematica de la razon, propia del escepticismo, y el relativismo de la Europa de inicios del siglo XX, Chesterton crea este singular personaje – basado en su amigo el sacerdote irlandes John O`Connor y que es ya parte del imaginario de la cultura inglesa junto a otras figuras detectivescas como Sherlock Holmes o Hercules Poirot – para mostrar que solo una mirada sincera y que reconozca el misterio que la realidad encierra es capaz de salvaguardar la razon.

    Ademas de los cinco relatos ampliamente conocidos, el presente volumen incluye otros tres que no aparecieron en las ediciones originales: El caso Donnington, publicado en The Premier Magazine, La vampiresa del pueblo, aparecido en Strand Magazine y probablemente el primer relato de una nueva coleccion, y La mascara de Midas, texto en el que Chesterton estaba trabajando cuando le sobrevino su enfermedad final en 1936.

    Copyright: Alfonso Reyes (traduccion; La inocencia del padre Brown); Alfonso Nadal (La sabiduria del padre Brown); Isabel Abello de Lamarca (La incredulidad del padre Brown y El secreto del padre Brown); F. Gonzalez Taujis (El escandalo del padre Brown); Carlos Garcia Rubio (La vampiresa del pueblo); Guillermo Diaz Pintos (El caso Donnington); Jose Rafael Hernandez Arias (traduccion cedida por Valdemar; La mascara de Midas).

    Please note: This audiobook is in Spanish.

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  • Gold Of Kings (Unabridged)


    A dealer in art and antiquities, Storm Syrrell arranges her life as she does her work – into neat, orderly categories. But when her grandfather is murdered, all certainties are crushingly replaced by suspicions. She struggles to understand his death – and decipher the frayed leather journal she finds hidden in his vault. Storm soon realizes that, far from being simply a discreet art broker, Sean Syrrell was a trusted go-between in the highest ranks of business and government in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. But not all of Sean’s associates were quite so lofty. Enter Harry Bennett, a scruffy professional treasure hunter just released from a Caribbean jail, followed by Emma Webb, a US government lawyer with links to Interpol. Storm pushes her doubts aside, locks the door to her Palm Beach art gallery, and opens herself to the quest begun by her grandfather. Their trail leads them ever farther afield – London, France, Istanbul, Cyprus – and ever deeper into danger. The thrill of the search is haunted by Storm’s determination to bring Sean’s murderers to justice. Storm and Harry in turn are targeted by an unknown assassin and saved from death only by Harry’s split-second reactions. Their quest homes in on the Copper Scroll of Qumran and controversial claims made by the Jewish historian Josephus. Hidden beneath the dust and mysteries of two thousand years lies the reason behind Sean Syrrell’s murder and the find of a lifetime: a fortune in gold of great historical significance. Storm begins to grasp the potential magnitude such artifacts will have on contemporary religion and politics – especially the competing historical claims to Jerusalem. Some seek to claim the gold for the treasure it represents; others are determined to destroy it. With the tangled motives of greed and power now in focus, old allies become new enemies. Through this, something unexpected tugs at Storm. The sacred relics represent a formidable metaphor to an ancient faith; will her search include a renewal of her own faith?

    Adult Fiction.

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  • Bakers Wife (Unabridged)


    Before Audrey was the baker’s wife, she was the pastor’s wife.

    Then a scandalous lie cost her husband a pastoral career. Now the two work side-by-side running a bakery, serving coffee, and baking fresh bread. But the hurt still pulls at Audrey.

    Driving early one morning to the bakery, Audrey’s car strikes something-or someone-at a fog-shrouded intersection. She finds a motor scooter belonging to a local teacher. Blood is everywhere, but there’s no trace of a body.

    Both the scooter and the blood belong to detective Jack Mansfield’s wife, and he’s certain that Audrey is behind Julie’s disappearance.

    But the case dead-ends and the detective spirals into madness. When he takes her family and some patrons hostage at the bakery, Audrey is left with a soul-damaged ex-con and a cynical teen to solve the mystery. And she’ll never manage that unless she taps into something she would rather leave behind-her excruciating ability to feel other’s pain.

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  • Father Gilbert Mysteries Collectors Edition (Unabridged)


    When Louis Gilbert turned in his detective’s badge to become a priest, he thought his days of solving mysteries were over. But as the vicar of a small English village church, he discovers he still needs his street smarts—and spiritual intuition—to piece together one perplexing puzzle after another! Nine stories on 10 CDs, 10 hours total.

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  • Perry Mason And The Case Of The Velvet Claws (Unabridged)


    Thanks to a bungled robbery at a fancy hotel, the already-married Eva Griffin has been caught in the company of a prominent congressman. To protect the politico, Eva’s ready to pay the editor of a sleazy tabloid his hush money. But Perry Mason has other plans. He tracks down the phantom fat cat who secretly runs the blackmailing tabloid -only to discover a shocking scoop. By the time Mason’s comely client finally comes clean, her husband has taken a bullet in the heart. Now Perry Mason has two choices: represent the cunning widow in her wrangle for the dead man’s money – or take the rap for murder.

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  • Deadfall (Unabridged)


    What happens when people with no sense of values have the keys to the ultimate weapon? You may not want to know the answer.

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  • Divine (Unabridged)


    7 Hours On 6 Disc

    Additional Info
    Mary Madison is a wealthy, powerful woman of faith who is known on the political landscape of Washington, D.C., and who often testifies before various committees on behalf of abused and battered women. Her faith and her story make her respected by people of all political views and beliefs. In her younger days, Mary is victimized in a way that becomes very public. She is held hostage to unspeakable horrors, and headed for certain death when she finds a love that knows no bounds. This great love seeks her, pursues her, and eventually rescues her. It is a love that is tangible, life-changing, and divine. This great love has now become the driving force in Mary’s life. It causes her to devote her future and her fortune to helping abused women find this same love, and in the process to be redeemed.

    In this modern-day parable of Mary Magdalene, Karen Kingsbury uses gut-wrenching emotion to show how only a divine love can rescue us from the depths of depravity and victimization, and the redeeming transformation that is possible when we finally…finally embrace that love.

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