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At the Sign of the Crow and Moon: A Sorcery Asc...
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A fast-paced fantasy prequel in the world of the Sorcery Ascendant Sequence, whose gripping conclusion, A Shattered Empire, released September 13th, 2016. Ten years before A Crucible of Souls... In the bustling capital city of the Mahruse Empire, Felicienne Shyrise spends her days as a talented investigator, taking on stolen goods and missing person cases and the occasional murder the city guard are too incompetent - or too lazy - to resolve. During the nights she hones her skills playing Dominion, a board game almost as complicated as life itself. She dreams of making a name for herself and becoming the richest woman in the Empire. But when she´s roped into a murky investigation by a First Adjudicator to the immortal Emperor himself, her life is thrown into disarray. Will this be the perfect opportunity to showcase her skills and make valuable connections, or will her future now be in the hands of political powers that can never be denied? Working against her will, and afraid of the consequences of refusing the commission, she uncovers evidence that points to an attempt on the Emperor´s life. Felicienne rapidly finds herself a target and must use her considerable wits to uncover the plot of an unseen enemy who always seems to be one step ahead of the game. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Oliver Wyman. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/028288/bk_adbl_028288_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 26.08.2019
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The Trip to Panama: The story of Little Tiger a...
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Litte Tiger and Little Bear travel to Panama, the land of their dreams. Panama smells of Bananas all over. On their way they meet the fox and the crow, the hedgehog and the hare. And they find out how comfortable a soft, plushy sofa can be. A German children´s book classic, that receiveid many highly recognised awards - affectionately dramatized with a lot of room for imagination. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Oliver Niemeier. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/xjan/000002/bk_xjan_000002_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 26.08.2019
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Saddled Bearback: Bear Ranchers, Book 2 , Hörbu...
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Jamie Campbell loves the family ranch, but a recent family tragedy has hung a dark cloud over the place. The cattle still graze, but her father has been a knot of worry and his whiskey is never far away. Her cousin Oliver has a knack for business, but when it comes to managing the herd of cattle, Jamie is in over her head. Not that she´d ever admit to needing help, of course. No matter how tall or handsome that help turned out to be. Jesse Crowe thought this would just be another normal gig. Help a local ranch get back on their feet and make a little spare change on the side. It looked like a win/win situation. Of course, as soon as he laid eyes on the rancher´s daughter, his primal bear Shifter needs erupted. Oh yeah, this just turned into a win/win/win situation. Too blind to see the looming threat in their midst, could they have any chance of finding love when their lives were at risk? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Audrey Lusk. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/059261/bk_acx0_059261_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Bear Ranchers: BBW Shifter Cowboy Romance , Hör...
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The complete Bear Ranchers series here just for you! Includes the following stories and more: Riding Bearback: Get back here you stupid cow! Jess Lincoln just wasn´t cut out for this! She´s a city girl from New York, used to cafe lattes in the morning and swanky bar Manhattans at night. But here she was, running from her past and her ex-husband. So why did she run to a cattle ranch of all things? Did she think she could just throw on some pumps and walk out to milk the cows? Was there anyone out here that could help her? Wyatt Wade knew his way around a ranch. His Bear Shifter clan specialized in long distance travel of troubling species. Water buffalo, oxen, and even flocks of ostrich: if it walked on this earth, they could herd it. But this fiery little city slicker that just moved into the ranch down the way was something else. She was all thorns and tangle weeds, but his primal instinct didn´t care. She needed help, and he needed her. Saddled Bearback: Jamie Campbell loves the family ranch, but a recent family tragedy has hung a dark cloud over the place. The cattle still graze, but her father has been a knot of worry and his whiskey is never far away. Her cousin Oliver has a knack for business, but when it comes to managing the herd of cattle, Jamie is in over her head. Not that she´d ever admit to needing help, of course. No matter how tall or handsome that help turned out to be. Jesse Crowe thought this would just be another normal gig. Help a local ranch get back on their feet and make a little spare change on the side. It looked like a win/win situation. Of course, as soon as he laid eyes on the rancher´s daughter, his primal bear Shifter needs erupted. Oh yeah, this just turned into a win/win/win situation. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Audrey Lusk. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/076704/bk_acx0_076704_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 26.08.2019
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Delta Fragments: The Recollections of a Sharecr...
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The son of black sharecroppers, John Oliver Hodges attended segregated schools in Greenwood, Mississippi, in the 1950s and ´60s, worked in plantation cotton fields, and eventually left the region to earn multiple degrees and become a tenured university professor. Both poignant and thought provoking, Delta Fragments is Hodges’ autobiographical journey back to the land of his birth. Brimming with vivid memories of family life, childhood friendships, the quest for knowledge, and the often brutal injustices of the Jim Crow South, it also offers an insightful meditation on the present state of race relations in America. Hodges has structured the book as a series of brief but revealing vignettes grouped into two main sections. In part 1, ´´Learning”, he introduces us to the town of Greenwood and to his parents, sister, and myriad aunts, uncles, cousins, teachers, and schoolmates. He tells stories of growing up on a plantation, dancing in smoky juke joints, playing sandlot football and baseball, journeying to the West Coast as a 19-year-old to meet the biological father he never knew while growing up, and leaving family and friends to attend Morehouse College in Atlanta. In part 2, ´´Reflecting”, he connects his firsthand experience with broader themes: the civil rights movement, Delta blues, black folkways, gambling in Mississippi, the vital role of religion in the African American community, and the perplexing problems of poverty, crime, and an underfunded educational system that still challenge black and white citizens of the Delta.The book is published by The University of Tennessee Press. Audiobook will be published by University Press Audiobooks. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Wayne M. Lane. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/156020/bk_acx0_156020_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Wise Publications 101 Songs For Easy Guitar - B...
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DescriptionAnother addition to the bestselling series, this fantastic book includes 101 songs for easy guitar, presented with melody line, lyrics and chords.Songlist(Don´t Fear) The Reaper [Blue Oyster Cult](Sittin´ On) The Dock Of The Bay [Redding, Otis]A Design For Life [Manic Street Preachers]Alone Again Or [Love]American Girl [Petty, Tom] [Heartbreakers, The]Ashes To Ashes [Bowie, David]Babe, I´m Gonna Leave You [Led Zeppelin]Beds Are Burning [Midnight Oil]Behind Blue Eyes [Who, The]Castles Made Of Sand [Jimi Hendrix Experience, The]Changes [Black Sabbath]Cracklin´ Rosie [Diamond, Neil]Crazy [Gnarls Barkley]Cry! Cry! Cry! [Cash, Johnny]Don´t Let The Sun Go Down On Me [John, Elton]Don´t Speak [No Doubt]Dream On [Aerosmith]Enter Sandman [Metallica]Every Breath You Take [Police, The]Eye Of The Tiger [Survivor]Feel [Williams, Robbie]Free Bird [Lynyrd Skynyrd]Friday I´m In Love [Cure, The]Get It On [T Rex]Ghost Town [Specials, The]Gloria [Them]Good People [Johnson, Jack]Hallelujah [Buckley, Jeff]He Ain´t Heavy...He´s My Brother [Hollies, The]Hey Ya! [OutKast]Hit The Road Jack [Charles, Ray]How Deep Is Your Love [Bee Gees, The]I Don´t Feel Like Dancin´ [Scissor Sisters]In My Room [The Beach Boys]In The Ghetto [Presley, Elvis]Israelites [Dekker, Desmond]It´s A Long Way To The Top [AC/DC]Jeremy [Pearl Jam]Just Can´t Get Enough [Depeche Mode]Lay Down Sally [Clapton, Eric]Lean On Me [Withers, Bill]Let´s Stay Together [Green, Al]Little Red Corvette [Prince]Live And Let Die [Wings]Lola [Kinks, The]London Calling [Clash, The]Look What You´ve Done [Jet]Loser [Beck]Love Street [Doors, The]Love Will Tear Us Apart [Joy Division]Lust For Life [Pop, Iggy]Made Of Stone [Stone Roses, The]Mind Games [Lennon, John]Movin´ On Up [Primal Scream]New York, New York [Adams, Ryan]No Woman, No Cry [Bob Marley And The Wailers]Oh My God [Kaiser Chiefs]Oh Yeah (On The Radio) [Music, Roxy]Oliver´s Army [Costello, Elvis And The Attractions]Once In A Lifetime [Talking Heads]Patience [Take That]Put Your Records On [Rae, Corinne Bailey]Rockin´ The Suburbs [Folds, Ben]Run, Baby, Run [Crow, Cheryl]Sail Away [Gray, David]Slide Away [Oasis]Smells Like Teen Spirit [Nirvana]Steady As She Goes [Raconteurs, The]Sultans Of Swing [Dire Straits]Summer Of ´69 [Adams, Bryan]Tainted Love [Soft Cell]That´s Entertainment [Jam, The]The Ballad Of John And Yoko [Beatles, The]The Best Of You [Foo Fighters]The Bucket [Kings Of Leon]The Chain [Fleetwood Mac]The Circle Game [Mitchell, Joni]The First Cut Is The Deepest [Stevens, Cat]the harder they come [Cliff, Jimmy]The Power Of Love [Frankie Goes To Hollywood]The Sound Of Silence [Simon And Garfunkel]The Tide Is High [Blondie]There Is A Light That Never Goes Out [Smiths, The]There She Goes [La´s, The]Time Is On My Side [Rolling Stones, The]Time Is Running Out [Muse]To Ramona [Dylan, Bob]Tom Traubert´s Blues (Four Sheets To The Wind In Copenhagen) [Waits, Tom]Trouble [LaMontagne, Ray]Turn! Turn! Turn! [Byrds, The]Unchained Melody [Righteous Brothers, The]Walk Away Renee [Four Tops, The]Waterloo [Abba]We´ve Got Tonight [Seger, Bob]What I Am [Brickell, Edie And The New Bohemians]When You Were Young [Killers, The]White Wedding [Idol, Billy]Wonderful World [Morrison, James]Yellow [Coldplay]You Give Love A Bad Name [Bon Jovi]You Wear It Well [Stewart, Rod]

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Stand: 13.09.2019
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The Civil Rights Movement in the Early 20th Cen...
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Despite a Union victory and Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation, unthinkable in the previous century, a new form of suppression and violence descended on the African-American population.´´Reconstruction” is employed as a generic term for the period that followed the American Civil War. Suggesting a successful rejuvenation of a war-ravaged South, it lamentably gave way to a resurrection of the same white ruling class and slave-owner mentality, protecting the status quo in the legislatures and courts. With the distortion of Reconstruction’s intent came a body of racial policy and a tacitly understood social code that barred the pre-war slave class from personal freedom and opportunity, at the risk of great personal violence for anyone who objected. The arduous task of overthrowing Jim Crow codes and legislation marked one of the first strides toward the modern struggle for ethnic equality in American society and required nearly a century of struggle. That effort spawned a multitude of heroic African-American activists, but it is remembered in large part for the work of a few iconic African-American men of stature. Much like their later counterparts, Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X, the debate between gradual integration through temporary accommodation and overtly insistent activism was led by Booker T. Washington and W. E. B. Du Bois. Through the last years of the 19th century, Washington’s gentler approach of enhancing black prospects through vocational education, largely accomplished with white permission and funds, seemed the popular choice. His legacy can be sensed in King’s subsequent willingness to extend an olive branch to white Americans in a sense of unity, although Washington’s propensity for accommodation held no place in King’s ministry. Despite being so recognized, and perhaps in part because of it, by the early 20th century, Washington’s tactics were questioned by other black leaders, notably W. E 1. Language: English. Narrator: Dan Gallagher. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/135364/bk_acx0_135364_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 26.08.2019
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W. E. B. Du Bois: The Life and Legacy of Early ...
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Despite a Union victory and Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation, unthinkable in the previous century, a new form of suppression and violence descended on the African-American population. ´´Reconstruction” is employed as a generic term for the period that followed the American Civil War. Suggesting a successful rejuvenation of a war-ravaged South, it lamentably gave way to a resurrection of the same white ruling class and slave-owner mentality, protecting the status quo in the legislatures and courts. With the distortion of Reconstruction’s intent came a body of racial policy and a tacitly understood social code that barred the pre-war slave class from personal freedom and opportunity, at the risk of great personal violence for anyone who objected. The arduous task of overthrowing Jim Crow codes and legislation marked one of the first strides toward the modern struggle for ethnic equality in American society and required nearly a century of struggle. That effort spawned a multitude of heroic African-American activists, but it is remembered in large part for the work of two iconic African-American men of stature. Much like their later counterparts, Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X, the debate between gradual integration through temporary accommodation and overtly insistent activism was led by Booker T. Washington and W. E. B. Du Bois. Through the last years of the 19th century, Washington’s gentler approach of enhancing black prospects through vocational education, largely accomplished with white permission and funds, seemed the popular choice. His legacy can be sensed in King’s subsequent willingness to extend an olive branch to white Americans in a sense of unity, although Washington’s propensity for accommodation held no place in King’s ministry. Ultimately, however, the vision that oversaw the creation of the Tuskegee Institute faded in the early 20th century as black intellectualism and stiffening resolve came to th 1. Language: English. Narrator: Dan Gallagher. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/128269/bk_acx0_128269_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 26.08.2019
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