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by Havens, Candace; Thompson, Vicki Lewis. Narrated by Abby Craden and Mason Lloyd. 2016. Romance. MP3. 10:15 hours. R Tho.
Title
Cowboy after dark and Make mine a Marine
Author
Havens, Candace
Thompson, Vicki Lewis
Narrator
Abby Craden and Mason Lloyd
Media
MP3
Cassettes / Disks
1
Time
10:15 hours
Publication Date
2016
Genre
Romance
Subject
Cowboys--Fiction. Ranch life--Fiction. Marines--Fiction.
Abstract
Make mine a Marine: "Subject: Lieutenant Colonel Matt Ryan. Mission: Keep things professional...no matter how hard--or hot--it gets! Matt Ryan wants to settle down to a peaceful life as a helicopter instructor at the local base. When he meets free-spirited antiques dealer Chelly Richardson and finds out she's homeless, well, he has to help. But her living in his pool house means the wild-at-heart woman who is stealing his dreams each night is just a bit too close...Chelly is determined to pay back the man who helped her during one of the toughest points in her life. She will also save the straitlaced Marine from the disaster that is her by keeping her hands off his hot, hot body. But the more she tries to stay away, the more fate seems to shove them together"--Publisher
White-water rafting guide Liam Magee is a cowboy at heart--happy to return to his country roots at Thunder Mountain Ranch for his foster brother's wedding. And when Hope Caldwell shows up as a guest...well, the occasion just got more interesting. She's started looking at Liam like he's one ride she couldn't possibly resist, so why is she holding back? Hope can't keep her eyes (and her sexy thoughts) from the hotness that is Liam. She'll never let herself believe in love and happy endings--she learned that lesson the hard way--but maybe she can have a little fun while she's on vacation. After all, there's only so much trouble one cowboy can cause in a week...especially once the sun sets!"--Publisher
Call No.
R Tho
ISBN
9781504737081
Accession No.
2017041
Member Library Holdings
NVC c.1 03/17
Publisher
Ashland, Oregon : Blackstone : Harlequin Audio, 2016
Producer
Blackstone
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by Abbey, Lloyd. Narrated by Bryon Johnsen. General Fiction. Audiobook. 13:45 hours. F Abb.
Title
The last whales
Author
Abbey, Lloyd
Narrator
Bryon Johnsen
Media
Audiobook
Cassettes / Disks
11
Time
13:45 hours
Genre
General Fiction
Abstract
Driven nearly mad by mercury poisoning and weakened by parasites, a mature Blue bull whale searches for his mate and his last surviving calf. The threat from man's harpoons has been replaced with one of a more deadly nature - that brought about by man's technology and greed.
Call No.
F Abb
ISBN
0-8021-1100-9
Accession No.
1992468
Member Library Holdings
BPL c.2 9/92
Publisher
Toronto: Random House, c1989
Producer
LSB, 1992
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These fevered days : ten pivotal moments in the making of Emily Dickinson

https://audiobooks.interlinklibraries.ca/permalink/audiobook34956
by Ackmann, Martha. Narrated by Martha Ackmann. 2020. Adult Non-Fiction. MP3. 9:15 hours. 811.4 Ack.
Title
These fevered days : ten pivotal moments in the making of Emily Dickinson
Author
Ackmann, Martha
Narrator
Martha Ackmann
Media
MP3
Cassettes / Disks
1
Time
9:15 hours
Publication Date
2020
Genre
Adult Non-Fiction
Subject
Dickinson, Emily, --1830-1886. Poets, American--19th century--Biography.
Abstract
An engaging, intimate portrait of Emily Dickinson, one of America's greatest and most-mythologized poets, that sheds new light on her groundbreaking poetry. On August 3, 1845, young Emily Dickinson declared, 'All things are ready'-- and with this resolute statement, her life as a poet began. Despite spending her days almost entirely 'at home' (the occupation listed on her death certificate), Dickinson's interior world was extraordinary. She loved passionately, was ambivalent toward publication, embraced seclusion, and created 1,789 poems that she tucked into a dresser drawer. In These Fevered Days, Martha Ackmann unravels the mysteries of Dickinson's life through ten decisive episodes that distill her evolution as a poet. Ackmann follows Dickinson through her religious crisis while a student at Mount Holyoke, her startling decision to ask a famous editor for advice, her anguished letters to an unidentified 'Master,' her exhilarating frenzy of composition, and her terror in confronting possible blindness. Together, these ten days provide new insights into Dickinson's wildly original poetry and render a concise and vivid portrait of American literature's most enigmatic figure.
Call No.
811.4 Ack
ISBN
9781980093626
Accession No.
2020113
Member Library Holdings
SPL c.1 11/20
WV c.2 11/20
Publisher
Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded Books, 2020
Producer
Recorded Books
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