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by Bainbridge, Beryl. Narrated by Jacqueline Bishop. Historical Fiction. DAISY. 7:45 hours. H Bai.
Title
According to Queeney
Author
Bainbridge, Beryl
Narrator
Jacqueline Bishop
Media
DAISY
Cassettes / Disks
1
Time
7:45 hours
Genre
Historical Fiction
Abstract
This is the story of literary Georgian London, in particular the private life of Samuel Johnson, his unrequited love for Mrs. Thrale, his relations with David Garrick, Oliver Goldsmith, Fanney Burney, Joshua Reynolds and others--all told in uncompromising detail by Mrs. Thrale's clever young daughter, Queeney.
Call No.
H Bai
ISBN
0-7867-0773-9
Accession No.
2007203
Member Library Holdings
BPL c.3 2/07
FV c.2 2/07
NVD c.6 2/07
NW c.5 2/07
RPL C.7 05/10
SPL c.4 2/07
VPL c.1 2/07
Publisher
New York : Carroll & Graf, 2001.
Producer
PLSB 2002-03
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by Beaton, M.C. Narrated by Jacqueline Bishop. Mystery. Audiobook. 6:00 hours. M Bea.
Title
Agatha Raisin and the wizard of Evesham
Author
Beaton, M.C.
Narrator
Jacqueline Bishop
Media
Audiobook
Cassettes / Disks
5
Time
6:00 hours
Genre
Mystery
Abstract
After a home dye job ruins her hair, Agatha Raisin, the prickly yet lovable amateur sleuth, turns to her new hairdresser for help. But the charming Mr. John isn't all he appears to be. When a murderer strikes at the salon, Agatha must discover the truth and the killer's identity before it's too late.
Notes
Agatha Raisin series #8
Call No.
M Bea
ISBN
0-312-19822-1
Accession No.
2000046
Member Library Holdings
BPL c.3 4/00
NW c.4 4/00
Publisher
New York : St. Martin's Press, 1999.
Producer
LSB 2000-03
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by Dahl, Roald. Narrated by Jacqueline Bishop. Juvenile Fiction. Audiobook. 4:35 hours. JF Dah.
Title
The BFG
Author
Dahl, Roald
Narrator
Jacqueline Bishop
Media
Audiobook
Cassettes / Disks
4
Time
4:35 hours
Genre
Juvenile Fiction
Abstract
The BFG (Big Friendly Giant) kidnaps Sophie and takes her to Giantland where she meets nine other horrible giants. There she conspires with the BFG to put an end to the loathsome activities of the other giants who spent much of their time eating "human beans".
Call No.
JF Dah
ISBN
0-374-30469-6
Accession No.
1989491
Member Library Holdings
BPL c.2 12/89
Publisher
NY, Farrar, Straus, Giroux, c1982
Producer
LSB 1989
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by Cookson, Catherine. Narrated by Jacqueline Bishop. General Fiction. Audiobook. 7:35 hours. F Coo.
Title
Bill Bailey
Author
Cookson, Catherine
Narrator
Jacqueline Bishop
Media
Audiobook
Cassettes / Disks
6
Time
7:35 hours
Genre
General Fiction
Abstract
Fiona Nelson, a young widow with three children, advertises for a lodger despite her mother's objections. Bill Bailey answers her advertisement and moves into Fiona's house... and her life.
Notes
Bailey Chronicles series #1
Call No.
F Coo
ISBN
0-434-14255-7
Accession No.
1989320
Member Library Holdings
BPL c.2 6/89
Publisher
London : Heinemann, c1986.
Producer
LSB 1988
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by Cookson, Catherine. Narrated by Jacqueline Bishop. General Fiction. Audiobook. 8:40 hours. F Coo.
Title
Bill Bailey's lot
Author
Cookson, Catherine
Narrator
Jacqueline Bishop
Media
Audiobook
Cassettes / Disks
7
Time
8:40 hours
Genre
General Fiction
Abstract
Bill and Fiona are now married, with Bill working as a building contractor. He is involved in a bitter struggle to obtain the contract for a major building development. Other problems develop on the domestic front with the children.
Notes
Bailey Chronicles series #2
Call No.
F Coo
ISBN
0-593-01379-4
Accession No.
1990122
Member Library Holdings
BPL c.2 3/90
Publisher
London : Bantam, c1987.
Producer
LSB, 1989
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by Walters, Minette. Narrated by Jacqueline Bishop. Mystery. DAISY. 11:45 hours. M Wal.
Title
The breaker
Author
Walters, Minette
Narrator
Jacqueline Bishop
Media
DAISY
Cassettes / Disks
1
Time
11:45 hours
Genre
Mystery
Abstract
Kate Sumner's body is washed up on the south coast of England and her traumatized 3-year-old daughter is found wandering 20 miles away. The police suspect a young actor of murdering Kate, but as the police investigate they begin to suspect her husband, who has a gaping hole in his alibi.
Call No.
M Wal
ISBN
0-7710-8755-1
Accession No.
20061219
Member Library Holdings
BPL C.7 05/10
FV c.2 9/06
NVD c.4 9/06
NW C.8 06/10
PLI C.9 06/10
RPL c.5 9/06
SPL c.3 9/06
WV c.6 9/06
Publisher
Toronto : M&S, c1998.
Producer
LSB 1999-11; CNIB DC21126
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by La Plante, Lynda. Narrated by Jacqueline Bishop. Mystery. DAISY. 18:25 hours. M Lap.
Title
Cold blood
Author
La Plante, Lynda
Narrator
Jacqueline Bishop
Media
DAISY
Cassettes / Disks
1
Time
18:25 hours
Genre
Mystery
Abstract
Page Investigations, the limping brainchild of alcoholic ex-cop Lorraine Page, is about to go belly-up unless Lorraine and her buddies can find missing heiress Anna Lousie Caley. Caley disappeared from New Orleans 11 months ago - the trail has since been trodden by the police & every shamus with an eye for Caley's trust fund.
Call No.
M Lap
ISBN
0-333-63859-X
Accession No.
2007245
Member Library Holdings
BPL c.3 2/07
FV c.2 2/07
NVD c.6 2/07
NW C.7 05/10
PLI c.5 12/16
RPL C.8 06/10
SPL c.4 2/07
VPL c.1 2/07
Publisher
London : Macmillan, 1996.
Producer
LSB 2000-10; DC22273
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by Tannahill, Reay. Narrated by Jacqueline Bishop. General Fiction. Audiobook. 31:45 hours. F Tan.
Title
A dark and distant shore
Author
Tannahill, Reay
Narrator
Jacqueline Bishop
Media
Audiobook
Cassettes / Disks
24
Time
31:45 hours
Genre
General Fiction
Abstract
Historical fiction in which a young woman realizes her childhood goal of one day recovering the fortunes and estate of her family. In achieving her goal Vilia Cameron undergoes some dramatic changes.
Call No.
F Tan
ISBN
0-7126-0001-9
Accession No.
1989534
Member Library Holdings
BPL c.2 12/89
Publisher
London, Century Publishing, c1983
Producer
LSB 1988
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by Beaton, M. C. Narrated by Jacqueline Bishop. Mystery. Audiobook. 5:00 hours. M Bea.
Title
Death of a hussy
Author
Beaton, M. C.
Narrator
Jacqueline Bishop
Media
Audiobook
Cassettes / Disks
4
Time
5:00 hours
Genre
Mystery
Abstract
Police Constable Hamish Macbeth's return to his home precinct in Scotland is engineered by Maggie Baird, a tweedy and determined Englishwoman. Maggie makes herself glamorous and begins entertaining a stream of seedy suitors. When she is mysteriously murdered, Macbeth's search for clues uncovers a trail of passion and greed.
Notes
Hamish MacBeth series #5
Call No.
M Bea
ISBN
0-312-05071-2
Accession No.
1994069
Member Library Holdings
BPL c.2 7/94
NW c.7 6/95
Publisher
New York : St. Martin's Press, 1990.
Producer
LSB 94-3
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by Cookson, Catherine. Narrated by Jacqueline Bishop. General Fiction. Audiobook. 13:20 hours. F Coo.
Title
The dwelling place
Author
Cookson, Catherine
Narrator
Jacqueline Bishop
Media
Audiobook
Cassettes / Disks
10
Time
13:20 hours
Genre
General Fiction
Abstract
Orphaned at age fifteen, Cissie Brodie eludes the poorhouse and manages to keep her family of nine brothers and sisters together. Cissie is raped by a young nobleman and bears his illegitimate child yet maintains her independence.
Call No.
F Coo
Accession No.
1986308
Member Library Holdings
BPL c.2 10/86
Publisher
Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, c1971
Producer
LSB 1986
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Extra virgin : a young woman discovers the Italian Riviera where every month is enchanted

https://audiobooks.interlinklibraries.ca/permalink/audiobook14772
by Hawes, Annie. Narrated by Jacqueline Bishop. Adult Non-Fiction. DAISY. 14:55 hours. 945.5 Haw.
Title
Extra virgin : a young woman discovers the Italian Riviera where every month is enchanted
Author
Hawes, Annie
Narrator
Jacqueline Bishop
Media
DAISY
Cassettes / Disks
1
Time
14:55 hours
Genre
Adult Non-Fiction
Subject
Hawes, Annie--Journeys--Italy--Riviera
Italy--Description and travel.
Riviera (Italy)--Social life and customs.
Abstract
For everyone who has ever wondered what happens when you fall in love with a certain house, on a certain hill, near a certain village - Annie Hawes's joyful romance with the enchantingly beautiful Italian Riviera.
Call No.
945.5 Haw
ISBN
0-06-019850-8
Accession No.
20061173
Member Library Holdings
BPL c.3 9/06
CPL c.4 9/06
FV c.2 9/06
NVD c.6 9/06
NW c.5 9/06
SPL C.7 05/10
WV C.8 06/10
Publisher
New York : Harper Collins, 2001.
Producer
PLSB 2003-01;CNIB DC25406
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by George, Elizabeth. Narrated by Jacqueline Bishop. Mystery. DAISY. 16:25 hours. M Geo.
Title
For the sake of Elena
Author
George, Elizabeth
Narrator
Jacqueline Bishop
Media
DAISY
Cassettes / Disks
1
Time
16:25 hours
Genre
Mystery
Abstract
Set in England, this novel is about the life and death of Elena Weaver, a college student with divorced parents and a promiscuous lifestyle. When detectives start to investigate her murder, they discover the unsavoury side of academic life, full of neuroses, betrayal and dark secrets.
Notes
Inspector Lynley series
Call No.
M Geo
ISBN
0-553-08118-7
Accession No.
2007213
Member Library Holdings
BPL c.3 2/07
CPL c.5 2/07
NVD C.8 06/10
NW C.7 05/10
RPL c.6 2/07
SPL c.4 2/07
VPL c.1 2/07
Publisher
New York : Bantam Books, 1992.
Producer
LSB 97-3
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by McCaffrey, Anne. Narrated by Jacqueline Bishop. Science Fiction and Fantasy. Audiobook. 11:20 hours. SF Mcc.
Title
Freedom's landing
Author
McCaffrey, Anne
Narrator
Jacqueline Bishop
Media
Audiobook
Cassettes / Disks
9
Time
11:20 hours
Genre
Science Fiction and Fantasy
Abstract
Kristin Bjornsen is kidnapped from Earth by an alien spaceship and placed into slavery by the Catteni beings. Because of her strength and intelligence she impresses her captors. They reward her by granting her "freedom" to join other slaves and inhabit a new planet. While there, she establishes a bond with a Catteni male.
Call No.
SF Mcc
ISBN
0-399-14062-X
Accession No.
1996191
Member Library Holdings
BPL c.3 5/97
Publisher
New York : G.P.Putnam's Sons, 1995.
Producer
LSB 97-2
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by Smith, Wilbur. Narrated by Jacqueline Bishop. General Fiction. Audiobook. 18:50 hours. F Smi.
Title
The golden fox
Author
Smith, Wilbur
Narrator
Jacqueline Bishop
Media
Audiobook
Cassettes / Disks
15
Time
18:50 hours
Genre
General Fiction
Abstract
Set in London, England in the 1970s, this novel centres around the beautiful Isabella Courtney. She dazzles all with a mask of affluence and success. Yet her betrayal of two brothers, each drawn to her lair, causes years of hardship and bitter pain.
Call No.
F Smi
ISBN
0-330-31750-4
Accession No.
1994094
Member Library Holdings
PLI c.5 7/94
Publisher
London, England : Pan Books, c1990.
Producer
LSB 94-3
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by Adler, Elizabeth. Narrated by Jacqueline Bishop. General Fiction. DAISY. 22:10 hours. F Adl.
Title
Legacy of secrets
Author
Adler, Elizabeth
Narrator
Jacqueline Bishop
Media
DAISY
Cassettes / Disks
1
Time
22:10 hours
Genre
General Fiction
Abstract
The descendants of Lily Molyneux raise questions about their family history and turn to Maude, Lily's niece, for answers. Maude tells the story of Lily's life in a fascinating narrative which includes her aristocratic upbringing, the shame she brought to her family, and her new life in America.
Call No.
F Adl
ISBN
0-385-30919-8
Accession No.
2007252
Member Library Holdings
CPL C.9 06/10
FV c.2 2/07
NVD C.8 05/10
PLI c.5 02/07
RPL c.6 2/07
SPL c.4 2/07
WV C.7 05/10
Publisher
New York : Delacorte Press, 1993.
Producer
LSB 97-5; DC18050
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The library book : a history of service to British Columbia

https://audiobooks.interlinklibraries.ca/permalink/audiobook21715
by Obee, David. Narrated by Jacqueline Bishop. Adult Non-Fiction. DAISY. 19:00 hours. 027.071 Obe.
Title
The library book : a history of service to British Columbia
Author
Obee, David
Narrator
Jacqueline Bishop
Media
DAISY
Cassettes / Disks
1
Time
19:00 hours
Genre
Adult Non-Fiction
Subject
Libraries--British Columbia--History.
Abstract
A history of service in British Columbia is a comprehensive, entertaining look at some of the most important public organizations in the province. It tells of the early librarians, library supporters and library trustees and traces the development of libraries from simple bookshelves to complex internet-based collections.
Call No.
027.071 Obe
Accession No.
2012001
Member Library Holdings
FV c.2 01/12
VPL c.1 01/12
Producer
CILS 2011
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The library book : a history of service to British Columbia

https://audiobooks.interlinklibraries.ca/permalink/audiobook21716
by Obee, David. Narrated by Jacqueline Bishop. Adult Non-Fiction. MP3. 19:00 hours. 027.071 Obe.
Title
The library book : a history of service to British Columbia
Author
Obee, David
Narrator
Jacqueline Bishop
Media
MP3
Cassettes / Disks
1
Time
19:00 hours
Genre
Adult Non-Fiction
Subject
Libraries--British Columbia--History.
Abstract
A history of service in British Columbia is a comprehensive, entertaining look at some of the most important public organizations in the province. It tells of the early librarians, library supporters and library trustees and traces the development of libraries from simple bookshelves to complex internet-based collections.
Call No.
027.071 Obe
Accession No.
2012002
Member Library Holdings
BPL c.4 01/12
NVD c.2 01/12
SPL c.1 01/12
WV c.3 01/12
Producer
CILS 2011
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by Binchy, Maeve. Narrated by Jacqueline Bishop. Short Story. DAISY. 9:45 hours. SS Bin.
Title
London transports
Author
Binchy, Maeve
Narrator
Jacqueline Bishop
Media
DAISY
Cassettes / Disks
1
Time
9:45 hours
Genre
Short Story
Abstract
This collection of 22 short stories centres around people travelling the London Underground. From the couple on their way to a wife-swapping party, to the proprietor of a handbag shop, all are portrayed with perceptive humour.
Call No.
SS Bin
ISBN
0-7126-0186-4
Accession No.
2007260
Member Library Holdings
BPL c.3 2/07
CPL C.7 05/10
FV c.2 2/07
NVC c.6 2/07
NW c.5 2/07
RPL C.9 06/10
SPL c.4 2/07
VPL c.1 2/07
WV C.8 06/10
Publisher
London, England : Century Publishing, 1982, c1978.
Producer
LSB 93-2; DC11178
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by Rivett, Bess Burrows. Narrated by Jacqueline Bishop. Adult Non-Fiction. Audiobook. 3:05 hours. 971.4 Riv.
Title
Looking back
Author
Rivett, Bess Burrows
Narrator
Jacqueline Bishop
Media
Audiobook
Cassettes / Disks
3
Time
3:05 hours
Genre
Adult Non-Fiction
Subject
Montreal(Quebec)--Biography
Montreal(Quebec)--History
Rivett, Bess Burrows, 1914-
Saint--Lambert(Quebec)--Biography
Saint--Lambert(Quebec)--History
Abstract
The joys, trials and tribulations of growing up and coming of age in Quebec. A delightful look back at a childhood of comfort and wonder, plus lessons from the school of hard knocks.
Call No.
971.4 Riv
ISBN
0-969-87528-2
Accession No.
2002243
Member Library Holdings
PLI c.4 7/03
WV c.6 7/03
Publisher
Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Quebec: Shoreline, 2002
Producer
PLSB 2003-01
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by Rivett, Bess Burrows. Narrated by Jacqueline Bishop. Adult Non-Fiction. Audiobook. 3:25 hours. 971.1 Riv.
Title
Looking west
Author
Rivett, Bess Burrows
Narrator
Jacqueline Bishop
Media
Audiobook
Cassettes / Disks
3
Time
3:25 hours
Genre
Adult Non-Fiction
Subject
Quebec(Province--)--Biography
Rivett, Bess Burrows, 1914-
Vancouver (BC)--Biography
Abstract
A sequel to her first book, Looking Back. Looking West is so named because the Rivett family moves to Vancouver. Don, her husband, in a few years becomes a victim of Alzheimer's. Bess spends many years caring for Don. For Bess, diversions help, one of which is Brock House, dedicated to leisure activities for retired people in Vancouver.
Call No.
971.1 Riv
ISBN
1-896-75414-7
Accession No.
2002244
Member Library Holdings
PLI c.5 7/03
Publisher
Ste-Anne-de-Belevue, Quebec: Shoreline, 2002
Producer
PLSB 2003-01
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