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Good Junk: Cliff St. James, Book 2 , Hörbuch, D...
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Cliff St. James returns to a Post-Katrina New Orleans to take on another case in Ed Kovac's Good Junk, this wonderful action-packed follow-up to Storm Damage. While wrestling with guilt over having accidentally killed a mixed martial arts opponent in a sparring session, private detective Cliff St. James returns to New Orleans and finds himself assisting the police in an investigation of the murder of a U.S. government “black projects” engineer. St. James quickly uncovers "The Buyers Club", a murky network of seedy arms dealers and foreign intelligence agents purchasing state-of-the-art weaponry and high technology, perhaps abetted by elements of the U.S. government. As members of the Buyers Club start turning up dead, St. James fights for his life and sanity as he struggles to solve the murders and undermine a treacherous espionage conspiracy. 1. Language: English. Narrator: David Marantz. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/005344/bk_adbl_005344_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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The Singapore Wink , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 414min
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A stuntman searches for a colleague whom he thought he killed long ago. Two pirates do battle on an old junk ship in Singapore Harbor. They leap nimbly from deck to rigging, crossing swords like fencing masters. And then one surprises the other, slicing a rope and sending the unfortunate pirate tumbling into the bay. This is how stuntman Angelo Sacchetti dies. Edward Cauthorne was his opponent, a fellow stuntman whose career died along with Sacchetti. He’s selling used cars when two thugs approach him. They’re emissaries from Sacchetti’s godfather, a Mafia don. Sacchetti is alive after all - alive enough to be blackmailing the don - and they firmly request that Cauthorne find him. The search takes Cauthorne back to Singapore, to risk his own life for the sake of the man he thought he’d killed. 1. Language: English. Narrator: James Lewis. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/006180/bk_adbl_006180_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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World Soccer Mastery Books: The Little Things T...
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What do Pearl Harbor, McDonald's, Graceland and a soccer game have in common? The mind thinks between 60,000 - 80,000 thoughts a day. That's an average of 2500 - 3,300 thoughts per hour.Yet most of those thoughts happen unconsciously and dictate your behavior. People act based on their unconscious habits and you end up:biting your nails while you wait for the next epiphanyavoiding eye contact with the people next to you on the buseating junk food to reward yourself for the hard work you have doneNot all habits are bad, but a lot of them can be the reason why you are stuck in the same routine and making the same mistakes over and over again in your soccer game.Soccer is a game of habits. It´s as simple as 1+1. The right habits create players who win. And the wrong habits get punished once your opponent intercepts the careless pass you continue to make over and over again.Mastering your soccer game means stepping out of the hamster wheel you´ve been living in for years.If you want to instantly level up your game, all you need to do is follow the simple formula of strategies to improve your habits you never even notice.You will be speechless once you discover how you can improve your soccer skills while at work, while brushing your teeth, or while waiting for the bus.Mastering the most popular sport in the world requires more than using muscle strength and the right technique…a lot of people are not even aware of what part of their game they need to work on.Soccer is one of the fastest, most unpredictable and complex games in the world. Therefore, you have to make sure you always stay in control and think one step ahead of your opponent.You´ll discover:How a “happy meal“ turned into a horror meal for soccer players The magical “hawk-eye” of soccer to prevent failure How numbers rule the game Which tool 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jim Cassidy. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/158738/bk_acx0_158738_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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The Singapore Wink
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A stuntman searches for a colleague whom he thought he killed long ago. Two pirates do battle on an old junk ship in Singapore Harbor. They leap nimbly from deck to rigging, crossing swords like fencing masters. And then one surprises the other, slicing a rope and sending the unfortunate pirate tumbling into the bay. This is how stuntman Angelo Sacchetti dies. Edward Cauthorne was his opponent, a fellow stuntman whose career died along with Sacchetti. He's selling used cars when two thugs approach him. They're emissaries from Sacchetti's godfather, a Mafia don. Sacchetti is alive after all - alive enough to be blackmailing the don - and they firmly request that Cauthorne find him. The search takes Cauthorne back to Singapore, to risk his own life for the sake of the man he thought he'd killed. Review quote. 'Ross Thomas is without peer in American suspense.' - Los Angeles Times. 'What Elmore Leonard does for crime in the streets, Ross Thomas does for crime in the suites.' - The Village Voice. 'Ross Thomas is that rare phenomenon, a writer of suspense whose novels can be read with pleasure more than once.' - Eric Ambler, author of The Mask of Dimitrios. Biographical note. The winner of the inaugural Gumshoe Lifetime Achievement Award, Ross Thomas (1926-1995) was a prolific author whose political thrillers drew praise for their blend of wit and suspense. Born in Oklahoma City, Thomas grew up during the Great Depression, and served in the Philippines during World War II. After the war, he worked as a foreign correspondent, public relations official, and political strategist before publishing his first novel, 'The Cold War Swap' (1967), based on his experience working in Bonn, Germany. The novel was a hit, winning Thomas as an Edgar Award for Best First Novel and establishing the characters Mac McCorkle and Mike Padillo. Thomas followed it up with three more novels about McCorkle and Padillo, the last of which was published in 1990. He wrote nearly a book a year for twenty-five years, occasionally under the pen name Oliver Bleeck, and won the Edgar Award for Best Novel with 'Briarpatch' (1984). Thomas died of lung cancer in California in 1995, a year after publishing his final novel, 'Ah, Treachery!

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The Singapore Wink
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A stuntman searches for a colleague whom he thought he killed long ago. Two pirates do battle on an old junk ship in Singapore Harbor. They leap nimbly from deck to rigging, crossing swords like fencing masters. And then one surprises the other, slicing a rope and sending the unfortunate pirate tumbling into the bay. This is how stuntman Angelo Sacchetti dies. Edward Cauthorne was his opponent, a fellow stuntman whose career died along with Sacchetti. He's selling used cars when two thugs approach him. They're emissaries from Sacchetti's godfather, a Mafia don. Sacchetti is alive after all - alive enough to be blackmailing the don - and they firmly request that Cauthorne find him. The search takes Cauthorne back to Singapore, to risk his own life for the sake of the man he thought he'd killed. Review quote. 'Ross Thomas is without peer in American suspense.' - Los Angeles Times. 'What Elmore Leonard does for crime in the streets, Ross Thomas does for crime in the suites.' - The Village Voice. 'Ross Thomas is that rare phenomenon, a writer of suspense whose novels can be read with pleasure more than once.' - Eric Ambler, author of The Mask of Dimitrios. Biographical note. The winner of the inaugural Gumshoe Lifetime Achievement Award, Ross Thomas (1926-1995) was a prolific author whose political thrillers drew praise for their blend of wit and suspense. Born in Oklahoma City, Thomas grew up during the Great Depression, and served in the Philippines during World War II. After the war, he worked as a foreign correspondent, public relations official, and political strategist before publishing his first novel, 'The Cold War Swap' (1967), based on his experience working in Bonn, Germany. The novel was a hit, winning Thomas as an Edgar Award for Best First Novel and establishing the characters Mac McCorkle and Mike Padillo. Thomas followed it up with three more novels about McCorkle and Padillo, the last of which was published in 1990. He wrote nearly a book a year for twenty-five years, occasionally under the pen name Oliver Bleeck, and won the Edgar Award for Best Novel with 'Briarpatch' (1984). Thomas died of lung cancer in California in 1995, a year after publishing his final novel, 'Ah, Treachery!

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