New Audio Book Releases | Muddle Earth Too: Pesticide the Flower Fairy and More

Rock then Roll The Secrets of Culture-Driven Leadership
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One of the best things about audiobooks is that there are always new ones being released and finding the right genre, author or personal interest is easy enough.

You just go to your favorite online audiobook merchant and search for what interests you, download the book and listen at your leisure.

At audible.com for example, you can find them listed as the site’s best sellers or the New York Times best sellers. You can also search by author, awards winners and new releases to obtain the newest audiobook that sparks your interest. Some of the most recently released audiobooks include the works of Max Alina, “Why Am I Alone? The Secret Key to Happiness: The Lady Bug’s Wisdom, Book 1”

The unabridged version was released March 9, 2012 and is narrated by Ken Maxon. The 58 minute work offers help for those suffering from relationship problems. This work can help those looking to make changes in their life but aren’t sure where to find the answers on how to get the right balance in their relationships. You can follow the ladybug on a journey to discover how to take responsibility for your own life and finally reach the way to happiness.

Black Diamond Michael Knight Books 3Black Diamond: Michael Knight Books, Book 3

Narrated by Wyntner Woody and written by John F. Dobbyn, this work follows Michael Knight and Lex Devlin as they defend a jockey accused of murder. The death took place at Suffolk Downs in Boston and the victim was a fellow jockey. The pair find themselves the focus of the Irish Mafia as well as remnants fragments of the Irish Republican Army and as they peel back the layers that expose the seamier side of horse racing they don’t make friends with either faction.

Their lives, as well as the lives of those closest to them, become threatened as those wanting them to leave things as they are take steps to put an end to their investigation. Action moves between Ireland and Boston as the pair work to close their case before they both end up a memory.

Development as FreedomDevelopment as Freedom

Understanding economics in the 21st century is the essence of this book by Amartya Sen, winner of the 1988 Economic Nobel Prize. Narrated by Byron Wagner, this work is about both those who have money and those who do not. Sen claims that freedom is the best way of economic sustainability throughout the world without authority of any political, religious or historical tradition.

Freedoms being denied to the many members of different populations are caused by the increased spending by a few but. According the Sen, sustaining the global economy can have a positive influence on the people’s freedom and return accountability for social injustices.

Muddle Earth Too Pesticide the Flower FairyMuddle Earth Too: Pesticide the Flower Fairy

Clive Mantle narrates this book by Chris Riddell and Paul Stewart. Lost in the world of Muddle Earth, this is the story of Joe, trying to find the portal through which he fell, trying desperately to return home. While he met some interesting friends on his journey, including Pesticide the Flower Fairy, he knows his parents will start worrying about him, and his sister who accompanied him on the trip, if he can’t get home in time for lunch.

Rock then Roll The Secrets of Culture-Driven LeadershipRock then Roll: The Secrets of Culture-Driven Leadership

According to author Arkadi Kuhlmann business has changed and is no longer led from the top. Technology and recreation has merged seamlessly with business and life. This CEO narrates the book, along with Maritza Caro-O’Donnell and reveals the need to embrace cultural-driven leadership to be able to rock your business model. Failing to do so can end up having your business rolled over. There is the need to build and then maintain the right culture within each business and knowing the right decisions are needed to prevent many positives from moving in the wrong direction in a heartbeat.

The Time Traveller’s Guide to Elizabethan EnglandThe Time Traveller’s Guide to Elizabethan England

Ian Mortimer takes you back to 1590’s London where you can learn how life was during the Elizabethan era. The food, the lodgings, clothing and the need to adapt to life in this time period are all revealed in this work narrated by Mike Grady. As he ponders the days, he also looks at the diseases, violence and famine that detracted from life in England to answer questions about life in Elizabethan England.

Fade Out The Morganville Vampires Series, Book 7Fade Out: The Morganville Vampires Series, Book 7

Katherine Fenton narrates this work by Rachel Caine who explores the world of vampires as they work on their relationship with humans. They made concessions after the evil ruling bishop over Morganville has left and are beginning to move forward in their lives. Claire has gone on with her studies with Eve, but when one of their classmates can’t be found, they both believe that their newest film works is far more dangerous that they initially believed.

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