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              The Silvered Serpents
                

              The Silvered Serpents (Audio CD / Audio)

              By Chokshi, Roshani; Read by Winkel, Laurie Catherine; Ochlan, P. J.

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              Returning to the dark and glamorous world of her New York Times instant bestseller, The Gilded Wolves, Roshani Chokshi dazzles us with another riveting tale as full of mystery and danger as ever. S verin and his team members might have successfully thwarted the Fallen House, but ...victory came at a terrible cost -- one that still haunts all of them. Desperate to make amends, S verin pursues a dangerous lead to find a long lost artifact rumored to grant its possessor the power of God. Their hunt lures them far from Paris, and into icy heart of Russia where crystalline ice animals stalk forgotten mansions, broken goddesses carry deadly secrets, and a string of unsolved murders makes the crew question whether an ancient myth is a myth after all. As hidden secrets come to the light and the ghosts of the past catch up to them, the crew will discover new dimensions of themselves. But what they find out may lead them down paths they never imagined. A tale of love and betrayal as the crew risks their lives for one last job.
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              ISBN 9781250262721
              Released AU 22 Sep 2020
              Publisher Macmillan
              Interest Age Children / Young Adults
              Series Gilded Wolves, 2
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              The Gilded Wolves
                

              The Gilded Wolves (Audio CD / Audio)

              By Chokshi, Roshani; Read by Ochlan, P. J.; Winkel, Laurie Catherine

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              A Macmillan Audiobook from Wednesday Books, an imprint of St. Martin's Press.

              ISBN 9781250319425
              Released AU 15 Jan 2019
              Publisher Macmillan
              Interest Age 14+ years
              Series Gilded Wolves, 1
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              Paris Never Leaves You
                

              Paris Never Leaves You (Audio CD / Audio)

              By Feldman, Ellen; Read by Winkel, Laurie Catherine

              • RRP: $67.99
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              Masterful. Magnificent. A passionate story of survival and a real page turner. This story will stay with me for a long time. --Heather Morris, author of The Tattooist of Auschwitz and Cilka's Journey Living through WWII working in a Paris bookstore with her young daughter, Vivi, ...and fighting for her life, Charlotte is no victim, she is a survivor. But can she survive the next chapter of her life? Alternating between wartime Paris and 1950s New York publishing, Paris Never Leaves You is an extraordinary story of resilience, love, and impossible choices, exploring how survival never comes without a cost. The war is over, but the past is never past.
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              ISBN 9781250754325
              Released AU 4 Aug 2020
              Publisher Macmillan
              Interest Age General Audience
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              Copper, Iron, and Clay: A Smith's Journey
                

              Copper, Iron, and Clay: A Smith's Journey (Audio CD / Audio)

              By Dahmen, Sara; Read by Winkel, Laurie Catherine; Winkel, Laurie

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              A gorgeous, full-color illustrated love letter to our most revered cookware--copper pots, cast-iron skillets, and classic stoneware--and the artistry and workmanship behind them, written by an expert craftsperson, perhaps the only woman coppersmith in America. Today, most people ...are concerned about eating seasonal, organic, and local food. But we don't think about how the choices we make about our pots, pans, and bowls can also enhance our meals and our lives. Sara Dahmen believes understanding the origins of the cookware we use to make our food is just as essential. Copper, Iron, and Clay, is a beautiful photographic history of our cooking tools and their fundamental uses in the modern kitchen, accompanied by recipes that showcase the best features of various cooking materials. Interested in history and traditional pioneer kitchens, early cooking methods, and original metals used in pots during the early years of America, Sara became obsessed with the crafts of copper- and tin-smithing for kitchenware--specialty trades that are nearly extinct in the United States today. She embarked on a journey to locate artisans nationwide familiar with the old ways who could teach and inspire her. She began making her own cookware not only to connect with the artisanal traditions of our nation's past, but to adopt the pioneer kitchen to cook and eat healthier today. Why cook fantastic, healthful food in a cheap pan coated with toxic chemicals and inorganic elements? she asks. If you buy one high-quality item made from natural materials, it can serve your family for generations. Richly illustrated with dozens of stunning color photographs, Copper, Iron, and Clay showcases each material, exploring its fascinating history, fundamental science--including which elements work best for various cooking methods--and its practical uses today. It also features fascinating interviews with industry insiders, including cookware artisans, chefs, entrepreneurs, and manufacturers from around the
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              ISBN 9781094119694
              Released AU 28 Apr 2020
              Publisher HarperCollins
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              Copper, Iron, and Clay: A Smith's Journey
                

              Copper, Iron, and Clay: A Smith's Journey (Audio CD / Audio)

              By Dahmen, Sara; Read by Winkel, Laurie Catherine; Winkel, Laurie

              • RRP: $56.50
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              A gorgeous, full-color illustrated love letter to our most revered cookware--copper pots, cast-iron skillets, and classic stoneware--and the artistry and workmanship behind them, written by an expert craftsperson, perhaps the only woman coppersmith in America. Today, most people ...are concerned about eating seasonal, organic, and local food. But we don't think about how the choices we make about our pots, pans, and bowls can also enhance our meals and our lives. Sara Dahmen believes understanding the origins of the cookware we use to make our food is just as essential. Copper, Iron, and Clay, is a beautiful photographic history of our cooking tools and their fundamental uses in the modern kitchen, accompanied by recipes that showcase the best features of various cooking materials. Interested in history and traditional pioneer kitchens, early cooking methods, and original metals used in pots during the early years of America, Sara became obsessed with the crafts of copper- and tin-smithing for kitchenware--specialty trades that are nearly extinct in the United States today. She embarked on a journey to locate artisans nationwide familiar with the old ways who could teach and inspire her. She began making her own cookware not only to connect with the artisanal traditions of our nation's past, but to adopt the pioneer kitchen to cook and eat healthier today. Why cook fantastic, healthful food in a cheap pan coated with toxic chemicals and inorganic elements? she asks. If you buy one high-quality item made from natural materials, it can serve your family for generations. Richly illustrated with dozens of stunning color photographs, Copper, Iron, and Clay showcases each material, exploring its fascinating history, fundamental science--including which elements work best for various cooking methods--and its practical uses today. It also features fascinating interviews with industry insiders, including cookware artisans, chefs, entrepreneurs, and manufacturers from around the
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              ISBN 9781094119687
              Released AU 28 Apr 2020
              Publisher HarperCollins
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              F-Bomb: Dispatches from the War on Feminism
                

              F-Bomb: Dispatches from the War on Feminism (Audio CD / Audio, Unabridged)

              By McKeon, Lauren; Narrator Winkel, Laurie Catherine

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              Why are women leading the fight against feminism and women's rights? From pop icons to working mothers, women are abandoning feminism in unprecedented numbers. Even scarier, they are also leading the charge to send it to its grave. Across North America, women head anti-feminist P...R campaigns; they support anti-feminist politicians; they're behind more than 70 lawsuits across North America to silence the victims of campus rape; they participated in Gamergate, the violent, vitriolic anti-women-in-technology movement; and they're on the frontlines of the fight to end reproductive rights. Everywhere we turn there's evidence an anti-feminist bomb has exploded, sometimes detonated by the unlikeliest suspects. Between women who say they don't need feminism and women who can't agree on what feminism should be, the challenges of fighting for gender equality have never been greater. F-Bomb takes listeners on a witty, insightful, and deeply fascinating journey into today's anti-feminist universe. Through a series of dispatches from the frontlines of the new gender wars, investigative journalist Lauren McKeon explores generational attitudes, debates over inclusiveness, and differing views on the intersection of race, class, and gender. She asks the uncomfortable question: If women aren't connecting with feminism, what's wrong with it? And she confronts the uncomfortable truth: For gender equality to prevail, we first need to understand where feminism has gone wrong and where it can go from here. In a world where everyday sexism dominated Olympic coverage and in which 53% of white women voted for Donald Trump, F-Bomb presents urgent and necessary discussion on women's lives today.
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              ISBN 9781978624115
              Released AU 8 May 2018
              Publisher Audible Studios on Brilliance
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              Copper, Iron, and Clay: A Smith's Journey
                

              Copper, Iron, and Clay: A Smith's Journey (Audio CD / Audio, Library Edition)

              By Dahmen, Sara; Read by Winkel, Laurie Catherine; Winkel, Laurie

              • RRP: $93.50
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              A gorgeous, full-color illustrated love letter to our most revered cookware--copper pots, cast-iron skillets, and classic stoneware--and the artistry and workmanship behind them, written by an expert craftsperson, perhaps the only woman coppersmith in America. Today, most people ...are concerned about eating seasonal, organic, and local food. But we don't think about how the choices we make about our pots, pans, and bowls can also enhance our meals and our lives. Sara Dahmen believes understanding the origins of the cookware we use to make our food is just as essential. Copper, Iron, and Clay, is a beautiful photographic history of our cooking tools and their fundamental uses in the modern kitchen, accompanied by recipes that showcase the best features of various cooking materials. Interested in history and traditional pioneer kitchens, early cooking methods, and original metals used in pots during the early years of America, Sara became obsessed with the crafts of copper- and tin-smithing for kitchenware--specialty trades that are nearly extinct in the United States today. She embarked on a journey to locate artisans nationwide familiar with the old ways who could teach and inspire her. She began making her own cookware not only to connect with the artisanal traditions of our nation's past, but to adopt the pioneer kitchen to cook and eat healthier today. Why cook fantastic, healthful food in a cheap pan coated with toxic chemicals and inorganic elements? she asks. If you buy one high-quality item made from natural materials, it can serve your family for generations. Richly illustrated with dozens of stunning color photographs, Copper, Iron, and Clay showcases each material, exploring its fascinating history, fundamental science--including which elements work best for various cooking methods--and its practical uses today. It also features fascinating interviews with industry insiders, including cookware artisans, chefs, entrepreneurs, and manufacturers from around the
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              ISBN 9781094119670
              Released AU 28 Apr 2020
              Publisher HarperCollins
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              The Less People Know about Us Lib/E: A Mystery of Betrayal, Family Secrets, and Stolen Identity
                

              The Less People Know about Us Lib/E: A Mystery of Betrayal, Family Secrets, and Stolen Identity (Audio CD / Audio, Library Edition)

              By Betz-Hamilton, Axton; Read by Winkel, Laurie Catherine

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              In a powerful memoir, identity theft expert Axton Betz-Hamilton tells the shocking and unsettling story of her family, betrayal, and deceit. Axton Betz-Hamilton grew up in small-town Indiana in the early '90s. When she was 11 years old, her parents both had their identities stole...n. Their credit ratings were ruined, and they were constantly fighting over money. This was before the age of the Internet, when identity theft became more commonplace, so authorities and banks were clueless and reluctant to help Axton's parents.Axton's family switched PO Boxes, changed all of their personal information, and moved to different addresses, but the identity thief followed them wherever they went. Convinced that the thief had to be someone they knew, Axton and her parents completely cut off the outside world, isolating themselves from friends and family. Axton learned not to let anyone into the house without explicit permission, and once went as far as chasing a plumber off their property with a knife. She had panic attacks throughout her formative years and often became physically sick with anxiety and quarantined behind the closed curtains in her childhood home. She began starving herself at a young age in an effort to blend in--her clothes, hair, makeup, and weight could be nothing short of perfect or she would be scolded by her mother, who had become paranoid and consumed by how others perceived the family.Years later, her parents marriage still shaken from the theft, Axton discovered that she, too, had fallen prey to the identity thief, but by the time she realized, she was already thousands of dollars in debt and her credit was ruined. THE LESS PEOPLE KNOW ABOUT US is Axton's attempt to untangle an intricate web of lies, and to understand why and how a loved one could have inflicted such pain. Axton will present a candid, shocking, and redemptive story and reveal her courageous effort to grapple with someone close that broke the unwritten rules of love, protection, and fam
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              ISBN 9781549154607
              Released AU 15 Oct 2019
              Publisher Grand Central Publishing
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              The Less People Know about Us: A Mystery of Betrayal, Family Secrets, and Stolen Identity
                

              The Less People Know about Us: A Mystery of Betrayal, Family Secrets, and Stolen Identity (Audio CD / Audio)

              By Betz-Hamilton, Axton; Read by Winkel, Laurie Catherine

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              In a powerful memoir, identity theft expert Axton Betz-Hamilton tells the shocking and unsettling story of her family, betrayal, and deceit. Axton Betz-Hamilton grew up in small-town Indiana in the early '90s. When she was 11 years old, her parents both had their identities stole...n. Their credit ratings were ruined, and they were constantly fighting over money. This was before the age of the Internet, when identity theft became more commonplace, so authorities and banks were clueless and reluctant to help Axton's parents.Axton's family switched PO Boxes, changed all of their personal information, and moved to different addresses, but the identity thief followed them wherever they went. Convinced that the thief had to be someone they knew, Axton and her parents completely cut off the outside world, isolating themselves from friends and family. Axton learned not to let anyone into the house without explicit permission, and once went as far as chasing a plumber off their property with a knife. She had panic attacks throughout her formative years and often became physically sick with anxiety and quarantined behind the closed curtains in her childhood home. She began starving herself at a young age in an effort to blend in--her clothes, hair, makeup, and weight could be nothing short of perfect or she would be scolded by her mother, who had become paranoid and consumed by how others perceived the family.Years later, her parents marriage still shaken from the theft, Axton discovered that she, too, had fallen prey to the identity thief, but by the time she realized, she was already thousands of dollars in debt and her credit was ruined. THE LESS PEOPLE KNOW ABOUT US is Axton's attempt to untangle an intricate web of lies, and to understand why and how a loved one could have inflicted such pain. Axton will present a candid, shocking, and redemptive story and reveal her courageous effort to grapple with someone close that broke the unwritten rules of love, protection, and fam
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              ISBN 9781549154621
              Released AU 15 Oct 2019
              Publisher Grand Central Publishing
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              Accidental Shield
                

              Accidental Shield (Audio CD / Audio)

              By Snow, Nicole; Read by York, Sebastian; Winkel, Laurie Catherine

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              From Wall Street Journal best-selling heart-slayer Nicole Snow comes an intense and bantery slow-burn standalone romance. Accidentally married to a human stallion. And I can't even remember our wedding. It's awkward, okay? I didn't plan on waking up hitched to Hubby of the Centur...y. Or one little misadventure erasing every memory of us. No sweet nothings. No ugly cry vows. No flipping honeymoon. But every time I see Flint Calum, I wonder. How did I get so lucky? Let's forget all six-foot-something of his oh-so-bad superdad self. His flashing eyes and SEAL-perfected whip of a body aren't why I'm dizzy. It's the bittersweet way he smiles when I poke at my past. And something's very wrong. He tells me I'll be fine. He says he'll get this sorted. He promises to be my shield. Totally not the pretender who'd scheme up an illusion to save my life. Oh, but that's the thing about memories. Sometimes they come back with bitter truths wrapped in dilemmas. What if I can't stay mad at him? What if I need Flint to hero me back together? What happens when you fall in love with a beautiful lie? From Wall Street Journal best-selling author Nicole Snow - a marriage mistake with two fierce truths and a lie. A dark knight single dad plays for keeps to save Little Miss Forgetful from a wicked past. Full-length stand-alone romance novel with a fantabulous happily-ever-after.
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              ISBN 9781713543954
              Released AU 30 Jun 2020
              Publisher Audible Studios on Brilliance
              Interest Age General Audience
              Series A Marriage Mistake Romance
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