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    • The Beloved Son

    • A Novel
    • De : Jay Quinn
    • Lu par : David Carpenter
    • Durée : 10 h et 10 min
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    In The Beloved Son, one family must cope with life's ever-changing moments as two sons are faced with the issue of their aging parents. Karl Preston lives an ideal American life with his wife and daughter in an affluent North Carolina suburb. At his father's request, Karl travels to Florida for a weekend visit that starts a roller coaster of family drama and heartache. Not only does Karl have to deal with his gay brother Sven, who is the primary caretaker of their parents, he must also confront his mother's growing dementia.

    Prix : 23,93 €

    • Glorious

    • A Novel of the American West
    • De : Jeff Guinn
    • Lu par : David Carpenter
    • Durée : 12 h et 57 min
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    Cash McLendon has always had an instinct for self-preservation, one that was honed by an impoverished childhood and life with an alcoholic father barely scraping by on the streets of Saint Louis in 1872. He’s always had a knack for finding and capitalizing on the slightest opportunities, choosing the path of financial security over happiness or real friends. He eventually builds himself up from a Saint Louis street urchin to the son-in-law and heir apparent to industrial mogul Rupert Douglass. Though it lacks passion, his life seems securely set: a wife, a career, property, standing.

    Prix : 24,26 €

    • The Marines of Montford Point

    • America’s First Black Marines
    • De : Melton A. McLaurin
    • Lu par : Adam Lazzare White, JD Jackson, Karole Foreman, and others
    • Durée : 7 h et 53 min
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    With an executive order from President Franklin Roosevelt in 1941, the United States Marine Corps - the last all-white branch of the U.S. military - was forced to begin recruiting and enlisting African Americans. The first black recruits received basic training at the segregated Camp Montford Point, adjacent to Camp Lejeune, near Jacksonville, North Carolina.

    Prix : 13,85 €

    • I'll Do My Own Damn Killin'

    • De : Gary Sleeper
    • Lu par : David Carpenter
    • Durée : 6 h et 53 min
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    In the early days, before he founded the Horseshoe Casino in Las Vegas and became the patron saint of the World Series of Poker, cowboy Benny Binion was a horse trader, a bootlegger, and the "boss gambler" of Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas. This book traces Binion's rise to power in the Dallas underworld during World War II. By 1946, more than two dozen "casinos" operated illegally in downtown Dallas in hotel suites, and Benny Binion owned at least half of them.

    Prix : 19,14 €

    • Ranchero

    • De : Rick Gavin
    • Lu par : David Carpenter
    • Durée : 5 h et 57 min
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    Repo man Nick Reid had a seemingly simple job to do: talk to Percy Dwayne Dubois about the payments he's behind on for a flat-screen TV, or repossess it. But Percy Dwayne wouldn't give in. Nope, instead he saw fit to go all white-trash philosophical and decided that since the world was stacked against him anyway, he might as well fight it. He hit Nick over the head with a fireplace shovel, tied him up and stole the mint-condition calypso coral-colored 1969 Ranchero that Nick had borrowed from his landlady. Road trip!

    Prix : 20,80 €