Compact Disc ISBN: 1405677759
A vast starship, seemingly deserted, is spinning slowly in the void of deep space. Martha and the Doctor explore this drifting tomb and discover that they may not be alone after all. Who survived the disaster that overcame the rest of the crew? What continues to power the vessel?
Compact Disc ISBN: 1598870882
The celebrity psychic best known for her weekly appearances on the Montel show invites readers to recognize the psychic potential of all children as a God-granted blessing, urging for greater public acceptance of children with remarkable psychic abilities. By the author of Insight. Read by Jeanie Hackett. Simultaneous.
At Canaan's Edge
America in the King Years, 1965-68
Compact Disc ISBN: 0743551435
A final installment of the author's history of the civil rights movement chronicles Martin Luther King's final years, covering such topics as the 1965 Selma march for the right to vote and King's turbulent alliance with Lyndon Johnson.
A Hole in the Universe
Compact Disc ISBN: 156511857x
Recently released from prison after serving twenty-five years for a senseless high school murder, Gordon Loomis struggles to come to terms with the enormity of his crime as he refuses to leave his decaying old home and neighborhood to confront the realities of life. By the author of Songs in Ordinary Time. Read by Jason Culp. Simultaneous.
Sounds of Tantra
Mantra Meditation Techniques from Tools for Tantra
Compact Disc ISBN: 1594770034
In Sounds of Tantra, Harish Johari demonstrates the correct intonation of mantras, the words of power used when meditating on the beautiful geometric paintings of yantras. Regular chanting or listening to these mantras is considered a potent means of surmounting obstacles, attaining wealth, love, health, and freedom from fear. This two-CD set is a useful companion to Johari's book Tools for Tantra and can also be used as a background for meditation.
Who Could That Be at This Hour?
Includes Pdf of Illustrations
Compact Disc ISBN: 1619692511
In a fading town, far from anyone he knew or trusted, a young Lemony Snicket began his apprenticeship in an organization nobody knows about. He started by asking questions that shouldn't have been on his mind. Now he has written an account that should not be published, in four volumes that shouldn't be read. This is the first volume.
The Book of Murray
The Life, Teachings, and Kvetching of the Lost Prophet
Compact Disc ISBN: 1615735186
From acclaimed Jewish humorist David M. Bader, author of Haikus for Jews, the surprising, hilarious, and uplifting tale of the Old Testament’s most unlikely prophet.
The Narrative of John Smith
Compact Disc ISBN: 0712351159
Before there was the astute detective Sherlock Holmes and his capable compatriot Watson, there was the opinionated Everyman John Smith. In 1883, when he was just twenty-three, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wrote The Narrative of John Smith while he was living in Portsmouth and struggling to establish himself as both a doctor and a writer. He had already succeeded in having a number of short stories published in leading magazines of the day, such as Blackwood’s, All the Year Round, London Society, and the Boy’s Own Paper—but as was the accepted practice of literary journals of the time, his stories had been published anonymously. Thus, Conan Doyle knew that in order to truly establish his name as a writer, he would have to write a novel. That novel—the first he ever wrote and only now published for the first time—is The Narrative of John Smith. Many of the themes and stylistic tropes of his later writing, including his first Sherlock Holmes story, A Study in Scarlet—published in 1887—can be clearly seen. More a series of ruminations than a traditional novel, The Narrative of John Smith is of considerable biographical importance and provides an exceptional window into the mind of the creator of Sherlock Holmes. Through John Smith, a fifty-year-old man confined to his room by an attack of gout, Conan Doyle sets down his thoughts and opinions on a range of subjects—including literature, science, religion, war, and education—with no detectable insecurity or diffidence. His writing is full of bravado. Though unfinished, The Narrative of John Smith stands as a fascinating record of the early work of a man on his way to being one of the best-known authors in the world. This book will be welcomed with enthusiasm by the numerous Conan Doyle devotees.