The Wolves at the Door by Judith L. Pearson

The Wolves at the Door: The True Story of America’s Greatest Female Spy by Judith L. Pearson
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 310 MB
Overview: The remarkable story of one of WWII’s greatest spies.

Virginia Hall left her comfortable Baltimore roots in 1931 to follow a dream of becoming a Foreign Service Officer.

After watching Hitler roll over Poland and France, she enlisted to work for the British Special Operations Executive (SOE), a secret espionage and sabotage organization. She was soon deployed to occupied France where, if captured, imprisonment and torture at the hands of the Gestapo was all but assured. Against such an ominous backdrop, Hall managed to locate drop zones for money and weapons, helped escaped POWs and downed Allied airmen flee to England, and secured safe houses for agents. And she did it all on one leg: Virginia Hall had lost her left leg before the war in a hunting accident.

Soon, wanted posters appeared throughout France, offering a reward for her capture. By winter of 1942, Hall had to flee France via the only route possible: A hike on foot through the frozen Pyrnes Mountains into neutral Spain. Upon her return to England, the American espionage organization, the Office of Special Services, recruited her and sent her back to France disguised as an old peasant woman. While there, she was responsible for killing 150 German soldiers and capturing 500 others. Sabotaging communications and transportation links and directing resistance activities, her work helped change the course of the war. This is the true story of Virginia Hall.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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The Woman Next Door by Sue Watson

Dean Koontz – The Forbidden Door

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Immortal Hulk Vol.2 – The Green Door

Immortal Hulk Vol.2 – The Green Door
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The Door within the Alley by means of Adrienne Kress

The Door within the Alley by means of Adrienne Kress (The Explorers #1)
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 164.6 mb, 6 hrs and 17 minutes
Overview: This is a type of tales that get started with a pig in a teeny hat. It’s now not the only you might be serious about. (This tale is much higher than that one.) This pig-in-a-teeny-hat tale begins when an overly uninquisitive boy stumbles upon an overly mysterious society. After that, there may be threat and journey; there are lacking individuals, employed thugs, a hidden field, a misplaced map, and well-known explorers; and there’s a lady on the lookout for lend a hand that handiest uninquisitive boys can be offering.
Genre: Audiobooks > Fiction > Children’s > Adventure

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The Black Door: Spies Secret Intelligence and British Prime Ministers [Audiobook]

The Black Door: Spies Secret Intelligence and British Prime Ministers [Audiobook]

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The Black Door via Richard Aldrich, Rory Cormac

The Black Door: Spies, Secret Intelligence and British Prime Ministers via Richard Aldrich, Rory Cormac
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 692 MB
Overview: The Black Door explores the evolving courting between successive British Prime Ministers and the intelligence businesses, from Asquith’s Secret Service Bureau to Cameron’s National Security Council.
At the start of the 20th century, the British intelligence gadget was once underfunded and lacked affect in govt. But as the brand new millennium dawned, intelligence had turn out to be so integral to coverage that it was once used to make the case for conflict.
Now, covert motion is integrated seamlessly into govt coverage, and the Prime Minister is saved repeatedly up to date via intelligence businesses. But how did intelligence come to persuade our govt so utterly?
The Black Door explores the murkier corridors of 10 Downing Street, chronicling the relationships between intelligence businesses and the Prime Ministers of the ultimate century. From Churchill’s code breakers feeding data to the Soviets to Eden’s makes an attempt to assassinate overseas leaders, from Wilson’s paranoia of an MI5-led coup d’état to Thatcher’s covert wars in Central America, Aldrich and Cormac entertain and enlighten as they give an explanation for how our govt got here to depend on intelligence to the level that it does nowadays.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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The Black Door via Richard Aldrich, Rory Cormac

The Black Door: Spies, Secret Intelligence and British Prime Ministers via Richard Aldrich, Rory Cormac
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 692 MB
Overview: The Black Door explores the evolving dating between successive British Prime Ministers and the intelligence companies, from Asquith’s Secret Service Bureau to Cameron’s National Security Council.
At the start of the 20th century, the British intelligence gadget used to be underfunded and lacked affect in govt. But as the brand new millennium dawned, intelligence had grow to be so integral to coverage that it used to be used to make the case for warfare.
Now, covert motion is included seamlessly into govt coverage, and the Prime Minister is stored continuously up to date via intelligence companies. But how did intelligence come to steer our govt so utterly?
The Black Door explores the murkier corridors of 10 Downing Street, chronicling the relationships between intelligence companies and the Prime Ministers of the final century. From Churchill’s code breakers feeding knowledge to the Soviets to Eden’s makes an attempt to assassinate international leaders, from Wilson’s paranoia of an MI5-led coup d’état to Thatcher’s covert wars in Central America, Aldrich and Cormac entertain and enlighten as they provide an explanation for how our govt got here to depend on intelligence to the level that it does these days.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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A Door Into Ocean (Elysium Cycle #1) through Joan Slonczewski (.M4B)

A Door Into Ocean (Elysium Cycle #1) through Joan Slonczewski
Requirements: .M4A/.M4B reader, 480 MB
Overview: A Door into Ocean is the radical upon which the creator’s popularity as crucial SF author basically rests. A ground-breaking paintings either one of feminist SF and of world-building onerous SF, it issues the Sharers of Shora, a country of girls on moon within the a ways long run who’re pacifists, extremely complicated in organic sciences, and who reproduce through parthenogenesis–there are not any males–and tells of the conflicts that erupt when a neighboring civilization makes a decision to increase their ocean global, and ship in a military.
Genre: Audiobooks > Fiction Science Fiction

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The Sociopath Next Door: The Ruthless Versus The Rest Of Us [Audiobook]

The Sociopath Next Door: The Ruthless Versus The Rest Of Us [Audiobook]

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The Sociopath Next Door by Martha Stout

The Sociopath Next Door by Martha Stout
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 94 MB
Overview: Who is the devil you know?
Is it your lying, cheating ex-husband?
Your sadistic high school gym teacher?
Your boss who loves to humiliate people in meetings?
The colleague who stole your idea and passed it off as her own?
In the pages of The Sociopath Next Door, you will realize that your ex was not just misunderstood. He’s a sociopath. And your boss, teacher, and colleague? They may be sociopaths too.
We are accustomed to think of sociopaths as violent criminals, but in The Sociopath Next Door, Harvard psychologist Martha Stout reveals that a shocking 4 percent of ordinary people-one in twenty-five-has an often undetected mental disorder, the chief symptom of which is that that person possesses no conscience. He or she has no ability whatsoever to feel shame, guilt, or remorse. One in twenty-five everyday Americans, therefore, is secretly a sociopath. They could be your colleague, your neighbor, even family. And they can do literally anything at all and feel absolutely no guilt.
How do we recognize the remorseless? One of their chief characteristics is a kind of glow or charisma that makes sociopaths more charming or interesting than the other people around them. They’re more spontaneous, more intense, more complex, or even sexier than everyone else, making them tricky to identify and leaving us easily seduced. Fundamentally, sociopaths are different because they cannot love. Sociopaths learn early on to show sham emotion, but underneath they are indifferent to others’ suffering. They live to dominate and thrill to win.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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The Girl Next Door by Phoebe Morgan

Guarding the Golden Door by Roger Daniels

Guarding the Golden Door: American Immigration Policy and Immigrants since 1882 by Roger Daniels
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 874 KB
Overview: The federal government’s efforts to pick and choose among the multitude of immigrants seeking to enter the United States began with the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882. Conceived in ignorance and falsely presented to the public, it had undreamt of consequences, and this pattern has been rarely deviated from since. As renowned historian Roger Daniels shows in this brilliant new work, America’s inconsistent, often illogical, and always cumbersome immigration policy has profoundly affected our recent past.

Immigration policy in Daniels’ skilled hands shows Americans at their best and worst, from the nativist violence that forced Theodore Roosevelt’s 1907 "gentlemen’s agreement" with Japan to the generous refugee policies adopted after World War Two and throughout the Cold War. And in a conclusion drawn from today’s headlines, Daniels makes clear how far ignorance, partisan politics, and unintended consequences have overtaken immigration policy during the current administration’s War on Terror.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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The Terrorist Next Door by Erick Stakelbeck

The Terrorist Next Door: How the Government is Deceiving You About the Islamist Threat by Erick Stakelbeck
Requirements: EPUB Reader 0.42 MB
Overview: The threat of terrorism in America, the Obama administration assures us, is contained and controlled. Recent attempted attacks like the Times Square bombing, the "underwear bombing" on a flight over Detroit, and the attack on a Christmas tree lighting ceremony in Oregon were all isolated plots that failed anyway. In the words of Homeland Security secretary Janet Napolitano, "The system worked."
Don’t believe it. In , investigative reporter Erick Stakelbeck exposes the staggering truth about our national security: the Obama administration is concealing and whitewashing the enormous terrorist threat growing right here within America’s borders. If you believe terrorism is only a problem for other countries, Stakelbeck’s on-the-ground reporting will open your eyes. He has been inside America’s radical mosques, visited U.S.-based Islamic enclaves, and learned about our enemies by going straight to the source-interviewing al-Qaeda-linked terrorists themselves.
Genre: Non-Fiction – General

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