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  • The Nursing Home Murder

    By Ngaio Marsh, Philip Franks
    Authors:
    Ngaio Marsh
    Read by:
    Philip Franks
    Sir John Phillips, the Harley Street surgeon, and his beautiful nurse Jane Harden are almost too nervous to operate. The emergency case on the table before them is the Home Secretary - and they both have very good, personal reasons to wish him dead.Within hours he does die, although the operation itself was a complete success, and Chief Detective Inspector Alleyn must find out why...
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    The NLP Coach 3

    By Ian McDermott, Wendy Jago, Gordon Griffin
    Authors:
    Ian McDermott, Wendy Jago
    Read by:
    Gordon Griffin
    This is volume three of a step-by-step programme. This user-friendly guide to self-coaching using the powerful techniques of NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) will enable to you take control of your life. All the essential NLP coaching tools are clearly explained at the beginning, with examples and case histories. The audiobook then explains how to apply these techniques to coach yourself to success in six key aspects of your life:Enhance your self-esteem Build good relationships and improve your communication skillsMaximise your brain power, accelerate your learning and improve your memoryGenerate health, wealth and happinessManage yourself and others better and make your work more rewardingBecome more spiritually alive
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    The NLP Coach 2

    By Wendy Jago, Ian McDermott, Gordon Griffin
    Authors:
    Wendy Jago, Ian McDermott
    Read by:
    Gordon Griffin
    This is volume two of a step-by-step programme to help you manage success and failure at work and at home. This user-friendly guide begins by clearly explaining the basic self-coaching techniques of NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) before showing you how to apply these techniques to help you achieve success.
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    The NLP Coach 1

    By Wendy Jago, Ian McDermott, Gordon Griffin
    Authors:
    Wendy Jago, Ian McDermott
    Read by:
    Gordon Griffin
    This is volume one of a step-by-step programme to help you achieve success at work and at home. This user-friendly introductory guide to self-coaching will show you how to use the powerful techniques of NLP (neuro-linguistic programming). All the essential NLP coaching tools are clearly explained, and will provide you with the basic tools to change your life.
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    Nelson Mandela's Favorite African Folktales

    By Nelson Mandela, Various
    Authors:
    Nelson Mandela
    Read by:
    Various
    Nelson Mandela, the Nobel Laureate for Peace, gathers Africa's most cherished folktales, with the specific hope that Africa's oldest stories, as well as a few new ones, will be perpetuated by future generations and be appreciated by children throughout the world. Through this project, these tales that have been handed down by Africans from generation to generation are returned to their original oral form in new readings by an international cast of celebrities, such as: Nobel laureate Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, Whoopi Goldberg, Alan Rickman and Samuel L. Jackson. Some are as old as African civilization itself, including tales from the San and Khoi, the original hunter-gatherers and livestock herders of southern Africa. Translated into English and other European languages chiefly in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries from their original languages, these folktales are a testament to the craft of storytelling and the power of myth.

    Ned Sherrin: The Autobiography

    By Ned Sherrin, Ned Sherrin
    Authors:
    Ned Sherrin
    Read by:
    Ned Sherrin
    In this hilarious, frank and affecting autobiography Ned Sherrin looks back on his life and career with inimitable wit and a good deal of wisdom. In his long, successful and event-filled career Ned Sherrin has been an innovative satirist (That Was The Week That Was), novelist, anthologist, film producer (including Up Pompeii), celebrated theatre director (Side by Side by Sondheim, Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell) and BBC Radio 4 host (Loose Ends). His autobiography offers fascinating insights into the worlds of British film, radio, TV and theatre from the 1960s to the present day. From fainting in front of a high court judge, to matchmaking Princess Margaret and Starsky from Starsky and Hutch, he never forgets a good story, and is always happiest when the joke is on him. Famed for his charm and his keen ear for a fine anecdote, Ned Sherrin brings both talents to his autobiography, which is sure to delight and engage his many fans.
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