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    • How to Start a Pet Photography Business

    • By: Kyle Richards
    • Narrated by: John N. Gully
    • Length: 2 hrs and 28 mins
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    It's never been easier to find success and happiness in a career that offers endless growth potential and tons of fun: Pet photography is the answer you've been looking for! Who wouldn't want the artistic freedom of photography and the heartwarming fun of working with everyone's best friends, their pets? Now imagine that as your everyday career! How To Start a Pet Photography Business is your guide to cashing in, doing what you love, and having a blast!

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    • Making a Submarine Officer

    • A Story of the USS San Francisco (SSN 711)
    • By: Alex Fleming
    • Narrated by: John N Gully
    • Length: 9 hrs and 30 mins
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    From October 2002 to September 2005, the crew of the USS San Francisco (SSN 711), a nuclear fast-attack submarine, took an incredible and gut-wrenching journey through three homeports, two missions vital to national security, two dry-dockings, dozens of leaders, and the worst submerged grounding in the history of the US Navy that did not result in the loss of the vessel.

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    • Earth's Iron-Lovers

    • By: Alexandra Witze
    • Narrated by: Jamie Renell, John N. Gully
    • Length: 16 mins
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    Four and a half billion years ago, after Earth’s fiery birth, the infant planet began to radically reshape itself, separating into distinct layers. Metals - mostly iron with a bit of nickel - fell toward the center to form a core. The growing core also vacuumed up other metallic elements, such as platinum, iridium and gold.

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    • Submarine Commander

    • A Story of World War II and Korea
    • By: Paul R. Schratz
    • Narrated by: John N. Gully
    • Length: 15 hrs and 24 mins
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    A fascinating personal memoir of underwater combat in World War II, told by a man who played a major role in those dangerous operations. Frank and beautifully written, this book will be of lasting value as a submarine history by an expert and as an enduring military and political analysis.

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    • A Family History of Illness: Memory as Medicine

    • McLellan Endowed Series
    • By: Brett L. Walker
    • Narrated by: John N Gully
    • Length: 7 hrs and 46 mins
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    A Family History of Illness is a gritty historical memoir that examines the body's immune system and microbial composition as well as the biological and cultural origins of memory and history, offering a startling, fresh way to view the role of history in understanding our physical selves. 

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    • Virtual Terror: 21st Century Cyber Warfare

    • By: Daniel Wagner
    • Narrated by: John N Gully
    • Length: 18 hrs and 5 mins
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    Anyone who logs on to the Internet can become a victim of virtual terrorism, whether via e-mail, social media, a Google search, or simply by logging on to a computer. Anyone seeking to do harm to others online can be a virtual terrorist, and it is incredibly easy to become one. That is the era we live in now - someone sitting behind a laptop half a world away can interfere with, invade, or take over your life, business, or government. You may not even realize it, but you may already have become a victim; if you have not, you will become one eventually. In this extremely timely, important, and compelling book, Daniel Wagner redefines what terrorism has become in the 21st century. Unlike more conventional types of terrorism, in which the perpetrator seeks recognition and reveals his or her identity, with virtual terrorism the identity of the person, group, or government responsible for acts of terror is deliberately hidden in an anonymous, borderless, and lawless world.

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    • Unusual Punishment

    • Inside the Walla Walla Prison, 1970-1985
    • By: Christopher Murray
    • Narrated by: John N Gully
    • Length: 10 hrs and 9 mins
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    Unusual Punishment details the explosive story of failed reform at one Washington State penitentiary as well as the complex, challenging, and painful path back from chaos.

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    • Call Me Sergeant Rock

    • By: Dan Rodgers
    • Narrated by: John N Gully
    • Length: 19 hrs and 50 mins
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    How much can our minds take before they crack? Sergeant Rock believes that it is only through divine intervention that he is alive to tell his story.

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    • Visitors From Lanulos

    • My Contact With Indrid Cold
    • By: Woodrow Derenberger
    • Narrated by: John N Gully
    • Length: 2 hrs and 54 mins
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    Woodrow Derenberger, the author of the book, claimed to have had a series of strange adventures beginning on November 2nd, 1966. While driving home from Parkersburg, West Virginia, to his suburban home in Mineral Wells, he suddenly found the highway blocked by a large gray object. Someone emerged from the object and walked to the passenger side window of his car. The man introduced himself as "a searcher", and offered words of comfort to Derenberger.

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    • Free Will - Moving Beyond the Illusion

    • Screenplay for a Documentary
    • By: George Ortega
    • Narrated by: John N Gully
    • Length: 3 hrs and 3 mins
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    Although countless books have been made into films, this may be the first time a screenplay is released as a book with the explicit purpose of enlisting a producer and financing for the film. Free Will - Moving Beyond the Illusion is not just about producing a full-length theatrical-release documentary. This book is about explaining to the world in a variety of ways that virtually everyone can understand and relate to, why nothing we humans think, feel, say, or do is ever up to us.  

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    • The System

    • Volume 1
    • By: Mike Gomes
    • Narrated by: John N Gully
    • Length: 2 hrs and 34 mins
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    There is something nefarious going on in 1966 Monte Carlo. The extravagant casino owner Gerard Legrand has been charged with human trafficking. But coincidentally, all the evidence is destroyed. Unable to accept the ruling, two judges join together with a team of ex-military special services men to bring Legrand to justice by any means necessary. 

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    • Sidetracked: The Betrayal and Murder of Anna Kithcart

    • By: Richard T. Cahill Jr.
    • Narrated by: John N. Gully
    • Length: 7 hrs and 58 mins
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    As the sun rises over the quiet city of Kingston, New York, on July 12, 1988, a local transient discovers the remains of 19-year-old Anna Kithcart. She was strangled and beaten to death, with the letters "KKK" carved into her thighs. While her heartbroken family mourns, and the police work around the clock to uncover the truth, the investigation is complicated by the entrance of the Reverend Al Sharpton who insists that a racist killer is responsible. Only solving the crime can quell the chaos that threatens to ignite a powder keg of racial tension to catch the real killer.

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    • Will Big League Baseball Survive?

    • Globalization, the End of Television, Youth Sports, and the Future of Major League Baseball
    • By: Lincoln Mitchell
    • Narrated by: John N Gully
    • Length: 8 hrs and 12 mins
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    Major League Baseball is a beloved American institution that has been a product of the economic, social, and media structures that have evolved in the United States over the last century. In his shrewd analysis, Will Big League Baseball Survive?, Lincoln Mitchell asks whether the sport will continue in its current form as a huge, lucrative global business that offers a monopoly in North America - and whether those structures are sustainable.

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    • British Invasion

    • The Crosscurrents of Musical Influence
    • By: Simon Philo
    • Narrated by: John N Gully
    • Length: 7 hrs and 48 mins
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    Before The Beatles landed on American shores in February 1964, only two British acts had topped the Billboard singles chart. In the first quarter of 1964, however, the Beatles alone accounted for 60% of all recorded music sold in the United States; in 1964 and 1965 British acts occupied the number one position for 52 of the 104 weeks; and from 1964 through to 1970, the Rolling Stones, Herman's Hermits, the Dave Clark Five, the Animals, and more placed more than 130 songs on the American Top Forty.

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    • Dogmeat

    • A Memoir of Love and Neurosurgery in San Francisco
    • By: Moris Senegor M.D.
    • Narrated by: John N Gully
    • Length: 7 hrs and 51 mins
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    Ambitious and cocky, a young neurosurgery resident left his hometown of Chicago for what became an unforgettable adventure in San Francisco, both exhilarating and disheartening, destined to irrevocably change his future. "Dogmeat" was the moniker he was given as apprentice to a famous - and famously intimidating - neurosurgeon. Moris Senegor gives a disarmingly honest account of his "Dogmeat" days in the wards and operating rooms of UCSF.

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    • Luke Karamazov

    • Great Lakes Books Series
    • By: Conrad Hilberry
    • Narrated by: John N. Gully
    • Length: 5 hrs and 22 mins
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    Was it because they were subconsciously trying to kill the drunken, violent man that was their father that brothers Luke Karamazov and Tommy Searl from Kalamazoo became serial murderers? Addressing this and other questions, author Conrad Hilberry presents an unusually vivid and detailed portrait of two contrasting psychological types in this account. In 1964, Luke confessed to a five-week murder spree in which he killed five men. Tommy was convicted of the rape and murder of four women in 1972.

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    • New Date Suggested for Homo Naledi

    • By: Bruce Bower
    • Narrated by: John N. Gully
    • Length: 6 mins
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    Homo naledi, currently the most mysterious fossil species in the human genus, may be considerably younger than previously thought, a new investigation suggests. Evolutionary trees of ancient hominids statistically reconstructed from skull and tooth measurements indicate that H. naledi lived around 912,000 years ago, say paleoanthropologist Mana Dembo of Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, Canada, and her colleagues.

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    • Why the Turtle Got Its Shell

    • By: Laurel Hamers
    • Narrated by: John N. Gully
    • Length: 2 mins
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    Turtle shells didn’t get their start as natural armor, it seems. The reptiles’ ancestors might have evolved partial shells for burrowing instead, new research suggests. Only later did the hard body covering become useful for protection. The findings might help explain how turtle ancestors survived the extinction of most of Earth’s plants and animals about 252 million years ago.

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    • Falling through Earth Would Be a Drag

    • By: Emily Conover
    • Narrated by: John N. Gully
    • Length: 3 mins
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    Falling down a hole through the center of the Earth would be rough - especially if there’s friction. A new study reveals what would happen to an intrepid traveler who jumped into a hypothetical tunnel through Earth, propelled by the force of gravity but impeded by air resistance and the friction of the tunnel walls. Physicists have estimated that if you jumped into a tunnel without such forms of drag, you would reach the other side in less than an hour.

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    • Debate Persists on Cosmic Expansion

    • By: Emily Conover
    • Narrated by: John N. Gully
    • Length: 9 mins
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    A puzzling mismatch is plaguing two methods for measuring how fast the universe is expanding. When the discrepancy arose a few years ago, scientists suspected it would fade away, a symptom of measurement errors. But the latest, more precise measurements of the expansion rate - a number known as the Hubble constant - have only deepened the mystery.

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