Audiobooks Read By L. J. Ganser

George Plimpton (1927–2003) was the bestselling author and editor of nearly thirty books, as well as the cofounder, publisher, and editor of the Paris Review. He wrote regularly for such magazines as Sports Illustrated and Esquire, and he appeared numerous times in films and on television.

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Extended Sample Void Moon  by Michael Connelly
Extended Sample Squirrel, Inc.  by Stephen Denning
Extended Sample Once Upon a Crime  by Michael Buckley
Extended Sample A Million Little Pieces  by James Frey
Extended Sample The Unusual Suspects  by Michael Buckley
Extended Sample Alive at Work  by Daniel M. Cable
Extended Sample The Problem Child  by Michael Buckley
Extended Sample The Art of Living  by Bob Proctor
Extended Sample Chickenhawk  by Robert Mason
Extended Sample The Fairy-Tale Detectives  by Michael Buckley
Extended Sample Ten Lessons to Transform Your Marriage (abridged) by John Gottman
Extended Sample Unrigged  by David Daley
Extended Sample 1862  by Robert Conroy
Extended Sample 1901  by Robert Conroy
Extended Sample 1942  by Robert Conroy
Extended Sample 1945  by Robert Conroy
Extended Sample What Was Liberalism?  by James Traub
Extended Sample The Russia Trap  by George Beebe
Extended Sample Shula  by Mark Ribowsky
Extended Sample Who Censored Roger Rabbit?  by Gary K. Wolf
Extended Sample A Gift from Earth  by Larry Niven
Extended Sample Eyes in the Sky  by Arthur Holland Michel
Extended Sample Lies My Teacher Told Me  by James Loewen
Extended Sample Designer Dogs, Awkward Hugs, and a Pigeon  by PJ Miller
Extended Sample Murder, Stage Left  by Robert Goldsborough
Extended Sample Not-So-Great Presidents  by Ben Thompson
Extended Sample The Age of Exploration  by Ben Thompson
Extended Sample Cute Poodles, Sweet Old Ladies, and Hugs  by PJ Miller
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