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The Secret Letter
- Written by: Debbie Rix
- Narrated by: Jacqueline King
- Length: 12 hrs and 21 mins
Germany, 1939. A tumbledown farmhouse, on the outskirts of a close-knit village in the heart of the rolling hills of Bavaria. A once happy family home torn apart by Nazi rule. And one young girl who refuses to give up on what she believes in...London, 2018: When 94-year-old Imogen receives a letter addressed to her in neat, unfamiliar handwriting, she notices the postmark is stamped from Germany - and it sends shivers down her spine....
Engaging story, fantastic narration
- By A.B on 2020-08-06
The connection between 2 families as the maneuver thru WWII
A wonderful story based on some real life and some conglomerations of real people. It is not lost on me that these two families faced terrible hardships but vowed to always be respectful and show integrity. A great lesson for all time but especially 2020-21.
I know it’s a good book when I talk about the story line with others and encourage them to read the book. Enjoy!
Break Shot: My First 21 Years
- James Taylor
- Written by: James Taylor
- Narrated by: James Taylor
- Length: 1 hr and 33 mins
- Original Recording
"I’m James Taylor and I’m a professional autobiographer", says the celebrated folk singer at the start of this tender audio memoir. Through decades of music by one of the best-selling musicians of all time, who created classics like "Fire and Rain" and "Carolina in My Mind", James Taylor has doled out his history in the poetry of his work. Taylor says his early life is, "the source of many of my songs", and Break Shot is a tour of his first 21 years in rich, new detail.
A nice brief look into the life of Taylor
- By Chris Francis on 2021-03-24
Love the man the book well it’s ok
I liked the stories would have liked more depth. Loved the story behind some of the lyrics. What happened to his parents? Did I miss it? Easy content Altho JT sounds flat.