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Auschwitz Lullaby

by Vyvyan Lynn

“I open a smile in his neck the size of a summer squash and he’ll be dead in a minute… The life is oozing out of him and I feel good,” states Dr. Isaac Jonah in this audio play, which retells the story of the malignancy that was... Read More

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Power Connections

by Vyvyan Lynn

“By learning to connect with the warmth and intelligence in men, you can build strong connections that will bring great fulfillment in your life,” Sage advises women. The business coach and her partner, Becker, feed political... Read More

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The Substance of Fire

by Vyvyan Lynn

“You are able to be the fairest man I know occasionally,” Martin Geldhart tells his father during a meeting at the family publishing business. In King Lear fashion the three Geldhart children, all stockholders, gather to discuss the... Read More

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Forbidden Fruit

by Vyvyan Lynn

Eve receives top billing in Seto’s tempting audio play. Dancing along on a musical score by Clay Zambo are the voices of Biblical characters: God, the Devil, Eve, and Adam. Playwright Seto portrays the narrator and shares the role of... Read More

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Too Dead to Swing

by Vyvyan Lynn

This audio book embarks with an uptempo Swing number that jitterbugs right into the silky clear voice of the murder mystery’s heroine, Katy Green. “In May of 1940 I was looking for work in Los Angeles. I’d ridden the noisy red... Read More

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Expose

by Vyvyan Lynn

“Compulsive to a fault” is how Exposé’s lead character, Sally Herrington, describes herself. Other personality traits aren’t spelled out so boldly such as her unselfishness in leaving a glitzy LA job to nurse her cancer-ridden... Read More

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