Tag: Kill

These Six Things Will Kill You [Audiobook]

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English | ASIN: B0C3DMKRBF | 2023 | 2 hours and 38 minutes | M4B@192 kbps | 218 MB
Author: Brandy Schillace, The Great Courses
Narrator: Brandy Schillace

We might be afraid of lions, tigers, and bears (oh, my!), but much more frequently, our worst foes come without teeth and claws and in teeny, tiny packages. In These Six Things Will Kill You, medical historian Brandy Schillace introduces you to half a dozen deadly forces, often microscopic and invisible, that might be coming for you at this very moment. Dr. Schillace will introduce you to bacteria and fungi; cancer, Lyme, and heart disease; and some of the ways the very environment around us is out to get us. She will also arm you with the knowledge of how to avoid these fatal elements when possible, and what modern science is doing to help us protect ourselves against them. Dr. Schillace will also introduce you to the growing field of personalized medicine and how your unique genome might dictate which of these diseases you should be giving particular attention. Whether you are young or old, healthy or frail, this course offers pragmatic guidance on how to avoid disease and reduce your risk for early death.


The Heat Will Kill You First Life and Death on a Scorched Planet

Free Download Jeff Goodell, "The Heat Will Kill You First: Life and Death on a Scorched Planet"
English | ISBN: 0316497576 | 2023 | EPUB | 400 pages | 1 MB
Most Anticipated by The New York Times and The Washington Post and The Los Angeles Times * A Next Big Idea Book Club Selection * New York Times bestselling journalist’s "masterful, bracing" (David Wallace-Wells) investigation exposes "through stellar reporting, artful storytelling and fascinating scientific explanations" (Naomi Klein) an explosive new understanding of heat and the impact that rising temperatures will have on our lives and on our planet. "Entertaining and thoroughly researched," (Al Gore), it will completely change the way you see the world, and despite its urgent themes, is injected with "eternal optimism" (Michael Mann) on how to combat one of the most important issues of our time.


Kids who Kill Eric Smith True Crime Press Series 1, Book 2

Free Download Kathryn McMaster, "Kids who Kill: Eric Smith: True Crime Press Series 1, Book 2"
English | ISBN: 8894122867 | 2018 | 187 pages | EPUB | 596 KB
"He could have just killed Derrick. But he chose not to. Eric continued to deal with Derrick’s body because he wanted to, because he chose to, and most frighteningly of all, because he enjoyed it."Four-year-old Derrick Robie is dead. The killer’s name is Eric Smith. He is just thirteen years old.Eric Smith loves torturing small animals of all descriptions; cats and kittens, birds, even snakes. When he graduates to people, he shows no remorse for what he has done."I have just met the Anti-Christ," says a family friend to his wife after meeting teen-killer Eric Smith for the first time.This is the true story of a chilling murder of a preschooler stranger who becomes the target of Eric’s uncontrollable rage.Did police officers stop a serial killer in the making? You decide.If you read true crime books by Ann Rule, Jack Rosewood or Kathryn Case, you will enjoy reading Kathryn McMaster’s books.Kathryn McMaster is an accomplished author who specializes in true crime and unsolved cases and explores the darkest side of the human mind.


Women Who Love Men Who Kill 35 True Stories of Prison Passion The 21st Century Edition, Updated with New Cases [Audiobook]

Free Download Women Who Love Men Who Kill: 35 True Stories of Prison Passion: The 21st Century Edition, Updated with New Cases (Audiobook)
English | ASIN: B09JHDR8G8 | 2021 | 9 hours and 47 minutes | M4B@64 kbps | 281 MB
Author: Sheila Isenberg
Narrator: Kate Zane

At once disturbing and fascinating, Women Who Love Men Who Kill is a compelling psychological study of prison passion in the new millennium. Through extensive research and interviews with women who seek relationships with convicted killers through snail and email, and through conversations with psychiatrists, social workers, and prison officials, Isenberg sheds light on why these women are drawn into relationships with incarcerated outcasts. Many of the women vulnerable to these relationships know exactly what they are getting into. But they are willing to sacrifice everything for the sake of a love without hope or promise or consummation.