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              Books by Patrick Lawlor

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              Posted (Trade Paperback / Paperback, Unabridged edition)

              By Anderson, John David; Read by Lawlor, Patrick

              • RRP: $15.50
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              The acclaimed author of Ms. Bixby's Last Day returns with a humorous, poignant, and original contemporary story of five friends struggling to fit in, to find themselves, and to summon the courage to say the things that need to be said.

              ISBN 9780062338211
              Released NZ 1 May 2018
              Publisher Walden Pond Press
              Interest Age 8-12 years
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              Internationally sourced; ships 6-14 working days
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              Until The Day I Die
               

              Until The Day I Die (Audio CD / Audio, Unabridged edition)

              By Carpenter, Emily; Read by Lawlor, Patrick; Orsini, Kate; Nahikian, Jess

              • RRP: $44.99
              • $38.24
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              If there's a healthy way to grieve, Erin Gaines hasn't found it. After her husband's sudden death, the runaway success of the tech company they built with their best friends has become overwhelming. Her nerves are frayed, she's disengaged, and her frustrated daughter, Shorie, is ...pulling away from her. Maybe Erin's friends and family are right. Maybe a few weeks at a spa resort in the Caribbean islands is just what she needs to hit the reset button ... Shorie is not only worried about her mother's mental state but also for the future of her parents' company. Especially when she begins to suspect that not all of Erin's colleagues can be trusted. It seems someone is spinning an intricate web of deception - the foundation for a conspiracy that is putting everything, and everyone she loves, at risk. And she may be the only one who can stop it. Now, thousands of miles away in a remote, and oftentimes menacing, tropical jungle, Erin is beginning to have similar fears. Things at the resort aren't exactly how the brochure described, and unless she's losing her mind, Erin's pretty sure she wasn't sent there to recover - she was sent to disappear.
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              ISBN 9781721377893
              Published NZ 12 Mar 2019
              Publisher Bolinda Publishing
              Interest Age General Audience
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              3 In stock at publisher; delivery usually 20-30 working days due to covid19 delays
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              The Rise And Fall Of The Dinosaurs

              The Rise And Fall Of The Dinosaurs (Audio disc / Other, Unabridged edition)

              By Brusatte, Steve; Read by Lawlor, Patrick

              • RRP: $44.99
              • $38.24
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              Sixty-six million years ago the dinosaurs were wiped from the face of the earth. Today, Dr. Steve Brusatte, one of the leading scientists of a new generation of dinosaur hunters, armed with cutting edge technology, is piecing together the complete story of how the dinosaurs ruled... the earth for 150 million years. The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs is a hugely ambitious and engrossing story of how dinosaurs rose to dominate the planet, written by one of the world's leading palaeontologists. Using fossil clues that have been with state-of-the-art technology, Brusatte traces these magnificent creatures from the Triassic period at the start of their evolution, through the Jurassic period, to their final catastrophic days in the Cretaceous and the legacy that they left behind. Along the way, Brusatte introduces a cast of new dinosaur hunters and gives an insight into what being a palaeontologist is really like. He offers thrilling accounts of some of the most remarkable discoveries he has made, including primitive, human-size tyrannosaurs, monstrous carnivores even larger than a T. rex and feathered raptor dinosaurs from China buried in volcanic ash. At a time when Homo sapiens has existed for less than 200,000 years and we are already talking about planetary extinction, The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs is a timely reminder of what humans can learn from the magnificent creatures who ruled the earth before us.
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              ISBN 9781509890996
              Published NZ 28 Jun 2018
              Publisher Bolinda Publishing
              Interest Age General Audience
              Availability
              3 In stock at publisher; delivery usually 20-30 working days due to covid19 delays
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              Until The Day I Die

              Until The Day I Die (Audio disc / Other, Unabridged edition)

              By Carpenter, Emily; Read by Lawlor, Patrick; Orsini, Kate; Nahikian, Jess

              • RRP: $44.99
              • $38.24
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              • In Stock At Publisher

              If there's a healthy way to grieve, Erin Gaines hasn't found it. After her husband's sudden death, the runaway success of the tech company they built with their best friends has become overwhelming. Her nerves are frayed, she's disengaged, and her frustrated daughter, Shorie, is ...pulling away from her. Maybe Erin's friends and family are right. Maybe a few weeks at a spa resort in the Caribbean islands is just what she needs to hit the reset button ... Shorie is not only worried about her mother's mental state but also for the future of her parents' company. Especially when she begins to suspect that not all of Erin's colleagues can be trusted. It seems someone is spinning an intricate web of deception - the foundation for a conspiracy that is putting everything, and everyone she loves, at risk. And she may be the only one who can stop it. Now, thousands of miles away in a remote, and oftentimes menacing, tropical jungle, Erin is beginning to have similar fears. Things at the resort aren't exactly how the brochure described, and unless she's losing her mind, Erin's pretty sure she wasn't sent there to recover - she was sent to disappear.
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              ISBN 9781721377916
              Published NZ 12 Mar 2019
              Publisher Bolinda Publishing
              Interest Age General Audience
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              1 In stock at publisher; delivery usually 20-30 working days due to covid19 delays
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              The City Where We Once Lived
               

              The City Where We Once Lived (Audio CD / Audio, Unabridged edition)

              By Barnes, Eric; Read by Lawlor, Patrick

              • RRP: $54.99
              • $46.74
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              In a near future where climate change has severely affected weather and agriculture, the North End of an unnamed city has long been abandoned in favour of the neighbouring South End. Aside from the scavengers steadily stripping the empty city to its bones, only a few thousand peo...ple remain, content to live quietly among the crumbling metropolis. Many, like the narrator, are there to try to escape the demons of their past. He spends his time observing and recording the decay around him, attempting to bury memories of what he has lost. But it eventually becomes clear that things are unravelling elsewhere as well, as strangers, violent and desperate alike, begin to appear in the North End, spreading word of social and political deterioration in the South End and beyond. Faced with a growing disruption to his isolated life, the narrator discovers within himself a surprising need to resist losing the home he has created in this empty place. He and the rest of the citizens of the North End must choose whether to face outsiders as invaders or welcome them as neighbours. The City Where We Once Lived is a haunting novel that combines a prescient look at how climate change and industrial flight will shape our world with a deeply personal story of one man running from his past. With glowing prose, Eric Barnes brings into sharp focus questions of how we come to call a place home and what our capacity for violence is when that home becomes threatened.
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              ISBN 9781978602151
              Published NZ 28 May 2018
              Publisher Bolinda Publishing
              Interest Age General Audience
              Availability
              3 In stock at publisher; delivery usually 20-30 working days due to covid19 delays
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              The City Where We Once Lived

              The City Where We Once Lived (Audio disc / Other, Unabridged edition)

              By Barnes, Eric; Read by Lawlor, Patrick

              • RRP: $54.99
              • $46.74
              • Save $8.25
              • In Stock At Publisher

              In a near future where climate change has severely affected weather and agriculture, the North End of an unnamed city has long been abandoned in favour of the neighbouring South End. Aside from the scavengers steadily stripping the empty city to its bones, only a few thousand peo...ple remain, content to live quietly among the crumbling metropolis. Many, like the narrator, are there to try to escape the demons of their past. He spends his time observing and recording the decay around him, attempting to bury memories of what he has lost. But it eventually becomes clear that things are unravelling elsewhere as well, as strangers, violent and desperate alike, begin to appear in the North End, spreading word of social and political deterioration in the South End and beyond. Faced with a growing disruption to his isolated life, the narrator discovers within himself a surprising need to resist losing the home he has created in this empty place. He and the rest of the citizens of the North End must choose whether to face outsiders as invaders or welcome them as neighbours. The City Where We Once Lived is a haunting novel that combines a prescient look at how climate change and industrial flight will shape our world with a deeply personal story of one man running from his past. With glowing prose, Eric Barnes brings into sharp focus questions of how we come to call a place home and what our capacity for violence is when that home becomes threatened.
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              ISBN 9781978602175
              Published NZ 28 May 2018
              Publisher Bolinda Publishing
              Interest Age General Audience
              Availability
              3 In stock at publisher; delivery usually 20-30 working days due to covid19 delays
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              The Rise And Fall Of The Dinosaurs
               

              The Rise And Fall Of The Dinosaurs (Audio CD / Audio, Unabridged edition)

              By Brusatte, Steve; Read by Lawlor, Patrick

              • RRP: $44.99
              • $38.24
              • Save $6.75
              • In Stock At Publisher

              Sixty-six million years ago the dinosaurs were wiped from the face of the earth. Today, Dr. Steve Brusatte, one of the leading scientists of a new generation of dinosaur hunters, armed with cutting edge technology, is piecing together the complete story of how the dinosaurs ruled... the earth for 150 million years. The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs is a hugely ambitious and engrossing story of how dinosaurs rose to dominate the planet, written by one of the world's leading palaeontologists. Using fossil clues that have been with state-of-the-art technology, Brusatte traces these magnificent creatures from the Triassic period at the start of their evolution, through the Jurassic period, to their final catastrophic days in the Cretaceous and the legacy that they left behind. Along the way, Brusatte introduces a cast of new dinosaur hunters and gives an insight into what being a palaeontologist is really like. He offers thrilling accounts of some of the most remarkable discoveries he has made, including primitive, human-size tyrannosaurs, monstrous carnivores even larger than a T. rex and feathered raptor dinosaurs from China buried in volcanic ash. At a time when Homo sapiens has existed for less than 200,000 years and we are already talking about planetary extinction, The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs is a timely reminder of what humans can learn from the magnificent creatures who ruled the earth before us.
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              ISBN 9781509890989
              Published NZ 28 Jun 2018
              Publisher Bolinda Publishing
              Interest Age General Audience
              Availability
              3 In stock at publisher; delivery usually 20-30 working days due to covid19 delays
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              Disneywar
                

              Disneywar (Audio CD / Audio, Library ed.)

              By Stewart, James B.; Read by Lawlor, Patrick

              • RRP: $112.50
              • $112.50
              • In Stock US

              DisneyWar is the breathtaking, dramatic inside story of what drove America's best-known entertainment company to civil war. With access to both Michael Eisner and Roy Disney, company executives and board members, as well as letters and documents never before seen, James B. Stewar...t gets to the bottom of mysteries and corporate intrigue that have enveloped Disney for years. Here, too, is the creative process that lies at the heart of Disney, the many passionate artists who fought for their vision, the critical choices that led to success or failure, and the brilliant ideas which, in spite of the ego clashes and internal politics, were brought to miraculous fruition. No other book so thoroughly penetrates the secretive world of the corporate boardroom. DisneyWar is an enthralling true story of one of America's most powerful media and entertainment companies, the people who control it, and those trying to overthrow them.
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              ISBN 9780786180608
              Released NZ 15 Apr 2005
              Publisher Blackstone Audiobooks
              Interest Age General Audience
              Availability
              Internationally sourced; ships 6-14 working days
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              Disneywar
                

              Disneywar (Audio CD / Audio, Library ed.)

              By Stewart, James B.; Read by Lawlor, Patrick

              • RRP: $349.99
              • $349.99
              • In Stock US

              DisneyWar is the breathtaking, dramatic inside story of what drove America's best-known entertainment company to civil war. With access to both Michael Eisner and Roy Disney, company executives and board members, as well as letters and documents never before seen, James B. Stewar...t gets to the bottom of mysteries and corporate intrigue that have enveloped Disney for years. Here, too, is the creative process that lies at the heart of Disney, the many passionate artists who fought for their vision, the critical choices that led to success or failure, and the brilliant ideas which, in spite of the ego clashes and internal politics, were brought to miraculous fruition. No other book so thoroughly penetrates the secretive world of the corporate boardroom. DisneyWar is an enthralling true story of one of America's most powerful media and entertainment companies, the people who control it, and those trying to overthrow them.
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              ISBN 9780786178452
              Released NZ 15 Apr 2005
              Publisher Blackstone Audiobooks
              Interest Age General Audience
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              The Law of Enclosures
                

              The Law of Enclosures (Audio CD / Audio, Unabridged)

              By Peck, Dale; Narrator Lawlor, Patrick; Robins, Carly

              • RRP: $55.50
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              This portrait of a marriage across the decades is an astonishing work of emotional wisdom (The New York Times). Beatrice and Henry--the parents of the protagonist of Dale Peck's debut novel, Martin and John--are first drawn together when the teenage Henry is battling a brain tumo...r he believes will soon claim his life. But forty years later they're still a couple, in a story that moves from Long Island to the Finger Lakes of upstate New York, and from love to hate and back again. Peck bisects the story of Henry and Beatrice's marriage with a stunning fifty-page memoir about his own father, mother, and three stepmothers--which combines with the primary narrative to build an unforgettable and deeply moving book about the ways that family both creates and destroys us.
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              ISBN 9781721353347
              Released NZ 13 Aug 2019
              Publisher Brilliance Corporation
              Interest Age General Audience
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