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Corkhill, Raphael

Overview
Works: 28 works in 76 publications in 1 language and 1,190 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  Juvenile works  Children's audiobooks  Paranormal fiction  Novels  Horror fiction  Gothic fiction  Vampire fiction  Detective and mystery fiction  Action and adventure fiction 
Roles: Narrator
Classifications: PZ7.D6475, FIC
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by Raphael Corkhill
Dracul by Dacre Stoker( Recording )

2 editions published in 2018 in English and held by 192 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

It is 1868, and a 22-year-old Bram Stoker has locked himself inside an abbey's tower to face off against a vile and ungodly beast, armed with mirrors and crucifixes and holy water and a gun, kept company by a bottle of plum brandy, praying to survive a single night, the longest of his life. Desperate to leave a record of what he has witnessed, Bram scribbles out the events that led him here
A dark inheritance by Chris D'Lacey( Recording )

4 editions published in 2014 in English and held by 150 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

When Michael Malone discovers his supernatural ability to alter reality, he is recruited by an organization dedicated to investigating strange and paranormal phenomena. He joins in hopes of finding his father, who mysteriously vanished three years earlier. Stakes are high as Michael learns to harness his newfound ability and uncover the deadly truth about his father's disappearance
Dear George, Dear Mary : a novel of George Washington's first love by Mary Calvi( Recording )

6 editions published in 2019 in English and held by 131 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Did unrequited love spark a flame that ignited a cause that became the American Revolution? Never before has this story about George Washington been told. Crafted from hundreds of letters, witness accounts, and journal entries, Mary Calvi explores George's relationship with his first love, New York heiress Mary Philipse, the richest belle in Colonial America
A dark inheritance by Chris D'Lacey( )

6 editions published in 2014 in English and held by 115 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

When Michael Malone discovers his supernatural ability to alter reality, he is recruited by an organization dedicated to investigating strange and paranormal phenomena. He joins in hopes of finding his father, who mysteriously vanished three years earlier. Stakes are high as Michael learns to harness his newfound ability and uncover the deadly truth about his father's disappearance
Alexander's army by Chris D'Lacey( Recording )

3 editions published in 2015 in English and held by 112 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

When Michael Malone is assigned a new mystery to solve by the UNICORNE agency, he knows he's in for another strange and deadly adventure. This time, he is sent to a local comic shop, where UNICORNE agents have detected unusual activity--specifically the prominent display of a comic book starring a disturbingly familiar heroine
A crown of dragons by Chris D'Lacey( Recording )

11 editions published in 2016 in English and held by 107 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

When the UNICORNE agency asks him to use his paranormal abilities to investigate a dragon's scale, the same artifact his father was researching before he disappeared, Michael Malone believes he will finally be able to find out what happened to his father
To hold the bridge : an Old Kingdom novella and other tales by Garth Nix( )

2 editions published in 2015 in English and held by 68 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

An entertaining short-story collection from bestselling fantasy author Garth Nix, including an Old Kingdom novella, a short story set in the same world as Shade's Children, and another story set in the world of A Confusion of Princes. Garth Nix is renowned for his legendary fantasy works, but To Hold the Bridge showcases his versatility as the collection offers nineteen short stories from every genre of literature including science fiction, paranormal, realistic fiction, mystery, and adventure. Whether writing about vampires, detectives, ancient spirits, or odd jobs, Garth Nix's ability to pull his readers into new worlds is extraordinary
Alexander's Army by Chris D'Lacey( Recording )

4 editions published in 2015 in English and held by 44 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Michael Malone is assigned to investigate a local comic shop by the mysterious UNICORNE agency because they are displaying a comic book with a disturbingly familiar heroine--but he soon realizes that the sinister shop hides an invisible army come to life, with a menacing maniac at its head, and worse he does not know if he can trust his fellow agents
Upstate : a novel by James Wood( )

3 editions published in 2018 in English and held by 35 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

New Yorker book critic and award-winning author James Wood delivers an audiobook about a family struggling to connect with one another and find meaning in their own lives. In the years since his daughter Vanessa moved to America to become a professor of philosophy, Alan Querry has never been to visit. He has been too busy at home in northern England, holding together his business as a successful property developer. His younger daughter, Helen--a music executive in London--hasn't gone, either, and the two sisters, close but competitive, have never quite recovered from their parents' bitter divorce and the early death of their mother. But when Vanessa's new boyfriend sends word that she has fallen into a severe depression and that he's worried for her safety, Alan and Helen fly to New York and take the train to Saratoga Springs. Over the course of six wintry days in upstate New York, the Querry family begins to struggle with the questions that animate this profound and searching novel: Why do some people find living so much harder than others? Is happiness a skill that might be learned or a cruel accident of birth? Is reflection conducive to happiness or an obstacle to it? If, as a favorite philosopher of Helen's puts it, "the only serious enterprise is living," how should we live? Rich in subtle human insight, full of poignant and often funny portraits, and vivid with a sense of place, James Wood's Upstate is a powerful, intense, beautiful audiobook
Secret soldiers by Keely Hutton( Recording )

4 editions published in 2019 in English and held by 31 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Over a quarter million underage British boys fought on the Allied front lines of the Great War, but not all of them fought on the battlefield--some fought beneath it, as revealed in this middle-grade historical adventure about a deadly underground mission. Secret Soldiers follows the journey of Thomas, a thirteen-year-old coal miner, who lies about his age to join the Claykickers, a specialized crew of soldiers known as "tunnelers," in hopes of finding his missing older brother. Thomas works in the tunnels of the Western Front alongside three other soldier boys whose constant bickering and inexperience in mining may prove more lethal than the enemy digging toward them. But as they burrow deeper beneath the battlefield, the boys discover the men they hope to become and forge a bond of brotherhood. Secret Soldiers is another stunning story of strength, perseverance, and love from Keely Hutton
The maze at Windermere : a novel by Gregory Blake Smith( )

3 editions published in 2018 in English and held by 30 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"A dazzling high-wire act. I turned every page with a sense of wonder and excitement."--RICHARD RUSSOA richly layered novel of love, ambition, and duplicity, set against the storied seascape of Newport, Rhode Island A reckless wager between a tennis pro with a fading career and a drunken party guest--the stakes are an antique motorcycle and an heiress's diamond necklace--launches a narrative odyssey that braids together three centuries of aspiration and adversity. A witty and urbane bachelor of the Gilded Age embarks on a high-risk scheme to marry into a fortune; a young writer soon to make his mark turns himself to his craft with harrowing social consequences; an aristocratic British officer during the American Revolution carries on a courtship that leads to murder; and, in Newport's earliest days, a tragically orphaned Quaker girl imagines a way forward for herself and the slave girl she has inherited. In The Maze at Windermere Gregory Blake Smith weaves these intersecting worlds into a brilliant tapestry, charting a voyage across the ages into the maze of the human heart
Voices of a people's history of the United States by Howard Zinn( )

2 editions published in 2018 in English and held by 22 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The 10th Anniversary Edition of a top-selling Zinn with new material. Selected testimonies to living history-speeches, letters, poems, songs-left by the people who make history happen but are often left out of history books-women, workers, nonwhites. Introductions to the original texts by Zinn
Hunting the truth : memoirs of Beate and Serge Klarsfeld by Beate Klarsfeld( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 22 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In this dual audiobook memoir, Beate and Serge Klarsfeld tell the dramatic story of fifty years devoted to bringing Nazis to justiceThey were born on opposite sides of the Second World War: Beate grew up in the ruins of a defeated Weimar Germany, while Serge, a Jewish boy in France, was hiding in a cupboard when his father was arrested and sent to Auschwitz. They met on the Paris Métro and fell in love, and became famous when Beate slapped the face of the West German chancellor--a former Nazi--Kurt Georg Kiesinger. For the past half century, Beate and Serge Klarsfeld have hunted, confronted, prosecuted, and exposed Nazi war criminals all over the world, tracking down the notorious torturer Klaus Barbie in Bolivia and attempting to kidnap the former Gestapo chief Kurt Lischka on the streets of Cologne. They have been sent to prison for their beliefs and have risked their lives protesting anti-Semitism behind the Iron Curtain in South America and in the Middle East. They have been insulted and exalted, assaulted and heralded; they've received honors from presidents and letter bombs from neo-Nazis. They have fought relentlessly not only for the memory of all those who died in the Holocaust but also for modern-day victims of genocide and discrimination across the world. And they have done it all while raising their children and sustaining their marriage. Now, for the first time, in Hunting the Truth, a major memoir spoken in their alternating voices, Beate and Serge Klarsfeld tell the thrilling story of a lifetime dedicated to combating evil
Highland Crown by May McGoldrick( )

1 edition published in 2019 in English and held by 19 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Scottish pride, persuasion, and passion--this is Highland romance at its breathtaking best. From USA Today bestselling author May McGoldrick comes Highland Crown, the first book in the Royal Highlander series. Inverness, 1820Perched on the North Sea, this port town--by turns legendary and mythological--is a place where Highland rebels and English authorities clash in a mortal struggle for survival and dominance. Among the fray is a lovely young widow who possesses rare and special gifts. WANTED: Isabella Drummond A true beauty and trained physician, Isabella has inspired longing and mystery--and fury--in a great many men. Hunted by both the British government and Scottish rebels, she came to the Highlands in search of survival. But a dying ship's captain will steer her fate into even stormier waters. . .and her heart into flames. FOUND: Cinaed MackintoshCast from his home as a child, Cinaed is a fierce soul whose allegiance is only to himself. . . until Isabella saved his life--and added more risk to her own. Now, the only way Cinaed can keep her safe is to seek refuge at Dalmigavie Castle, the Mackintosh family seat. But when the scandalous truth of his past comes out, any chance of Cinaed having a bright future with Isabella is thrown into complete darkness. What will these two ill-fated lovers have to sacrifice to be together...for eternity?
Turning darkness into light by Marie Brennan( )

1 edition published in 2019 in English and held by 18 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Marie Brennan's Turning Darkness Into Light is a delightful fantasy of manners, the heir to the award-winning Natural History of Dragons series, a perfect stepping stone into an alternate Victorian-esque fantasy landscape. "Overwhelmingly fun."-io9 on The Tropic of Serpents As the renowned granddaughter of Isabella Camherst (Lady Trent, of the riveting and daring Draconic adventure memoirs) Audrey Camherst has always known she, too, would want to make her scholarly mark upon a chosen field of study. When Lord Gleinheigh recruits Audrey to decipher a series of ancient tablets holding the secrets of the ancient Draconean civilization, she has no idea that her research will plunge her into an intricate conspiracy, one meant to incite rebellion and invoke war. Alongside dearest childhood friend and fellow archeologist Kudshayn, Audrey must find proof of the conspiracy before it's too late
Nottingham by Nathan Makaryk( )

3 editions published in 2019 in English and held by 15 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

No king. No rules.England, 1191. King Richard is half a world away, fighting for God and his own ambition. Back home, his country languishes, bankrupt and on the verge of anarchy. People with power are running unchecked. People without are growing angry. And in Nottingham, one of the largest shires in England, the sheriff seems intent on doing nothing about it. As the leaves turn gold in the Sherwood Forest, the lives of six people--Arable, a servant girl with a secret, Robin and William, soldiers running from their pasts, Marion, a noblewoman working for change, Guy of Gisbourne, Nottingham's beleaguered guard captain, and Elena Gamwell, a brash, ambitious thief--become intertwined. And a strange story begins to spread ... Both a gripping historical epic and fascinating deconstruction of the Robin Hood legend, Nathan Makaryk's Nottingham mixes history and myth into a complex study of power--one that twists and turns far beyond the traditional tale of Sherwood Forest's iconic thief
The rule of three by A. J Smith( )

3 editions published in 2019 in English and held by 13 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

What would you do to survive the apocalypse? Jack Gee, hiking the New Zealand mountains, is blissfully unaware of the Hemorrhage virus sweeping the world. A desperate message from his wife, Dee, alerts him, and he must return to Hamilton. On the way, he is captured by man-eating monsters and taken to their meat locker. To escape, he will need to draw on all his experience as an outdoorsman, but first he must find the will to survive. Surrounded by Variants, Dee is trapped in her Hamilton basement with a group of survivors. With Jack missing, and dwindling food supplies, she must leave the basement, her only defense a Katana. The nightmare has just begun. Will they find each other in the chaos?
The Fallon legacy by Reagan O'Neal( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The thrilling conclusion to Robert Jordan's acclaimed Fallon trilogy traces the family's fortunes as it expands westward. The Fallon Legacy is the tale of a father and son who have never met but who share a destiny and drive born of their blood, with one struggling to hold our nation together and the other to expand it.Well past his prime, Robert Fallon now fights the battles of politics to save the country he cherishes from civil war. It is 1832, and the high tariffs that protect northern industry are crippling the South. President Andrew Jackson thinks force is the answer to the South's threats of secession. Robert must pay a final-hour visit to Washington, as an appeal to Jackson and Congress to pass a compromise tariff before the country is torn apart.Like his father and grandfather before him, James Fallon is a man of vision and iron will, determined to succeed. But where his forebears were men of the sea, he is a man of the land, the vast land of northern Mexico--a land called Texas.James sets out for Stephen Austin's colony of Americans with dreams of a horse-breeding empire. The land is harsh enough, but he soon learns that Fallon past harbors deadly shadows--Cordelia Applegate and Gerard Fourrier. With political influence, hired pistoleros, and Comanches, they seek to destroy all Fallons.But James has more pressing troubles. He and the other settlers, including Jim Bowie, Austin, and Sam Houston, are outraged as their rights of property come and go with the shifting winds of Mexican politics. Rumors of Santa Anna's rise to power in Mexico City have driven the Americans to prepare to fight for the land that has absorbed their sweat and blood.Santa Anna will soon be on the march to drive the yanquis out of Mexico, and events are moving swiftly toward the conflagration that will give birth to the Republic of Texas
The Fallon blood : a novel of the American Revolution by Reagan O'Neal( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

From phenomenally successful fantasy author Robert Jordan (The Wheel of Time) comes The Fallon Blood, a splendid story of the American Revolution, now for the first time in audiobook format. In 1765, Michael Fallon, an Irishman on the run from brutal English overlords, makes his way to Charleston, South Carolina, as an indentured servant. Bound over to Thomas Carver, a successful merchant, he quickly shows a knack for trade'and a disturbing attraction to Carver's beautiful, sensual daughter, Elizabeth. With luck and intelligence'and not without bloodshed'he rises into the rice-planting aristocracy of the Carolina Lowcountry, where a frontier spirit pulses beneath the superficial trappings of an agrarian society that is heading rapidly toward revolution. Michael Fallon hopes for peace. But the winds of war are rising, and the planter must become a privateer ... And the early dalliance with Elizabeth leaves a bitter aftertaste ... This audiobook follows the less familiar Southern course of the war, including the battles of Cowpens, King's Mountain, and Eutaw Springs (the bloodiest battle on the continent until Shiloh); and brings onto center stage such notables as Ben Franklin, Cornwallis, the Swamp Fox Francis Marion, the British Colonel "Butcher" tarleton, Colonel William Moultrie, the Marquis de Lafayette'and a true cast of thousands!
The Fallon pride by Reagan O'Neal( )

2 editions published in 2018 in English and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

From phenomenally successful fantasy author Robert Jordan (The Wheel of Time) comes The Fallon Pride, the second installment in the Fallon series, now for the first time in audiobook formatLike his father before him, Robert Fallon finds his destiny is also twisted around a double-edged fate, which will mark him for life--the unbearable attraction of forbidden love and the seductive call of war.As Captain of the Osprey, he has sailed the globe to avoid the woman he should not desire. But the rumblings of war are once again echoing across a struggling young nation and Robert must return to South Carolina.Waiting for him is the War of 1812. The British are attempting to reclaim the Colonies and the White House is in flames. From the ravines of Bladensburg to the bayous of New Orleans, Robert fights alongside the likes of Andrew Jackson and Jean Lafitte with a passion born of his Fallon blood--and a Fallon pride that will not let him fail
 
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