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Perkins provides revealing new details about how he and others did their work. But, more importantly, in an explosive new section, he describes how the EHM tools are being used around the world more widely than ever - even in the United States. The cancer has metastasized, yet most people still aren't aware of it.
Fear and debt drive the EHM system. We are hammered with messages that terrify us into believing that we must pay any price, assume any debt, to stop the enemies who, we are told, lurk at our doorsteps. The EHM system - employing false economics, bribes, surveillance, deception, debt, coups, assassinations, and unbridled military power - has become the dominant system of economics, government, and society today. It has created what Perkins calls a "death economy". But Perkins offers hope: He concludes with dozens of specific, concrete suggestions for actions all of us can take to wrest control of our world away from the economic hit men and help give birth to a life economy.

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The world has changed. Now, when someone is murdered, they almost always come back to life—and there are professionals, called "dispatchers," who kill in order to save lives, to give those near the end a second chance. Tony Valdez is a dispatcher, and he has never been busier.
But for as much as the world has changed, some things have stayed the same. Greed, corruption and avarice are still in full swing. When Tony is called to a Chicago emergency room by an old friend and fellow dispatcher, he is suddenly and unwillingly thrown into a whirlpool of schemes and plots involving billions of dollars, with vast caches of wealth ranging from real estate to cryptocurrency up for grabs.
All Tony wants to do is keep his friend safe. But it’s hard to do when friends keep secrets, enemies offer seductive deals, and nothing is ever what it seems. The world has changed... but the stakes are still life and death.

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Welcome to the new world, in which murder is all but a thing of the past. When someone kills you, 999 times out of 1,000, you instantly come back to life. In this world, there are dispatchers—licensed killers who step in when you're at risk of a natural or unintentional death. They kill you—so you can live. Tony Valdez is used to working his job as a dispatcher within the rules of the law and the state. But times are tough, and more and more Tony finds himself riding the line between what's legal and what will pay his bills. After one of these shady gigs, and after being a witness to a crime gone horribly wrong, Tony discovers that people around him are dying, for reasons that make no sense…and which just may implicate him. Tony is running out of time: to solve the mystery of these deaths, to keep others from dying, and to keep himself from being a victim of what looks like murder, by other means.

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From master storyteller and Hugo Award-winner John Scalzi comes this Audible Original novella, winner of the 2017 Audie Award for Best Original Work. Emmy-nominated actor Zachary Quinto—best known for his roles as the Nimoy-approved Spock in the Star Trek reboot and the menacing, power-stealing serial killer Sylar in Heroes—brings his well-earned sci-fi credentials and simmering intensity to this genre-bending thriller.

One day, not long from now, it becomes almost impossible to murder anyone—999 times out of a thousand, anyone who is intentionally killed comes back. How? We don't know. But it changes everything: war, crime, daily life.

Enter Tony Valdez, professional Dispatcher. True to their name, these licensed assassins are tasked with humanely disposing of people in death’s crosshairs to offer them a second chance at avoiding the reaper. When a friend and fellow Dispatcher goes missing, Valdez is plunged into a web of intrigue both professional and personal.

It's a race against time for Valdez to find his friend before it's too late...before not even a Dispatcher can save him.

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Please note: This audio drama is for mature audiences only. It contains strong language, violence, and sexual content. Discretion is advised.

In an audio-exclusive experience, an all-star cast led by Aaron Paul, Krysten Ritter, and Nathalie Emmanuel performs the latest from James Patterson. The Coldest Case: A Black Book Audio Drama is the long-awaited prequel to Patterson’s #1 New York Times and USA Today bestseller The Black Book.

Detective Billy Harney is back, this time investigating a notorious Chicago drug ring along with his sister, Detective Patti Harney. Billy’s partner Kate has spent months infiltrating the cartel when suddenly several of its members turn up dead, Kate’s cover is blown, and a key informant disappears. Now the cartel is hell-bent on retrieving a mysterious "black book": the ledger containing the list of high-profile clients.

The more Billy investigates what’s in the black book, the more he’s pulled into dangerous network of corrupt politicians, vengeful billionaires, and violent, dark web conspiracies. Billy realizes there’s no one he can trust, and every step closer to the truth pushes his family closer to danger.

The Coldest Case is Patterson’s first audio-only thriller, and Audible has filled it with a fully immersive sound design, lightning fast pace, and powerful performances in every role. Each chapter ends with a jaw-dropping cliffhanger, making The Coldest Case one hell of a ride.

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