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Fly Girls

by Keith O'Brien; read by Erin Bennett

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New York Times Bestseller
Amazon's Best Book of the Month
Shelf Awareness Best Books of the Year 2018

Like Hidden Figures and Girls of Atomic City, Fly Girls celebrates a little-known slice of history wherein tenacious, trail-blazing women braved all obstacles to achieve greatness. Learn More
Heads of the Colored People

by Nafissa Thompson-Spires; read by Adenrele Ojo

2019 Audie Finalist
2019 PEN America Literary Award Longlist
National Book Award Fiction Longlist 2018
2018 Kirkus Prize Finalist
Kirkus Best of 2018
NPR Best of 2018

Calling to mind the best works of Paul Beatty and Junot Díaz, this collection of moving, timely, and darkly funny stories examines the concept of black identity in this so-called post-racial era. Learn More
All You Can Ever Know

by Nicole Chung; read by Janet Song

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2019 PEN America Literary Awards Longlist
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NPR Best of 2018
Library Journal Best Book 2018
2019 National Book Critics Circle Award

What does it mean to lose your roots—within your culture, within your family—and what happens when you find them? Learn More
Burning Down the Haus

by Tim Mohr; read by Matthew Lloyd Davies

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AudioFile Earphones Winner
BookPage Best Books of 2018

Rollicking, cinematic, deeply researched, highly readable, and thrillingly topical, Burning Down the Haus brings to life the young men and women who successfully fought authoritarianism three chords at a time—and is a fiery testament to the irrepressible spirit of resistance. Learn More
Sugar Run

by Mesha Maren; read by Hillary Huber

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Indie Next List

Set within the charged insularity of rural West Virginia, Sugar Run is a searing and gritty debut about making a run for another life. Learn More
The Collector’s Apprentice

by B. A. Shapiro; read by Xe Sands

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Indie Next List

B. A. Shapiro presents an unforgettable tale about the lengths to which people will go for their obsession, whether it be art, money, love, or vengeance. Learn More
Chopin's Piano

by Paul Kildea; read by Matthew Waterson

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The captivating story of Frédéric Chopin and the fate of both his Mallorquin piano and musical Romanticism from the early nineteenth to the mid-twentieth century. Learn More
How to Be a Good Creature

by Sy Montgomery; read by Sy Montgomery

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National Book Award finalist Sy Montgomery reflects on the personalities and quirks of 13 animals—her friends—who have profoundly affected her in this stunning, poetic, and life-affirming memoir. Learn More
Feuding Fan Dancers

by Leslie Zemeckis; read by Christa Lewis

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Leslie Zemeckis continues to discover the forgotten feminist histories of the golden age of entertainment, turning her sights on the lost stories of Sally Rand and Faith Bacon—icons who each claimed to be the inventor of the notorious fan dance.
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Cherry Blossoms

by Kim Hooper; read by Peter Berkrot

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From the author of the critically acclaimed debut People Who Knew Me comes the story of one man's determination to abandon his will to live. Learn More

by Silas House; read by Charlie Thurston

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Indie Next List

Southernmost is a tender and heartbreaking novel about love and its consequences, both within the South and beyond. Learn More
Still Lives

by Maria Hummel; read by Tavia Gilbert

Reese Witherspoon's Hello Sunshine August Book Pick

A young editor at a Los Angeles art museum finds herself pulled into the disturbing and dangerous world of a famous artist who goes missing on the opening night of her exhibition. Set against a culture that too often fetishizes violence against women, Still Lives is a page-turning exodus into the art world's hall of mirrors, and one woman's journey into the belly of an industry flooded with money and secrets. Learn More
Meg, Jo, Beth, Amy

by Anne Boyd Rioux; read by Kimberly Farr

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Library Journal Best Books 2018

As the beloved classic celebrates its 150th anniversary, discover the story of the novel that captured the imaginations of generations of girls. Learn More
Cry Wilderness

by Frank Capra; read by Tim Campbell

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Cry Wilderness is a recently discovered unpublished novel by the famed director, Frank Capra. Learn More

by Patrick Süskind, Translated by John E. Woods; read by Nigel Patterson

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An acclaimed bestseller and international sensation, Patrick Suskind's classic novel provokes a terrifying examination of what happens when one man's indulgence in his greatest passion—his sense of smell—leads to murder. Learn More
Black Flags, Blue Waters

by Eric Jay Dolin; read by Paul Brion

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With surprising tales of vicious mutineers, imperial riches, and high-seas intrigue, Black Flags, Blue Waters vividly reanimates the "Golden Age" of piracy in the Americas. Learn More

by Autumn Chiklis; read by Autumn Chiklis

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A humorous debut crossover young adult novel about what happens when entering the "real world" means moving back in with your mother, inspired by actress and celebrity Autumn Chiklis' real life. Learn More
Black Swan Rising

by Lisa Brackmann; read by Christina Delaine

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Sarah Price wants a career in politics. But she has a secret past that won't stay past, threatening her job on a San Diego congressman's reelection campaign. Learn More
Go to My Grave

by Catriona McPherson; Pearl Hewitt

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From the Agatha-award winning author of Quiet Neighbors comes a clever, spine-tingling standalone that reads like Agatha Christie's take on a Gothic thriller. Learn More
The Conspiracy against the Human Race

by Thomas Ligotti, Foreword by Ray Brassier; read by Eric Martin

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In Thomas Ligotti's first nonfiction outing, an examination of the meaning (or meaninglessness) of life through an insightful, unsparing argument that proves the greatest horrors are not the products of our imagination but instead are found in reality. Learn More
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