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Share in the childhood tales of A Girl Named Zippy. Hear Kenneth Branagh read Samuel Pepys' exuberant 17th-century diary. Be transformed by the extraordinary women of Half the Sky. You'll find these and other remarkable life stories under biography and memoir.

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Broken

by Paul LeBlanc; read by Adam Barr

Many of the systems built to serve people instead do more harm than good. In Broken, Dr. Paul LeBlanc, president of Southern New Hampshire University, draws on his experience working in one such system—education—to reconnect us to the human facets of serving people. In doing so, he charts a course for rebuilding and reinhabiting better systems across education, healthcare, criminal justice, government, and more. Learn More
The Brothers Vonnegut

Ginger Strand; read by Sean Runnette

Worlds collide in this true story of weather control in the Cold War era and the making of Kurt Vonnegut Learn More
Brutus

by Kathryn Tempest; read by Jennifer Dixon

A compelling new portrait of Marcus Brutus delves behind the ancient evidence to set aside the myths that surround the ancient world's most famous assassin. Learn More
Buckley and Mailer

Kevin M. Schultz; read by Peter Berkrot

A lively chronicle of the 1960s through the incredibly contentious and surprisingly close friendship of its two most colorful characters. Learn More
Building America

by Jean H. Baker; read by Laural Merlington

Building America masterfully narrates the life and legacy of a key figure in creating an American aesthetic in the new United States. Learn More
Burning Butch

by R/B Mertz; read by R/B Mertz

R/B Mertz's must-listen debut memoir. Learn More
Call the Midwife

Jennifer Worth; read by Nicola Barber

Companion to the PBS series. An unforgettable story of the joy of motherhood, the bravery of a community, and the hope of one extraordinary woman. Learn More
Call the Midwife: Farewell to the East End

Jennifer Worth; read by Nicola Barber

The final book in the trilogy begun by Jennifer Worth’s bestseller Call the Midwife, the basis for the popular PBS series. Learn More
Call the Midwife: Shadows of the Workhouse

Jennifer Worth; read by Nicola Barber

The sequel to Jennifer Worth’s New York Times bestselling memoir is a rich portrait of a bygone era of comradeship and midwifery populated by unforgettable characters. Learn More
Callings

Dave Isay; read by the author

2016 Voice Arts Award Nominee

Stories of passion, courage, and commitment, following individuals as they pursue the work they were born to do, from StoryCorps founder Dave Isay. Learn More
Calvin Peete

by Gordon Hobson; read by Jaime Lincoln Smith

NEW! Now Available

The first-ever biography of an overlooked PGA star and one of the best Black golfers in history. Learn More
Camgirl

by Isa Mazzei; read by Isa Mazzei


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From the "former sex worker taking Hollywood by storm" (The Daily Beast), comes a candid and hilarious memoir of sex work, shame, and self-discovery set in the colorful world of live-streaming camgirls. Learn More
Camilla

by Angela Levin; read by Ana Clements

A compelling new biography of Camilla, Queen Consort, that reveals how she transformed her role and established herself as one of the key members of the royal family. Learn More
Captain in Calico

George MacDonald Fraser; read by Derek Perkins

Scottish author George MacDonald Fraser was famed for his legendary Flashman series, featuring the incorrigible knave Harry Flashman, a soldier in the imperial British army. In the colorful standalone Captain in Calico, the first novel he ever wrote but which has never been published, Fraser introduces another real-life anti-hero: Captain John Rackham, called Calico Jack, an illustrious eighteenth-century pirate who marauded the Caribbean seas. Learn More
Carville's Cure

by Pam Fessler; read by Pam Ward

The unknown story of the only leprosy colony in the continental United States, and the thousands of Americans who were exiled—hidden away with their "shameful" disease. Learn More
Casting Lots

Susan Silverman; read by Xe Sands

From activist, speaker, mother of five, and rabbi Susan Silverman (sister of comedian Sarah): a funny, moving, sparkling memoir about home, identity, family, and faith. Learn More
The Centrist Solution

by Senator Joseph I. Lieberman; read by Rich Miller

Senator Joseph Lieberman offers a master class in effective government by probing his forty years in elective office—from the Vietnam War era to the Presidency of Barack Obama—and by shining a light on historic acts of centrism and compromise, extracting productive and problem-solving lessons and techniques we need now more than ever.
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Charlotte Bronte

Claire Harman; read by Corrie James

On the 200th anniversary of Charlotte Bronte's birth, the definitive biography of this extraordinary novelist, by acclaimed literary biographer Claire Harman. Learn More
Cherry on Top

by Bobbie Brown & Caroline Ryder; narrated by Bobbie Brown

Life isn't easy when you're single, pushing fifty, and still haunted by the ghosts of your rock 'n' roll past—but if anyone can find the funny in it, Bobbie can. Learn More
Chopin's Piano

by Paul Kildea; read by Matthew Waterson

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
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