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Three Nights in August

Buzz Bissinger; read by Jeffrey Nordling

The Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Friday Night Lights follows baseball's 2004 National League Champion St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony LaRussa through a three-game series with the arch-rival Chicago Cubs. Learn More
Thinking Again

by Jan Morris; read by Jennifer M. Dixon


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Jan Morris, one of "Britain's greatest living writers" (Times, UK), returns with this whimsical yet deeply affecting volume on life as a redoubtable nonagenarian. Learn More
They Don't Need to Understand

by Andy Biersack, Ryan J. Downey; read by Andy Biersack

Before he was the charismatic singer of Black Veil Brides and an accomplished solo artist under the Andy Black moniker, he was Andrew Dennis Biersack, an imaginative and creative kid in Cincinnati, Ohio, struggling with anxiety, fear, loneliness, and the impossible task of fitting in. With his trademark charm, clever wit, and insightful analysis, Biersack tells the story of his childhood and adolescence. Learn More
They Bled Blue

by Jason Turbow; read by Jason Turbow

The wildly entertaining narrative of the outrageous 1981 Dodgers from the award-winning author of Dynastic, Fantastic, Bombastic, and The Baseball Codes. Learn More
There Is No Me Without You

Melissa Fay Greene; read by Julie Fain Lawrence

The National Book award finalist puts a human face on the AIDS crisis in Africa. Learn More
Theodore Roosevelt

by Benjamin J. Wetzel; read by Bob Souer

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Theodore Roosevelt: Preaching from the Bully Pulpit traces Roosevelt's personal religious odyssey from youthful faith and pious devotion to a sincere but more detached adult faith. Based in large part on personal correspondence and unpublished archival materials, this book offers a new interpretation of an extremely significant historical figure. Learn More
That Time of Year

by Garrison Keillor; read by Garrison Keillor

With the warmth and humor we've come to know, the creator and host of A Prairie Home Companion shares his own remarkable story. Learn More
Tesla

by Richard Munson; read by Charles Constant

Though Tesla's inventions transformed our world, his true originality is shown in the visionary ambitions he failed to achieve. Learn More
Teenage Diaries

Radio Diaries; hosted by Joe Richman

Since 1996, the Teenage Diaries series has given tape recorders to young people around the country. Learn More
Switched On

by Albert Glinsky, foreword by Francis Ford Coppola; read by Tim Campbell

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available July

Based off of the author's extensive research, this is the authorized biography of Robert Moog, inventor of the electronic synthesizer, which changed the world of music. Learn More
The Suspicions of Mr. Whicher

Kate Summerscale; read by Simon Vance

A provocative work of nonfiction that reads like a Victorian thriller, and in it author Kate Summerscale has fashioned a brilliant, multilayered narrative that is as cleverly constructed as it is beautifully written. Learn More
summertime

by Richard Crawford; read by David Colacci

Acclaimed music historian Richard Crawford traces the arc of Gershwin's remarkable life, seamlessly blending colorful anecdotes with a discussion of Gershwin's unforgettable oeuvre.
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Strong Ties

by Katharine Ogden Michaels; read by Janet Metzger

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An in-depth look at the life of Oakland, California native, Barclay Simpson, Strong Ties focuses on the set of convictions and leadership qualities that allowed Simpson to build a successful business from nothing and to become one of the major philanthropists in the San Francisco Bay Area. Learn More
Street Poison

Justin Gifford; read by J. D. Jackson

The first and definitive biography of one of America's bestselling, notorious, and influential writers of the twentieth century: Iceberg Slim, nee Robert Beck, author of the multimillion-copy memoir Pimp and such equally popular novels as Trick Baby and Mama Black Widow. Learn More
The Story of Motown

by Peter Benjaminson; read by Sean Crisden

A re-release of the first book ever published in America about the legendary Motown Record Company, with a new foreword by legendary music journalist Greil Marcus.
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The Storm

by Christopher Zyda; read by Paul Boehmer

Christopher Zyda confronts the long-buried and painful memories of his harrowing fifteen-year journey in The Storm: One Voice from the AIDS Generation, a heart-wrenching love story and coming-of-age tale during the early years of the AIDS crisis in Los Angeles. Learn More
The Statesman and the Storyteller

Mark Zwonitzer; read by Joe Barrett

In the tradition of the bestselling historical works of David McCullough, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Stephen Ambrose, and Walter Isaacson, award-winning documentarian Mark Zwonitzer brings two extraordinary American figures—and friends—into the spotlight at a time when their country was taking center stage in the world. Learn More
Stand Up Straight and Sing!

by Jessye Norman; read by Mia Ellis

In Stand Up Straight and Sing!, Jessye Norman recalls in rich detail the strong women who were her role models, from her ancestors to family friends, relatives, and teachers. Learn More
A Spy Named Orphan

by Roland Philipps; read by Jonathan Cowley

A Spy Named Orphan is the first full biography of one of the most intriguing and important spies of the twentieth century. Learn More
South with the Sun

Lynne Cox; read by Christine Williams

Roald Amundsen, “the last of the Vikings,” left his mark on the Heroic Era as one of the most successful polar explorers ever. Learn More
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