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The Song Poet

Kao Kalia Yang; read by Kao Kalia Yang

National Book Critics Circle Award Finalist

From the author of The Latehomecomer, a powerful memoir of her father, a Hmong song poet who sacrificed his gift for his children's future in America. Learn More
Something in the Blood

by David J. Skal; read by James Patrick Cronin

A groundbreaking biography reveals the haunted origins of the man who created Dracula and traces the psychosexual contours of late Victorian society. Learn More
Solitude & Company

by Silvana Paternostro, Contributing Author Edith Grossman; read by Robert Fass

An oral history biography of the legendary Latin American writer and Nobel laureate Gabriel García Márquez, brimming with atmosphere and insight. Learn More
Soldier, Priest, and God

by F. S. Naiden; read by Stephen Bel Davies

Soldier, Priest, and God, the first religious biography of Alexander, incorporates recent scholarship to provide a vivid and unique portrait of a remarkable leader. Learn More
So Much Things to Say

by Roger Steffens; read by Roger Steffens

So Much Things to Say is the definitive oral history of Bob Marley by one of the world's foremost reggae scholars. Learn More
So Much Longing in So Little Space

by Karl Ove Knausgaard; read by Matthew Waterson

A brilliant and personal examination by sensational and bestselling author Karl Ove Knausgaard of his Norwegian compatriot Edvard Munch, the famed artist best known for his iconic painting The Scream. Learn More
So Many Roads

David Browne; read by Sean Runnette

An acclaimed journalist sheds new light on one of rock’s most iconic bands. Learn More
Snowblind

by Robert Sabbag; read by Andrew Eiden

Called "a triumphant piece of reporting," Snowblind recounts the exploits of former cocaine smuggler Zachary Swan, chronicling his elaborate scams and outstanding success in the early 1970s. Learn More
Sisters and Rebels

by Jacquelyn Dowd Hall; read by Karen White

2020 PEN America Literary Award Winner

Grounded in decades of research, Sisters and Rebels unfolds an epic narrative of American history through the lives and works of three Southern women. Learn More
Sidecountry

by John Branch; read by Charles Constant

NEW! Now Available

New York Times reporter John Branch's riveting, humane pieces about ordinary people doing extraordinary things at the edges of the sporting world have won nearly every major journalism prize. Sidecountry gathers the best of Branch's work, featuring twenty of his favorites from the more than 2,000 pieces he has published in the paper. Learn More
Sid Meier's Memoir!

by Sid Meier; read by Charles Constant

The life and career of the legendary developer celebrated as the "godfather of computer gaming," and creator of Civilization. Learn More
Shula

by Mark Ribowsky; LJ Ganser

Spanning seven decades, the notorious loss of Super Bowl III, and an historic undefeated season with the Dolphins, Shula is the definitive biography of a coaching legend. Learn More
The Show Won't Go On

by Jeff Abraham & Burt Kearns; read by Michael Butler Murray

There has never been a show business book quite like The Show Won't Go On, the first comprehensive study of a bizarre phenomenon: performers who died onstage. Learn More
Sex Money Murder

by Jonathan Green; read by Keith Sellon-Wright

A searing portrait of the crack epidemic and the violent drug wars that once ravaged the Bronx. Learn More
The Seashell on the Mountaintop

Alan Cutler; read by Grover Gardner

How could a seashell get into a rock? And how could that rock get to the top of a mountain? The "seashell question" plagues 17th century thinkers who fervently believed the planet was young and the human race supreme. Learn More
Schlesinger

by Richard Aldous; read by Norman Dietz

Schlesinger: The Imperial Historian is the first major biography of preeminent historian and intellectual Arthur Schlesinger Jr., a defining figure in Kennedy's White House. Learn More
The Scandalous Lady W

by Hallie Rubenhold; read by Pearl Hewitt

It was the divorce that scandalized Georgian England . . . She was a spirited young heiress. He was a handsome baronet with a promising career in government. Their marriage had the makings of a fairy tale but ended as one of the most salacious and highly publicized divorces in history. Learn More
Said I Wasn't Gonna Tell Nobody

by James H. Cone; read by Bill Andrew Quinn

In this powerful and passionate memoir—his final work—James H. Cone describes the obstacles he overcame to find his voice, to respond to the signs of the times, and to offer a voice for those—like the parents who raised him in Bearden, Arkansas, in the era of lynching and Jim Crow—who had no voice. Learn More
The Saddest Words

by Michael Gorra; read by Joe Barrett

Interweaving biography, absorbing literary criticism, and rich travelogue, The Saddest Words recontextualizes Faulkner, revealing a civil war within him, while examining the most plangent cultural issues facing American literature today. Learn More
Ruthie Fear

by Maxim Loskutoff; read by Corey M. Snow

In this haunting parable of the American West, a young woman faces the violent past of her remote Montana valley. Learn More
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