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The Education of a Coroner

by John Bateson; Kirby Heyborne

Complete with poignant anecdotes, The Education of a Coroner provides a firsthand and fascinating glimpse into the daily life of a public servant whose work is dark and mysterious yet necessary for society to function. Learn More
Liner Notes

by Loudon Wainwright III; read by Loudon Wainwright III

2018 Audie Finalist

Liner Notes is a must-read memoir from one of the music scene's greatest cult heroes. Learn More

by Kapka Kassabova; read by Corrie James

Baillie Gifford Prize Shortlist
Saltire Literary Awards Shortlist
Kirkus Best of 2017 2018 National Book Critics Circle Awards Finalist

Border is a scintillating, immersive travel narrative that is also a shadow history of the Cold War, a sideways look at the migration crisis troubling Europe, and a deep, witchy descent into interior and exterior geographies. Learn More

by Jon Kerstetter; read by Paul Woodson

As a medic and officer in Iraq, Jon Kerstetter balanced two impossibly conflicting imperatives—to heal and to kill. In Crossings, he beautifully illuminates war and survival, the fragility of the human body, and the strength of will that lies within. Learn More
It Takes Two

by Jonathan Scott and Drew Scott; read by Jonathan Scott and Drew Scott

Publishers Weekly Bestseller

Jonathan and Drew Scott, known for their wildly popular HGTV shows including Property Brothers and Brother vs Brother, follow up their New York Times bestseller, Dream Home, with a highly anticipated memoir. Learn More
The Best of Us

by Joyce Maynard; read by Joyce Maynard

From New York Times bestselling author Joyce Maynard, The Best of Us is a memoir about discovering strength in the midst of great loss. Learn More
A Sick Life

by Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins

Hailed by Rolling Stone as "the most effervescent and soulful girl group anyone has seen since the Supremes," five-time Grammy Award winning supergroup TLC has seen phenomenal fame and success. But backstage, Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins has lived a dual life. Learn More
After the Eclipse

by Sarah Perry; read by Emily Woo Zeller

Book Page Best of 2017
AudioFile Earphones Winner

After the Eclipse is a fierce memoir of a mother's murder, a daughter's coming-of-age in the wake of immense loss, and her ultimate mission to know the woman who gave her life. Learn More

by Jessica Bruder; read by Karen White

Library Journal Best Book
Kirkus Best of 2017
New York Times Notable Book

Nomadland is a revelatory work of in-depth narrative journalism about a new American workforce and a shift away from retirement as we know it. Learn More
The Glass Eye

by Jeannie Vanasco; read by Julie McKay

Indie Next List

The night before her father dies, eighteen-year-old Jeannie Vanasco promises she will write a book for him. But this isn't the book she imagined. A brilliant exploration of the human psyche, The Glass Eye deepens our definitions of love, sanity, grief, and recovery. Learn More
Fire Road

by Kim Phuc Phan Thi, translated by Ashley Wiersma; read by Emily Woo Zeller

2018 Audie Winner
AudioFile Earphones Award Winner

Fire Road is a story of horror and hope, a harrowing tale of a life changed in an instant―and the power and resilience that can only be found in the power of God's mercy and love. Learn More
Nine Continents

by Xiaolu Guo; read by Emily Woo Zeller

2017 National Book Critics Circle Awards Winner

Xiaolu Guo is one of the most acclaimed Chinese-born writers of her generation, an iconoclastic and completely contemporary voice. Her vivid, poignant memoir, Nine Continents is the story of a curious mind coming of age in an inhospitable country, and her determination to seek a life beyond the limits of its borders. Learn More
Hank and Jim

by Scott Eyman; read by David Colacci

Kirkus Best of 2017

New York Times bestselling author Scott Eyman tells the story of the remarkable friendship of two Hollywood legends who, though different in many ways, maintained a close friendship that endured all of life’s twists and turns. Learn More
Furnishing Eternity

by David Giffels; read by Eric Michael Summerer

From the acclaimed author of The Hard Way on Purpose, a vibrant, heartfelt memoir about confronting mortality, surviving loss, finding resilience in one's Midwest roots and seeking a father's wisdom through an unusual woodworking project—constructing his own coffin. Learn More
Saving Tarboo Creek

by Scott Freeman; read by Mike Chamberlain

In the proud tradition of Aldo Leopold's A Sand County Almanac, Saving Tarboo Creek is both a timely tribute to our land and a bold challenge to protect it. Learn More
This Narrow Space

by Elisha Waldman; read by Barry Abrams

This Narrow Space is Elisha Waldman's deeply affecting and poignant memoir of the seven years he spent taking care of children—Israeli Jews, Muslims, and Christians; Palestinian Arabs from the West Bank and Gaza—with one devastating thing in common: they had all been diagnosed with some form of pediatric cancer. Learn More
Dressed Up for a Riot

by Michael Idov; read by Michael Idov

In Dressed Up for a Riot, Idov writes openly, sensitively, and stingingly about life in Moscow and his place in a media apparatus that sometimes undermined but more often bolstered a state system defined by cynicism, corruption, and the fanning of fake news. With humor and intelligence, he offers a close-up glimpse of what a declining world power can become. Learn More
The Neuroscientist Who Lost Her Mind

by Barbara K. Lipska; read by Emma Powell

As a deadly cancer spread inside her brain, leading neuroscientist Barbara Lipska was plunged into madness—only to miraculously survive with her memories intact. In the tradition of My Stroke of Insight and Brain on Fire, this powerful memoir recounts her ordeal and explains its unforgettable lessons about the brain and mind. Learn More
Things That Make White People Uncomfortable

by Michael Bennett; contributing author Dave Zirin; read by JD Jackson

Written with award-winning sportswriter and author Dave Zirin, Things That Make White People Uncomfortable is a sports book for our times, a sports memoir and manifesto as hilarious as it is revealing. Learn More
Things That Helped

by Jessica Friedmann; read by Shiromi Arserio

In Things That Helped Jessica Friedmann navigates her recovery from postpartum depression in a wide-ranging collection of personal essays. Learn More
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