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The Colony

by Sally Denton; read by Ann Richardson

An investigation into the November 2019 killings of nine women and children in Northern Mexico—an event that drew international attention—The Colony examines the strange, little-understood world of a polygamist Mormon outpost. Learn More
The Colour of God

by Ayesha S. Chaudhry; read by Ayesha S. Chaudhry

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Braiding together Western, South Asian, and Qur'anic storytelling styles, the author illuminates what it means to exist in a world that demands something different from each of her identities. With lyrical prose and scholarly precision, she weaves her personal experiences with incisive social commentary to uncover the meaning of faith and belonging, love and betrayal, family and womanhood. Learn More
Combat Love

by Alisyn Camerota; read by Alisyn Camerota

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Two-time Emmy-award-winning CNN anchor Alisyn Camerota retraces her steps down an often gritty path toward her dream of becoming a journalist. At times heartbreaking and pulse-pounding, Combat Love is an inspiration for anyone who's ever searched for that elusive place called home. Learn More
Combee

by Dr. Edda L. Fields-Black; read by Machelle Williams

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The story of the Combahee River Raid, one of Harriet Tubman's most extraordinary accomplishments, based on original documents and written by a descendant of one of the participants. Learn More
The Cost of Living

by Deborah Levy; read by Henrietta Meire


AudioFile 2018 Best Audiobook
AudioFile Earphones Winner

A searching examination of all the dimensions of love, marriage, mourning, and kinship from two-time Booker Prize finalist Deborah Levy. Learn More
The Covent Garden Ladies

by Hallie Rubenhold; read by Lucy Rayner

The Covent Garden Ladies tells the story of Samuel Derrick, Jack Harris, and Charlotte Hayes, whose complicated and colorful lives were brought together by the publication of Harris's List, an infamous guidebook of prostitutes which detailed addresses, physical characteristics, and "specialties." Learn More
The Critic's Daughter

by Priscilla Gilman; read by Priscilla Gilman

AudioFile Earphone Award Winner

An exquisitely rendered portrait of a unique father-daughter relationship and a moving memoir of family and identity. Learn More
The Cross and the Lynching Tree

by James H. Cone; read by Leon Nixon

The cross and the lynching tree are the two most emotionally charged symbols in the history of the African American community. In this powerful work, theologian James H. Cone explores these symbols and their interconnection in the history and souls of black folk. Learn More
Crystal Eastman

by Amy Aronson; read by Elizabeth Wiley

As the first biography of Crystal Eastman, this book gives renewed voice to a woman who spoke freely and passionately in debates still raging today—gender equality and human rights, nationalism and globalization, political censorship and media control, worker benefits and family balance, and the monumental questions of war, sovereignty, and freedom. Learn More
Dance or Die

by Ahmad Joudeh; read by Neil Shah

A Syria-born dancer offers his deeply personal story of war, statelessness, and the pursuit of the art of dance in this inspirational memoir. Learn More
Daughter of the Dragon

by Yunte Huang; read by Rebecca Lam

A trenchant reclamation of the Chinese American movie star, whose battles against cinematic exploitation and endemic racism are set against the currents of twentieth-century history. Learn More
Dead Blondes and Bad Mothers

by Sady Doyle; read by Chloe Cannon

Sady Doyle, hailed as "smart, funny, and fearless" by the Boston Globe, takes listeners on a tour of the female dark side, from the biblical Lilith to Dracula's Lucy Westenra, from the T-Rex in Jurassic Park to the teen witches of The Craft. Learn More
Dear Scott, Dearest Zelda

by F. Scott Fitzgerald & Zelda Fitzgerald; Edited by Jackson R. Bryer and Cathy W. Barks; read by Mike Chamberlain & Amy Landon

Through his alcoholism and her mental illness, his career lows and her institutional confinement, F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald's devotion to each other endured for over twenty-two years. Now, for the first time, we have the story of their love in the couple's own letters. Learn More
Dirty Dealing

by Gary Cartwright; read by J. Rodney Turner

A must-listen book from Gary Cartwright, the author of Blood Will Tell and Galveston. Learn More
Dispatches From Puerto Nowhere

by Robert Lopez; read by Lee Osorio

In Dispatches From Puerto Nowhere: An American Story of Assimilation and Erasure, Robert Lopez paints a compassionate portrait of family that attempts to bridge the past to the present, and reclaim a heritage threatened by assimilation and erasure. Learn More
Do Everything

by Christopher H. Evans; read by Elizabeth Wiley

The first biography of Frances Willard to be published in over thirty-five years, Do Everything explores Willard's life, her contributions as a reformer, and her broader legacy as a women's rights activist in the United States. Learn More
The Doctors Blackwell

by Janice P. Nimura; read by Laural Merlington

2022 Pulitzer Prize Finalist in Biography
One of Apple's Most Anticipated Books of Winter 2021

From Bristol, Paris, and Edinburgh to the rising cities of antebellum America, this richly researched new biography celebrates two complicated pioneers who exploded the limits of possibility for women in medicine. Learn More
The Dogs of Avalon

by Laura Schenone; read by Esther Wane

In this David versus Goliath story (including the rescue of her own dog, Lily), Laura Schenone takes us into a complex world of impassioned people who stood up for millions of animals. Learn More
Einstein's Wife

by Allen Esterson & David C. Cassidy; read by Elizabeth Wiley

Was Einstein's first wife his uncredited coauthor, unpaid assistant, or his unacknowledged helpmeet? The real “Mileva Story.” Learn More
Empress

by Ruby Lal; read by Suzanne Toren

Four centuries ago, a Muslim woman ruled an empire. Her legend still lives, but her story was lost—until now. Learn More
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