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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
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
Russell Rules

Bill Russell with David Falkner; read by Rif Hutton

More than any other sports figure of the modern era, Bill Russell combined sheer athletic dominance with a depth of character that truly set him apart, both on and off the basketball court. Learn More
Red Paint

by Sasha LaPointe; read by Sasha LaPointe

NEW! Now Available
A NYLON Must-Read Book of the Month
A Bustle Most Anticipated Book of the Month

An Indigenous artist blends the aesthetics of punk rock with the traditional spiritual practices of the women in her lineage in this bold, contemporary journey to reclaim her heritage and unleash her power and voice while searching for a permanent home. Learn More
Reckless Daughter

by David Yaffe; read by Xe Sands

Washington Post Notable Book

Reckless Daughter tells the story of Joni Mitchell and also of the fertile, exciting musical time of which she was an integral part, one that had a profound effect that can still be felt today on American music and the industry. Learn More
The Receptionist (Digital Edition)

Janet Groth; read by Susanna Burney

Janet Groth’s seductive and entertaining look back at her 21 years (1957 to 1978—the William Shawn years) of lateral trajectory at America’s most literary of institutions. Learn More
The Receptionist

Janet Groth; read by Judith West

Janet Groth’s seductive and entertaining look back at her 21 years (1957 to 1978—the William Shawn years) of lateral trajectory at America’s most literary of institutions. Learn More
Real Estate

by Deborah Levy; read by Henrietta Meire

In this vibrant memoir, Deborah Levy employs her characteristic indelible writing, sharp wit, and acute insights to craft a searing examination of womanhood and ownership. Learn More
Queen Victoria

by Michael Ledger-Lomas; read by Anne Flosnik

This biography evokes the pervasive importance of religion to Queen Victoria's life but also that life's centrality to the religion of Victorians around the globe. The first comprehensive exploration of Victoria's religiosity, it shows how moments in her life—from her accession to her marriage and her successive bereavements—enlarged how she defined and lived her faith. Learn More
Practical Equality

by Robert Tsai; read by David Shih

A path-breaking account of how Americans have used innovative legal measures to overcome injustice—and an indispensable guide to pursuing equality in our time. Learn More
Pop Song

by Larissa Pham; read by Cindy Kay


National Book Critics Circle Award John Leonard Prize Finalist
A Buzzfeed Most Anticipated Book of the Year
A Literary Hub Most Anticipated Book of the Year
One of The Millions' Most Anticipated Books of the Year

Like a song that feels written just for you, Larissa Pham's debut work of nonfiction captures the imagination and refuses to let go. Learn More
Playing Dead

by Monique Faison Ross, with Gary M. Krebs; read by Janina Edwards

Monique Faison Ross presents her must-listen memoir Playing Dead. Learn More
Pay Day

by ReShonda Tate Billinglsey & Richelle Denise; read by Janina Edwards & Leon Nixon

When the office lotto pool lands the winning ticket for four friends, each will embark on journeys that change their lives forever. Learn More
The Pact

George Jenkins, Sampson Davis, and Rameck Hunt with Lisa Frazier Page; read by George Jenkins, Sampson Davis, and Rameck Hunt

The Pact is an extraordinary testament to the power of male friendship. Learn More
Overcome

by Amber van de Bunt; read by Amber van de Bunt

With humor, alacrity, and profound insight, Amber van de Bunt reveals her deepest, darkest secrets and pulls no punches—least of all with herself. Learn More
Out of the Shadows

by Emily Midorikawa

Queen Victoria's reign was an era of breathtaking social change, but it did little to create a platform for women to express themselves. But not so within the social sphere of the séance—a mysterious, lamp-lit world on both sides of the Atlantic, in which women who craved a public voice could hold their own. Learn More
Out of the Shadows

by Emily Midorikawa; read by Rachael Beresford

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

Queen Victoria's reign was an era of breathtaking social change, but it did little to create a platform for women to express themselves. But not so within the social sphere of the séance—a mysterious, lamp-lit world on both sides of the Atlantic, in which women who craved a public voice could hold their own. Learn More
Our Revolution

by Honor Moore;Read by Honor Moore

A daughter's memoir of her mother evolves beautifully into a narrative of the far-reaching changes in women’s lives in the twentieth century.
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Ordinary Girls

by Jaquira Diaz; read by Almarie Guerra


Indie Next List
Oprah Magazine's 33 Must-Read Books of Fall 2019

A fierce, beautiful, and unflinching memoir from a wildly talented debut author. Learn More
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