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Mark Billingham; read by Simon Prebble

Mark Billingham’s arresting debut novel Sleepyhead, an international bestseller, is a mesmerizing, psychological thriller. Tense and unnerving, this menacing tale of obsession is as scathingly witty as it is bone chilling, and it introduces a stunning new talent in detective fiction. Learn More
Scaredy Cat

Mark Billingham; read by Simon Prebble

Billingham’s debut, Sleepyhead. featured what USA Today called among “the creepiest serial killers to be found between the pages of a book.” But Billingham manages to up the ante with Scaredy Cat, where killing becomes a team sport. . . . Learn More
The Gun Seller

Hugh Laurie; read by Simon Prebble

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The irresistible tale of a former Scots Guard-turned-hired gun, a freelance soldier of fortune who also happens to be one heck of a nice guy. Learn More

Sonke Neitzel and Harald Welzer; read by Simon Prebble

A trove of previously unpublished, transcribed conversations among German POWs—secretly recorded by the Allies—reveals the extent of their brutality and changes our understanding of the mind-set of the German soldier during World War II. Learn More
The Song of Names

Norman Lebrecht; read by Simon Prebble

Lebrecht’s award-winning novel unravels the complex strands of love, envy, and exploitation that bind artistic geniuses to their admirers. Learn More
Casanova in Bolzano

Sándor Márai; read by Simon Prebble

Another rediscovered masterpiece from the author of Embers: an erotically charged novel about Casanova's fateful encounter with the woman who finally defeats him. Learn More
From the Dead

Mark Billingham; read by Paul Thornley

In the ninth Tom Thorne novel, a man long thought killed by his long-suffering wife, turns up alive. And other people begin to turn up dead. Learn More
Innocent Victims

Minette Walters; read by Simon Prebble

Two suspenseful #1 international bestsellers about murder, past and present-day. One is based on a true story; the other is a tale of bigotry, loyalty, and ambition. Learn More
A Single Man

Christopher Isherwood; read by Simon Prebble

A gay man copes with the death of his partner in Isherwood’s classic novel, now a film written and directed by Tom Ford. Learn More
Last Orders

Graham Swift; read by Simon Prebble, Gigi Marceau Clarke, Jenny Sterlin, Ian Stewart, Gerard Doyle, Simon Jones, Dominic Hawksley

Set in Southeast England, friendship and love among a group of men whose lives have been intertwined since World War II. When one dies, the survivors are brought together and are forced to take stock of the paths their lives have taken, by choice and by accident, since the war. Learn More

Peter Longerich; translated by Alan Bance, Jeremy Noakes, and Lesley Sharpe; read by Simon Prebble

From renowned German holocaust historian Peter Longerich comes the definitive, one-volume biography of Hitler’s Minister of Propaganda, Joseph Goebbels. Learn More
My Revolutions

Hari Kunzru; read by Simon Prebble

Gripping, moving, provocative and passionate, My Revolutions brings to brilliant life both the radical idealism of the post-'68 generation and the darker currents which ran beneath it, the eddies of which still shape our history today. Learn More
The Last Crossing

Guy Vanderhaeghe; read by John Henry Cox, John Keating, Colin Lane, Tom McKeon, Simon Prebble, and Chelsey Rives

This epic tale sweeps across continents and time, hovers over a key area in American History, and deftly realizes the humanity of a whole cast of characters. Learn More
The Irregulars

Jennet Conant; read by Simon Prebble

The rollicking true story of British spies who shaped American policy during WWII, based on never-before-seen wartime letters, diaries, and interviews. Learn More
The Accidental

Ali Smith; read by Heather O'Neill, Stina Nielsen, Jeff Woodman, Simon Prebble, Ruth Moore

Fearlessly intelligent, disarmingly playful, The Accidental is a Joycean tour-de-force of literary improvisation that explores the nature of truth, the role of chance, and the transformative power of storytelling. Learn More
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