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Enjoy the best new fiction and bestsellers like The Time Traveler's Wife, Life of Pi, The Elegance of the Hedgehog, and Water for Elephants in exceptional unabridged editions. We have your favorite authors, from Louis L'Amour to Stephen King to JRR Tolkien.

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Yellow Rain

by by Mai Der Vang; read by Mai Der Vang

A reinvestigation of chemical biological weapons dropped on the Hmong people in the fallout of the Vietnam War. Learn More
The Yellow House

by Patricia Falvey; read by Sarah-Jane Drummey

A must-listen work of historical fiction from the bestselling author of The Linen Queen. Learn More
Yellow Earth

by John Sayles; read by Gary Tiedemann

In Yellow Earth, the site of Three Nations reservations on the banks of the Missouri River in North Dakota, Sayles introduces us to Harleigh Killdeer, chairman of the Tribal Business Council. "An activist in his way, a product of the Casino Era," Kildeer, who is contracted by oil firm Case and Crosby, spearheads the new Three Nations Petroleum Company. Learn More
The Year of the Runaways

Sunjeev Sahota; read by Sartaj Garewal

Shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize
A Washington Post and Boston Globe Best Book of the Year
Winner of the European Union Prize for Literature
Winner of the South Bank Sky Arts Award for Literature

From one of Granta's Best of Young British Novelists and Man Booker Prize nominee Sunjeev Sahota—a sweeping, urgent contemporary epic, set against a vast geographical and historical canvas, astonishing for its richness and texture and scope, and for the utter immersiveness of its reading experience. Learn More
The Yards

by A.F. Carter; read by Amy McFadden and Cody Roberts

In this twisty crime novel, a hotel hookup gone wrong finds a single mother suspected of murder. Learn More

by Len Deighton; read by Matthew Lloyd Davies

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

It is the most dangerous secret of the Second World War, one that could destroy Britain's reputation forever. In 1940, a clandestine meeting took place between Churchill and Adolf Hitler. All records of it have been hidden, and anyone who discovers the truth dies—their file stamped XPD; Expedient Demise. But now what was buried is threatening to come to light, and SIS agent Boyd Stuart must stop it from falling into the wrong hands, no matter how high the price. Learn More

by Davey Davis; read by Kai Rubio

A thrilling portrait of political terror and the violent pleasures found in warehouses, bathrooms, and dungeons across New York City, X is a novel that delves into the psyches of characters on the margins. Learn More
The Wrong Hands

by Mark Billingham; read by David Threlfall

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

The second rip-roaring mystery from multi-award-winning international bestseller Mark Billingham starring Detective Miller: unique, unconventional, and criminally underestimated . . . Learn More
Wrack and Rune

by Charlotte MacLeod; read by John McLain

Charlotte MacLeod presents Book 3 in the Peter Shandy Mysteries. Learn More
Worth Killing For

by Jane Haseldine; read by Emily Woo Zeller

Detroit newspaper reporter Julia Gooden returns in a twisting, superbly assured new mystery, where a brutal murder and a father's sudden return may provide the answers she's spent decades searching for . . . or lead deep into a fatal trap. Learn More
The World of Atlas Shrugged

Objectivist Center; read by Edward Herrmann and Lynn Redgrave

Essential context, brilliant commentary and authoritative insight into the novel's literary purpose and structure. Learn More
The World Doesn't Require You

by Rion Amilcar Scott; read by JD Jackson

PEN/Jean Stein Book Award Finalist
2020 Aspen Words Literary Prize Longlist
Publishers Weekly Best of 2019
Buzzfeed’s 29 Summer Reads 2019
Kirkus Best Fiction of 2019

The World Doesn't Require You announces the arrival of a generational talent, as Rion Amilcar Scott shatters rigid genre lines to explore larger themes of religion, violence, and love—all told with sly humor and a dash of magical realism. Learn More
Woman with Birthmark

Håkan Nesser; read by Simon Vance

A mother’s dying wish sealed with a deadly promise. Four men with a secret they thought they’d buried decades ago. A detective in love. A man desperate to live despite the shadow of his guilty past. A breathless thriller full of deception, blackmail, and cold murder, Woman with Birthmark is a chilling read. Learn More
The Woman Who Lowered the Boom

by David Handler; read by Peter Berkrot

NEW! Now Available

This new installment of the Edgar award-winning Stewart Hoag mystery series finds the beloved ghostwriter-sleuth finally on the precipice of reclaiming his previous literary fame when threats against his editor appear to put both his career and her life in jeopardy. Learn More
The Woman in the Sable Coat

by Elizabeth Brooks; read by Esther Wane

NEW! Now Available

From the acclaimed author of The Orphan of Salt Winds, The Whispering House, and The House in the Orchard comes a passionate and fateful story of love, betrayal, and the rewards—and costs—of following your heart. Learn More
The Woman in the Castello

by Kelsey Blodget; read by Patricia Santomasso

In this beguiling midcentury historical fiction novel set in 1960s Italy, an ambitious American actress and single mother snags the starring role in a mysterious horror movie shooting on location in a crumbling medieval castle outside Rome. Learn More
The Woman in the Blue Cloak

by Deon Meyer; read by Simon Vance

The Woman in the Blue Cloak is a brilliant novella which will thrill and entertain fans of Deon Meyer's much-loved detective Benny Griessel. Learn More
Wolf's Revenge

by Lachlan Smith; read by R. C. Bray

Publishers Weekly Best Book

Leo Maxwell is no ordinary attorney. He spends as much time tracking corrupt politicians and gangland leaders across the Bay area to piece together the facts of a crime as he does crafting courtroom rhetoric. But Leo has never quite recovered from discovering his mother's murdered corpse as a child, or from growing up in the shadow of his brilliant older brother. Learn More
Wobegon Boy

Garrison Keillor; read by Garrison Keillor

Keillor's follow up to Lake Wobegon Days has his protagonist, John Tollefson, now a 40-something radio station manager living in upstate New York, return to Minnesota for a life-changing visit. Learn More
WLT: A Radio Romance

Garrison Keillor; read by Garrison Keillor

Brilliantly weaving together the real lives and radio lives of his characters, Garrison Keillor has given us a comic, poignant, and slightly steamy novel, full of romance, intrigue, tough business, and loose living. Learn More
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