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The Big Book of Reel Murders

by Otto Penzler; read by Tim Campbell, Christina Delaine, & Gildart Jackson

Edgar Award–winning editor Otto Penzler's new anthology rolls out the red carpet for the stories that Hollywood is made of. Learn More
The Big Book of Rogues and Villains

by Otto Penzler; read by George Spelvin & Shaun Grindell

Edgar Award–winning editor Otto Penzler's new anthology brings together the most cunning, ruthless, and brilliant criminals in mystery fiction, for the biggest compendium of bad guys (and girls) ever assembled. Learn More
The Big Book of Victorian Mysteries

edited by Otto Penzler; read by Dan Calley, Rachael Beresford, and Stephen Bowlby

Edgar Award winner Otto Penzler—"detective fiction's best editor and champion" (The Washington Post)—returns with a new anthology of exhilarating mysteries, assembling Victorian society's lords and ladies and most miserable miscreants. Learn More
Big Girl

by Mecca Jamilah Sullivan; read by Lisa Renee Pitts

Longlisted for the Center for Fiction First Novel Prize
TIME • Best Books of the Month
New York Times Editors’ Choice
Vulture Most Anticipated Books 2022

In her highly anticipated debut novel, Mecca Jamilah Sullivan explores the perils―and undeniable beauty―of insatiable longing. Learn More
The Big Love

Sarah Dunn; read by Eliza Foss

Hilarious and heartbreaking, combining the emotional incisiveness of Jane Austen with the up-to-the-minute frankness of "Sex and the City," The Big Love will be the pass-along must-read novel for years to come. Learn More
Big Red

by Jerome Charyn; read by Natalie Duke

Apple Books Best Books of the Month
A Publishers Weekly Summer Reads Selection

With Big Red, Jerome Charyn reimagines the life of one of America's most enduring icons, "Gilda" herself, Rita Hayworth, whose fiery red tresses and hypnotic dancing graced the silver screen over sixty times in her nearly forty-year career. Learn More
The Big Silence

by Stuart M. Kaminsky; read by Richard Ferrone

This Chicago cop drama is "jam-packed with the stuff of good crime fiction—character, style, place, recognizable human conflict" (The Washington Post). Learn More
Big Wednesday

by Denny Aaberg & John Milius; read by A.T. Chandler

Big Wednesday, based on the cult 1978 film by the same name, follows three California beach buddies begin to realize there is more to life than waxing down their surfboards as they ditch their alcoholic and unruly ways to go fight in the Vietnam War. When they reunite ten years later, they find that things in Malibu are much different after fighting a war. Learn More
The Bilbao Looking Glass

by Charlotte MacLeod; read by Susan Boyce

A couple finds an antique mirror that isn't broken, but still brings bad luck—"MacLeod can be counted on for a witty, literate, and charming mystery" (Publishers Weekly). Learn More
Billion Dollar Brain

by Len Deighton; read by James Lailey

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

Texan billionaire General Midwinter will stop at nothing to bring down the USSR—even if it puts the whole world at risk. The fourth and final novel featuring the cynical, insolent narrator of The IPCRESS File sees him sent from his shabby Soho office to bone-freezing Helsinki in order to penetrate Midwinter's vast anti-Communist network—and stop a deadly virus from wiping out the planet. Learn More

by Mary Miller; read by Danny Campbell

The Millions Most Anticipated in May

Mary Miller seizes the mantle of Southern literature with this wry tale of middle age and the unexpected turns a life can take. Learn More
The Bird Boys

by Lisa Sandlin; read by Rebecca Gibel

2020 Edgar Award Finalists

The new novel from award-winning author Lisa Sandlin catches up with the almost-murdered secretary Delpha Wade (The Do-Right, 2015, set in 1973) as she's released from a hospital in order to be tucked into the back seat of a police cruiser. Learn More
Bird Suit

by Sydney Hegele; read by Sydney Hegele

NEW! Now Available

A tourist town folk tale of stifled ambition, love, loss, and the bird women who live beneath the lake. Learn More
Birds of Paradise

Diana Abu-Jaber; Read by Tamara Marston

A splendidly written, multilayered novel about a family that comes apart at the seams—and finds its way back together again. Learn More
Bitter Water Opera

by Nicolette Polek; read by Alex Picard

NEW! Now Available

An electrifying debut novel about art, solitude, family, and faith in a world without it. Learn More

by Kwame Dawes; read by Beresford Bennett

The award-winning author of City of Bones presents his latest work. Learn More
Black Card

by Chris L. Terry; read byLeon Nixon

With dark humor, Chris L. Terry's Black Card is an uncompromising examination of American identity. Learn More
Black Dog Summer

Miranda Sherry; read by Jilly Bond

In this extraordinary debut novel reminiscent of The Lovely Bones and Little Bee, a mother watches from the afterlife as her teenage daughter recovers amidst the startling dysfunction of her extended family. Learn More
Black Dove

by Colin McAdam; read by Colin McAdam

A twisting story of grief and revenge, from the award-winning author of A Beautiful Truth. Learn More
Black Knight in Red Square

by St

This Edgar Award–nominated follow-up to Death of a Dissident confirms Stuart Kaminsky's status as "the Ed McBain of Mother Russia" (Kirkus Reviews). Learn More
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