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A Tall History of Sugar

by Curdella Forbes; read by Robin Miles

AudioFile Earphones Award Winner
Publishers Weekly's Big Literary Fiction Books of BookExpo 2019

A Tall History of Sugar tells the story of Moshe Fisher, a man who was "born without skin," so that no one is able to tell what race he belongs to; and Arrienne Christie, his quixotic soul mate who makes it her duty in life to protect Moshe from the social and emotional consequences of his strange appearance. Learn More
Tante Eva

Paula Bomer; read by Jennifer Jill Araya

The story of a woman in Berlin and her American niece, a pair bound together and driven apart by loves, desires, frustrations, and addictions. Learn More
Tea at Five

Matthew Lombardo; performed by Kate Mulgrew

Kate Mulgrew as Katharine Hepburn in Tea at Five has won standing ovations at each performance. Learn More
This Poison Will Remain

by Fred Vargas; read by Chris MacDonnell

Publishers Weekly Best of 2019

Commissaire Adamsberg investigates the death of three men linked by their childhood at an orphanage in Nimes, all killed by the venom of the recluse spider, in the new novel by the #1 bestselling French crime writer. Learn More
The Time Traveler's Wife

Audrey Niffenegger; read by Fred Berman and Phoebe Strole

A modern love story with a twist that invites us to linger over questions of how life and love change over time.

The new CD edition is also read by Fred Berman and Phoebe Strole. Learn More
Tolstoy Lied

by Rachel Kadish; read by Jennifer Jill Araya

Headed for tenure at a major university, Tracy Farber is determined to demonstrate that Tolstoy is wrong in his argument that only unhappiness is interesting and sets out to prove that happiness and the search for happiness are complicated. Learn More
The Traitor

by V.S. Alexander; read by Christa Lewis

Drawing on the true story of the White Rose—the resistance movement of young Germans against the Nazi regime—The Traitor tells of one woman who offers her life in the ultimate battle against tyranny, during one of history's darkest hours. Learn More

by Helon Habila; read by Mirron Willis

Award-winning author Helon Habila has been described as "a courageous tale teller with an uncompromising vision . . . a major talent" (Rawi Hage). His new novel Travelers is a life-changing encounter with those who have been uprooted by war or aspiration, fear or hope. Learn More
The Trojan War Museum

by Ayse Papatya Bucak read by Emily Sutton-Smith

PEN/Robert W. Bingham Prize for Debut Short Story Collection

A debut story collection of spectacular imaginative range and lyricism from a Pushcart Prize–winning author. Learn More
Trouble in Mind

by Michael Wiley; read by Paul Woodson

Introducing maverick Chicago private investigator Sam Kelson in the first of a hardhitting new crime noir series. Learn More
The Two Towers

J.R.R. Tolkien; performed by an ensemble cast

The original American full dramatization as broadcast on National Public Radio. Learn More
The Undertaker's Assistant

by Amanda Skenandore; read by Allyson Johnson

Set during Reconstruction-era New Orleans, and with an extraordinary and unforgettable heroine at its heart, The Undertaker's Assistant is a powerful story of human resilience—and of the unlikely bonds that hold fast even in our darkest moments. Learn More
Vera Violet

by Melissa Anne Peterson; read by Cassandra Campbell

Set against the backdrop of a decaying Pacific Northwest lumber town, Vera Violet is a debut that explores themes of poverty, violence, and environmental degradation as played out in the young lives of a group of close-knit friends. Melissa Anne Peterson's voice is powerful and poetic, her vision unflinching. Learn More
The Wall

by John Lanchester; read by Will Poulter

Kirkus Best Fiction of 2019
2019 Man Booker Prize

The bestselling author of The Debt to Pleasure and Capital returns with a chilling fable for our time. Learn More
Watch Her

by Edwin Hill; read by Karen White

In the third intelligently dark suspense novel by two-time Agatha Award–nominated author Edwin Hill, Harvard librarian Hester Thursby becomes enmeshed with a powerful Boston family desperate to keep their deepest secrets from coming to light. Learn More
When the Apricots Bloom

by Gina Wilkinson; read by Raghad Chaar

A Publishers Marketplace Buzz Books Selection

Inspired by her own experiences stationed in Baghdad during Saddam Hussein's rule, former foreign correspondent Gina Wilkinson's evocative, suspenseful debut is told through the eyes of three very different women in Iraq at the turn of the millennium. Learn More
Where the Missing Go

by Emma Rowley; read by Beth Eyre & Elaine Fellows

In Emma Rowley's emotionally gripping, unpredictable novel of psychological suspense, a mother who works at a charity helpline for missing teens receives a desperate call—from her own daughter . . . Learn More
White Hot Silence

by Henry Porter; read by Matthew Addis

Billionaire Denis Hisami's wife, Anastasia, has been abducted and held hostage. There's only one man who can help: Paul Samson, former MI6 agent and a genius at tracking missing persons. The only problem is that Samson was, and probably still is, in love with Anastasia. If he manages to locate and save her, will it be for Hisami—or himself? Learn More
White Light

by Vanessa Garcia; read by Kyla Garcia

Praised by Nobel laureate Wole Soyinka for its "lyrical pace and texture," White Light maps a young woman's struggle to distill her grief, rage, and love onto the canvas. Learn More
Who Are You, Calvin Bledsoe?

by Brock Clarke; read by Peter Berkrot

With the comic unpredictability of a Wes Anderson movie and the inventive sharpness of a John Irving novel, author Brock Clarke introduces listeners to an ordinary man who is about to embark on an absurdly extraordinary adventure. Learn More
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