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142 Ostriches

by April Davila; read by Sarah Mollo-Christensen

Set against the unexpected splendor of an ostrich ranch in the California desert, April Dávila's beautifully written debut conjures an absorbing and compelling heroine in a story of courage, family, and forgiveness. Learn More
The Abolitionist's Daughter

by Diane C. McPhail; read by Kirsten Potter

In her sweeping debut, Diane C. McPhail offers a powerful, profoundly emotional novel that explores a little-known aspect of Civil War history—Southern Abolitionists—and the timeless struggle to do right even amidst bitter conflict. Learn More
The Abortionist's Daughter

Elisabeth Hyde; read by Beth McDonald

When the director of the Center for Reproductive Choice is murdered, a town must confront the consequences of choice, the nature of guilt, and the hidden allegiances and hostilities that animate and destroy families and communities. Learn More
Above Us Only Sky

Michele Young-Stone; read by Cassandra Campbell

A spellbinding story about a family of women separated by oceans, generations and war, but connected by something much greater -- the gift of wings. Prudence Eleanor Vilkas was born with a pair of wings molded to her back. Considered a birth defect, her wings were surgically removed, leaving only the ghost of them behind. Learn More
Abundance

by Jakob Guanzon; read by George Newbern

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A wrenching debut about the causes and effects of poverty, as seen by a father and son living in a pickup. 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
Across the China Sea

by Gaute Heivoll, translated by Nadia Christensen; read by Alex Bloch

With warmth, gentle humor, and deep compassion, Gaute Heivoll portrays an unconventional family as it navigates an uncertain and often unkind world. Learn More
Adrianne Geffel

by David Hajdu; read by Hillary Huber

A poignant and hilarious oral history of a (fictitious) musical phenomenon. Learn More
The Adventures of Spike the Wonder Dog

by Bill Boggs; read by Tim Campbell, Bill Boggs

A very funny English Bull Terrier with a politically incorrect sense of humor and a heart of gold tells the story of his rise to fame on both his master's TV talk show and social media, and the price he pays for that fame. Learn More
The Affair

by Colette Freedman; read by Callie Beaulieu

Skillfully crafted and deeply insightful, The Affair sensitively explores the complexities of love and the challenge of ever knowing another person fully, even as we endeavor to understand our own deepest longings. Learn More
Affections

by Rodrigo Hasbun, translated by Sophie Hughes; read by Rudy Sanda and Rebecca Mitchell

A haunting novel about an unusual family's breakdown—set in South America during the time of Che Guevara and inspired by the life of Third Reich cinematographer Hans Ertl—from the literary star Jonathan Safran Foer calls, "a great writer." Learn More
After Melanie

by Gloria Goldreich; read by Suzanne Toren

David and Judith's fragile marriage is threatened by the sudden death of their beloved thirteen-year-old daughter, Melanie. As they struggle to cope with their loss, they confront bewildering challenges. But instead of turning to each other, they find comfort with others. Learn More
After the Blue Hour

by John Rechy; read by Cooper North

2018 Lambda Literary Award Winner

John Rechy's first novel, City of Night, an international bestseller, is considered a modern classic. Subsequent work asserts his place among America’s most important writers. His most daring work yet, After the Blue Hour is narrated by a twenty-four-year-old writer named John Rechy. Learn More
After the Parade

Lori Ostlund; read by Sean Runnette

From Flannery O'Connor and Rona Jaffe Award-winner Lori Ostlund, a deeply moving and beautiful debut novel about a man who leaves his long-time partner in New Mexico for a new life in San Francisco, launching him on a tragi-comic road trip and deep into the mysteries of his own Midwestern childhood. Learn More
Afternoon of a Faun

by James Lasdun; read by Simon Vance

Taut, stylish, and psychologically acute, Afternoon of a Faun dramatizes the search for truth as an accusation of sexual assault plunges a journalist into a series of deepening crises. Learn More
Age of Consent

Marti Leimbach; read by Callie Beaulieu

From the author of Daniel Isn't Talking and Dying Young comes a shattering new novel, a page-turner about an estranged mother and daughter who must come to terms with their shared painful past. Learn More
The Alarming Palsy of James Orr

by Tom Lee; read by Matthew Lloyd Davies

A Kafkaesque and darkly humorous "suburban gothic" that tracks the unraveling of man's body, mind, and life. Learn More
The Alaskan Laundry

Brendan Jones; read by Rebecca Gibel

A beautiful evocation of a place that can’t help but change us and a testament to the unshakable lure of home, The Alaskan Laundry offers an unforgettable story of one woman's journey from isolation back to the possibility of love. Learn More
The Album

by Mary Roberts Rinehart; read by Lucy Scott

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A killer has an axe to grind in this classic whodunit from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Circular Staircase and mystery-writing pioneer. Learn More
Alien Virus Love Disaster

by Abbey Mei Otis; read by Nicole Poole & Eric Martin


Washington Post Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of 2018

Abbey Mei Otis has long been fascinated in using strange situations to explore dynamics of power, oppression, and grief, and the twelve stories collected here are at once a striking indictment of the present and a powerful warning about the future. Learn More
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