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A Blessing on the Moon

Joseph Skibell; read by Allen Lewis Rickman

An AudioFile Earphones Award Winner

Joseph Skibell’s magical tale about the Holocaust—a fable inspired by fact—received unanimous nationwide acclaim when first published in 1997. It’s now available for the first time on audio. Learn More
A Blind Eye

by George Fong; read by Peter Berkrot

NEW! Now Available

FBI Special Agent Jack Paris tries to uncover a community's secrets in order to find the tourists who have gone missing and stop a killer. Learn More
Blind Your Ponies

Stanley Gordon West; read by Traber Burns

Can a small town down on its luck find hope in the face of hopelessness? Can it be saved by the least likely soul in its midst? Learn More
Blood and Rubles

by Stuart M. Kaminsky; read by John McLain

NEW! Now Available

In an era of financial free-for-all in Russia, a Moscow cop deals with rampant crime in a "terrific" and "exceptional" police drama (Detroit Free Press). Learn More
Blood Angel

by Bernard Schaffer; read by Neil Hellegers

In this powerful psychological thriller, veteran police officer Bernard Schaffer reunites detective Carrie Santero with manhunter Jacob Rein—to plumb the depths of a madman's obsession. Learn More
Blood Highway

by Gina Wohlsdorf; read by Amy McFadden

A gripping, surprising, and sexy thriller with a big, pounding heart, Blood Highway takes a seventeen-year-old girl on a brutal journey into adulthood on a road trip that threatens to kill her before she reaches the end. Learn More
Blood Relations

by Jonathan Moore; read by David Colacci

2020 Edgar Award Finalist
Hammett Prize Finalist

A new thriller from a writer who's been compared to Michael Crichton, Alfred Hitchcock, Raymond Chandler, Blake Crouch, and David Cronenberg takes us to the most menacing core of California's upper crust, a class of billionaires with more money than they could spend in eternity. Learn More
Bloody January

by Alan Parks; read by Andrew McIntosh

An exciting, evocative first-in-series noir novel set in 1973 Glasgow, a city on the cusp of a heroin epidemic, featuring detective Harry McCoy. Learn More

by Andre Dubus III; read by Andre Dubus III

With House of Sand and Fog, his National Book Award–nominated novel, Andre Dubus III demonstrated his mastery of the complexities of character and desire. In this earlier novel he captures a roiling time in American history and the coming-of-age of a boy who must decide between desire, ambition, and duty. Learn More
The Boatbuilder

by Daniel Gumbiner; read by Shawn Compton

2018 National Book Award Finalist

Daniel Gumbiner presents his debut novel, The Boatbuilder. Learn More
The Bomb Maker

by Thomas Perry; read by Joe Barrett

A bomb is more than a weapon. A bomb is an expression of the bomber's thoughts about you, his predictions of your behavior—a performance designed to fool you into making one fatally wrong move. In The Bomb Maker, Edgar Award-winning author Thomas Perry introduces us to the dark corners of a mind intent on transforming a simple machine into an act of murder—and to those committed to preventing that outcome at any cost. Learn More
The Bones of Wolfe

by James Carlos Blake; read by Rudy Sanda

In the newest Wolfe-family adventure from James Carlos Blake, Rudy and Frank Wolfe stumble upon a stash of high-quality pornographic films in a raid. The plot thickens when their Aunt Catalina, the family matriarch aged 115, recognizes a resemblance to her long-lost sister in one of the young performers. Catalina tasks the boys with tracking the girl down, however improbable a connection may be. Learn More
Bonnie Jack

by Ian Hamilton; read by Alex Knox

NEW! Now Available

From the acclaimed author of the internationally bestselling Ava Lee novels, a bold and captivating new novel about a search for lost family and the cost of keeping secrets. Learn More
Book 'Em

by Megan Abbott, Thomas H. Cook, Carolyn Hart, Thomas Perry; read by Christina Delaine, Will Damron

A quartet of crime stories about deadly books—penned by award-winning contemporary mystery writers. Learn More
The Book of Esther

by Emily Barton; read by Rebecca Gibel

What if an empire of Jewish warriors that really existed in the Middle Ages had never fallen—and was the only thing standing between Hitler and his conquest of Russia? Learn More
The Book of Guys

Garrison Keillor; read by Garrison Keillor

In eight tales, the old storyteller plumbs the lives of various guys—an aging god, a fallen hero, a confused cowboy, a jealous husband, an old lecher, a teen-age leper, and more—and locates the true nature of guyhood today. Learn More
The Book of Murray

Edited with an Introduction by David M. Bader; ; read by Yash Kimmelfarb; author introduction read by Alan Sklar

From acclaimed Jewish humorist David M. Bader, author of Haikus for Jews, the surprising, hilarious, and uplifting tale of the Old Testament’s most unlikely prophet. Learn More
Book of Numbers

Joshua Cohen; read by Kirby Heybourne

When the enigmatic billionare founder and CEO of Tetration, the world's most powerful tech company, is diagnosed with terminal pancreatic cancer, he hires a failed novelist, Josh Cohen, to ghostwrite his memoirs. Learn More
Bookshop Mysteries

by John Harvey, Laura Lippman, Peter Lovesey, Peter Lovesey, Ian Rankin; read by Hillary Huber, James Cameron Stewart, Joel Richards

Crime and literature make strange and sinister bedfellows in this winning anthology of book-themed whodunits by five acclaimed masters of mystery and suspense. Learn More
The Borrower

Rebecca Makkai; read by Emily Bauer

An O, The Oprah Magazine Summer Pick
An Indie Next Pick

In this delightful, funny, and moving first novel, a librarian and a young boy obsessed with reading take to the road. Learn More
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