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Your Oasis on Flame Lake

Lorna Landvik; read by Lorna Landvik

Devera had begun to think that her life would never change—but be careful what you wish for. . . . Lorna Landvik, (Patty Jane's House of Curl) creates another story of brilliant wit and amazing resonance. Learn More
Young Jane Young

by Gabrielle Zevin; read by Karen White

Indie Next List
Washington Post Notable Book
Kirkus Best Book

Young Jane Young is a novel about a world that continues to want to define what women are and what they can, and cannot do. It captures not just the mood of our recent highly charged political season, but is a funny, sympathetic and smart take on the double standards that are alive and well and waiting to trip up ordinary and extraordinary women alike. Learn More
You Should Be Mine

by Candy Jackson; read by Machelle Williams

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

In You Should Be Mine, Sasha "Pink" Jansen is determined to show Pastor Malik that they belong together—and come hell or high water, she plans to get the good reverend to agree. Learn More
You Fit the Pattern

by Jane Haseldine; read by Emily Woo Zeller

NEW! Now Available

In this gritty, riveting new novel, Detroit reporter Julia Gooden tracks down a serial killer—only to realize she has become his obsession . . . Learn More
The Yoga of Max's Discontent

Karan Bajaj; read by Neil Shah

In this captivating and surprising novel of spiritual discovery—a Number 1 bestseller in India—a young American travels to India and finds himself tested physically, emotionally, and spiritually. 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
Worth Killing For

by Jane Haseldine; read by Emily Woo Zeller

NEW! Now Available

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 Doesn't Require You

by Rion Amilcar Scott; read by JD Jackson

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

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
The Woman in the Blue Cloak

by Deon Meyer; read by Simon Vance

NEW! Now Available

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
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
The Wish Child

by Catherine Chidgey; read by Simon Vance

Winner of the Acorn Foundation Fiction Prize

This internationally bestselling historical novel follows two children and a mysterious narrator as they navigate the falsehoods and wreckage of World War II Germany. Learn More
The Wisdom of Perversity

Rafael Yglesias; read by Paul Boehmer

Brian and Jeff were best friends when they were young, leading lives of promise in New York City of the late 1960s, until something happened that brought an end to both their childhood and their friendship. Forty years later, when their secret surfaces in a terrible new context, they are forced to reunite by Jeff?s cousin Julie who was also a victim of their childhood trauma. Together they must decide whether to tell all?unbalancing their lives and threatening their future?or continue to hide the truth and allow others to be victimized. Learn More
The Wind That Lays Waste

by Selva Almada; read by Almarie Guerra

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

A taut, lyrical portrait of four people thrown together on a single day in rural Argentina. Learn More
Wigfield

Amy Sedaris, Paul Dinello, and Stephen Colbert; read by the authors

Amy Sedaris, Paul Dinello, Stephen Colbert join forces to write and read this satire on the American Small Town. Learn More
The Whole Art of Detection

by Lyndsay Faye; read by Simon Vance

Lyndsay Faye's best Sherlock Holmes tales, including two new works, are brought together in The Whole Art of Detection, a stunning collection that spans Holmes's career, from self-taught young upstart to publicly lauded detective, both before and after his faked death over a Swiss waterfall in 1894. Learn More
Who Are You, Calvin Bledsoe?

by Brock Clarke; read by Peter Berkrot

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

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
White Light

by Vanessa Garcia; read by Kyla Garcia

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

Coming soon . . . Learn More
Where the Missing Go

by Emma Rowley; read by Beth Eyre & Elaine Fellows

NEW! Now Available

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
Where the Dead Sit Talking

by Brandon Hobson; read by Eric Michael Summerer

National Book Award Fiction Longlist 2018
Kirkus Best of 2018

Where the Dead Sit Talking is a spare, lyrical Native American coming of age story set in rural Oklahoma in the late 1980s. Learn More
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