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The Book of Esther

by Emily Barton; read by Rebecca Gibel

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

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
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
A Breath After Drowning

by Alice Blanchard; read by Hillary Huber

Child psychiatrist Kate Wolfe's world comes crashing down when one of her young patients commits suicide, so when a troubled girl is left at the hospital ward, she doubts her ability to help. Learn More
Brick Lane

Monica Ali; read by Elizabeth Sastre

Set in the gritty Tower Hamlets area of East London, Brick Lane is the story of Nazneen, an Asian immigrant girl and how she deals with issues of love, cultural differences and the human spirit. Learn More
The Burglar

by Thomas Perry; read by Christina Delaine

From the New York Times bestselling author Thomas Perry, "who can be depended upon to deliver high-voltage shocks" (Stephen King), comes a new thriller about an unlikely burglar—a young woman in her twenties—who realizes she must solve a string of murders, or else become the next victim. Learn More
Cadillac Orpheus

Solon Timothy Woodward; read by Dion Graham

“Cadillac Orpheus” is a well-crafted, genre-defying romp—by turns terrifying, hilarious, brave, brazen, and above all, sincere. Learn More
The Cape Ann

by Faith Sullivan; read by Karissa Vacker

NEW! Now Available

A disarmingly involving portrait of a family struggling to stay together through the Great Depression, The Cape Ann is an unforgettable story of life from a child's-eye view. Learn More
The Capital

by Robert Menasse; read by Gildart Jackson

NEW! Now Available

Mordantly funny and piercingly urgent, The Capital, the winner of Germany's highest fiction prize, is an "elegantly written, beautifully constructed" (Die Zeit) feat of world literature. Learn More
A Carnivore's Inquiry

Sabina Murray; read by Wendy Hoopes

Katherine, the winning and slightly disturbing twenty-three-year-old narrator of A Carnivore's Inquiry, journeys from literary New York to rural Maine and Mexico City trailed, everywhere she goes, by a string of murders. Learn More
Casanova in Bolzano

Sándor Márai; read by Simon Prebble

Another rediscovered masterpiece from the author of Embers: an erotically charged novel about Casanova's fateful encounter with the woman who finally defeats him. Learn More

Amanda Goldberg and Ruthanna Khalighi Hopper; read by Gigi Bermingham

A high-energy, fashion-forward, name-dropping, comic novel of the “real Hollywood” in the lead-up to the Oscars, as told by two Hollywood insiders. Learn More

by Jerome Charyn

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

Jerome Charyn presents Cesare, a literary thriller and a love story. Learn More
Chariot on the Mountain

by Jack Ford; read by Allyson Johnson

Based on little-known true events, this astonishing account from Emmy and Peabody Award-winning journalist Jack Ford vividly recreates a treacherous journey toward freedom, a time when the traditions of the Old South still thrived—and is a testament to determination, friendship, and courage . . . Learn More
Cherry Blossoms

by Kim Hooper; read by Peter Berkrot

From the author of the critically acclaimed debut People Who Knew Me comes the story of one man's determination to abandon his will to live. Learn More
China Dream

by Ma Jian; translated by Flora Drew; read by David Shih

NEW! Now Available
A Financial Times Best Book of the Year
A The Millions Most Anticipated Book of the Month and Year
One of Vulture's Spring Books to Watch Out For

One of the year's most anticipated novels in translation, written by an acclaimed Chinese author whose entire body of work has been banned by his home country, and published in the thirtieth-anniversary year of the Tiananmen Square Massacre. Learn More
The China Lover

by Ian Buruma; read by Nigel Patterson

From Shanghai before and during the Second World War to U.S. occupied Tokyo, and, finally, to the Middle East in the early 1970s, Ian Buruma's masterful novel about the intoxicating power of collective fantasy follows three star-struck men driven to extraordinary acts by their devotion to the same legendary woman. Learn More
City of Night

by John Rechy; read by Paul Boehmer

Rechy is unflinching in his portrayal of one hustling "youngman" and his search for self-knowledge within the neon-lit world of hustlers, drag queens, and the denizens of their world, as he moves from El Paso to Times Square, from Pershing Square to the French Quarter. Learn More
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