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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

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

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
The Whispering House

by Elizabeth Brooks; read by Elizabeth Klett

Simmering and mysterious, The Whispering House trades in secrets: of a son haunted by his family's unsettling past, and a young woman uncovering the truth about her sister's last days. 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
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
Where Demons Hide

by Douglas Skelton; read by Sarah Barron

Set amid the dramatic beauty of the Scottish Highlands and threaded with Highland history and lore, the latest Rebecca Connolly thriller is another stellar crime novel from "a writer to watch" (Publishers Weekly). Learn More
When the World Was Steady

by Claire Messud; read by Shiromi Arserio

Originally published in 1994, When the World Was Steady is award-winning author Claire Messud's first novel. Learn More
When the Missouri Ran Red

by James Woolard; read by Kevin T. Collins

A lyrical, visceral epic set in the final months of the Civil War and filled with vivid historical details, gripping adventure, and raw human drama, this powerhouse of a novel from award-winning author and master historian James R. Woolard follows a young man's harrowing coming-of-age journey from Confederate captive to Union prisoner to unchained force of vengeance. 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
When She Woke

Hillary Jordan; read by Heather Corrigan

A Booklist Best Book of the Year
A #1 Indie Next Pick!
An O Magazine Pick
BookPage Best of Year Selection

A chilling fable of an America of the not-too-distant future, where the line between church and state has been eradicated. Learn More
When I Sing, Mountains Dance

by Irene Solà, translated by Mara Faye Lethem; read by Joe Lewis

A spellbinding novel that places one family's tragedies against the uncontainable life force of the land itself. Learn More
When Christmas Comes

by Andrew Klavan; read by Adam Barr

The thirty-sixth novel by two-time Edgar Award winner Andrew Klavan, When Christmas Comes is a seasonal tale of tradition, family, and murder; its chilling twists are best experienced curled up beside a burning Yule log. Learn More
What We Sacrifice for Magic

by Andrea Jo DeWerd; read by Sara Van Beckum

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

Perfect for fans of Practical Magic and The Lager Queen of Minnesota: A coming-of-age novel following three generations of witches in the 1960s, this enchanting and heartwarming debut explores the importance of family and the delight and heartbreak of discovering who you truly are. Learn More
What Burns

by Dale Peck; read by Curt Bonnem & Chelsea Stephens

The Millions Most Anticipated Books of Fall 2019

The first collection of short fiction from Lambda Award–winning novelist Dale Peck spans twenty-five years of writing, including two O. Henry award-winners and the recipient of a Pushcart Prize. Learn More

by James Comey; read by Cassandra Campbell

NEW! Now Available

Former FBI director James Comey takes listeners into the world of high finance and corporate espionage in this riveting thriller. Learn More
West of Here

Jonathan Evison; read by Edoardo Ballerini

An epic western-expansion adventure wrapped in the history of one small town, set in two time frames: the past, as the founders rush toward the future, and the present, as their descendants struggle with the past. Learn More

by Carys Davies; read by Robert Fass

From the winner of the 2015 Frank O'Connor Short Story Award, an exquisite, slender first novel set on the American frontier about a restless widower who heads west on a foolhardy and perilous expedition in search of unknown animals, leaving his intrepid young daughter behind to fend for herself at home. Learn More
Welcome to Lagos

by Chibundu Onuzo; read by Robin Miles

Indie Next List

Full of humor and heart, Welcome to Lagos is a high-spirited novel about aspirations and escape, innocence and corruption. It offers a provocative portrait of contemporary Nigeria that marks the arrival in the United States of an extraordinary young writer. Learn More
Welcome to Dragon Talk

by Shelly Mazzanoble and Greg Tito; read by Shelly Mazzanoble and Greg Tito

If it seems like everyone you know is playing Dungeons & Dragons, it's because they are! After nearly five decades, the iconic roleplaying game is more popular than ever. Famous Hollywood actors and directors, therapists, educators, politicians, kids, parents, and grandparents all count themselves as fans. In Welcome to Dragon Talk, hosts of the official D&D podcast Shelly Mazzanoble and Greg Tito and their surprising guests show how this beloved pastime has amassed a diverse, tight-knit following of players who defy stereotypes. Learn More
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