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Welcome Thieves

Sean Beaudoin; read by Charlie Thurston

Humor with a touch of the bittersweet is the hallmark of Welcome Thieves, the adult fiction debut of acclaimed young adult author Sean Beaudoin. Edgy and profane, angry, bemused, and sardonic, these stories offer the reader a gallery of unforgettable characters—misfits, losers, fighters, dreamers—all of them variations on a central theme: laughing at the absurdity of life. Learn More
The Weight of Ink

by Rachel Kadish; read by Corrie James

Set in London of the 1660s and of the early twenty-first century, The Weight of Ink is a sophisticated work of historical fiction about women separated by centuries, and the choices and sacrifices they must make in order reconcile the life of the heart and mind. Learn More
A Wedding on the Beach

by Holly Chamberlin; read by Ceit M. Zweil

A summer wedding, a college reunion, a gorgeous Maine beach house—it's the ideal setting for bestselling author Holly Chamberlin's captivating novel about the connections that shape us, sometimes break our hearts, and forever change our lives . . . Learn More
We Were the Mulvaneys

Joyce Carol Oates; read by J. Todd Adams

Acclaimed writer Joyce Carol Oate's novel of a family held captive by its own secrets. Learn More
We Kept Her In the Cellar

by W. R. Gorman; read by EJ Lavery

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

There are always two sides to a story. This dark and twisted reimagining of Cinderella, told from her stepsister's POV, is perfect for fans of T. Kingfisher and Naomi Novik. Learn More
We Eat Our Own

by Kea Wilson; read by Paul Woodson

An ambitious debut novel by an original young writer, We Eat Our Own blurs the lines between life and art with the story of a film director's unthinkable experiment in the Amazon. Learn More
The Ways of the World

Robert Goddard; read by Derek Perkins

From the Edgar Award-winning, internationally bestselling British writer Robert Goddard comes a captivating new trilogy of historical thrillers, set at the tail end of World War I and featuring the devilishly charismatic James "Max" Maxted, a Royal Flying Corps veteran who has a hard time keeping himself out of trouble. Learn More

by Clarissa Goenawan; read by David Shih

A mesmerizing novel by the author of Rainbirds and The Perfect World of Miwako Sumida about a young man trying to escape his past in Japan. Learn More
Watch Her

by Edwin Hill; read by Karen White

In the third intelligently dark suspense novel by two-time Agatha Award–nominated author Edwin Hill, Harvard librarian Hester Thursby becomes enmeshed with a powerful Boston family desperate to keep their deepest secrets from coming to light. Learn More
The War Girls

by V. S. Alexander; read by Kelli Tager

Casting light into one of the darkest periods of World War II, acclaimed author V. S. Alexander's powerful historical novel tells of two Jewish sisters of Polish descent who unite in a fight to save their family from the Warsaw Ghetto. Learn More
The Wall

by John Lanchester; read by Will Poulter

Kirkus Best Fiction of 2019
2019 Man Booker Prize

The bestselling author of The Debt to Pleasure and Capital returns with a chilling fable for our time. Learn More
The Wall

by Mary Roberts Rinehart; read by Jamie East

Murder visits a seaside mansion in this gothic mystery from the #1 New York Times bestselling author known as the American Agatha Christie. Learn More
Walking on Cowrie Shells

by Nana Nkweti; read by Zoleka Vundla

A "boisterous and high-spirited debut" (Kirkus starred review) "that enthralls the reader through their every twist and turn" (Publishers Weekly starred review), named one of the Most Anticipated Books for Brittle Paper, The Millions, and The Rumpus, penned by a finalist for the AKO Caine Prize. Learn More
The Walkaway

by Scott Phillips; read by George Newbern

Noir master Scott Phillips's The Walkaway explores the far-reaching consequences of the deception and violence of its predecessor, The Ice Harvest. Learn More
Walk the Blue Fields

by Claire Keegan; read by Aoife McMahon, Aidan Quinn, and Aidan Kelly

"Seven perfect short stories" from the award-winning author of Antarctica—"a writer who is instinctively cherished and praised" (The Guardian, UK). Learn More

Andrei Codrescu; read by Jeff Woodman

Wakefield is visited by the Devil, who tells him his time is up. Not yet ready, Wakefield strikes a bargain with Satan and sets off on a cross-country journey to understand his life and times. Learn More
Wait, Blink

by Gunnhild Øyehaug; read by Heather Wilds

National Book Award Translated Literature Longlist 2018
Kirkus Best of 2018

From award-winning Norwegian writer Gunnhild Øyehaug comes a novel about desire and dreams, women and men, love and what it means to dare to be yourself. Learn More
The Wagers

by Sean Michaels; read by Eric Jason Martin

From Giller Prize–winning author Sean Michaels, The Wagers is a wild and magical novel about what it means to not only chase luck, but find it. Learn More
The Voyage of the Morning Light

by Marina Endicott; read by Eva Kaminsky

From a critically acclaimed and beloved storyteller comes a sweeping novel set aboard the Morning Light, a Nova Scotian merchant ship sailing through the South Pacific in 1912. Learn More
Visits from the Drowned Girl

Steven Sherrill; read by Holter Graham

Visits from the Drowned Girl is a tale about the immovable path of destiny, and a brilliantly inventive, masterful exploration of the corrosive nature of secrecy. Learn More
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