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The Girl in the Red Coat

Kate Hamer; read by Antonia Beamish

She is the missing girl. But she doesn't know she's lost. Learn More
Mothers, Tell Your Daughters

Bonnie Jo Campbell; read by Christina Delaine

From the National Book Award finalist and author of Once Upon a River comes a dazzling story collection featuring ferocious mothers and scrappy daughters. Learn More
Piece of Mind

Michelle Adelman; read by Tavia Gilbert

A funny, poignant tale for readers of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Learn More
The Throwback Special

Chris Bachelder; read by R. C. Bray

2016 National Book Award Finalist
2016 Kirkus Best Book

A slyly profound and startlingly original novel about the psyche of the American male, The Throwback Special marks the return of one of the most acclaimed literary voices of his generation. Learn More
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
A Bed of Scorpions

Judith Flanders; read by Susan Duerden

Following A Murder Of Magpies, her deliciously fun, cleverly written debut novel, acclaimed author Judith Flanders's enormously enjoyable, too-smart-for-her-own-good new amateur sleuth returns for another whip-smart, impeccably crafted mystery. 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
The Language of Secrets

Ausma Zehanat Khan; read by Peter Ganim

The second book in the spellbinding mystery series featuring Detective Esa Khattak and his partner, Detective Rachel Getty. Follow up to The Unquiet Dead. Learn More
We Are All Made of Stars

by Rowan Coleman; read by Avita Jay and Ben Allen

From the author of The Day We Met comes a beautiful, life-affirming novel that sparkles with love and wonder. Learn More
Peculiar Miracles of Antoinette Martin

by Stephanie Knipper; read by Cassandra Campbell and Andi Arndt

Written with great heart and a deep understanding of what it feels like to be "different," The Peculiar Miracles of Antoinette Martin is a novel about what it means to be family, and about the lengths to which people will go to protect the ones they love. Learn More
Here Comes the Sun

by Nicole Dennis-Benn; read by Bahni Turpin

2016 Kirkus Best Book

In this radiant, highly anticipated debut, a cast of unforgettable women battle for independence while a maelstrom of change threatens their Jamaican village. 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
Our Short History

by Lauren Grodstein; read by Karen White

New York Times bestselling author Lauren Grodstein returns with a deeply compelling and heartfelt story about the depths of a parent's love and the struggle between keeping the past at bay and protecting a child’s future. Learn More
The Midas Legacy

by Andy McDermott; read by Gildart Jackson

American archaeologist Nina Wilde and her husband, ex-SAS bodyguard Eddie Chase, search for King Midas’s legacy in the latest thrilling adventure in Andy McDermott's globe-spanning series. Learn More
A Climate of Fear

by Fred Vargas; read by Chris MacDonnell

A woman is found murdered in her bathtub, and the murder has been made to look like a suicide. But a strange symbol found at the crime scene leads the local police to call Commissaire Adamsberg and his team. Learn More
The One-Eyed Man

by Ron Currie; read by Kevin Pariseau

K., the intriguing narrator of Currie's new novel, joins the ranks of other great American literary creations who show us something new about ourselves. K.'s quixotic effort to fully understand the world he lives in makes for a singular and engaging novel, one which further establishes Ron Currie's position as one of today's rising stars in fiction. Learn More
The Coronation

by Boris Akunin; translated by Andrew Bromfield; read by Nigel Patterson

NEW! Now Available

Boris Akunin has been hailed as Russia's answer to both Agatha Christie and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle for his beloved Fandorin mystery series. After five years spent abroad building up a business as something of a private investigator, the handsome, stuttering Fandorin is back in Moscow―and in for a case that entangles him with the highest echelons of Romanov royalty. Learn More
She Lover of Death

by Boris Akunin

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available July 2019

Coming soon. . . Learn More
Untitled Tom Thorne #16

by Mark Billingham

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available June 2019

Coming soon. . . Learn More
This Mournable Body

by Tsitsi Dangarembga; read by Adenrele Ojo

NEW! Now Available

In This Mournable Body, Tsitsi Dangarembga returns to the protagonist of her acclaimed first novel, Nervous Conditions, to examine how the hope and potential of a young girl and a fledgling nation can sour over time and become a bitter and floundering struggle for survival. Learn More
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