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The Zhivago Affair

Peter Finn and Petra Couve; read by Simon Vance

The dramatic, never-before-told story of how a forbidden book in the Soviet Union became a secret CIA weapon in the ideological battle between East and West. Learn More
Young Men and Fire

Norman Maclean; read by John Maclean

Norman Maclean's classic account of the deadliest day in the U.S. Forest Service's history, the Mann Gulch tragedy. Winner of a 1992 National Book Critic Award. Learn More
Young Men and Fire

by Norman Maclean; read by Corey M. Snow

In Young Men and Fire, Norman Maclean puts back together the scattered pieces of the Mann Gulch tragedy. Learn More
The Year of Our Lord 1943

by Alan Jacobs; read by Paul Boehmer

In The Year of Our Lord 1943, Alan Jacobs explores the poems, novels, essays, reviews, and lectures of five Christian intellectuals. Learn More
WTF?!

by Oliver Magny; read by Graham Halstead

With Stuff Parisians Like, Olivier Magny shared his hilarious insights into the fervently held opinions of his fellow Parisians. Now he moves beyond the City of Light to skewer the many idiosyncrasies that make modern France so very unique. Learn More
A Worse Place than Hell

by John Matteson; read by David Colacci

NEW! Now Available

Pulitzer Prize–winning author John Matteson illuminates three harrowing months of the Civil War and their enduring legacy for America. Learn More
World War II: Desert War

by Stephen W. Sears; read by Paul Boehmer

Here, from award-winning military historian Stephen W. Sears, is the dramatic story of the generals, politicians, and soldiers who changed the course of the war. Learn More
World War II: Carrier War

by Stephen W. Sears; read by Paul Boehmer

The Enterprise was just one of the carriers that won the war in the Pacific. Here is the extraordinary story of the men and ships that turned the tide of the war. Learn More
World War II: Air War

by Stephen W. Sears; read by Paul Boehmer

Here, from the acclaimed historian Stephen W. Sears, is the story of Europe's air war. Learn More
World War II at Sea

by Craig L. Symonds; read by Eric Martin

Many have argued that World War II was dominated by naval operations; few have shown how and why this was the case. Symonds combines precision with story-telling verve, expertly illuminating not only the mechanics of large-scale warfare on (and below) the sea but offering wisdom into the nature of the war itself. Learn More
Working in America

performed by Joe Richman and Studs Terkel

From the archives of legendary storyteller and bestselling author Studs Terkel comes a stunning audio documentary series that captures the voices of Americans from vastly different backgrounds, each reflecting on the value of work in their lives. Learn More
Woodstock

by Dale Bell; read by Peter Berkrot & Xe Sands

Featuring a foreword from legendary director Martin Scorcese, Woodstock: Interviews and Recollections combines stories, anecdotes, and perspectives from dozens of musicians and filmmakers about the making of the Academy Award–winning documentary Woodstock. Learn More
The Women’s Suffrage Movement

edited by Sally Roesch Wagner; Introduction by Sally Wagner; Foreword by Gloria Steinem; read by Bahni Turpin

An intersectional anthology of works by the known and unknown women that shaped and established the suffrage movement, in time for the 2020 centennial of women's right to vote, with a foreword by Gloria Steinem. Learn More
Women in the New Testament World

by Susan E. Hylen; read by Susan Hanfield

Women in the New Testament World helps modern listeners understand the conflicting evidence of women in biblical times. Learn More
Women in Science

by Rachel Ignotofsky; read by Sarah Mollo-Christensen

A New York Times Best Seller

The New York Times bestseller Women in Science highlights the contributions of fifty notable women to the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) from the ancient to the modern world. 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
Wild Horse Country

by David Philipps; read by David Colacci

Wild Horse Country is a Pulitzer Prize–winning reporter's history of wild horses in America―and an eye-opening story on their treatment in our time. Learn More
A Wicked War

Amy S. Greenberg; read by Caroline Shaffer

The story of the Mexican-American war—one of the most controversial events in nineteenth-century American history—and of how it divided the country and profoundly impacted the political lives of James Polk, Henry Clay, and Abraham Lincoln. Learn More
Why The New Deal Matters

by Eric Rauchway; read by Peter Lerman

NEW! Now Available

This book looks at how the legacy of the New Deal, both for good and ill, informs the current debates around governmental responses to crises. Learn More
Why Liberalism Works

by Deirdre Nansen McCloskey; read by Janet Metzger

From Deirdre Nansen McCloskey, an insightful and passionately written book explaining why a return to Enlightenment ideals is good for the world. Learn More
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