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The Secret History of Home Economics

by Danielle Dreilinger; read by Rachel Perry

The surprising, often fiercely feminist, always fascinating, yet barely known, history of home economics. Learn More
The Second Jewish Book of Why

Alfred J. Kolatch; read by Theodore Bikel

The Jewish Book of Why answered fundamental questions of Jewish faith; this second volume digs deeper, addressing the complex, contemporary issues of today's society. Learn More
Scorpion Down

Ed Offley; read by Richard Ferrone

After a quarter century of research, Offley is finally able to tell the facts behind the sinking of the Scorpion with its 99 crew members. Learn More
Schlesinger

by Richard Aldous; read by Norman Dietz

Schlesinger: The Imperial Historian is the first major biography of preeminent historian and intellectual Arthur Schlesinger Jr., a defining figure in Kennedy's White House. Learn More
A Scheme of Heaven

by Alexander Boxer; read by Peter Noble

An illuminating look at the surprising history and science of astrology, civilization's first system of algorithms, from Babylon to the present day. Learn More
Saving the News

by Martha Minow ; read by Eliza Foss

A detailed argument of how our government has interfered in the direction of America's media landscape that traces major transformations in media since the printing press and charts a path for reform. Learn More
Savage Country

by Robert Olmstead; read by Danny Campbell

In September 1873, Elizabeth Coughlin, a widow bankrupted by her husband's folly and death, embarks on a buffalo hunt with her estranged and mysterious brother-in-law, Michael. Learn More
A Sand County Almanac

by Aldo Leopold; introduction by Barbara Kingsolver; read by Cassandra Campbell

First published in 1949 and praised in the New York Times Book Review as "full of beauty and vigor and bite", A Sand County Almanac combines some of the finest nature writing since Thoreau with an outspoken and highly ethical regard for America's relationship to the land. Learn More
Samurai

by Michael Wert; read by PJ Ochlan

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Said I Wasn't Gonna Tell Nobody

by James H. Cone; read by Bill Andrew Quinn

In this powerful and passionate memoir—his final work—James H. Cone describes the obstacles he overcame to find his voice, to respond to the signs of the times, and to offer a voice for those—like the parents who raised him in Bearden, Arkansas, in the era of lynching and Jim Crow—who had no voice. Learn More
The Saddest Words

by Michael Gorra; read by Joe Barrett

Interweaving biography, absorbing literary criticism, and rich travelogue, The Saddest Words recontextualizes Faulkner, revealing a civil war within him, while examining the most plangent cultural issues facing American literature today. Learn More
Rum, Sodomy, Prayers, and the Lash Revisited

by Matthew S. Seligmann; read by John Lee

"Naval tradition? Naval tradition? Monstrous. Nothing but rum, sodomy, prayers and the lash." This quotation, from Winston Churchill, is frequently dismissed as apocryphal or a jest, but, interestingly, all four of the areas of naval life singled out in it were ones that were subject to major reform initiatives while Churchill was in charge of the Royal Navy between October 1911 and May 1915. Learn More
Rough Magic

By Lara Prior-Palmer; read by Henrietta Meire


A Publishers Weekly Most Anticipated Book of the Season
The Millions Most Anticipated in May
O Magazine's Best Books by Women of Summer 2019

Told with terrific suspense and style, Rough Magic captures the extraordinary story of one young woman who forged ahead, against all odds, to become the first female winner of the world's longest, toughest horse race. Learn More
The Role of the Scroll

by Thomas Forrest Kelly; read by Adam Verner

Scrolls have always been shrouded by a kind of aura, a quality of somehow standing outside of time. They hold our attention with their age, beauty, and perplexing format. Beginning in the fourth century, the codex—or book—became the preferred medium for long texts. Why, then, did some people in the Middle Ages continue to make scrolls? Learn More
The Road to Delano

by John DeSimone; read by Ramon de Ocampo

Foreward Indie Finalist

HighBridge Audio presents a new novel by John DeSimone. Learn More
The Rise of Real-Life Superheroes

by Peter Nowak; read by Peter Nowak

Lifelong comic-book fan and veteran journalist Peter Nowak meets with real-life superheroes in North America and around the world to get their stories and investigate what the movement means for the future of society.
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The Rise of Athens

by Anthony Everitt; read by Michael Page

A magisterial account of how a tiny city-state in ancient Greece became history's most influential civilization, from the bestselling author of acclaimed biographies of Cicero, Augustus, and Hadrian. Learn More
The Rise and Fall of the Neoliberal Order

by Gary Gerstle; read by Keith Sellon-Wright

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The most sweeping account of how neoliberalism came to dominate American politics for nearly a half century before crashing against the forces of Trumpism on the right and a new progressivism on the left. Learn More
Revolutionary Princeton 1774-1783

by William L. Kidder; read by Paul Heitsch

Discover how eighteenth-century Princeton and its residents—including two signers of the Declaration of Independence—contributed to and were affected by the American Revolution. Learn More
Revolution on the Hudson

George C. Daughan; read by Jonathan Yen

The untold story of the fight for the Hudson River Valley—the control of which, both the Americans and the British firmly believed, would determine the outcome of the Revolutionary War. Learn More
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