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Passage to Juneau

Jonathan Raban; read by Jonathan Raban

Acclaimed travel writer Jonathan Raban invites us aboard his boat, a floating cottage cluttered with books, curling manuscripts, and dead ballpoint pens. Learn More
The Lost Gospel of Judas Iscariot

Bart D. Ehrman; read by Dennis Boutsikaris with Lew Grenville

The leading authority on this gospel, early church historian Bart Ehrman, offers the first complete account of the discovery and illuminates the significance of this remarkable ancient text. Learn More
The Prince

Niccolò Machiavelli; translated by George Bull; read by Fritz Weaver

A masterpiece of prophecy, psychological insight, and forceful prose, The Prince is a classic of realpolitik, stunningly relevant to our times. Learn More
Halsey's Typhoon

Bob Drury and Tom Clavin; read by Eric Conger

A gripping true account of courage and survival at sea against impossible odds—and one of the finest untold World War II sagas of our time. Learn More
Buried in the Bitter Waters

Elliot Jaspin; read by Don Leslie

Jaspin exposes a shocking history of racial cleansing in the United States, and one that, alarmingly, continues to affect the geography of race in America to this day. Learn More
The Next Better Place

Michael C. Keith; read by Oliver Wyman

The Next Better Place explores the thin line between wanderlust and compulsion, between running away and arriving, and leaves us with the understanding that the journey is often more powerful than the destination. Learn More
Black Virgin Mountain

Larry Heinemann; read by Larry Heinemann

An intense, harrowing recounting of Larry Heinemann’s brutal tour of duty in Southeast Asia that tragically and irrevocably altered his life and that of his family, and the long journey of mourning that led him, ultimately, to reconciliation. 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
Red Moon Rising

Matthew Brzezinski; read by Charles Stransky

The first book to capture both the Soviet and American sides of the event that started the space race and changed our world. Learn More
Report from Ground Zero

Dennis Smith; read by Eric Conger, Jeff David, Don Leslie, Beth McDonald, Jennifer Jay Myers, Paula Parker, and Charles Stransky

What would make someone rush into a towering inferno and dash up stairs toward danger against a flow of human beings running in the opposite direction? Only someone who's been there can tell us. Learn More
Diana's Boys

Christopher Andersen; read by Derek Partridge

Devoid of salacious gossip and groundless speculation, Diana's Boys is the first candid chronicle of the world's two most celebrated royals—and far more. Learn More
The Glory of Their Times

Lawrence S. Ritter; recorded interviews

A loving look back at the way baseball used to be, and the legends who played the game, told in their own voices. Learn More
The Last Campaign

Thurston Clarke; read by Pete Larkin

An intimate and absorbing historical narrative that goes right to the heart of America's deepest despairs—and most fiercely held dreams—and tells us more than we had understood before about this complicated man and the heightened dramas of his times. 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
The Irregulars

Jennet Conant; read by Simon Prebble

The rollicking true story of British spies who shaped American policy during WWII, based on never-before-seen wartime letters, diaries, and interviews. Learn More
Coming of Age

Introduction read by Studs Terkel; read by Shirley Venard and Allen Hamilton

For Coming of Age, Pulitzer Prize-winning author and Peabody Award-winning radio host Studs Terkel interviewed a diverse assortment of men and women ranging in age from 70 to 99. This audio includes the stories of 14 people who lived through the defining moments of the 20th century. Learn More
The Mad Ones

Tom Folsom; read by Josh Clark

The New York Times bestseller and true story of the 1960s trio of rebellious young gangsters, the Gallo boys, who inspired a Bob Dylan ballad and The Godfather trilogy. Learn More
Hitler's Holy Relics

Sidney Kirkpatrick; read by Charles Stransky


A Library Journal Best Audiobooks of the Year Winner

A real life Raiders of the Lost Ark. An American art historian turned Army sleuth races to stay one step ahead of Nazi thugs who have absconded with the Crown Jewels of the Holy Roman Empire—sacred symbols of Hitler’s “Thousand Year Reich”—and their plot to create a Fourth Reich. Learn More
Crossing Mandelbaum Gate

Kai Bird; read by Joe Caron


A Daily Beast “Best Book” Pick

This is Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer Kai Bird’s vivid memoir of a childhood spent in the midst of the Arab-Israeli conflict in Jerusalem and Saudia Arabia, and a personal account of three major wars and three decades of political upheavals in the Middle East. Learn More
Ill Fares the Land

Tony Judt; read by James Adams


A Publishers Weekly Listen Up Award Winner

British historian Tony Judt writes a passionate, wise letter about what is profoundly wrong with the way we think about how we should live today. He shows how to apply the past to the future, challenging us to confront our societal ills and to shoulder responsibility for the world we live in. Learn More
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