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The Vanishing at Smokestack Hollow

by Jake Anderson; read by Chris Abernathy

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

An immersive descent into one of the most mysterious and bizarre unsolved cases of this century. Through extensive research, personal interviews, and exclusive evidence, Jake Anderson unearths the truth behind the disappearance of a loving, plucky family that was gradually worn down, warped—by pain and pathology—into a radicalized cell. Learn More
The Eastern Front

by Nick Lloyd; read by Elliot Fitzpatrick

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

The first major history in fifty years of the often overlooked Eastern Front of the First World War, where a more fluid conflict resulted in the destruction of great empires and the rise of the Soviet Union. Learn More
Blacksound

by Matthew D. Morrison; read by Matthew D. Morrison

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

Blacksound explores the sonic history of blackface minstrelsy and the racial foundations of American musical culture from the early 1800s through the turn of the twentieth century. With this namesake book, Matthew D. Morrison develops the concept of "Blacksound" to uncover how the popular music industry and popular entertainment in general in the United States arose out of slavery and blackface. Learn More
What God Would Have Known

by J. L. Schellenberg; read by Tom Parks

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

The latest book from the author of Monotheism and the Rise of Science. Learn More
The Serial Killer Next Door

by Richard Estep; read by David Stifel

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

The Serial Killer Next Door looks at the horrifying stories of nearly thirty malevolent killers who were mistakenly trusted, including Genene Jones, Robert Lee Yates, Gary Ridgway, Kathleen Folbigg, and Joseph James DeAngelo. Learn More
The Ripple Effect

by Enze Han; read by David Pham Huynh

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

Many studies of China's relations with Southeast Asia focus on how Beijing has used its power asymmetry to achieve regional influence. Yet, scholars and pundits often fail to appreciate the complexity of the contemporary Chinese state and society, and just how fragmented, decentralized, and internationalized China is today. In The Ripple Effect, Enze Han argues that a focus on the Chinese state alone is not sufficient for a comprehensive understanding of China's influence in Southeast Asia. Learn More
Kent State

by Brian VanDeMark; read by Daniel Hennig

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

A definitive history of the fatal clash between Vietnam War protestors and the National Guard, illuminating its causes and lasting consequences. Learn More
A Plausible Man

by Susanna Ashton; read by Leon Nixon

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

The remarkable story of the man behind the book that helped spark the Civil War, in a stunning historical detective story. Learn More
Impossible Monsters

by Michael Taylor; read by Michael Langan

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

"Vivid with a Mesozoic bestiary" (Tom Holland), this on-the-ground, must-listen narrative weaves together the chance discovery of dinosaurs and the rise of the secular age. Learn More
Reap the Whirlwind

by Peter Houlahan; read by Joshua Saxon

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

The bestselling author of Norco '80 returns with a riveting story of mid-1980s San Diego that placed one young Black man at the center of a whirlwind of crime and punishment that profoundly altered Southern California. Learn More
Most Honorable Son

by Gregg Jones; read by Christopher Douyard

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

The first comprehensive biography of unjustly forgotten Japanese American war hero Ben Kuroki, who fought the Axis powers during World War II and battled racism, injustice, and prejudice on the home front. Learn More
Irena's Gift

by Karen Kirsten; read by Karen Kirsten

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

Weaving mystery, history, and memoir, Irena's Gift is the captivating account of one woman's personal quest to uncover the unspoken and give voice to her family's secret war-torn history. Learn More
Behind Closed Doors

by Ken Khachigian; read by Dean Gallagher

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

A compelling insider's account by the trusted adviser and confidante to America's presidential giants and political legends as he draws the curtains back on his most private moments with Ronald Reagan and Richard Nixon during revolutionary changes in our economy, politics, communications, foreign policy, and culture. Learn More
Making Makers

by Michael P. M. Finch; read by Kent Klineman

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

Making Makers presents a comprehensive history of a seminal work of scholarship which has exerted a persistent attraction for scholars of war and strategy: Makers of Modern Strategy. It reveals the processes by which scholars conceived and devised the book, considering both successful and failed attempts to make and remake the work across the twentieth century, and illuminating its impact and legacy. Learn More
The Longest Con

by Joe Conason; read by Steve Marvel

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

A sardonic chronicle of how conservatism turned into a racketeering enterprise—and why Donald Trump became the living emblem of the American right's moral decay. Learn More
Dispersals

by Jessica J. Lee; read by Jessica J. Lee

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

A prize-winning memoirist and nature writer turns to the lives of plants entangled in our human world to explore belonging, displacement, identity, and the truths of our shared future. Learn More
Toxic Water, Toxic System

by Michael Mascarenhas; read by Malcolm Hillgartner

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

Toxic Water, Toxic System exposes the consequences of a seemingly anonymous authoritarian state willing to maintain white supremacy at any cost—including poisoning an entire city and shutting off water to thousands of people. Weaving together narratives of frontline activists along with archival data, Michael Mascarenhas provides a powerful exploration of the political alliances and bureaucratic mechanisms that uphold inequality. Learn More
The Great River

by Boyce Upholt; read by Gabriel Vaughan

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

A sweeping history of the Mississippi River―and the centuries of human meddling that have transformed both it and America. Learn More
Empire of God

by Robert Spencer; read by Bob Souer

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

Western civilization is generally regarded as the child of Athens, Jerusalem, and Rome. However, Western society has other forefathers as well: we would be unwise to give the Byzantine Empire short shrift. The ways in which it has influenced our world for the good, and indeed, created the parameters of our society at its healthiest and strongest, are insufficiently appreciated today. Learn More
Origin Story

by Howard Markel; read by Mike Cooper

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

A lively account of how Darwin's work on natural selection transformed science and society, and an investigation into the mysterious illness that plagued its author. Learn More
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