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Queen Victoria

by Michael Ledger-Lomas; read by Anne Flosnik

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This biography evokes the pervasive importance of religion to Queen Victoria's life but also that life's centrality to the religion of Victorians around the globe. The first comprehensive exploration of Victoria's religiosity, it shows how moments in her life—from her accession to her marriage and her successive bereavements—enlarged how she defined and lived her faith. Learn More
Rethinking American Grand Strategy

edited by Elizabeth Borgwardt, Christopher McKnight Nichols, Andrew Preston; read by Teri Schnaubelt, Steve Menasche

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A wide-ranging rethinking of the many factors that comprise the making of American Grand Strategy.
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Himalaya

by Ed Douglas, read by James Cameron Stewart

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Shortlisted For The 2020 Duff Cooper Prize

A magisterial history of the Himalaya: an epic story of peoples, cultures, and adventures among the world's highest mountains. Learn More
American Schism

by Seth David Radwell; read by Mike Lenz

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American Schism reveals the roots of the rifts in America since its founding and what is really dividing red and blue America; the core issues that underlie all of today's bickering; and a detailed, effective plan to move forward, commencing what will be a long process of repair and reconciliation. Learn More
Theodore Roosevelt

by Benjamin J. Wetzel; read by Bob Souer

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Theodore Roosevelt: Preaching from the Bully Pulpit traces Roosevelt's personal religious odyssey from youthful faith and pious devotion to a sincere but more detached adult faith. Based in large part on personal correspondence and unpublished archival materials, this book offers a new interpretation of an extremely significant historical figure. Learn More
A Worse Place than Hell

by John Matteson; read by David Colacci

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Pulitzer Prize–winning author John Matteson illuminates three harrowing months of the Civil War and their enduring legacy for America. Learn More
The Sound of the Sea

by Cynthia Barnett; read by Elizabeth Wiley

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A compelling history of seashells and the animals that make them, revealing what they have to tell us about nature, our changing oceans, and ourselves.
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The Hero's Way

by Tim Parks; read by Roger May

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The acclaimed author of Italian Ways returns with an exploration into Italy's past and present—following in the footsteps of Garibaldi's famed 250-mile journey across the Apennines. Learn More
Saving the News

by Martha Minow ; read by Eliza Foss

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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
Heads You Lose

by Christianna Brand; read by Derek Perkins

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In the English countryside, one of the well-mannered guests at Pigeonsford Estate may be a murderer in this series debut by an Edgar Award–nominated author. Learn More
Citizen Trump

by Robert Orlando; read by Charles Constant

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Writer/director Robert Orlando presents the follow-up to his acclaimed documentary Citizen Trump. Learn More
Until Justice Be Done

by Kate Masur; read by Allyson Johnson

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A groundbreaking history of the movement for equal rights that courageously battled racist laws and institutions, north and south, in the decades before the Civil War. Learn More
Out of the Shadows

by Emily Midorikawa; read by Rachael Beresford

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

Queen Victoria's reign was an era of breathtaking social change, but it did little to create a platform for women to express themselves. But not so within the social sphere of the séance—a mysterious, lamp-lit world on both sides of the Atlantic, in which women who craved a public voice could hold their own. Learn More
Nuclear Folly

by Serhii Plokhy; read by Keith Sellon-Wright

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A harrowing account of the Cuban missile crisis and how the US and USSR came to the brink of nuclear apocalypse. Learn More
Climate, Catastrophe, and Faith

by Philip Jenkins; read by Pearl Hewitt

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One of the world's leading scholars of religious trends shows how climate change has driven dramatic religious upheavals. Learn More
A Short History of Police and Policing

by Clive Emsley; read by John Lee

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The police are constantly under scrutiny. They are criticized for failings, praised for successes, and hailed as heroes for their sacrifices. Starting from the premise that every society has norms and ways of dealing with transgressors, A Short History of Police and Policing traces the evolution of the multiple forms of "policing" that existed in the past. Learn More
Father James Page

by Larry Eugene; read by Terrence Kidd

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This first-of-its-kind biography tells the story of Rev. James Page, who rose from slavery in the nineteenth century to become a religious and political leader among African Americans as well as an international spokesperson for the cause of racial equality. Learn More
Collateral Damage

by Mark Shaw, read by Phil Thron

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In a breakthrough book that is sure to be relevant for years to come, bestselling author (The Reporter Who Knew Too Much) and distinguished historian Mark Shaw investigates the connection between the mysterious deaths of motion picture screen siren Marilyn Monroe, President John F. Kennedy, and What's My Line? TV star and crack investigative reporter Dorothy Kilgallen. Learn More
The Wealth of Refugees

by Alexander Betts; read by Jennifer M. Dixon

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Refugee numbers are increasing due to a proliferation of fragile states, and this problem will be exacerbated by climate change and the impact of COVID-19. The Wealth of Refugees identifies approaches that can be effective in improving the welfare of refugees, increasing social cohesion between refugees and host communities, and reducing the need for onward migration. Learn More
Love Lives

by Carol Dyhouse; read by Rachael Beresford

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The story of how women's lives, loves, and dreams have been reshaped since 1950, the year of Walt Disney's Cinderella and a time when teenage girls dreamed of marriage, Mr. Right, and happy endings. Learn More
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