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Nothing to Lose

by Pastor Darrell Scott; read by Bill Andrew Quinn

Pastor Darrell Scott recounts how and why he boarded "the Trump Train," revealing the considerable difficulties he experienced along the way. Scott also provides a surprising portrait of President Donald Trump himself—his candor; his support for policies, issues, and initiatives important to the African-American community; and his little-understood relationship with Christianity. Learn More
MI5

by Keith Ewing, Joan Mahoney, Andrew Moretta; read by Michael Page

This book explores the powers, activities, and accountability of MI5 from the end of the Second World War to 1964. Learn More
A Thousand May Fall

by Brian Jordan; read by Christopher Douyard

From a Pulitzer Prize finalist, a pathbreaking history of the Civil War centered on a regiment of immigrants and their brutal experience of the conflict. Learn More
Flight of the Diamond Smugglers

by Matthew Gavin Frank; read by Jonathan Yen

Blending elements of reportage, memoir, and incantation, Flight of the Diamond Smugglers is a rare and remarkable portrait of exploitation and greed in one of the most dangerous areas of coastal South Africa. Learn More
The Girl Explorers

by Jayne Zanglein; read by Kirsten Potter

The Girl Explorers is an inspiring examination of forgotten women from history, perfect for fans of bestselling narrative history books like The Radium Girls, The Woman Who Smashed Codes, and Rise of the Rocket Girls. Learn More
Three Ordinary Girls

by Tim Brady; read by David de Vries

Three Ordinary Girls is an astonishing World War II story of a trio of fearless female resisters whose youth and innocence belied their extraordinary daring in the Nazi-occupied Netherlands. Learn More
A Long, Long Way

by Greg Garrett; read by Tom Perkins

A Long, Long Way incorporates both cinematic and religious truth-telling to the subject of race and reconciliation. In acknowledging the racist history of America's national art form, Garrett offers the possibility of hope for the future. Learn More
Forever Prisoners

by Elliot Young; read by Paul Brion

Forever Prisoners offers the first broad history of immigrant detention in the United States. Learn More
Except for Palestine

by Marc Lamont Hill, Mitchell Plitnick; read by Paul Boehmer

A bold call for the American Left to extend their politics to the issues of Israel-Palestine, from a New York Times bestselling author and experts on US policy in the region.
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The Middle Way

by Derek Chollet; read by Christopher Grove

A portrait of the effectiveness of moderation in US foreign policy, as illustrated by three of America's most consequential and widely-admired postwar presidents: Dwight Eisenhower, George H. W. Bush, and Barack Obama. Learn More
Hitler

by Volker Ullrich, Jefferson Chase; read by Sean Runnette

From the author of Hitler: Ascent, 1889–1939—a riveting account of the dictator's final years, when he got the war he wanted but his leadership led to catastrophe for his nation, the world, and himself. Learn More
Four Lost Cities

by Annalee Newitz; read by Chloe Cannon


Amazon Editor’s Pick, Best History

In Four Lost Cities, acclaimed science journalist Annalee Newitz takes listeners on an entertaining and mind-bending adventure into the deep history of urban life. Learn More
Kill Switch

by Adam Jentleson; read by P.J. Ochlan

An insider's account of how politicians representing a radical minority of Americans are using "the greatest deliberative body in the world" to hijack our democracy. Learn More
Freedom on Trial

by Scott Farris; read by Keith Sellon-Wright

Highlighting forgotten Black and white civil rights pioneers and weaving in the story of the author's own great-grandfather's crimes as a member of the Ku Klux Klan, Freedom on Trial tells a gripping story of a moment pregnant with promise when race relations in the United States might have taken a dramatically different turn. Learn More
All They Will Call You

by Tim Z. Hernandez; read by Tim Z. Hernandez

Combining years of painstaking investigative research and masterful storytelling, award-winning author Tim Z. Hernandez weaves a captivating narrative from testimony, historical records, and eyewitness accounts, reconstructing the incident and the lives behind Woody Guthrie's legendary song "Deportee." Learn More
Levon

by Sandra B. Tooze; read by Rosemary Benson

A dazzling, epic biography of Levon Helm—the beloved, legendary drummer and singer of the Band. Learn More
The Last Stargazers

by Emily Levesque; read by Janet Metzger

Award-winning astronomer Emily Levesque shares the stories of modern-day stargazers, the people willing to adventure across high mountaintops and to some of the most remote corners of the planet, all in the name of science. Learn More
The Doctors Blackwell

by Janice P. Nimura; read by Laural Merlington


One of Apple's Most Anticipated Books of Winter 2021

From Bristol, Paris, and Edinburgh to the rising cities of antebellum America, this richly researched new biography celebrates two complicated pioneers who exploded the limits of possibility for women in medicine. Learn More
The Crooked Path to Abolition

by James Oakes; read by Bob Souer

The long and turning path to the abolition of American slavery has often been attributed to the equivocations and inconsistencies of antislavery leaders, including Lincoln himself. But James Oakes's brilliant history of Lincoln's antislavery strategies reveals a striking consistency and commitment extending over many years. 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
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