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Orchid Muse

by Erica Hannickel; read by Nicol Zanzarella

A kaleidoscopic journey into the world of nature’s most tantalizing flower, and the lives it has inspired. Learn More
Hillbilly Nationalists, Urban Race Rebels, and Black Power

by Amy Sonnie and James Tracy; read by Mike Chamberlain

The little-known story of poor and working-class whites, urban ethnic groups, and Black Panthers organizing side by side for social justice in the 1960s and '70s. Learn More
Keeping Family Secrets

by Margaret K. Nelson; read by Janet Metzger

From teen pregnancy and gay sexuality to Communism and disability, the startling secrets that families kept during the Cold War era. Learn More
The Marauders

by Patrick Strickland; read by Kent Klineman

This real-life Western tells the story of how citizens in a small Arizona border town stood up to anti-immigrant militias and vigilantes. Learn More
The Other Side of Prospect

by Nicholas Dawidoff; read by Diontae Black

A landmark work of intimate reporting on inequality, race, class, and violence, told through a murder and intersecting lives in an iconic American neighborhood. Learn More
A Black Theology of Liberation

by James H. Cone; foreword by Peter J. Paris; read by Amir Abdullah

The classic text in black theology, with a new introduction by Peter J. Paris and afterword by Kelly Brown Douglas. Learn More
The Commanders

by Lloyd Clark; read by Julian Elfer

From an acclaimed military historian, the interlocking lives of three of the most important and consequential generals in World War II. Learn More
Beyond Measure

by James Vincent; read by James Vincent

A vibrant account of how measurement has invisibly shaped our world, from ancient civilizations to the modern day. Learn More
Misinformation Nation

by Jordan E. Taylor; read by Christopher P. Brown

"Fake news" is not new. Just like millions of Americans today, the revolutionaries of the eighteenth century worried that they were entering a "post-truth" era. Their fears, however, were not fixated on social media, but rather on peoples' increasing reliance on news gathered from foreign newspapers. In Misinformation Nation, Jordan E. Taylor reveals how foreign news defined the boundaries of American politics and ultimately drove colonists to revolt against Britain and create a new nation. Learn More
Wild New World

by Dan Flores; read by Clark Cornell

A deep-time history of animals and humans in North America, by the bestselling and award-winning author of Coyote America. Learn More
Paris and Her Cathedrals

by R. Howard Bloch; read by Matthew Josdal

For history readers, travelers, and scholars alike, an indispensable behind-the-scenes guide to the great cathedrals of Paris. Learn More
How to Win the War on Truth

by Samuel C. Spitale; read by Patrick Lawlor

Made to Stick by Chip Heath meets Thing Explainer by Randall Munroe in this guide to navigating today's post-truth landscape, filled with examples of modern-day propaganda campaigns. Learn More
A Continent Erupts

by Ronald H. Spector; read by BJ Harrison

A harrowing history of the conflicts that swept Asia during the decade following World War II―and determined the fate of the continent. Learn More
Taxes Have Consequences

by Arthur B. Laffer, PhD, Brian Domitrovic, PhD, and Jeanne Cairns Sinquefield, PhD; read by Rick Adamson

The definitive history of the effect of the income tax on the economy. Learn More
How to Grieve

by Marcus Tullius Cicero; translated by Michael Fontaine; read by Gareth Richards

An engaging new translation of a timeless masterpiece about coping with the death of a loved one. Learn More
How to Say No

by Diogenes; read by Liam Gerrard

An entertaining and enlightening collection of ancient writings about the philosophers who advocated simple living and rejected unthinking conformity. Learn More
How to Have a Life

by Seneca; read by Esther Wane

A vibrant new translation of Seneca's "On the Shortness of Life," a pointed reminder to make the most of our time. Learn More
Voices from the Confederacy

by Samuel W. Mitcham, Jr.; read by J. Rodney Turner

They say history is written by the victors. In the case of the Civil War, that's largely true. But historian Samuel Mitcham brings the Southern point of view to life in Voices from the Confederacy. Learn More
For a Dollar and a Dream

by Jonathan D. Cohen; read by Tom Lennon

This first comprehensive history of America's lottery obsession explores the spread of state lotteries and how players and policymakers alike got hooked on wishful dreams of an elusive jackpot. Learn More
The Yank

by John Crawley; read by David de Vries

1975: A young Irish-American man joins an elite US Marine unit to get the most intensive military training possible—then joins the Irish Republican Army, during the days of some of the bloodiest fighting ever in the Irish-British conflict. Learn More
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