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Cry Wilderness

by Frank Capra; read by Tim Campbell

Cry Wilderness is a recently discovered unpublished novel by the famed director, Frank Capra. Learn More

by Andrea Kleine; read by Teri Schnaubelt

Included in The New Yorker’s “Briefly Noted”
One of Vanity Fair's "Summer's Smartest and Most Innovative Thrillers"
​One of Nylon’s “Great Books to Read this Summer”

Eden is a bold, page-turning novel that follows how a childhood abduction sets two sisters on very different courses. Learn More

by Silas House; read by Charlie Thurston

AudioFile Earphones Award Winner
Indie Next List

Southernmost is a tender and heartbreaking novel about love and its consequences, both within the South and beyond. Learn More
The Shades

by Evgenia Citkowitz; read by Sarah Zimmerman

Spare and haunting, The Shades is a gripping mystery and profound study of a family in crisis. Learn More
Welcome to Lagos

by Chibundu Onuzo; read by Robin Miles

Indie Next List

Full of humor and heart, Welcome to Lagos is a high-spirited novel about aspirations and escape, innocence and corruption. It offers a provocative portrait of contemporary Nigeria that marks the arrival in the United States of an extraordinary young writer. Learn More
The China Lover

by Ian Buruma; read by Nigel Patterson

From Shanghai before and during the Second World War to U.S. occupied Tokyo, and, finally, to the Middle East in the early 1970s, Ian Buruma's masterful novel about the intoxicating power of collective fantasy follows three star-struck men driven to extraordinary acts by their devotion to the same legendary woman. Learn More

by Gina Apostol; read by Justine Eyre

PW Best Books of 2018
BuzzFeed Best Fiction of 2018
Dayton Literary Peace Prize Finalist

Within the spiraling voices and narrative layers of Insurrecto are stories of women—artists, lovers, revolutionaries, daughters—finding their way to their own truths and histories. Using interlocking voices and a kaleidoscopic structure, the novel is startlingly innovative, meditative, and playful. Learn More
The Kinship of Secrets

by Eugenia Kim; read by Janet Song

From the author of The Calligrapher's Daughter comes the riveting story of two sisters, one raised in the United States, the other in South Korea, and the family that bound them together even as the Korean War kept them apart. Learn More
Moon Tiger

by Penelope Lively, read by Ruth Urquhart

HighBridge Audio presents Penelope Lively's Man Booker Prize–winning novel Moon Tiger. Learn More
Cherry Blossoms

by Kim Hooper; read by Peter Berkrot

From the author of the critically acclaimed debut People Who Knew Me comes the story of one man's determination to abandon his will to live. Learn More
Forgiveness Road

Mandy Mikulencak; read by Amy Landon

In this powerful and ultimately uplifting new novel set in 1970s Mississippi, the acclaimed author of The Last Suppers tells of three generations of women whose lives are thrown into upheaval when a dark secret is brutally exposed . . .
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Tomorrow's Bread

Anna Jean Mayhew; read by Allyson Johnson

From the author of the acclaimed The Dry Grass of August comes a richly researched yet lyrical Southern-set novel that explores the conflicts of gentrification—a moving story of loss, love, and resilience. Learn More
A People's History of Heaven

by Mathangi Subramanian; read by Jeed Saddy

A Lit Hub Most Anticipated Book of 2019

A politically driven graffiti artist. A transgender Christian convert. A blind girl who loves to dance. A queer daughter of a hijabi union leader. These are some of the young women who live in a Bangalore slum known as Heaven, young women whom listeners will come to love in the moving, atmospheric, and deeply inspiring debut, A People's History of Heaven. Learn More
Before I Wake

by David Morrell; read by Cassandra Campbell & Danny Campbell

David Morrell presents his highly anticipated short-story collection Before I Wake. Learn More
The Dollmaker

by Nina Allan; read by Alex Wyndham

A love story of two very real, unusual people, and a novel rich with wonders that shines a radically different light on society's marginal figures. Learn More
Here Until August

by Josephine Rowe; read by Cat Gould

From the Catskills to New South Wales, from the remote and abandoned island outports of Newfoundland to the sprawl of a North American metropolis, the transformative stories in Here Until August show how the places where we choose to live our lives can just as easily turn us inward as outward. Learn More
Yellow Earth

by John Sayles; read by Gary Tiedemann

In Yellow Earth, the site of Three Nations reservations on the banks of the Missouri River in North Dakota, Sayles introduces us to Harleigh Killdeer, chairman of the Tribal Business Council. "An activist in his way, a product of the Casino Era," Kildeer, who is contracted by oil firm Case and Crosby, spearheads the new Three Nations Petroleum Company. Learn More
Vera Violet

by Melissa Anne Peterson; read by Cassandra Campbell

Set against the backdrop of a decaying Pacific Northwest lumber town, Vera Violet is a debut that explores themes of poverty, violence, and environmental degradation as played out in the young lives of a group of close-knit friends. Melissa Anne Peterson's voice is powerful and poetic, her vision unflinching. Learn More
The Posthumous Memoirs of Brás Cubas

by Joaquim Maria Machado de Assis; translated by Flora Thomson-DeVeaux; read by Gary Tiedemann

A revelatory new translation of the playful, incomparable masterpiece of one of the greatest black authors in the Americas. Learn More
Tolstoy Lied

by Rachel Kadish; read by Jennifer Jill Araya

Headed for tenure at a major university, Tracy Farber is determined to demonstrate that Tolstoy is wrong in his argument that only unhappiness is interesting and sets out to prove that happiness and the search for happiness are complicated. Learn More
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