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When the Missouri Ran Red

by James Woolard; read by Kevin T. Collins

A lyrical, visceral epic set in the final months of the Civil War and filled with vivid historical details, gripping adventure, and raw human drama, this powerhouse of a novel from award-winning author and master historian James R. Woolard follows a young man's harrowing coming-of-age journey from Confederate captive to Union prisoner to unchained force of vengeance. Learn More

by Claire Keegan; read by Aoife McMahon, Sheena May, Aidan Quinn, and Sophie Roberts

This prize-winning debut collection of fifteen stories by the acclaimed Irish author are "among the finest contemporary stories written recently in English" (The Observer). Learn More

by Claire Keegan; read by Aoife McMahon

AudioFile Earphone Award Winner

A small girl is sent to live with foster parents on a farm in rural Ireland, without knowing when she will return home. In the strangers' house, she finds a warmth and affection she has not known before and slowly begins to blossom in their care. And then a secret is revealed and suddenly, she realizes how fragile her idyll is. Learn More
Walk the Blue Fields

by Claire Keegan; read by Aoife McMahon, Aidan Quinn, and Aidan Kelly

"Seven perfect short stories" from the award-winning author of Antarctica—"a writer who is instinctively cherished and praised" (The Guardian, UK). Learn More
The Seamstress of New Orleans

by Diane C. McPhail; read by Jessica Marchbank

Against the backdrop of the first all-female Mardi Gras krewe in turn-of-the-century New Orleans, Diane McPhail's mesmerizing historical novel tells of two strangers separated by background but bound by an unexpected secret—and of the strength and courage women draw from and inspire in each other. Learn More
2 A.M. in Little America

by Ken Kalfus; read by BJ Harrison

An Esquire "Best Book of Spring 2022" selection
A Literary Hub "Most Anticipated Book of 2022" selection

From "an important writer in every sense" (David Foster Wallace), a novel that imagines a future in which sweeping civil conflict has forced America's young people to flee its borders, into an unwelcoming world. Learn More
Mr. Wilder and Me

by Jonathan Coe; read by Kristen Atherton

A must-listen novel from the award-winning author of The Rotter's Club and Middle England. Learn More
Before All the World

by Moriel Rothman-Zecher; read by Moriel Rothman-Zecher

A mesmerizing, inventive story of three souls in 1930s Philadelphia seizing new life while haunted by the old. Learn More
The Presence of Absence

by Simon Van Booy; read by Philip Battley

As a writer lies dying, he has one last story to tell: a tale of faith and devotion, a meditation on what lies beyond this life, and a prayer of gratitude that may lead to rebirth. This is Simon Van Booy at his visionary best. Learn More

by Allie Rowbottom; read by Chelsea Stephens

In a debut novel as radiant as it is caustic, a former influencer confronts her past—and takes inventory of the damages that underpin the surface-glamour of social media. Learn More
About Face

by William Giraldi; read by Stephen Bel Davies

A tragicomic novel of a fame-obsessed American society yet again on the brink. Learn More
Natural History

by Andrea Barrett; read by Teri Schnaubelt

A masterful new collection of interconnected stories, from the renowned National Book Award–winning author. Learn More
The Strange Inheritance of Leah Fern

by Rita Zoey Chin; read by Sarah Skaer

A luminous coming of age story about a fiercely lonely young woman's quest to uncover the truth behind her mother's disappearance. Learn More
U Up?

by Catie Disabato; read by Krystal Hammond

A young woman investigates her best friend's disappearance while navigating codependent friendships, toxic exes, and witchy rituals. Learn More
When I Sing, Mountains Dance

by Irene Solà, translated by Mara Faye Lethem; read by Joe Lewis

A spellbinding novel that places one family's tragedies against the uncontainable life force of the land itself. Learn More
Desolation Peak

by Jack Kerouac, edited by Charles Shuttleworth; read by Christian Rummel

Jack Kerouac's experience on Desolation Peak forms the climax of his novel The Dharma Bums and has also been depicted in part 1 of Desolation Angels and a chapter in his nonfiction book Lonesome Traveler. None of these versions offers a full, true picture, however; and for that reason, Desolation Peak is essential listening. Learn More
Things We Found When the Water Went Down

by Tegan Nia Swanson; read by Ann Richardson

In this dark and ethereal debut novel, a young woman tries to make sense of strange artifacts and unsettling memories in an effort to find her mother—missing since being accused of murder. Learn More
Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris and Mrs. Harris Goes to New York

by Paul Gallico; read by Juliet Stevenson

This must-listen audiobook includes Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris (now a major motion picture) and Mrs. Harris Goes to New York. Learn More
Swann's War

by Michael Oren; read by Nicol Zanzarella

A thrilling literary fiction whodunit for fans of Delia Owens and Jacqueline Winspear. Learn More
Judas Goat

by Gabrielle Bates; read by Gabrielle Bates

A must-listen poetry collection from Gabrielle Bates. Learn More
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