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38 Nooses

by Scot W. Berg; read by Paul Heitsch

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Scott W. Berg recounts an overlooked but seminal moment in American history. Learn More
About Us

by Andrew Solomon - foreword, Peter Catapano - editor; read by Coleen Marlo & Jonathan Todd Ross

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Based on the pioneering New York Times series, About Us collects the personal essays and reflections that have transformed the national conversation around disability. Learn More
The Accusation

by Edward Berenson; read by Paul Boehmer

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A chilling investigation of America's only alleged case of blood libel, and what it reveals about antisemitism in the United States and Europe.
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The Affair

by Colette Freedman; read by Callie Beaulieu

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Skillfully crafted and deeply insightful, The Affair sensitively explores the complexities of love and the challenge of ever knowing another person fully, even as we endeavor to understand our own deepest longings. Learn More
All the Forgivenesses

by Elizabeth Hardinger; read by Stephanie Einstein

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Set in Appalachia and the Midwest at the turn of the twentieth century, this exquisite debut novel paints an intimately rendered portrait of one resilient farm family's challenges and hard-won triumphs—helmed by an unforgettable heroine. Learn More
American Cuisine

by Paul Freedman; read by Paul Heitsch

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With an ambitious sweep over two hundred years, Paul Freedman's compelling history shows that there actually is an American cuisine. Learn More
American JewBu

by Emily Sigalow; read by Rebecca Gibel

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American JewBu highlights the leading role that American Jews have played in the popularization of meditation and mindfulness in the United States, and the profound impact that these two venerable traditions have had on one another. Learn More
American Messiahs

by Adam Morris; read by Joel Richards

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Buzzfeed’s 37 Spring Reads 2019

A history with sweeping implications, American Messiahs challenges our previous misconceptions about "cult" leaders and their messianic power. Learn More
American Restoration

by Timothy S. Goeglein & Craig Osten; read by George W. Sarris

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In this clear-eyed but hopeful guide to restoration, Tim Goeglein and Craig Osten explain how patriotic Americans, with God's help, can renew fifteen critical components of our culture. Learn More
Arroyo

by Chip Jacobs; read by Joel Richards

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Set against two distinct epochs in the history of Pasadena, California, Arroyo tells the parallel stories of a young man and his dog in 1913 and 1993. Learn More
Audience of One

by James Poniewozik; read by Matthew Josdal

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Publishers Weekly Best of 2019

An incisive cultural history that captures a fractious nation through the prism of television and the rattled mind of a celebrity president. Learn More
Bagehot

by James Grant; read by Jonathan Cowley

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The definitive biography of one of the most brilliant and influential financial minds—banker, essayist, and editor of the Economist. Learn More
Beethoven

by John Clubbe; read by David Colacci

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A fascinating and in-depth exploration of how the Enlightenment, the French Revolution, and Napoleon shaped Beethoven's political ideals and inspired his groundbreaking compositions. Learn More
Beirut Hellfire Society

by Rawi Hage; read by Neil Shah

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A searing and visionary novel set in war-torn 1970s Beirut, from an author praised for his "fierce poetic originality" (Boston Globe) and "uncompromising vision" (Colm Tóibín). Learn More
Believers

by Melvin Konner; read by Tom Parks

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An anthropologist examines the nature of religiosity, and how it shapes and benefits humankind. Learn More
Belle Cora

by Phillip Margulies; read by Elizabeth Wiley & Graham Rowat

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Told with unflagging wit and verve, Belle Cora brings to life a turbulent era and an untamed America on the cusp of greatness. Its heroine is a woman in conflict with her time, who nevertheless epitomizes it with her fighting spirit, her gift for self-invention, and her determination to chart her own fate. Learn More
Big Tech Tyrants

by Floyd Brown & Todd Cefaratti; read by Shawn Compton

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Big Tech Tyrants: How Silicon Valley's Stealth Practices Addict Teens, Silence Speech, and Steal Your Privacy is an eye-opening, must-listen book for anyone living in the twenty-first century. Learn More
Biloxi

by Mary Miller; read by Danny Campbell

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The Millions Most Anticipated in May

Mary Miller seizes the mantle of Southern literature with this wry tale of middle age and the unexpected turns a life can take. Learn More
Biofeedback and Mindfulness in Everyday Life

by Inna Khazan, PhD

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In Biofeedback and Mindfulness in Everyday Life, Harvard Medical School faculty member Inna Khazan pairs biofeedback techniques with mindfulness practice to address some of life's most common ailments—from anxiety and fear to stress and insomnia. Learn More
The Bird Boys

by Lisa Sandlin; read by Rebecca Gibel

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The new novel from award-winning author Lisa Sandlin catches up with the almost-murdered secretary Delpha Wade (The Do-Right, 2015, set in 1973) as she's released from a hospital in order to be tucked into the back seat of a police cruiser. Learn More
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