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I've Been Wrong Before

by Evan James; read by Charlie Thurston

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From the award-winning essayist and author of the “shrewd as hell and hysterically funny” (Carmen Maria Machado, author of Her Body and Other Parties) novel Cheer Up, Mr. Widdicombe comes a moving and unforgettable essay collection about his travels around the globe as he reflects on the power and complexity of human relationships. Learn More
Illuminating History

by Bernard Bailyn; read by Tom Parks

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The brilliance of a master historian shines through this personal account of a lifetime's work. Learn More
In Our Prime

by Susan J. Douglas; read by Coleen Marlo

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Do you see women your age portrayed as puttering gardeners and docile grannies? Do you feel bombarded by anti-aging products that insist you must "defy" getting older? Do you feel invisible in professional and social situations? And have you had enough and are you ready to challenge the intertwining of sexism and ageism in our culture? Learn More
In Praise of Walking

by Shane O'Mara; read by Liam Gerrard

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In this captivating book, neuroscientist Shane O’Mara invites us to marvel at the benefits walking confers on our bodies and brains, and to appreciate the advantages of this uniquely human skill. Learn More
In the Company of Fools

by Tania Bayard; read by Steven Crossley

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A baby abandoned in the palace gardens leads scribe sleuth Christine de Pizan into a mystery involving murder, superstition, and scandal in fourteenth-century France. Learn More
In the Matter of Nat Turner

by Christopher Tomlins; read by Paul Boehmer

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A bold new interpretation of Nat Turner and the slave rebellion that stunned the American South. Learn More
The Inevitability of Tragedy

by Berry Gewen; read by Paul Woodson

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A new portrait of Henry Kissinger focusing on the fundamental ideas underlying his policies: Realism, balance of power, and national interest. Learn More
Jefferson’s Muslim Fugitives

by Jeffrey Einboden; read by Paul Boehmer

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Revealing Jefferson's lifelong entanglements with slavery and Islam, Jefferson's Muslim Fugitives tracks the ascent of Arabic slave writings to the highest halls of US power, while questioning why such vital legacies from the American past have been entirely forgotten. Learn More
Kingdom of Nauvoo

by Benjamin E. Park; read by Bob Souer

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Compared to the Puritans, Mormons have rarely gotten their due, often treated as fringe cultists or marginalized polygamists unworthy of serious examination. In Kingdom of Nauvoo, Benjamin E. Park excavates the brief, tragic life of a lost Mormon city, demonstrating that the Mormons are essential to understanding American history writ large. Learn More
Kompromat

by Giorgi Rtskhiladze; read by Bruce Mann

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Kompromat is Giorgi Rtskhiladze's story of growing up in Soviet Georgia, emigrating to the US, and his dealings with Donald Trump. Learn More
The Last Hunt

by Deon Meyer; read by Simon Vance

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From internationally acclaimed crime writer Deon Meyer, a new thriller that leads detectives Benny Griessel and Vaughn Cupido into the treacherous waters of government corruption at the highest level. Learn More
Leading in the Digital World

by Amit S. Mukherjee; read by Steve Menasche

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The definitive book on leadership in the digital era: why digital technologies call for leadership that emphasizes creativity, collaboration, and inclusivity. Learn More
Let the People Rule

by John G. Matsusaka; read by Christopher Grove

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With a crisis of representation hobbling democracies across the globe, Let the People Rule offers important new ideas about the crucial role the referendum can play in the future of government. Learn More
Let Them Eat Tweets

by Jacob S. Hacker & Paul Pierson; read by Peter Berkrot

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A groundbreaking account of the dangerous marriage of plutocratic economic priorities and right-wing populist appeals—and how it threatens the pillars of American democracy. Learn More
The Letter

by Anthony Sciarratta; read by Lila Wynne

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When famous writer Victor Esposito falls into a coma, the memories of a ten-year-old love affair come roaring back to Eva Abram's mind, uprooting her quiet Long Island life. Learn More
The Linen Queen

by Patricia Falvey; read by Sarah-Jane Drummey

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A must-listen novel from the bestselling author of The Yellow House. Learn More
The Little Book of Support for New Moms

by Beccy Hands & Alexis Stickland; read by Gemma Dawson

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A survival guide to the emotional and physical roller coaster of becoming a new mom. Learn More
Living in Color

by Tommy Davidson; read by Tommy Davidson

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In this revealing memoir, Tommy Davidson shares his unique perspective on making it in Hollywood, being an integral part of television history, on fame and family, and on living a life that has never been black and white—just funny and true. Learn More
The Los Angeles Diaries

by James Brown; read by Charles Constant

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Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year

Plagued by the suicides of both his siblings, heir to alcohol and drug abuse, divorce and economic ruin, James Brown lived a life clouded by addiction, broken promises and despair. In The Los Angeles Diaries he reveals his struggle for survival, mining his past to present the inspiring story of his redemption. Learn More
Losing Jon

by David Parrish; read by Jonathan Yen

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A PopSugar Best True Crime Book of 2020

David Parrish was in disbelief when he learned that nineteen-year-old Jon Bowie's body had been found hanged from a backstop at the local high school's baseball field and the death declared a suicide. However, when David learned how Jon's body was found, he felt compelled to find the facts behind this incomprehensible tragedy. Learn More
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