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The Pandemic Century

by Mark Honigsbaum; read by John Lee

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A medical historian narrates the last century of scientific struggle against an enduring enemy: deadly contagious disease. Learn More
The Parable of the Knocker

by Bryan Porter; read by Michael Butler Murray

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The Parable of the Knocker is a nonfiction book about the investigation, prosecution, and trial of a notorious serial killer, Charles Severance. Learn More
Patsy

by Nicole Dennis-Benn; read by Sharon Gordon

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#1 Downloaded title on Audible in LGBT Literature
Jenna Bush Hagar Book Club Pick
BuzzFeed Summer Reads
O Magazine's Best Books by Women of Summer 2019

A beautifully layered portrait of motherhood, immigration, and the sacrifices we make in the name of love from award-winning novelist Nicole Dennis-Benn. Learn More
Pay Day

by ReShonda Tate Billinglsey & Richelle Denise; read by Janina Edwards & Leon Nixon

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When the office lotto pool lands the winning ticket for four friends, each will embark on journeys that change their lives forever. Learn More
Phantoms

by Christian Kiefer; read by Peter Berkrot

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One of the Millions' "Most Anticipated" Books of 2019

Torn apart by war and bigotry, two families confront long-buried secrets in this haunting American novel of World War II and Vietnam. Learn More
The Physics of Superheroes

by James Kakalios; Foreword by Lawrence M. Krauss; read by Kevin T. Collins

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A complete update to the hit book on the real physics at work in comic books, featuring more heroes, more villains, and more science. Learn More
Playing God

by Anthony Youn, MD with Alan Eisenstock; read by Kyle Tait

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In this thrilling and moving memoir, Dr. Anthony Youn reveals that the true metamorphosis from student to doctor occurs not in medical school but in the formative years of residency training and early practice. Learn More
Post-Liberalism

by Fred Dallmayr; read by Sean Runnette

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Drawing on a wide range of contemporary political, religious, and secular thought, Fred Dallmayr charts a possible path to a liberal socialism that is devoid of egalitarian imperatives and a private sphere free from acquisitiveness. Learn More
Prairie Fever

Michael Parker; read by Gabra Zackman

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Set in the hardscrabble landscape of early 1900s Oklahoma, but timeless in its sensibility, Prairie Fever traces the dynamic between two sisters: the pragmatic Lorena and the chimerical Elise. Their connection to each other supersedes all else, until the arrival of a schoolteacher sunders the sisters' relationship as they both begin to fall for him. Learn More
Profits and Sustainability

by Geoffrey Jones; read by Mike Chamberlain

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Are profits and sustainability compatible? This book brings unique perspectives to this key debate by exploring the history of green entrepreneurship since the nineteenth century, and its spread globally in industries including renewable energy, organic food, natural beauty, ecotourism, recycling, architecture, and finance. Learn More
Rabbits For Food

by Binnie Kirshenbaum; read by Hillary Huber

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New York Times Recommended Book
A LitHub Most Anticipated Book of 2019

From master of razor-edged literary humor Binnie Kirshenbaum, a devastating, laugh-out-loud funny story of a writer's slide into depression and institutionalization. Learn More
Reaching for the Moon

by Roger D. Launius; read by Keith Sellon-Wright

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Fifty years after the Moon landing, a new history of the space race explores the lives of both Soviet and American engineers. Learn More
Reasonable Insanity

by Cynthia Freeman Gibbs; read by Janina Edwards

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On the outside, clinical psychologist Dr. Olivia C. Maxwell appears to live a life others only dream about. She has a sexy husband, a big house, luxury cars, and two gorgeous children, and she attends all the see-and-be-seen events. To add to the mix, she is beautiful, tall, fit, and intelligent. But what people can't see is that inside, Olivia is living a nightmare. Learn More
The Red Threads of Fortune

by J.Y. Yang, read by Nancy Wu

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JY Yang presents Book 2 of the Tensorate series. Learn More
The Regency Years

by Robert Morrison; read by Chris MacDonnell

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A surprising and lively history of an overlooked era that brought the modern world of art, culture, and science decisively into view. Learn More
Replacement Child

by Judy L. Mandel; read by Laural Merlington

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In her award-winning memoir, Replacement Child—now a New York Times bestseller—Judy L. Mandel tells the true story of a horrifying accident: A plane crashes into a family's home, leaving one daughter severely burned and another dead. The death of the child leaves a hole in the family that threatens to tear it apart. In an attempt to fill the painful gap, the parents have a "replacement child." Learn More
Rethinking Consciousness

by Michael S. A. Graziano; read by David de Vries

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Neuroscientist and psychologist Michael S. A. Graziano puts forward a groundbreaking new theory on the origin of consciousness.
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Riskwork

by Michael Power; read by Shawn Compton

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This collection of essays deals with the situated management of risk in a wide variety of organizational settings—aviation, mental health, railway project management, energy, toy manufacture, financial services, chemicals regulation, and NGOs. Learn More
The Role of the Scroll

by Thomas Forrest Kelly; read by Adam Verner

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Scrolls have always been shrouded by a kind of aura, a quality of somehow standing outside of time. They hold our attention with their age, beauty, and perplexing format. Beginning in the fourth century, the codex—or book—became the preferred medium for long texts. Why, then, did some people in the Middle Ages continue to make scrolls? Learn More
Rough Magic

By Lara Prior-Palmer; read by Henrietta Meire

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A Publishers Weekly Most Anticipated Book of the Season
The Millions Most Anticipated in May
O Magazine's Best Books by Women of Summer 2019

Told with terrific suspense and style, Rough Magic captures the extraordinary story of one young woman who forged ahead, against all odds, to become the first female winner of the world's longest, toughest horse race. Learn More
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