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Digging Stars

by Novuyo Rosa Tshuma; read by Nene Nwoko

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Blending drama and satire while examining the complexities of colonialism, racism, and what it means to be American, Digging Stars probes the emotional universes of love, friendship, family, and nationhood. Learn More
Dispatches from the AIDS Pandemic

by Kevin M. De Cock, Harold W. Jaffe, and James W. Curran; edited by Robin Moseley; read by Curtis Michael Holland

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Authentic and insightful, Dispatches from the AIDS Pandemic provides an authoritative account of an epidemic and its central role in the expansion of global public health. Learn More
Dogwhistles and Figleaves

by Jennifer Mather Saul; read by Jennifer Mather Saul

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This book pinpoints how "dogwhistles" and "figleaves," two kinds of linguistic trick, distort political discourse and normalize racism. Learn More
Eat Without Fear

by Nicholas R. Farrell, PhD, Carolyn Black Becker, PhD, ABPP, and Glenn Waller, DPhil; read by Danny Hughes

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Eating disorders are serious conditions that can be hard to treat; however, the chances of overcoming an eating disorder increase when exposure therapy is used as part of the overall treatment strategy. Eat Without Fear provides practical, accessible information about this innovative, scientifically-supported approach, as well as guidance on how to apply it effectively to beat an eating disorder using a "team approach" that involves family members, friends, and other loved ones. Learn More
An Emancipation of the Mind

by Matthew Stewart; read by Mike Chamberlain

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The story of how a band of antislavery leaders recovered the radical philosophical inspirations of the first American Revolution to defeat the slaveholders' oligarchy in the Civil War. Learn More
Enough as You Are

by Scott Stabile; read by Scott Stabile

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In this heart-expanding collection of poetry and short prose, Scott Stabile delivers liberating truths rooted in the premise that each of us is beautiful, whole, and enough—just as we are. Learn More
A Fabulous Failure

by Nelson Lichtenstein and Judith Stein; read by Tom Campbell

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This book reveals why Bill Clinton's expansive agenda was a fabulous failure, and why its demise still haunts us today. Learn More
Fierce Ambition

by Jennet Conant; read by EJ Lavery

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A spirited portrait of twentieth-century war correspondent Maggie Higgins and her tenacious fight to the top in a male-dominated profession. Learn More
Flight of the Wild Swan

by Melissa Pritchard; read by Jayne Entwistle

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A majestic novel of Florence Nightingale, whose courage, self-confidence, and resilience transformed nursing and the role of women in medicine. Learn More
Four Thousand Paws

by Lee Morgan; read by Danny Campbell

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An intimate account—the first from a trail veterinarian—of the canines who brave the challenges of the Iditarod. Learn More
Free Speech and Turbulent Freedom

by Michael J. Glennon; read by Perry Daniels

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A brisk, practical defense of free speech in America's digital public square that calls on the courts to reject the censors' absolutism, enforce enduring First Amendment principles, and restore a vigorous and robust marketplace of ideas. Learn More
From From

by Monica Youn; read by Monica Youn

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A must-listen collection by Monica Youn, "one of the most consistently innovative poets working today" (NPR). Learn More
Funeral in Berlin

by Len Deighton; read by James Lailey

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In 1963, Berlin is dark and dangerous. Len Deighton's skilled, jaded, anony­mous hero of The IPCRESS File is now set to arrange the defection—and fake the death—of a leading Soviet scien­tist. "A ferociously cool fable" (New York Times) and one of the first novels written after the construction of the Berlin Wall, Funeral in Berlin revels in the fraught, chilling atmosphere of a divided city. Learn More
Germany, 1923

by Volker Ullrich; translated by Jefferson Chase; read by Christopher Douyard

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From a New York Times bestselling historian comes a gripping account of the crisis that threatened to unravel the Weimar Republic. Learn More
Get Lost

by Erin Leider-Pariser; read by Erin Leider-Pariser

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Grounded in Erin Leider-Pariser's extraordinary career leading women's adventure travel across seven continents, this guide to living life to the fullest shares real-life experiences of personal transformation powered by exploring the wilds of nature and the soul. Learn More
Getting Russia Right

by Thomas Graham; read by Daniel Henning

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As US-Russian relations scrape the depths of cold-war antagonism, the promise of partnership that beguiled American administrations during the first post-Soviet decades increasingly appears to have been false from the start. Why did American leaders persist in pursuing it? Was there another path that would have produced more constructive relations or better prepared Washington to face the challenge Russia poses today? Learn More
Ghost Town

by Kevin Chen; translated by Darryl Sterk; read by Nicky Endres

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Told in a myriad of voices, both living and dead, and moving through time with deceptive ease, Kevin Chen's Ghost Town weaves a mesmerizing web of family secrets and countryside superstitions, the search for identity and clash of cultures. Learn More
Goldenseal

by Maria Hummel; read by Hillary Huber

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A Gentleman in Moscow meets My Brilliant Friend in this novel of two estranged friends who reunite to confront each other and the devastating betrayal that tore them apart. Learn More
Grow and Hide

by Colleen M. Grogan; read by Christina Delaine

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A sweeping history of the American health care state that reveals the public has been intentionally misled about the true role of government. Learn More
Happily Jewish

by Michael Levin; read by Josh Bloomberg

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For most Jews, Judaism has been a closed book . . . until now. New York Times bestselling author Michael Levin blows the dust off twenty key Jewish texts from the time of the Torah to the twenty-first century to show the brilliance, usefulness, sensitivity, and wisdom locked away in Jewish thought. Learn More
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