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Happy Dreams of Liberty

by R. Isabela Morales; read by Allyson Johnson

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A poignant, multi-generational saga of a mixed-race family in the US West and South from the antebellum period through the rise of Jim Crow. Learn More
Hero

by Thomas Perry; read by Christina Delaine

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A private security agent finds that being branded as the City of Angels' latest hero could also make her its next victim . . . Learn More
The House of Love and Death

by Andrew Klavan; read by Adam Barr

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Andrew Klavan presents Book 3 in the Cameron Winter Mystery series. Learn More
How Polarization Begets Polarization

by Samuel Merrill, Bernard Grofman, and Thomas L. Brunell; read by Thomas L. Brunell

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Samuel Merrill III, Bernard Grofman, and Thomas L. Brunell explore the phenomenon of extreme polarization in American politics. Learn More
How to be Healthy

by Galen; translated with commentary by Katherine D. Van Schaik; read by Rick Adamson and Cindy Kay

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Timeless wisdom about how to be healthy in body and mind from one of the greatest physicians of the ancient world. Learn More
How to Care About Animals

by Porphyry; translated with commentary by Peter NobleM. D. Usher; read by

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An entertaining and enlightening anthology of classical Greek and Roman writings on animals—and our vital relationships with them. Learn More
How to Find Mental Health Care for Your Child

by Ellen B. Braaten; read by Nicol Zanzarella

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Seasoned child psychologist and author Ellen B. Braaten offers clear and expert guidance to help anxious parents navigate the complexities of mental health care. Learn More
How to Focus

by John Cassian; selected, translated, and introduced by Jamie Kreiner; read by Mike Cooper

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How you can learn to focus like a monk without living like one. Learn More
How to Make a Killing

by Tom Mueller; read by Melissa Kay Benson

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How did a lifesaving medical breakthrough become a for-profit enterprise that threatens many of the people it's meant to save? Learn More
How to Make a Killing

by Tom Mueller; read by Melissa Kay Benson

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How did a lifesaving medical breakthrough become a for-profit enterprise that threatens many of the people it's meant to save? Learn More
How to Taste Coffee

by Jessica Easto; read by Carolyn Jania

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Home coffee-making authority and author of Craft Coffee: A Manual introduces you to the wide world of coffee flavor. Learn More
I Am the Law

by Michael Molcher; read by Keval Shah

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An in-depth examination of the ways in which the comic strip Judge Dredd, published in 2000 AD, has predicted the changing face of policing in Britain over the last forty-five years. Learn More
I Done Clicked My Heels

by Taylor Byas; read by Taylor Byas

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Inspired by The Wiz, this debut, full-length poetry collection celebrates South Side Chicago and a Black woman's quest for self-discovery—one that pulls her away from the safety of home and into her power. Learn More
I Love You So Much It's Killing Us Both

by Mariah Stovall; read by Trei Taylor

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Susan Choi's Trust Exercise meets Nick Hornby's High Fidelity in a Black woman's coming-of-age story, chronicling a life-changing friendship, the interplay between music fandom and identity, and the slipperiness of sanity. Learn More
Illiberal America

by Steven Hahn; read by Mitch Crawford

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If your reaction to the January 6, 2021, insurrection at the Capitol was to think, 'That's not us,' think again: in Illiberal America, a Pulitzer Prize–winning historian uncovers a powerful illiberalism as deep seated in the American past as the founding ideals. Learn More
In the Lobby of the Dream Hotel

by Genevieve Plunkett; read by Raquel Beattie

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A young mother finds herself caught between a love affair and the wrath of her husband, who will do anything to put an end to it—even use his wife's bipolar diagnosis against her. Learn More
In the Name of Sharks

by François Sarano; read by Malcolm Hillgartner

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Drawing on the latest scientific research on the biology and ethology of sharks and their exceptional characteristics, this book aims to break through the barrier of prejudice and to pay homage to their true nature. Learn More
In the Shadow of the Round Tops

by Allen R. Thompson; read by Shawn Compton

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Exciting new research lifts much of the fog surrounding the Battle of Gettysburg and offers a glimpse into what happened on that fateful day—July 2, 1863. Learn More
The Individualization of War

edited by Jennifer Welsh, Dapo Akande, and David Rodin; read by Rick Adamson

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The Individualization of War brings together a set of leading thinkers from the fields of moral philosophy, international law, and international relations to further our understanding of not only how individualization is manifest in armed conflict—in theory and in practice—but also how it generates tensions and challenges for today's scholars and practitioners. Learn More
The Innovator's Dilemma, with a New Foreword

by Clayton M. Christensen; foreword by Marc Benioff; read by LJ Ganser and Jonathan Todd Ross

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The bestselling classic on disruptive innovation by renowned author Clayton M. Christensen. Learn More
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