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Bloodborn

by Cara Witter, Lauren Janes, Janci Patterson, and Megan Walker; read by Eunice Wong

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Cara Witter presents Book 3 in the Five Lands Saga. Learn More
How We Grow Through What We Go Through

by Christopher Willard, PsyD; read by Kent Klineman

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Turn your everyday experiences into a source of strength with the easy-to-learn practices in this uplifting guide to post-traumatic growth. Learn More
U Up?

by Catie Disabato; read by Krystal Hammond

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A young woman investigates her best friend's disappearance while navigating codependent friendships, toxic exes, and witchy rituals. Learn More
Do Everything

by Christopher H. Evans; read by Elizabeth Wiley

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The first biography of Frances Willard to be published in over thirty-five years, Do Everything explores Willard's life, her contributions as a reformer, and her broader legacy as a women's rights activist in the United States. Learn More
Political Choice in a Polarized America

by Joshua N. Zingher; read by Jonathan Sleep

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In Political Choice in a Polarized America, Joshua N. Zingher argues that the average American is much more likely to vote for the party that best represents their views than they were in the past. American voters have adapted to a more polarized environment by becoming more polarized themselves. Learn More
The Big Bang of Numbers

by Manil Suri; read by Eric Jason Martin

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Coming Soon . . . Learn More
Hate and Reconciliation

by Guido Cuyvers; read by Graham Rowat

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Coming Soon . . . Learn More
Trafficking Data

by Aynne Kokas; read by Hannah Choi

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From TikTok and Fortnite to Grindr and Facebook, Aynne Kokas delivers an urgent look into the technology firms that gather our data, and how the Chinese government is capitalizing on this data flow for political gain. Learn More
Black Label

by James L'Etoile; read by Sara Sheckells

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A pharmaceutical executive wakes up in a strange apartment and finds herself suspected of the murder of her company's CEO. Believing she's insane, or a murderer, Jillian Cooper finds herself on the run from not only the police but also gang enforcers. Learn More
The Finalist

by Joan Long; read by Petrea Burchard

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Five authors, each with their own secrets, are chosen to complete a deceased novelist's unfinished manuscript. At stake is a million dollars and a contract to continue the famous novelist's bestselling thriller series. But when one of them turns up dead, theories and accusations abound. To what lengths will competitors go to win? Learn More
Devil's Kiss

by Michelle Bennington; read by Courtney Patterson

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Michelle Bennington presents Book 1 in the Small Batch Mystery series. Learn More
Murder at Beacon Rock

by Alyssa Maxwell; read by Lauren Ezzo

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The New York Yacht Club's exclusive gathering at Newport, Rhode Island's Beacon Rock mansion hits stormy seas in the summer of 1900 when reporter Emma Cross, a lesser Vanderbilt, discovers a drowned corpse in Alyssa Maxwell's tenth Gilded Newport Mystery . . . Learn More
Aesthetica

by Allie Rowbottom; read by Chelsea Stephens

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In a debut novel as radiant as it is caustic, a former influencer confronts her past—and takes inventory of the damages that underpin the surface-glamour of social media. Learn More
A Pocket Guide to Pigeon Watching

by Rosemary Mosco; read by Janet Metzger

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Fact: Pigeons are amazing, and until recently, humans adored them. We've kept them as pets, held pigeon beauty contests, raced them, used them to carry messages over battlefields, harvested their poop to fertilize our crops—and cooked them in gourmet dishes. Now, with A Pocket Guide to Pigeon Watching, listeners can rediscover the wonder. Learn More
American Injustice

by John Paul Mac Isaac; read by Tom Parks

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As seen on Tucker Carlson Tonight: the story of how John Paul Mac Isaac tried to get the Hunter Biden laptop evidence to the authorities. Learn More
Religicide

by Georgette F. Bennett, Jerry White; read by Jonathan Yen

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A brave and timely proposal to name, investigate, and ultimately stop a new crime—the mass murder of millions of people for their faith. Learn More
Our Data, Ourselves

by Jacqueline D. Lipton; read by Corinne Davies

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A practical, user-friendly handbook for understanding and protecting our personal data and digital privacy. Learn More
Body Language

edited by Nicole Chung and Matt Ortile; read by Catherine Ho, Angela Juarez, Adi Cabral, and Sean Crisden

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A kaleidoscopic anthology of essays published by Catapult magazine about the stories our bodies tell, and how we move within—and against—expectations of race, gender, health, and ability. Learn More
How We Win the Civil War

by Steve Phillips; read by Bill Andrew Quinn

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In his latest book, Steve Phillips, bestselling author and national political commentator, pulls no punches on what America needs to do to strengthen its multiracial democracy. Learn More
After She Wrote Him

by Sulari Gentill; read by Zehra Jane Naqvi

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The captivating psychological thriller Dean Koontz calls "pure delight, a swift yet psychologically complex read" by Sulari Gentill, author of #1 LibraryReads pick The Woman in the Library. Learn More
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