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The Language of Climate Politics

thelanguageofclimatepolitics

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A groundbreaking investigation into the propaganda justifying the fossil-fuel economy, The Language of Climate Politics offers listeners powerful new ways to talk about the climate crisis that will help create transformative change. Learn More
Making Makers

by Michael P. M. Finch; read by Kent Klineman

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Making Makers presents a comprehensive history of a seminal work of scholarship which has exerted a persistent attraction for scholars of war and strategy: Makers of Modern Strategy. It reveals the processes by which scholars conceived and devised the book, considering both successful and failed attempts to make and remake the work across the twentieth century, and illuminating its impact and legacy. Learn More
The Longest Con

by Joe Conason; read by Steve Marvel

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A sardonic chronicle of how conservatism turned into a racketeering enterprise—and why Donald Trump became the living emblem of the American right's moral decay. Learn More
Last of Its Kind

by Gísli Pálsson; read by Paul Woodson

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How an iconic bird's final days exposed the reality of human-caused extinction. Learn More
Dispersals

by Jessica J. Lee; read by Jessica J. Lee

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A prize-winning memoirist and nature writer turns to the lives of plants entangled in our human world to explore belonging, displacement, identity, and the truths of our shared future. Learn More
Spy Hook

by Len Deighton; read by James Lailey

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Len Deighton presents Book 4 in the Bernard Samson series. Learn More
Spy Line

by Len Deighton; read by James Lailey

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In the thrilling penultimate installment of the Hook, Line, Sinker trilogy, Bernard's personal and professional life collide with devastating consequences. Learn More
Spy Sinker

by Len Deighton; read by James Lailey

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Spy Sinker marks the stunning end to Len Deighton's magnificent international espionage saga. Learn More
King of the World

by David Remnick; read by Bill Andrew Quinn

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The bestselling biography of Muhammad Ali—with an Introduction by Salman Rushdie. Learn More
The Future Was Color

by Patrick Nathan; read by Oscar Reyes

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A dazzling novel about the inextricable link between the personal and the political set against the decadence of Hollywood and postwar Los Angeles. Learn More
Beautiful Writers

by Linda Sivertsen; read by Tom Perkins, Leanne Woodward, and Linda Sivertsen

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This heartwarming, how-I-made-it writing memoir from a working writer you've never heard of with inspiration and advice from the legends you love will help aspiring authors avoid common pitfalls and energize career writers with a treasure trove of writing insights from their peers—the details you don't often hear but make a world of difference. Learn More
Beyond the Bamboo Curtain

by Dr. Michael Soon Lee; read by Dr. Michael Soon Lee

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Shedding light on the diverse Asian American experience mostly absent from history books and the media . . . or distorted by stereotypes such as the myth of the "model minority," this book illuminates the many facets of Asian Americans lives and strives to educate to help reduce violence and anti-Asian sentiment. Learn More
Best, First, and Last

by Amy T. Matthews; read by Brigid Lohrey

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Three generations of women set out to heal their broken hearts on a grand adventure of hiking the Incan Trail to Machu Picchu in this stirring, spirited, and ultimately joyful journey of love and self discovery for fans of Rebecca Serle and Josie Silver . . . Learn More
Secrets of Rose Briar Hall

by Kelsey James; read by Sofia Willingham

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In this Gilded Age gothic homage to Gaslight starring Ingrid Bergman, a wealthy young newlywed in early twentieth-century New York is isolated within her opulent, yet ominously empty mansion by the charismatic and controlling new husband plotting to undermine her sanity . . . Learn More
The Quiet Coup

by Mehrsa Baradaran; read by Seena Ghaznavi

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The celebrated legal scholar and author of The Color of Money reveals how neoliberals rigged American law, creating widespread distrust, inequality, and injustice. Learn More
Swimming Pretty

by Vicki Valosik; read by Sarah Welborn

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From vaudeville tank shows to the Olympic arena, a groundbreaking history of how women found synchronicity—and power—in water. Learn More
The Garden Against Time

by Olivia Laing; read by Olivia Laing

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Inspired by the restoration of her own garden, "imaginative and empathetic critic" (NPR) Olivia Laing embarks on an exhilarating investigation of paradise. Learn More
An Advancement of Learning

by Reginald Hill; read by Shaun Grindell

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The "master of . . . cerebral puzzle mysteries" sends his Yorkshire detectives back to college to be taught a lesson in murder (The New York Times). Learn More
Drowned Hopes

by Donald E. Westlake; read by Justin Price

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This rollicking tale of an aging robber who wants to blow up a reservoir "will keep readers laughing" (Publishers Weekly).
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Breakthrough

by Ahmed Hankir; read by Josh Bloomberg

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Explore mental health, wellness, and illness in this engaging and insightful discussion from a practicing psychiatrist who himself lives with a mental health condition. Learn More
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