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High Crime Area

Joyce Carol Oates; read by Julia Whelan, Ray Chase, Donna Postel, Luci Christian, Tamara Marston, and Chris Patton

In these eight stories, Joyce Carol Oates, unparalleled as an investigator into the intricacies of human failing, deftly tests the bonds between damaged individuals—a brother and sister, a teacher and student, two strangers on a subway—in the fearless prose for which she is justly celebrated. Learn More

Francesca Gino; read by Tamara Marston

Discover how to identify and deflect the many hidden influences that confound our intentions and keep our true objectives out of reach. Learn More
What Happened to Goldman Sachs

Steven G. Mandis; read by Sean Runnette

How did Goldman Sachs go from being one of the most respected and powerful firms on Wall Street to near collapse during the mortgage crisis? Insider Steve Mandis charts the slow drift that not just Goldman Sachs but any company may fall into if they are not minding essentials. Learn More
The Zhivago Affair

Peter Finn and Petra Couve; read by Simon Vance

The dramatic, never-before-told story of how a forbidden book in the Soviet Union became a secret CIA weapon in the ideological battle between East and West. Learn More
The Storied Life of A. J. Fikry

Gabrielle Zevin; read by Scott Brick

A LibraryReads Favorite Pick!

With his wife gone, a rare book stolen, and both his bookstore and love of life in serious decline, only something extraordinary could alter the sagging fortunes of A. J. Fikry and Island Books. What he discovers one night among the children’s books, however, could change everything. Learn More
Mandela: An Audio History

Radio Diaries; hosted by Desmond Tutu; commentary by Nelson Mandela; foreword by Joe Richman

Audie® Award Winner: Audiobook of the Year!

The award-winning radio series documenting the struggle against apartheid through intimate first-person accounts of Nelson Mandela himself as well as those who fought alongside him and against him. Learn More
The Bones Beneath

Mark Billingham; read by the author

Newly reinstated to the rank of Detective Inspector, Tom Thorne must once again face the most dangerous killer he ever put in prison. This time, things just might turn out differently—horribly and irreparably so. Learn More
My Accidental Jihad

Krista Bremer; read by Xe Sands

Indie Next List

Profoundly moving and often funny, this meditation on tolerance explores what it means to open our hearts to another culture and to embrace our own. Learn More
Alex's Wake

Martin Goldsmith; read by the author

This is a tale of two journeys—one, a journey from the ill-fated voyage of the SS St. Louis in 1939 to the death camp at Auschwitz; the other, a grandson’s journey of remembrance seventy years later. Learn More
The Transcriptionist

Amy Rowland; read by Xe Sands

An exquisite novel about journalism and ethics, the decline of the newspaper and the failure of language, and a woman’s efforts to establish her place in an increasingly alien and alienating world. Learn More
The One Safe Place

Tania Unsworth; read by Mark Turetsky

In this near-future dystopia with echoes of The Giver and Among the Hidden, Tania Unsworth has created an unsettling page-turner—fast-paced, smooth, filled with dread—that’s wholly satisfying and startlingly original. Learn More
The Art of Secrets

James Klise; read by Dan Bittner, Denise Ashlynd, Josh Rivedal, Heather Corrigan, and Anne Twomey

A fire destroys, a miracle appears, a crime unfolds in this story of a young girl pulled deeper into a mystery that could destroy her family and the community she wants to call home. Learn More
The Summer of Letting Go

Gae Polisner; read by Tara Sands

How do you forgive the unforgivable—especially when the person in question is yourself and the unpardonable act was your own? Learn More
The Hidden Child

Camilla Läckberg; read by Simon Vance

A Nazi medal, a blood-stained baby shirt, and decades-old diaries surface among a dead woman’s hidden possessions, with lethal consequences for those she left behind. Learn More
The Axe Factor

Colin Cotterill; read by Kim Mai Guest

A LibraryReads Pick!

With a major storm headed their way and a potential serial killer on the loose, it looks like journalist Jimm Juree, her eccentric family, and the whole town of Maprao is in for some major changes.

This is the third and final in the Jimm Juree series. Learn More
Kicking the Sky

Anthony De Sa; read by Tomas Marsh

From Giller-nominated author Anthony De Sa a novel of rare evocative power that captures with clarity and poignancy the space between innocence and knowing for a city, for a community, and most especially for a trio of unforgettable boys. Learn More
Buried Caesars

Stuart Kaminsky; read by Stephen Bowlby

Toby Peters joins forces with a famous crime writer to save the top general in America from career-ending scandal. Learn More
Poor Butterfly

Stuart Kaminsky

A killer terrorizes the San Francisco opera, and the maestro calls in Los Angeles detective Toby Peters to investigate—which might just set him up to be the next victim. Learn More
The Eighth Dwarf

Ross Thomas; read by Johnny Heller

Searching for a killer of Nazi war criminals, an ex-spy finds an unlikely ally. Learn More
Think Fast, Mr. Peters

Stuart Kaminsky; read by Stephen Bowlby

When he becomes the prime suspect in the shooting death of a Peter Lorre imitator, 1940s PI Toby Peters is determined to find the true killer, before the real Peter Lorre becomes a victim as well. Learn More
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