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A Brief History of Seven Killings

Marlon James; read by Robertson Dean, Cherise Boothe, Dwight Bacquie, Ryan Anderson, Johnathan McClain and Robert Younis

2015 Man Booker Prize Winner

From the acclaimed author of The Book of Night Women comes a masterfully written novel that explores the attempted assassination of Bob Marley in the late 1970s. Learn More
Jack of Spades

Joyce Carol Oates; read by Joe Barrett

From one of the most inimitable writers of our generation, Jack of Spades is an exquisite, psychologically complex thriller about the opposing forces within the mind of one ambitious writer, and the line between genius and madness. Learn More
The Library at Mount Char

Scott Hawkins; read by Hillary Huber

Neil Gaiman meets Joe Hill in this astonishingly original, terrifying, and darkly funny contemporary fantasy. Learn More
Big Science

Michael Hiltzik; read by Bob Souer

From a Pulitzer Prizewinning journalist and Los Angeles Times contributor, the untold story of how science went big, built the bombs that helped win World War II, and became dependent on government and industryand the forgotten genius who started it all, Ernest Lawrence. Learn More
How to Bake Pi

Eugenia Cheng; read by Tavia Gilbert

A groundbreaking popular book that uses cooking to shed light on the heart of mathematics. Learn More
The Man Who Would Not Be Washington

Jonathan Horn; read by David Drummond

A young, enormously talented historian tells the story of why Robert E. Lee, the one soldier who most embodied the legacy of George Washington, chose to fight for the South, a decision that changed American history. Learn More
Lincoln's Body

Richard Wightman Fox; read by Pete Larkin

A groundbreaking, magisterial study that explains why, like Walt Whitman, we "love the President personally."

In a stunning feat of scholarship, insight, and engaging prose, Lincoln's Body explores how a president ungainly in body and downright "ugly" of aspect came to mean so much to us. Learn More
The Soul of An Octopus

Sy Montgomery; read by Sy Montgomery

2015 National Book Award Finalist
Los Angeles Times Bestseller

In this astonishing book from the author of the bestselling memoir The Good Good Pig, Sy Montgomery explores the emotional and physical world of the octopus?a surprisingly complex, intelligent, and spirited creature?and the remarkable connections it makes with humans. - See more at: http://books.simonandschuster.com/Soul-of-an-Octopus/Sy-Montgomery/9781451697711#sthash.3VptWxVP.dpuf Learn More
Find the Good

Heather Lende; read by Heather Lende

“A gem of a book. It’s honest and funny, reminding us to live in the moment and to pay attention to those around us. A joy to read.” —Sharon Salzberg, New York Times bestselling author of Real Happiness Learn More
Black Dog Summer

Miranda Sherry; read by Jilly Bond

In this extraordinary debut novel reminiscent of The Lovely Bones and Little Bee, a mother watches from the afterlife as her teenage daughter recovers amidst the startling dysfunction of her extended family. Learn More
The Unfortunate Importance of Beauty

Amanda Filipacchi; ready by Christina Delaine

A magical and comedic take on modern love, the power of friendship, and the allure of disguise. Learn More
Sweetland

Michael Crummey; read by John Lee

Audie Finalist

The epic tale of an endangered Newfoundland community and the struggles of one man determined to resist its extinction. Learn More
Empire of Cotton

Sven Beckert; read by Jim Frangione

The epic story of the rise and fall of the empire of cotton, its centrality in the world economy, and its making and remaking of global capitalism. Learn More
The Unquiet Dead

Ausma Zehanat Khan; read by Peter Ganim

Detective Esa Khattak is in the midst of his evening prayers when he receives a phone call asking that he and his partner, Detective Rachel Getty, look into the death of a local man who has fallen off a cliff. At first Christopher Drayton's death-which looks like an accident-doesn't seem to warrant a police investigation, especially not from Khattak and Rachel's team, which handles minority-sensitive cases. But it soon comes to light that Drayton might have been living under an assumed name, and he may not have been the upstanding Canadian citizen he appeared to be. In fact, he may have been a Bosnian war criminal with ties to the Srebrenica massacre of 1995. And if that's true, any number of people could have had reason to help him to his death. Learn More
Midnight in Siberia

David Greene; read by the author

NPR host David Greene travels along the Trans-Siberian Railroad, capturing an overlooked, idiosyncratic Russia in the age of Putin. Learn More
Mademoiselle

Rhonda Garelick; read by Tavia Gilbert

A stunning new biography of Coco Chanel—the high priestess of twentieth-century fashion—that examines her critical place in history and the ingenious powers by which she internalized and transmitted the cultural trends of her time. Learn More
The Happiest People in the World

Brock Clarke; read by Adam Black

A wickedly funny and subversive look at America’s basic tenets—under the guise of a political thriller—from the bestselling author of The Arsenist’s Guide to Writers’ Homes in New England. Learn More
Descent

Tim Johnston; read by Xe Sands and R.C. Bray

On a family vacation in the mountains near Denver, a girl on the brink of starting college and her younger brother leave the hotel to run and bike up a winding mountain road. Hours later, the boy is brought down in an ambulance, the victim of an apparent hit-and-run accident. His sister, however, has disappeared. Learn More
The Case of the Missing Moonstone

Jordan Stratford; read by Nicola Barber

History meets mystery in this exciting new middle-grade series set in an alternate London of 1826, where Ada Lovelace (the world’s first computer programmer) and Mary Shelley (author of Frankenstein) meet as girls and join forces to investigate the theft of a valuable heirloom. Learn More
Dark Nantucket Noon

Jane Langton; read by Derek Perkins

Transcendentalist scholar and former detective Homer Kelly agrees to defend a troubled young poet accused of killing her ex-lover’s new wife. To clear her name he must discover who set her up, and what happened during the two minutes of a Nantucket eclipse. Learn More
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