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The Darkness Surrounds Us

This atmospheric, evocatively narrated audio will captivate fans of gothic mysteries in the vein of Rhiannon Ward’s The Quickening.

The Quickening: Creation and Community at the Ends of the Earth

An elegantly narrated, fully fleshed account of a singular trip to an imperiled place. Listeners and readers of Margaret Lowman’s The Arbornaut or Naira de Gracia’s The Last Cold Place will love this.

The Sister: North Korea’s Kim Yo Jong, the Most Dangerous Woman in the World

Listeners won’t want to miss this timely and troubling account of the reportedly ruthless woman poised to take control of a brutal and dangerous regime.

Built from the Fire: The Epic Story of Tulsa’s Greenwood District, America’s Black Wall Street

A definitive account of a community’s storied past. Share with listeners seeking comprehensive coverage of this important chapter in American history.

The First Date Prophecy

A nostalgic, sweet romance, warmly narrated and satisfying. For fans of Rachel Winters and Karen Doornebos.


A story of pain, survival, and community set in a lyrically described, intricately built world. For readers of Jesmyn Ward’s Let Us Descend.

Wine People

A mouthwatering look into corporate machinations in the wine industry; fans of Miriam Parker’s The Shortest Way Home will love it.

End of the Hour: A Therapist’s Memoir

An inspiring audio that helps remove some of the stigma associated with mental health care. Listeners will empathize with Jarvis’s struggle to heal and might see themselves or their loved ones in her narrative.

Where There Was Fire

This tragic, piercingly told tale of a family in flux should resonate with audiences seeking lush, character-driven literary fiction, in the vein of Jhumpa Lahiri and Abraham Verghese.

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