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Vinall’s gripping characterizations combined with Stokes-Chapman’s intriguing mystery should appeal to fans of light historical suspense in the vein of Dana Schwartz’s Anatomy: A Love Story.

Homo Sapiens Rediscovered: The Scientific Revolution Rewriting Our Origins

An approachable exploration of humanity’s roots that will likely interest those who loved Sang-Hee Lee’s Close Encounters With Humankind or Annalee Newitz’s explorations of more recent ancient humans in Four Lost Cities.

The Minuscule Mansion of Myra Malone

Listening to these gentle souls orbit each other as they solve the mysteries around their homes is a salve to the heart.

Stone Blind

In this gripping narrative, Haynes stays true to the original myths, using them as a lens to explore modern tragedies and to put forth an urgent message about the true cost of misogyny. Highly recommended.

The Spite House

A deliciously chilling novel with notes of The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson and The Shining by Stephen King.

Emily Wilde’s Encyclopaedia of Faeries

This is The Love Story of Missy Carmichael with fairies and snow. A sure win for believers in the value of story.

The World We Make

Listeners of the series’ prior audiobook will already be clamoring for this one. Purchase multiple copies, and rest assured that patrons will be delighted.

Even Though I Knew the End

An essential buy for modern-fantasy collections. Share with fans of Emily Tesh’s Silver in the Wood or Ellen Klages’s Passing Strange.

All the Horses of Iceland

With a run time of slightly over two hours, there is little risk and great reward for trying out this audio gem.

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