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The Siberia Job

This outlandish, smart caper illuminates a little-known and intriguing chapter in post-Soviet Russian history. Recommended for readers of Matthew Klein’s Con Ed or Eli Yance’s Consequence.

American Gun: The True Story of the AR-15

Listeners won’t want to miss this informative and troubling look into the creation and ramifications of an iconic weapon.

The Hive and the Honey

This haunting collection, featuring complex individuals caught between cultures, is a gem, recommended for any collection of audio short stories. A good pick for those who enjoyed Te-Ping Chen’s Land of Big Numbers and Kristina Gorcheva-Newberry’s What Isn’t Remembered.

The Last Ranger

Listeners will be drawn to Ren, whose integrity and diligence bring to mind C.J. Box’s Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett and Lee Child’s unstoppable Jack Reacher. Recommended for anyone seeking fine writing, tense action, and a strong sense of place.

The Last Ride of the Pony Express: My 2,000-Mile Horseback Journey into the Old West

This exciting and informative account of the storied West is recommended for historians, travelers, and anyone who loves the outdoors.

Before She Finds Me

Full of twists and turns, this edgy, character-driven thriller is recommended for fans of Ruth Ware, Tana French, and Gillian Flynn.

The Private Life of Spies and The Exquisite Art of Getting Even: Stories of Espionage and Revenge

Well-respected Scottish actor of stage and screen David Rintoul provides a fantastic narration, bringing a variety of accents and character voices to this engaging and always surprising collection of stories.

The Combat Codes

Chang’s stellar performance and Darwin’s captivating story, mixing martial arts, dystopian science fiction, and fantasy, make for a top-notch listen. A thrilling series starter, highly recommended for fans of Pierce Brown’s “Red Rising” books.

What the Dead Know: Learning About Life as a New York City Death Investigator

Butcher provides a nonsensationalist glimpse into the real world of crime scene investigations, serving as a knowledgeable yet sensitive guide. This is a title that could well become required reading in the field; share with readers of Paul Holes’s Unmasked: My Life Solving America’s Cold Cases.

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