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Masters of the Air: America’s Bomber Boys Who Fought the Air War Against Nazi Germany

This comprehensive, gripping account of WWII’s brutal and deadly air war is highly recommended for military and WWII history buffs as well as those who enjoyed the Apple TV series. Harrowing, fascinating, and insightful.

The Believer: A Year in the Fly Fishing Life

Sure to become a fishing classic, this delightful book might inspire listeners to head out on their own fishing adventures. Share with those who enjoyed Dylan Tomine’s Headwaters or Malachy Tallack’s Illuminated by Water.

MeatEater’s American History: The Long Hunters (1761–1775)

Compelling storytelling, animated narration, and well-researched information combine to create a superb listening experience for anyone interested in early American history.
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The Pirate Captain, Chronicles of a Legend: Nor Silver

Although the production is long, the hours fly by. Fans of Diana Gabaldon’s “Outlander” series will find much to love.

Harry Truman’s Excellent Adventure: The True Story of a Great American Road Trip

Algeo’s thoroughly engaging account of a former president’s unique summer road trip is chock-full of fascinating details and interesting people. Highly recommended for those interested in Americana and social and political history.

Motherland: A Memoir

This expressively narrated account of a country in crisis balances detailed research and political insight with snippets of daily life. A must-listen that pairs well with Raúl Gallegos’s Crude Nation and Rory Carroll’s Comandante.

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.
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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 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.
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