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Deep as the Sky, Red as the Sea

Chang-Eppig’s descriptions of the swashbuckling adventures of her woman pirate protagonist simply sparkle, and listeners can savor it all thanks to Zeller’s careful pacing and empathetic delivery. Within the narrative, a well-placed sprinkling of short stories featuring sea goddess Ma-Zou makes this a fun read for fantasy fans as well as those who enjoy historical fiction.

Old God’s Time

A poignant meditation on aging, grief, and longing, this shifting psychological novel is perfect for readers of Dervla McTiernan and Donal Ryan.

Lost Coast Literary

Alexander’s latest reminds listeners that healing can sometimes involve pain; at the same time, it celebrates the joys of community, family, and everyday magic.

Benjamin Banneker and Us: Eleven Generations of an American Family

Eloquently written and movingly narrated, Webster’s thought-provoking biography/memoir will likely appeal to anyone wanting insight into the United States’ divisive racial politics.

Hitler’s Aristocrats: The Secret Power Players in Britain and America Who Supported the Nazis, 1923–1941

An insightful look at the forces and people who helped enable Hitler’s rise to power and an excellent addition to any audio history collection.

The Family Morfawitz

An epic tale that stretches across generations and continents, centered on a ruthless matriarch and her greedy and ambitious family. This book will appeal to those who love lush writing and do not mind irredeemable characters.

The Rebel and the Thief

A lush and evocative novel that may have listeners questioning how far they would go if given a choice to suffer or survive, by any means necessary.


A delightful yet emotional listen that will have listeners laughing and rooting for this ragtag group of women.

The White Hare

With its gothic atmosphere, genuine history, and fraught maternal relationships, this is perfect for fans of Susanna Kearsley or Sarah Blake.

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