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Rental Person Who Does Nothing: A Memoir

Morimoto’s quirky debut perfectly captures the idea that what may be nothing to one person could be full of meaning for another. A charming, tender memoir.

Code Name Blue Wren: The True Story of America’s Most Dangerous Female Spy—and the Sister She Betrayed

This deep dive into the case of Ana Montes is meticulously presented and will captivate true-crime lovers.

Someday, Maybe

Although the first two parts of Eve’s journey are better than the last, this audiobook makes a good book club read. Includes an author’s note with resources.

The London Séance Society

Penner (The Lost Apothecary) proves herself again to be a writer to watch. Recommend to fans of historical fiction, especially Victorian-era stories, who enjoy elements of the supernatural. Irwin’s and Wyndham’s theatrical performances make this a must-listen.

On the Hustle

An excellent contemporary romance made even better by listening. Narrators Lola James and Sean Crisden bring this steamy and sensually charged story to life, both vividly realizing Alba’s and Theo’s respective accents and the other characters in the story.

The Gentleman’s Book of Vices

Despite its flaws, this series starter does sexy well. Listeners may hope for more depth in the second installment, but queer-romance fans will still find much to love.

The Stolen Book of Evelyn Aubrey

Featuring sparkling prose and an enchanting performance, this charming multigenerational tale is ideal for listeners who like strong women protagonists. Mystery lovers will also be well satisfied.

Daughters of the New Year

Lam’s nuanced narration makes Tran’s novel a must-purchase in audio format for all public libraries. Share with readers of Nguyen Phan Que Mai’s The Mountains Sing or Lan Cao’s The Lotus and the Storm.

The Pirate’s Wife: The Remarkable True Story of Sarah Kidd

While serious history buffs may wish for more facts and less supposition, this glimpse into the human side of piracy strikes a chord. Recommend to listeners who enjoy stories about the golden age of piracy and colonial American history.

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