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Think of Me

Patient listeners will appreciate Liardet’s exploration of grief, post-traumatic stress disorder, and what it means to move forward in life.

The Swimmers

Otsuka’s (The Buddha in the Attic) remarkable work should have a place in every library.

Civil Rights Queen: Constance Baker Motley and the Struggle for Equality

Brown-Nagin’s (history and constitutional law, Harvard Univ.; Courage To Dissent) biography about a prominent American, who has not received the attention she warrants, is a great addition to nonfiction audio collections.

Mr. Wrong Number

Narrators Callie Dalton and Andrew Eiden are familiar rom-com voices, bringing Olivia and Colin to life through their dialogue and texts, although some listeners might find the jokes and cat fishing a bit mean spirited. The latest from Painter (Better Than the Movies) is a fine choice for libraries where rom-com audiobooks circulate well.

Deadly Director’s Cut

This engrossing, atmospheric cozy will appeal to existing fans of the series and newcomers alike. A great next listen for readers of Elizabeth J. Duncan, Rhys Bowen, and Frances Brody.

Good Rich People

Listeners who like ghoulish characters and plots will enjoy Brazier’s (If I Disappear) sophomore novel.

By Any Other Name

A quick read with a very slow-burn romance, this fun and light listen will do well for fans of contemporary romance.

Home/Land: A Memoir of Departure and Return

Mead’s book has a place in any collection of popular memoirs.

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