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The Covenant of Water

Verghese’s narration pairs perfectly with his exquisite prose, creating a not-to-be-missed audio experience. This Oprah’s Book Club pick is an essential purchase for all collections.

Zero Days

Ware’s latest fast-paced thriller, enhanced by Church’s outstanding narration, does not disappoint. Fans and newcomers alike will enjoy Ware’s signature twists and turns and will root for Jack as she fights to survive.

Wasps in the Ice Cream

Full of pop-culture references, satanic panic, and nostalgia, this novel is a love letter to times past. Perfect for fans of Jeffrey Eugenides’s The Virgin Suicides or Robert R. McCammon’s Boy’s Life.

The Friday Night Club: A Novel of Artist Hilma af Klint and Her Creative Circle

Historical fiction readers will be delighted by this deftly narrated production, which offers an intriguing picture of a talented artist and her lasting legacy.

At Sea

Part romance, part fantasy, this is an enjoyable, if occasionally perplexing listen. Suggest to those who appreciate emotional depth but don’t insist on tight logic.

The Only One Left

Sager delivers another haunting, twist-filled novel. Perfect for current fans and those just discovering Sager.


A deeply compelling satire, with sharp insight into the horrifying notion that authentic voices can be replaced by privileged ones that publishers assume are more marketable. June’s rise and fall in an amoral industry is both entertaining and thought-provoking.

The Marigold

Though the cast is massive, each individual’s story is part of a unified whole, depicting a bleak future where corporations make deals with literal monsters in the name of progress.

Dirty Laundry

Recommend to fans of domestic suspense, as well as to those who appreciate immigration and class issues in psychological thrillers.
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