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Aug 16, 2019

Acclaimed memoirist Alexandra Fuller (DON’T LET’S GO TO THE DOGS TONIGHT) contemplates the life of her boisterous, adventurous father Tim, whose motto was "travel light, move fast." The story revisits her childhood, her experience of watching her father die in Budapest, and her journey carrying his ashes back to...


Aug 15, 2019

A beautifully written debut novel about grant writer Billie James, who returns to the Mississippi Delta, where she spent her early years. Her father died under mysterious circumstances when she was just 4 years old, and she went missing on the same day. Narrator Bahni Turpin smoothly moves through the excellent...


Aug 14, 2019

A collection of 14 poetic essays about the flowers, creatures, people, and the landscape of the American Southwest—first published in 1903. Ellen Parker does a wonderful job subtly bringing the listener into the small details. The descriptions are specific, and Parker narrates with a sense of reverence and enjoyment....


Aug 13, 2019

The National Book Award-winning author of STAMPED FROM THE BEGINNING brings his treatise to readers. An important book for today, this is a stirring, personal look at the concept of antiracism, which requires us to change our thinking as individuals within society and to take action. The author narrates his own...


Aug 12, 2019

This new novel from the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of EMPIRE FALLS is the story of three men who met in college and are now in their sixties. They have come together on Martha’s Vineyard, where in 1971 a woman whom they all loved disappeared. Fred Sanders does a subtle and strong job narrating the past and present...