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  3. Appetite: A Memoir in Recipes of Family and Food Audiobook Appetite: A Memoir in Recipes of Family and Food
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  4. A Line to Kill: from the global bestselling author of Moonflower Murders Audiobook A Line to Kill: from the global bestselling author of Moonflower Murders
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  5. Such a Quiet Place Audiobook Such a Quiet Place
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  7. The Reckoning: America's Trauma and Finding a Way to Heal Audiobook The Reckoning: America's Trauma and Finding a Way to Heal
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Evolution Cradle: The Aryan Origin Audiobook

Evolution Cradle: The Aryan Origin

Author: Dr. Charith Venkat Pidikiti Narrator: Reece Bernard Release Date: August 2021

When two Genetics scientists, Chad and Friedrich reach a dead-end in their cross-species experiment at a premier Molecular Genetics Institute in Berlin, they look to the mystical East for answers. Here, in the lap of a timeless civilization, they find a fellow seeker in historian Geeta. Together, the trio begin a thrilling odyssey of discovery, which spans continents and cultures, challenges life-long religious and scientific truths and puts their lives in grave danger. They are horrified to learn that they are mere puppets, their fate controlled by an all-seeing sinister villain, who yearns to “cleanse” the world and create a new order. As they connect the dots, they join forces with an Afghan professor, a British archaeologist and an American General. Finally, a mind-bending, unpredictable climax which stuns even the world’s brightest minds… Where do we come from? Why did the gods stop visiting us? Why did nuclear weapons exist 20,000 years ago? Were we created in a test tube?Even as it answers many questions, it throws up new ones. Based on two years of research, The Evolution Cradle is an unputdownable book, which blurs the lines between reality and imagination, ancient and modern, fact and faith. Breathless in its pace, the rollercoaster narrative is packed with non-stop action, escapes and chases, thrills and chills, and edge-of-the-seat twists and turns. It continues to haunt the reader long after the last page is turned.

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Isaac's Beacon Audiobook

Isaac's Beacon

Author: David L. Robbins Narrator: George Guidall Release Date: August 2021

In the tradition of epic novels like Exodus and Cast a Giant Shadow, Isaac's Beacon is a sweeping historical tale based on the real events of Israel's founding bringing alive the power and complexities of the birth of the Jewish state out of the ashes of the Holocaust. Bestselling author David L. Robbins, called "the Homer of World War II," turns his mastery of the historical novel to another defining moment of the twentieth century: the birth of the state of Israel. Isaac's Beacon is a small, vulnerable kibbutz on the edge of the Negev. Here, the lives of three memorable characters-an Irgun fighter, a young woman farmer, and an American journalist-collide to shape an epic narrative of love, loss, violence, and courage. Deeply researched and closely based on actual events, Isaac's Beacon is the first in a series of Robbins's novels which will explore the tumultuous, complex history and lasting impact of Israel's creation.

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Spy of Richmond Audiobook

Spy of Richmond

Author: Jocelyn Green Narrator: Laura E. Richcreek Release Date: August 2021

Trust none. Risk all. Richmond, Virginia, 1863. Compelled to atone for the sins of her slaveholding father, Union loyalist Sophie Kent risks everything to help end the war from within the Confederate capital and abolish slavery forever. But she can't do it alone. Former slave Bella Jamison sacrifices her freedom to come to Richmond, where her Union soldier husband is imprisoned, and her twin sister still lives in bondage in Sophie's home. Though it may cost them their lives, they work with Sophie to betray Rebel authorities. Harrison Caldwell, a Northern freelance journalist who escorts Bella to Richmond, infiltrates the War Department as a clerk-but is conscripted to defend the city's fortifications. As Sophie's spy network grows, she walks a tightrope of deception, using her father's position as newspaper editor and a suitor's position in the ordnance bureau for the advantage of the Union. One misstep could land her in prison, or worse. Suspicion hounds her until she barely even trusts herself. When her espionage endangers the people she loves, she makes a life-and-death gamble. Will she follow her convictions even though it costs her everything - and everyone - she holds dear?

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The Sacred Stones Audiobook

The Sacred Stones

Author: Micah T. Dank Narrator: Bronson Pinchot, Tim Getman Release Date: August 2021

After the tragic loss of their best friend NP, and nearly bringing the Catholic Church to its knees, Graham, Hannah, and Rosette once again are stuck in the middle of a worldwide conspiracy that dates back ten thousand years. After discovering the main astrological code which led them to decode the Bible and nearly destroy the Catholic Church, they thought that they had gotten to the deepest secret of the universe. Boy were they wrong. When Graham learns that the capstones of the Egyptian Pyramids are scattered around the globe, he and his witty band of friends must learn what sort of power they hold and try to contain it, as it contains the greatest secret that has ever been hidden in the history of mankind. Only this time, the gloves are off and the most powerful entity on the planet is out to stop them from releasing this secret onto the world as it would destroy the fabric of everything the Church has built up over the last two thousand years. It would literally expose the "greatest story ever told" as an encoded message, passed down from century to millennia. The three of them, joined now with Rosette's new boyfriend Jackson, must manipulate their knowledge and environment once again, or risk being killed and disappear without a trace.

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The Show Girl: A Novel Audiobook

The Show Girl: A Novel

Author: Nicola Harrison Narrator: Imani Jade Powers Release Date: August 2021

Nicola Harrison's The Show Girl gives a glimpse of the glamorous world of the Ziegfeld Follies, through the eyes of a young midwestern woman who comes to New York City to find her destiny as a Ziegfeld Follies star. It's 1927 when Olive McCormick moves from Minneapolis to New York City determined to become a star in the Ziegfeld Follies. Extremely talented as a singer and dancer, it takes every bit of perseverance to finally make it on stage. And once she does, all the glamour and excitement is everything she imagined and more—even worth all the sacrifices she has had to make along the way. Then she meets Archie Carmichael. Handsome, wealthy—the only man she's ever met who seems to accept her modern ways—her independent nature and passion for success. But once she accepts his proposal of marriage he starts to change his tune, and Olive must decide if she is willing to reveal a devastating secret and sacrifice the life she loves for the man she loves. A Macmillan Audio production from St. Martin's Press

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The Girl from Venice: A heart-breaking page-turner, based on actual events in Italy during World War Audiobook

The Girl from Venice: A heart-breaking page-turner, based on actual events in Italy during World War

Author: Siobhan Daiko Narrator: Rachael Beresford Release Date: August 2021

From Siobhan Daiko, international bestselling author of The Orchid Tree, comes an epic new novel of love, betrayal, and finding where you truly belong. Set in Italy during World War II and the present day. Lidia De Angelis has kept a low profile since Mussolini's laws wrenched her from her childhood sweetheart. But when the Germans occupy Venice in 1943, she must flee the city to save her life. Lidia joins the partisans in the Venetian mountains, where she meets David, an English soldier fighting for the same cause. As she grows closer to him, harsh German reprisals and Lidia’s own ardent patriotic activities threaten to tear them apart. Decades later in London, while sorting through her grandmother’s belongings after her death, Charlotte discovers a Jewish prayer book, unopened letters written in Italian, and a fading photograph of a group of young people in front of the Doge’s Palace. Intrigued by her grandmother’s refusal to talk about her life in Italy before and during the war, Charlotte travels to Venice in search of her roots, There, she learns not only the devastating truth about her grandmother’s past, but also some surprising truths about herself.

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White Christmas Audiobook

White Christmas

Author: Katie Flynn Narrator: Anne Dover Release Date: August 2021

Brought to you by Penguin. THE BRAND NEW FESTIVE NOVEL FROM SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR KATIE FLYNN United by diversity, divided by war . . . December, 1938 Rozalin Sachs has grown up in the vibrant city of Frankfurt. But with the Nazi Revolution gaining power, her family is forced to flee Germany. When a tragic accident separates Roz from her parents, she finds herself aboard the Kindertransport bound for Holland. Here Roz meets a young lad called Felix and they vow to stick together as their journey takes them to England. Eventually they find themselves in Liverpool with the promise of a new life, until a devastating incident takes Felix away. And, in a desperate attempt to escape the terrible situation she has found herself in, Roz decides to join the Women's Land Army. On the sprawling farm at Hollybank Roz meets Bernie, a dashing farmer's son, who has more than just friendship on his mind. Roz is flattered by his affections, but will he win her heart, or will her love for Felix remain as strong as ever? © Katie Flynn 2021 (P) Penguin Audio 2021

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The Gamble Audiobook

The Gamble

Author: Lavyrle Spencer Narrator: Emily Sutton-Smith Release Date: August 2021

A story of honesty and humor for anyone who has ever lived and loved from New York Times bestselling author LaVyrle Spencer. Agatha was the picture of primness and propriety, but her green eyes could blaze with anger-or sparkle with humor. Scott was the picture of lazy charm and happy indifference to what others thought was right and wrong. They were enemies, then friends. Then the sweet innocence of a child opened their eyes and their hearts-and they were reborn in each other's arms by the soft, wondrous gift of love.

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The Spinster and the Rake Audiobook

The Spinster and the Rake

Author: Eva Devon Narrator: Sasha Higgins Release Date: August 2021

Edward Stanhope, the icy Duke of Thornfield, likes his life in a certain order. Give him a strong drink, a good book, and his dog for company, and he's content. But when he goes to his library and finds a woman sitting in his chair, petting his dog, what starts as a request for her to leave turns quickly to a fiery battle of wits, leading to a steamy kiss that could ruin them both if they're caught. So, of course, damn it all, that's when Edward's aunt walks in and, thereafter, announces Miss Georgiana Bly as the future Duchess of Thornfield. Georgiana was content to be a spinster, spending her days reading and working to keep her family out of debt. But now her days are spent locked away with a growly duke, learning how to be the perfect duchess, and her nights are spent fighting her undeniable attraction to a man who was never meant for her. As their wedding day approaches, the attraction between them burns hot and fierce, but is it enough to melt the duke's chilly facade?

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Die Pest zu London Audiobook

Die Pest zu London

Author: Daniel Dafoe Narrator: Norbert Wendel Release Date: July 2021

Daniel Dafoe zählte zu den produktivsten und erfolgreichsten Autoren des 18. Jahrhunderts. Mit der Erzählung über den schiffbrüchigen „Robinson Crusoe“ bereicherte Dafoe die Literaturgeschichte. Von vielen wird aber sein Pest-Tagebuch, dass die Ereignisse in und um London, während der großen, verheerenden Pestwelle von 1665/66 schildert, für Defoes beste Arbeit gehalten. Um ungefähr ein Fünftel wurde die Bevölkerung der britischen Hauptstadt während dieser Zeit dezimiert. Die Detailfülle dieses Buch verführte selbst wohlunterrichtete Wissenschaftler dazu, in ihm eine historische Quelle für die damaligen Zustände zu sehen. Dafoe besaß im allerhöchsten Maße die Gabe, die man »Wirklichkeitsphantasie« nennen könnte, d. h. die Fähigkeit, sich in eine erdichtete und bloß vorgestellte Umwelt ganz und gar hineinzuversetzen und so völlig in ihr aufzugehen, als ob er tatsächlich darin zu leben und sich ihr anzupassen hätte. 

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The Girl Behind the Wall Audiobook

The Girl Behind the Wall

Author: Mandy Robotham Narrator: Charlie Norfolk, Hattie Ladbury Release Date: July 2021

From the USA Today and internationally bestselling WWII novelist of A Woman of War, The Secret Messenger and The Berlin Girl comes a story set at the dawn of the Cold War in Berlin. *contains exclusive audio content* A city divided. When the Berlin Wall goes up, Karin is on the wrong side of the city. Overnight, she’s trapped under Soviet rule in unforgiving East Berlin and separated from her twin sister, Jutta. Two sisters torn apart. Karin and Jutta lead parallel lives for years, cut off by the Wall. But Karin finds one reason to keep going: Otto, the man who gives her hope, even amidst the brutal East German regime. One impossible choice… When Jutta finds a hidden way through the wall, the twins are reunited. But the Stasi have eyes everywhere, and soon Karin is faced with a terrible decision: to flee to the West and be with her sister, or sacrifice it all to follow her heart? A timely reminder that, even in darkness, love will always guide you home, this gripping and emotional tale is perfect for fans of The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris and The Last Correspondent by Soraya M. Lane. Why readers love The Girl Behind the Wall: ‘I was captivated from the very first chapter. It was so well written, I felt like I was really there… A must read.’ NetGalley Reviewer ‘Oh my goodness, what a page-turner. My heart was in my mouth for most of this book.’ NetGalley Reviewer ‘Such a fast-paced read! Historical fiction at its best! Highly, highly recommend.’ NetGalley Reviewer ‘Another fabulous read from the super talented Mandy Robotham who never fails to give us a satisfying story… she has the ability to mix a damn good story with historical facts… you want to read and read… I raced through this one.’ NetGalley Reviewer ‘What a truly gripping read! I didn't want to stop reading, I was mesmerised…’ NetGalley Reviewer ‘I couldn’t put this book down… well-researched and a heartbreakingly accurate portrayal of the families separated by the wall. Keep the tissues handy because you might need them.’ NetGalley Reviewer ‘What a read. I found myself thinking of the family in the book as real people I loved. If you read only one book this year, make sure it’s this one!’ NetGalley Reviewer ‘Mandy Robotham has a gift for making history come alive. Amazing read. I simply could not put it down.’ NetGalley Reviewer ‘Beautifully written and heartfelt… I loved it… A story that will stay with you. Well worth a read.’ NetGalley Reviewer ‘Another winner from Mandy Robotham!’ NetGalley Reviewer

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Reputation: 'If Bridgerton and Fleabag had a book baby' Sarra Manning Audiobook

Reputation: 'If Bridgerton and Fleabag had a book baby' Sarra Manning

Author: Lex Croucher Narrator: Bessie Carter Release Date: July 2021

It is a truth universally acknowledged that girls just wanna have fun. Abandoned by her parents in favour of a sea view, middle class Georgiana Ellers has moved to a new town to live with her dreary aunt and uncle. At a particularly dull dinner party, she meets the enigmatic Frances Campbell, a wealthy socialite and enchanting member of the in-crowd. Through Frances and her friends, Georgiana is introduced to a new world of wild parties, drunken debauchery, mysterious young men with strangely alluring hands, and the sparkling upper echelons of Regency society. But high society isn't all it's cracked up to be, and the price of entry might be more than Georgiana is willing to pay . . . This witty romcom about status, friendship, and first loves explores sex and consent in a time when reputation was absolutely everything, and feminism in a time when women's rights were a completely different story. It's full of lavish parties, handsome men on horseback and a sense of humour that would have given Austen herself a chuckle. Performed by Bessie Carter (Bridgerton, Beecham House, Howard's End). 'A spirited Regency romcom, which tears up the Regency romcom rulebook! If Bridgerton and Fleabag had a book baby, it would be Reputation. I inhaled it in one sitting' Sarra Manning 'I had so much fun reading Reputation. It's a total blast' Louise O'Neill 'The perfect blend of period drama decadence with Mean Girls gossip. Beyond entertaining - high debauchery with a feminist swing' Abigail Mann

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