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The Ghost Warriors

Samuel M. Katz; read by Peter Ganim

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available February

The untold story of the Yamas, Israel's special forces undercover team that infiltrated Palestinian terrorist strongholds during the Second Intifada. Learn More
Failures of Imagination

Michael McCaul; read by Jonathan Yen

NEW! Now Available

From the Chairman of the U.S. House of Representatives Homeland Security Committee, a gripping look at the most dangerous and unexpected threats to our national security and the actions needed to protect us. Learn More
American Character

Colin Woodard; read by Jonathan Yen

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available March

The author of American Nations examines the history of and solutions to the key American debate: the promotion of individual freedom or of the common good Learn More
Putin Country

Anne Garrels; read by the Author

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available March

Most of what we know of Russia comes from our views of Moscow and Putin. Distorted half-truths, political assassinations, Cold War spy mythology, Communism and political oppression reign in the capital city, but as many Russians will affirm, Moscow is not a reflection of Russia. Most Russian citizens, including the many diverse ethnic groups throughout Russia, live elsewhere. Dispersed across a vast landscape, they both admire and resent the Moscow megalopolis. From the outsider perspective, Russia is Moscow. Anne Garrels, then NPRs Russian correspondent, decided to spend time in the Russian city of Chelyabinsk. The size of Austria, and with a population of only 3 million, the Chelyabinsk region is on the southern edge of the Ural mountains, a place not known to many westerners. Until recently, it was known to be one of the most polluted places on the planet because of a once secret nuclear accident and choked by clouds of industrial waste. That is until in 2013 when dashcam videos across the region captured video of a blinding light streaking through the sky. The asteroid burst into a fireball and scattered debris across the region. residents looked on this natural event with a kind of pride and awe. Trade in alleged space rock flourished briefly. A local chocolate factory came out with a deluxe Meteor assortment. Learn More
Dead Presidents

Brady Carlson; read by Tom Zingarelli

NEW! Now Available

An entertaining exploration into the varied ways we remember and memorialize the American presidents. Learn More
The Negotiator

George Mitchell; read by Norman Dietz

NEW! Now Available

Compelling, poignant, enlightening stories from former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell about growing up in Maine, his years in the Senate, working to bring peace to Northern Ireland and the Middle East, and what he’s learned about the art of negotiation. Learn More
$2.00 a Day

Kathryn J. Edin and H. Luke Shaefer; read by Allyson Johnson

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Edin and Shaefer tell the stories of eight families who live on what is almost unimaginable—an income that falls below the World Bank definition of poverty in the developing world. Their stories need to be heard, especially as we head into an election year that will highlight the questions of income inequality, and our commitment to making prosperity available to all. Learn More
The China Challenge

Thomas J. Christensen; read by Alan Sklar

This compelling assessment of U.S.-China relations is essential reading for anyone interested in the future of the globalized world. Learn More

Nikolaus Wachsmann; read by Paul Hodgson

In a landmark work of history, Nikolaus Wachsmann offers an unprecedented, integrated account of the Nazi concentration camps from their inception in 1933 through their demise, seventy years ago, in the spring of 1945. The Third Reich has been studied in more depth than virtually any other period in history, and yet until now there has been no history of the camp system that tells the full story of its broad development and the everyday experiences of its inhabitants, both perpetrators and victims, and all those living in what Primo Levi called the gray zone. Learn More
No Good Men Among the Living

Anand Gopal; read by Assaf Cohen

Told through the lives of three Afghans, the stunning tale of how the United States had triumph in sight in Afghanistan, and then brought the Taliban back from the dead. Learn More
Madison's Gift

David O. Stewart; ready by Grover Gardner

Overshadowed by his fellow Founders, David O. Stewart restores James Madison to his proper place as the most significant framer of the new nation, through his successive partnerships with mentor George Washington, co-author Alexander Hamilton, political ally Thomas Jefferson, successor James Monroe, and his wife, Dolley. Learn More
Midnight in Siberia

David Greene; read by the author

NPR host David Greene travels along the Trans-Siberian Railroad, capturing an overlooked, idiosyncratic Russia in the age of Putin. Learn More
The Autobiography of Eleanor Roosevelt

Eleanor Roosevelt; read by Tavia Gilbert

Now back in print, a candid and insightful look at an era and a life through the eyes of one of the most remarkable Americans of the twentieth century, First Lady and humanitarian Eleanor Roosevelt. Learn More
Kill the Messenger

Nick Schou and Charles Bowden; read by Richard Ferrone

Now in Theaters!

The explosive story of the tragic death of Gary Webb, the controversial newspaper reporter who committed suicide in December 2004, and its connection to the CIA. Learn More
Good Morning, Mr. Mandela

Zelda la Grange; read by Adjoa Andoh; introduction read by the author

A powerful, intimate portrait of the late South African president and apartheid leader Nelson Mandela from the white Afrikaner woman who overcame her own upbringing and prejudice to serve as one of his private secretaries. Learn More
The Zhivago Affair

Peter Finn and Petra Couve; read by Simon Vance

The dramatic, never-before-told story of how a forbidden book in the Soviet Union became a secret CIA weapon in the ideological battle between East and West. Learn More
Mandela: An Audio History

Radio Diaries; hosted by Desmond Tutu; commentary by Nelson Mandela; foreword by Joe Richman

Audie® Award Winner: Audiobook of the Year!

The award-winning radio series documenting the struggle against apartheid through intimate first-person accounts of Nelson Mandela himself as well as those who fought alongside him and against him. Learn More
Latino Americans

Ray Suarez; read by the author

AudioFile Best of Year Selection

This companion to the PBS documentary series, Latino Americans, vividly and candidly tells how the story of Latino Americans is the story of the United States. Learn More
The Longest Road

Philip Caputo; read by Pete Larkin

New York Times bestseller
An Indie Next Pick
AudioFile Best of Year Selection

One of the country’s greatest living writers completes an epic journey across America, Airstream in tow, and reflects on what unites and divides a country as endlessly diverse as the United States of America. Learn More
Kill Anything That Moves

Nick Turse; read by Don Lee

A New York Times Bestseller!
AudioFile Editors’ Pick

Supported by classified documents and first-person interviews, this reexamination of American actions against Vietnamese civilians during the war suggests a dark, pervasive policy that belies the “isolated incidents” narrative used to explain away the most notorious of the atrocities. Learn More
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