The 14th Colony by Steve Berry, read
by Scott Brick (Apr., unabridged CD,
$39.99, ISBN 978-1-4272-6779-5).
Ex-Justice Department agent Cotton
Malone fights to stave off an assassination
attempt of the president and vice-president elect on Inauguration Day.
The Last Painting of Sara de Vos by
Dominic Smith (Apr., unabridged CD
$39.99, ISBN 978-1-4272-6825-9). This
novel charts the circuitous course of the
sole surviving work of a female Dutch
painter of the Golden Age.
Listen, Liberal by Thomas Frank, read
by the author (Mar., unabridged CD,
$29.99, ISBN 978-1-4272-6798-6),
examines and explains the failures of the
modern Democratic Party and what the
consequences may be.
Master of Ceremonies by Joel Grey,
read by the author (Feb., unabridged CD,
$39.99, ISBN 978-1-4272-6682-8). The
Broadway star and Academy Award–win-
ning actor delivers a show business tell-
all, and a portrait of changing times.
Most Wanted by Lisa Scottoline (Apr.,
unabridged CD, $39.99, ISBN 978-1-
4272-6688-0). A woman and her hus-
band expecting a baby via donated sperm
fear that a man arrested for a series of
murders may be the donor.
Redemption Road by John Hart, read
by Scott Shepherd (May, unabridged CD,
$39.99, ISBN 978-1-4272-2966-3).
Hart’s first novel in five years blends
small-town tension, family secrets, and
the race to stop a serial killer.
The Mark of Zorro by Johnston
McCulley, read by Bill Homewood (May,
unabridged CD, $41.98, ISBN 978-1-
78198-015-6), is the first of four swashbuckling, romantic Zorro titles to be read
The Periodic Table by Primo Levi,
read by Neville Jason (Feb., unabridged
CD, $54.98, ISBN 978-1-84379-996-2).
Features 21 stories, each possessing the
name of a chemical element and inspired
by the author’s experiences as a Jewish-Italian chemist before and after
Justice Calling: Live, Love, Show
Compassion, Be Changed by Palmer
Chinchen, read by the author (June,
unabridged CD, $14.99, ISBN 978-1-
61375-810-6), is an impassioned guide
to living a life full of purpose, authen-
ticity and justice.
Night Driving: A Story of Faith in
the Dark by Addie Zierman, read by
Jamie Draper (Mar., unabridged CD,
$17.99, ISBN 978-1-61375-825-0). In
her second memoir, Zierman packs her
two kids into the minivan and drives
south in search of the light, stumbling
toward a faith that makes room for doubt
and darkness along the way.
When We Were On Fire by Addie
Zierman, read by Jamie Draper (Apr.,
unabridged CD, $17.99, ISBN 978-1-
61375-825-0). Zierman’s critically
acclaimed memoir chronicles her journey
from a zealous evangelical childhood to a
crisis of faith and the redefinition of her
relationship with God.
At the Edge of the Orchard by Tracy
Chevalier, read by Hillary Huber (Mar.,
unabridged CD, $45, ISBN
tale of a family struggling
on the American frontier in
the 19th century features
two real-life tree men:
Johnny Appleseed and
English plant collector
Black Rabbit Hall by
Eve Chase, read by Nathalie Buscombe
(Feb., unabridged CD, $40, ISBN 978-0-
14-752488-1). Two haunting stories set
in a Cornish country house decades
apart—1968 and present day—unfold in
Maestra by L.S. Hilton, read by Emilia
Fox (Apr., unabridged CD, $40, ISBN
978-0-451-48308-9) begins a trilogy
about a smooth con-woman on the run
after she’s fired from a London auction
house when she discovers a forged
painting and tries to expose a conspiracy.
Modern Lovers by Emma Straub
(May, unabridged CD, $40, ISBN 978-0-
451-48495-6). Three college friends and
former bandmates try to hang on to their
younger selves as they watch their own
children come of age.
My Voice by Angie Martinez, read by
the author (Apr., unabridged CD, $45,
ISBN 978-0-399-56548-9). The longtime radio interviewer reflects on her
career over the past 20 years at New
York’s biggest hip-hop stations.
Sweet Dreams Are Made of This by
Dave Stewart, read by the author (Feb.,
unabridged CD, $40). The producer and
former member of the Eurythmics shares
behind-the-scenes stories of his successes
and relationships in the music business.
The Way to the Spring: Life and
Death in Palestine by Ben Ehrenreich
(June, unabridged CD, $40, ISBN 978-0-
7352-0850-6) immerses listeners into the
complex everyday lives and struggles of several Palestinian families in the West Bank.
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Arrowood by Laura McHugh (July,
unabridged CD, $40, ISBN 978-0-451-
48296-9). When Arden was four years
old, she saw her two-year-old twin sisters
abducted from their front
yard. She returns to the
family home 20 years later
to find out what really
A Country Road, a Tree
by Jo Baker (May,
unabridged CD, $40, ISBN
1939, an Irish writer travels
to Paris where he befriends various lumi-
naries and does secret work for the French
Resistance before he must flee the Nazi-
Eligible by Curtis Sittenfeld (Apr.,
unabridged CD, $35, ISBN 978-0-307-
73664-2). Sittenfeld transplants smart,
witty Lizzy Bennett, her sisters, and other
characters inspired by Jane Austen’s Pride
and Prejudice to modern-day Cincinnati.
Everybody’s Fool by Richard Russo
(May, unabridged CD, $45, ISBN 978-0-
7393-7606-5) brings listeners back to
North Bath in upstate New York to catch