They Come at Knight by Yasmin Angoe; narrated by Tamika Katon-DonegalWhat it's about: Elite assassin Nena Knight's employer (the powerful business syndicate The Tribe) is under siege, with attacks against their affiliates escalating across the globe. Soon it starts to look like an inside job, and Nena will need to rely on both her training and her instincts to root out a mole.
Narration: Tamika Katon-Donegal returns to narrate this 2nd intense outing in the action-packed Nena Knight series.
The River of Silver by S.A. Chakraborty; narrated by Soneela NankaniWhat it is: a collection of 15 short stories set in the world of S.A. Chakraborty's Daevabad trilogy.
Narration: Daevabad series narrator Soneela Nankani returns for an engrossing and lived-in performance that will resonate with fans of the previous books.
The Thread Collectors by Shaunna J. Edwards and Alyson Richman; narrated by Robin MilesWhat it is: a descriptive, character-driven story of four people whose lives intertwine in unexpected but profound ways during the Civil War.
Narration: Robin Miles' emotional, AudioFile Earphones Award-winning performance offers measured pacing and authentic character accents.
Less Is Lost by Andrew Sean Greer; narrated by Robert PetkoffWhat it's about: An old lover's death plunges modestly successful novelist Arthur Less into emotional and financial distress. A madcap tour of paid speaking gigs quickly descends into hilarious chaos.
Narration: Returning for this 2nd in the Arthur Less novels, Robert Petkoff earned an AudioFile Earphones Award for his well-characterized narration as Arthur's witty partner, Freddy.
Paris Daillencourt Is About to Crumble by Alexis Hall; narrated by Ewan GoddardA recipe for disaster? Upon arriving on the set of reality-television competition Bake Expectations, Paris Daillencourt accidentally injures fellow contestant Tariq Hassan, setting them on an unlikely path to love.
Narration: Ewan Goddard's distinctly voiced narration captures Paris' relatable battles with anxiety and insecurity.
Jacqueline in Paris by Ann Mah; narrated by Caroline HewittBefore Jackie O: Vassar college girl Jacqueline Bouvier spent a year abroad in post-World War II Paris, mingling with aristocratic French families and communist student activists alike.
Narration: In an AudioFile Earphones Award-winning recording, narrator Caroline Hewitt juggles a variety of accents (including French and German) with ease.
The Revolutionary Samuel Adams by Stacy Schiff; narrated by Jason CulpWhat it is: a dramatic and page-turning biography of founding father Samuel Adams, penned by Pulitzer Prize winner Stacy Schiff (The Witches: Salem, 1692).
Narration: Jason Culp imbues this evocative and richly detailed account with an immersive cadence.
Making a Scene by Constance Wu; narrated by Constance WuWhat it is: a poignant and evocative memoir-in-essays from Fresh Off the Boat and Crazy Rich Asians star Constance Wu.
Narration: Wu's intimate and conversational narration evokes the feeling of catching up with a friend.
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