“For nearly a decade, I worked inside the Federal Reserve as an advisor to one of the most hawkish central bankers of all time, Richard Fisher. My book is about the time that I spent there, at the FED, trying to do public service for my country.”
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How well do you know your family, really? You might think you know your twin sister, but can you be sure? Thatâ€™s the question at the center of Caite Dolan-Leachâ€™s debut thriller, Dead Letters. Critics are comparing it to Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train, but the sister angle is one we havenâ€™t seen in some time. This audio is sure to keep you guessing until the very last page about whatâ€™s real and what is not.
If youâ€™re anything like us, then youâ€™re probably looking for some more dramatic and juicy Western stories to dive into after finishing season one of HBOâ€™s Westworld. Luckily, thereâ€™s a lot out there to choose from. In fact, Robert Knott continues with his New York Times bestselling Western series with Robert B. Parkerâ€™s Revelation. READ MORE
“Perhaps there is something good that has come from this war: everything has been turned around, all the unfairness made grimly plain. It has given us everyday women a voiceâ€”dared us to stand up for ourselves, and to stand up for others.” -Jennifer Ryan, The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir READ MORE
Weâ€™re extremely excited to share the news that Carol Burnettâ€™s In Such Good Company won the 2017 GrammyÂ® for Best Spoken Word Album. She has been nominated for a Spoken Word GrammyÂ® twice before, for Carrie and Me and This Time Together. This is her first win. Congratulations to Ms. Burnett and the audiobook team! READ MORE
Valentineâ€™s Day is approaching. Itâ€™s a day to celebrate love and romance, a day to make everyone feel good. To celebrate, we have 10 audiobooks that will warm your heart, start some sparks, and leave you feeling lighter. READ MORE