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What's New in eAudiobooks for May

E-AUDIOBOOKS
Albert Costa The Bilingual Brain: And What It Tells Us about the Science of Language
Matt Ridley How innovation works: and why it flourishes in freedom
Rosalind Miles The women's history of the modern world: how radicals, rebels, and everywomen revolutionized the last 200 years
Mark Harris Mike nichols : A life
BillGatesHow to avoid a climate disaster: the solutions we have and the breakthroughs we need
Richard White California exposures: envisioning myth and history
Chris Wallace Countdown 1945: the extraordinary story of the atomic bomb and the 116 days that changed the world
Fareed Zakaria Ten lessons for a post-pandemic world
Paul Matzko The radio right: how a band of broadcasters took on the federal government and built the modern conservative movement
Leon Uris O'Hara's choice
Leon Uris Redemption
Alexander Wolff Endpapers: a family story of books, war, escape, and home
Donald E Westlake The busy body
Donald E Westlake Dancing Aztecs
Jaroslav Pelikan Jesus through the centuries: His place in the history of culture
Thomas Merton The christian in the world
Thomas Merton The Christian life today
Thomas Merton Living contemplatively in the modern world
Thomas Merton A message of contemplatives to the world
Thomas Merton Thomas Merton on the mystical life and Martin Buber
Thomas Merton Thomas Merton on Augustine, Jerome, and Ambrose : the philosophy of the great Latin fathers
Thomas Merton Thomas Merton on Franz Kafka
Thomas Merton Thomas Merton's Great sermons and reflections
Ernest Hemingway Three stories and ten poems
John Julius Norwich Absolute monarchs: a history of the papacy
John Julius Norwich Four princes: Henry Viii, Francis I, Charles V, Suleiman the Magnificent and the obsessions that forged modern Europe
Italo Calvino Italian folktales
Franz Kafka A hunger artist
Ben Goldacre Bad pharma: how drug companies mislead doctors and harm patients
Ben Goldacre Bad science: quacks, hacks, and big pharma flacks
J D Vance Hillbilly elegy: a memoir of a family and culture in crisis
Chris Voss Never split the difference: negotiating as if your life depended on it
Sarah Penner The lost apothecary
Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney Good company
Kate Quinn The rose code
Madeline Miller The song of Achilles
Michael Connelly The law of innocence
Flynn Berry Northern spy : a novel
John Sandford Ocean Prey
Tana French The searcher : a novel
JoAnne Tompkins What comes after
Paula McLain When the stars go dark
Robin Wall Kimmerer Braiding sweetgrass: indigenous wisdom, scientific knowledge and the teachings of plants
Michael A Singer The untethered soul: the journey beyond yourself
Jessica Bruder Nomadland: surviving America in the twenty-first century
Fredrik Backman Anxious people
Brenda Chapman Butterfly kills
BrendaChapmanCold mourning

Posted on May. 10, 2021 by Cherilyn Banson