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All Audiobooks new titles

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Enjoy a book on your daily commute, a road trip or while you take a walk. Check out our wide range of audiobooks on CD or ready to download to your device. This list updates when we add new titles to our collection.

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Signs and Wonders by Delia Falconer

Signs and Wonders

Delia Falconer

eAudiobook

The celebrated, Walkley Award-winning author on how global warming is changing not only our climate but our culture. Beautifully observed, brilliantly argued and deeply felt, these essays show that our emotions, our art, our relationships with the ge...

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The Brooklyn Nine by Alan Gratz

The Brooklyn Nine

Alan Gratz

eAudiobook

Baseball is in the Schneider family blood. Each member of this family, from family founder Felix Schneider in the 1800s to Snider Flint in the present day, has a strong tie to the game and to Brooklyn. Through the years this family has dodged bullets...

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Eyes that kiss in the corners by Joanna Ho

Eyes that kiss in the corners

Joanna Ho

eAudiobook

This lyrical and stunning book tells a story about learning to love and celebrate your Asian-shaped eyes, in the of spirit of Hair Love by Matthew A. Cherry. A young Asian girl notices that her eyes look different from her peers'. They have big, round...

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Consent by Annabel Lyon

Consent

Annabel Lyon

eAudiobook

Longlisted For The Women's Prize For Fiction Saskia and Jenny are twins, alike in appearance only: Saskia has a single-minded focus on her studies, while Jenny is glamorous, thrill-seeking and capricious. Still, when Jenny is severely injured in an a...

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Eat, slay, love by Eric Ugland

Eat, slay, love

Eric Ugland

eAudiobook

An endless night, full of hungry shadows. The most dangerous night of the year is upon Coggeshall. Fiends' Night, when the boundary between Vuldranni and hell is the weakest. And so hell comes out to play. To survive the night, Montana must put his e...

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The suffragette's daughter by Michelle Salter

The suffragette's daughter

Michelle Salter

eAudiobook

In a world where men rule, can a woman ever succeed? Trainee journalist Iris Woodmore is invited to accompany Mrs Sybil Siddons, only the third woman to ever stand for Parliament, to a debate at the House of Commons. Iris is thrilled but scared. The ...

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Crow Court by Andy Charman

Crow Court

Andy Charman

eAudiobook

NOMINATED FOR THE DESMOND ELLIOT PRIZE Spring, 1840. In the Dorset market town of Wimborne Minster, a young choirboy drowns himself. Soon after, the choirmaster-a belligerent man with a vicious reputation-is found murdered, in a discovery tainted as much...

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Straight outta Crongton by Alex Wheatle

Straight outta Crongton

Alex Wheatle

eAudiobook

Life's a constant hustle for Mo. Her mum's boyfriend Lloyd is just another man who likes to beat down women; the South Crong streets are fraught with hazards and nasty G's; and when it comes to matters of the heart ... she's still hung up on Sam. No ...

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Funkytown by Paul (Paul W.) Kennedy

Funkytown

Paul (Paul W.) Kennedy

eAudiobook

Paul Kennedy's Funkytown is the vivid true story of a year in the life of a teenager leaping into manhood. It is 1993: a serial killer is loose on the streets of Frankston, Victoria. The community is paralysed by fear and a state's police force and n...

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The last correspondent by Michael Smith

The last correspondent

Michael Smith

eAudiobook

The ultimate insider's account: living and working in China in a period of unprecedented economic and social upheaval It was just after midnight when China's notorious secret police came knocking. A late-night visit to his Shanghai laneway house by C...

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The quarry girl by Tania Crosse

The quarry girl

Tania Crosse

eAudiobook

August 1883. The future for Ling Southcott, a quarryman's daughter, seems to be already mapped. Marriage to her childhood sweetheart, Barney, a cluster of children, a life contained to the hamlet of Foggintor Quarry. For Ling, with her sharp, enquiring...

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Would I lie to you? by Aliya Ali-Afzal

Would I lie to you?

Aliya Ali-Afzal

eAudiobook

Faiza has always wanted to fit in. With her banker husband, three beautiful children and gorgeous house in a sought-after corner of London, but behind the expensive clothes, make-up and furniture lies a big secret. Faiza has been dipping into the fam...

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The collector's daughter by Gill Paul

The collector's daughter

Gill Paul

eAudiobook

From the internationally bestselling author comes a tale of long-buried secrets and a discovery that will change everything, perfect for fans of Dinah Jefferies and Lucinda Riley. An unforgettable discoveryIn 1922, Lady Evelyn Herbert's dreams are re...

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The beauty of impossible things by Rachel Donohue

The beauty of impossible things

Rachel Donohue

eAudiobook

The summer Natasha Rothwell turns fifteen, strange dancing lights appear in the sky above her small town, lights that she interprets as portents of doom. Natasha leads a sheltered life with her beautiful, bohemian mother in a crumbling house by the sea....

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The Damask rose by Carol McGrath

The Damask rose

Carol McGrath

eAudiobook

Well-researched . . . Fascinating' Joanna Courtney 'Beautifully done . . . Captivating' Suzannah Dunn 'Rich, vivid and immersive . . . Enthralling' Nicola Cornick 'Steeps the reader in the life of a medieval court' Joanna Hickson 1266. Eleanor of Cas...

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A darkness of dragons by Seth Patrick

A darkness of dragons

Seth Patrick

eAudiobook

Waterstones Children's Book of the Month Patch Brightwater is a boy in disgrace. Thrown in jail for playing a forbidden spell, he is no one's idea of a hero. But then he discovers a deadly truth - the evil Piper of Hamelyn is on the loose. With the help...

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The ravine by Wendy Lower

The ravine

Wendy Lower

eAudiobook

A strikingly original book about a terrible photograph - an exceptionally rare image documenting the horrific final moment of the murder of a family in Ukraine. Photographic images of the Holocaust are very rare. The perpetrators were careful to avoid...

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The mark by Heather Burnside

The mark

Heather Burnside

eAudiobook

Book one in the shocking and brilliant Working Girls series from the queen of urban crime. When respected journalist, Maddy, goes to interview prostitutes in a rundown Manchester pub, she doesn't reckon on attracting the attention of their ruthless p...

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The round yard by Alissa Callen

The round yard

Alissa Callen

eAudiobook

A heartfelt story about finding where you belong by bestselling Australian author Alissa Callen. For only child Neve Fitzpatrick, family is everything. When she loses her mother, she heads to the bush to rent a farmhouse near her grandmother's family...

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Dark lullaby by Polly Ho-Yen

Dark lullaby

Polly Ho-Yen

eAudiobook

For fans of Black Mirror and The Handmaid's Tale, in Dark Lullaby a mother desperately tries to keep her family together in a society where parenting standards are strictly monitored. Kit is an 'out', she doesn't want children. Infertility is universal...

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A Christmas carol murder by Heather Redmond

A Christmas carol murder

Heather Redmond

eAudiobook

Charles Dickens is one of the most famous and influential writers in English literature and Heather Redmond's delightful series asks what if Dickens had also solved crimes ...? Now, the third book in the acclaimed A Dickens of a Crime series reimagin...

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Tell it to the skies by Erica James

Tell it to the skies

Erica James

eAudiobook

Set in the beautiful city of Venice, a captivating novel from the Sunday Times bestselling author of Summer at the Lake. Venice has been Lydia's home for many years, a place where she has found peace and fulfilment. Then one day she glimpses a young man's...

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Best laid plans and a fistful of rubies by K. T. Davies

Best laid plans and a fistful of rubies

K. T. Davies

eAudiobook

Best Laid Plans: Did you hear the one about the thief and the sorcerer who went to rob a senator? No, of course you didn't, it's a dull tale hardly worth recounting. Ah. But what happened after, now that is a story. After being most unfairly swived a...

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The cure for loneliness by William A. Howatt

The cure for loneliness

William A. Howatt

eAudiobook

You can build authentic social connections--even while physically apart. We are wired for social connection; our mental health depends on it. From a simple smile from a stranger on the street to a hug from a relative or close friend, we humans thrive...

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A poet for every day of the year

A poet for every day of the year

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Allie Esiri's anthology, A Poet for Every Day of the Year, is the perfect introduction to 366 of the world's greatest ever verse writers. Perfect for listening and sharing with all the family, it is bursting at the seams with familiar favourites and ...

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Belonging by Alun Wyn Jones

Belonging

Alun Wyn Jones

eAudiobook

'A true warrior. He demands excellence from himself and others around him. He has had success and disappointment, joy and sadness. People think they know him but unless you read this book you will never know the REAL Alun Wyn Jones.'Warren GatlandMatch...

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The gathering table by Kathryn Springer

The gathering table

Kathryn Springer

eAudiobook

"A feast of small-town charm and characters who feel like dear friends."--Liz Johnson, bestselling author of The Red Door InnFrom USA TODAY bestselling author Kathryn Springer comes a tale of starting over when life takes an unexpected turn. Winsome ...

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Cloud cuckoo land by Anthony Doerr

Cloud cuckoo land

Anthony Doerr

eAudiobook

PRE-ORDER NOW From the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of All the Light We Cannot See comes a triumph of imagination and compassion, a soaring story of resilience, hope - and a book. 'Sets him comfortably alongside Tolkien, Rowling and David Mitchell, and...

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Into the rip by Damien Cave

Into the rip

Damien Cave

eAudiobook

When Damien Cave brought his young family to Sydney to set up the New York Times' Australian Bureau, they encountered the local pursuits of Nippers and surfing - and a completely different approach to risk that changed the way they lived their lives....

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The burpee bears by Joe Wicks

The burpee bears

Joe Wicks

eAudiobook

Meet the Burpee Bears in this glorious picture book created by the Nation's Favourite PE Teacher, Joe Wicks! For this bear family, every day is a new day: a day for adventure and discovery, and true to Joe's ethos, each book will feature a fun and po...

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Oddity by Eli Brown

Oddity

Eli Brown

eAudiobook

The daughter of a murdered physician vows to protect the magical Oddity he left behind in an alternate nineteenth century where a failed Louisiana Purchase has locked a young Unified States into conflict with France. It's the early 1800s, and Clover ...

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The key to finding Jack by Ewa Jozefkowicz

The key to finding Jack

Ewa Jozefkowicz

eAudiobook

Flick's big brother, Jack, goes missing in Peru and she is desperate to find him. But can she solve the greatest mystery of all: who Jack really is? A heartwarming, third novel from Waterstones Prize shortlisted author, Ewa Jozefkowicz, about the unb...

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Meet me in Tahiti by Georgia Toffolo

Meet me in Tahiti

Georgia Toffolo

eAudiobook

'A book with a huge heart, a dreamy location and a fabulous heroine, Meet Me in Tahiti is the very definition of romance. Sweet, funny and full of zest for life - I adored it!'Veronica HenrySunday Times Bestselling author of The Wedding at the Beach Hut...

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A picture of hope by Liz Tolsma

A picture of hope

Liz Tolsma

eAudiobook

Journalist Nellie Wilkerson has spent the bulk of the war in London, photographing pilots taking off and landing & ;and she & ;s bored. She jumps at the chance to go to France, where the Allied forces recently landed. She enlists Jean-Paul Breslau of...

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Secrets in the mist by Morgan L. Busse

Secrets in the mist

Morgan L. Busse

eAudiobook

What's lurking in the Mist is the least of their worries ... In a world where humanity lives in the sky to escape a deadly mist below, Cass's only goal is survival. That is, until she finds a job on the airship Daedalus as a diver. Now she explores r...

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The power of flexing by Susan J. Ashford

The power of flexing

Susan J. Ashford

eAudiobook

A leadership and learning expert shows you how to change your behavior, develop soft skills, and achieve personal and professional growth through a series of small experiments she calls "Flexing." A personnel shift at your organization puts you into ...

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Everything within and in between by Nikki Barthelmess

Everything within and in between

Nikki Barthelmess

eAudiobook

Color Me In meets I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter in Everything Within and In Between, a deeply honest coming-of-age story about reclaiming a heritage buried under assimilation, the bonds within families, and defining who you are for yourself....

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Briarheart by Mercedes Lackey

Briarheart

Mercedes Lackey

eAudiobook

From beloved fantasy author Mercedes Lackey comes a fresh and feminist reinterpretation of Sleeping Beauty. Miriam may be the daughter of Queen Alethia of Tirendell, but she's not a princess. She's the child of Alethia and her previous husband, the K...

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Bad fat black girl by Sesali Bowen

Bad fat black girl

Sesali Bowen

eAudiobook

From funny and fearless entertainment journalist Sesali Bowen, Bad Fat Black Girl combines rule-breaking feminist theory, witty and insightful personal memoir, and cutting cultural analysis for an unforgettable, genre-defining debut. Growing up on the...

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Killing them awfully by Eric Ugland

Killing them awfully

Eric Ugland

eAudiobook

He's tried to ignore them for too long. But the long-simmering conflict between Montana's holding at Coggeshall and the Night Goblins who also occupy the valley is about to boil over. Usually, goblins aren't anything to write home about: an enemy without...

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Florence Adler swims forever by Rachel Beanland

Florence Adler swims forever

Rachel Beanland

eAudiobook

Winner of The National Jewish Book Awards GoldƯberg Prize for Debut FicƯtion.. How far would you go to hide the truth from the ones you love the most? Atlantic City, 1934. Every summer, Esther and Joseph Adler rent their house out to holidaymakers and...

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Honeybee by Craig Silvey

Honeybee

Craig Silvey

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The Boys by Ron Howard

The Boys

Ron Howard

eAudiobook

Happy Days, The Andy Griffith Show, Gentle Ben?these shows captivated millions of TV viewers in the '60s and '70s. Join award-winning filmmaker Ron Howard and audience-favorite actor Clint Howard as they frankly and fondly share their unusual family story...

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Cold blood by Alex Shaw

Cold blood

Alex Shaw

eAudiobook

Aidan Snow thought he could escape his past. But now it's back, with a vengeance. Ten years ago, SAS Trooper Aidan Snow was left fighting for his life after a mission went wrong and ever since he has been haunted by the image of the man with green eyes....

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Poppy Day by Amanda Prowse

Poppy Day

Amanda Prowse

eAudiobook

From the million-copy bestseller Amanda Prowse, the queen of heartbreak fiction. Amanda Prowse is the author of The Coordinates Of Loss and the no. 1 bestsellers Perfect Daughter, My Husband's Wife and What Have I Done? Ever since hairdresser Poppy Day...

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The warming by Stanley Johnson

The warming

Stanley Johnson

eAudiobook

When Harry Hodson disappears into the Brazilian rainforest, his brother Charles sets off to help in the search. Charles, an investigative journalist accustomed to digging for the truth, does not find Harry but instead uncovers evidence that a Brazilian...

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The baby is mine by Oyinkan Braithwaite

The baby is mine

Oyinkan Braithwaite

eAudiobook

When his girlfriend throws him out during the pandemic, Bambi has to go to his Uncle's house in lock-down Lagos. He arrives during a blackout, and is surprised to find his Aunty Bidemi sitting in a candlelit room with another woman. They both claim to...

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The supreme lie by Geraldine McCaughrean

The supreme lie

Geraldine McCaughrean

eAudiobook

From twice Carnegie-medal-winning Geraldine McCaughrean comes an extraordinary and timely new novel set in a world paralysed by natural disaster and dangerous politics, for fans of Philip Pullman and Frances Hardinge. Fifteen-year-old Gloria is maid ...

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The yes woman by Grace Jennings-Edquist

The yes woman

Grace Jennings-Edquist

eAudiobook

In a world that teaches girls to become Yes Women, learning to say 'no' is a radical feat. For most of her life, Australian journalist Grace Jennings-Edquist had been keen to please. From school to career, in her appearance, friendships, and even eve...

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Meltdown by Joel Levy

Meltdown

Joel Levy

eAudiobook

Meltdown investigates and recreates the dramatic events behind the most notorious nuclear accidents in history, as well as those shrouded in secrecy. Combining human tragedy with intriguing science, each account reveals new aspects of humanity's comp...

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The inevitable by Katie Engelhart

The inevitable

Katie Engelhart

eAudiobook

Meet Adam. He's twenty-seven years old, articulate and attractive. He also wants to die. Should he be helped? And by whom? In The Inevitable, award-winning journalist Katie Engelhart explores one of our most abiding taboos: assisted dying. From Avril,...

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The copper heart by Sarah Painter

The copper heart

Sarah Painter

eAudiobook

Heavy is the head that wears the crown ... Don't miss The Copper Heart, the exciting fifth instalment in the bestselling urban fantasy mystery series, Crow Investigations. Lydia has taken over as the leader of the Crow Family and is trying to keep th...

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His only wife by Peace A. Medie

His only wife

Peace A. Medie

eAudiobook

An Observer, Time Magazine & New York Times Book of the Year A Reese Witherspoon's Book Club Pick 'Elikem married me in absentia; he did not come to our wedding.' Afi Tekple is a young seamstress living in a small town in Ghana with her widowed mother....

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Becoming Mila by Estelle Maskame

Becoming Mila

Estelle Maskame

eAudiobook

Sixteen-year-old Mila lives in LA with her mom and A-list actor dad, whose fame constantly thrusts their lives into the media spotlight. But when Mila's antics around town make waves ahead of her dad's next big movie, something needs to be done. So Mila...

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Generations by Bobby Duffy

Generations

Bobby Duffy

eAudiobook

Are millennials entitled and lazy? Are baby boomers the most sexually liberal generation? Was generation X the last group to show loyalty to political parties? In this original and deeply researched book, polling expert and professor of public policy...

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The witness by Nicola Tallant

The witness

Nicola Tallant

eAudiobook

Joey O'Callaghan was just 18 years old when he became a ghost - the youngest ever person to be signed up to the Witness Protection Programme. Groomed into a drug gang from the age of 10, a cold-blooded assassination sickened him to his core, and he broke...

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Confess to me by Sharon Doering

Confess to me

Sharon Doering

eAudiobook

A wickedly gripping thriller about family secrets, infatuation, and the lies we bury to protect ourselves, from the author of She Lies Close.Heather Hornne is going home.Haunted by a childhood tragedy and estranged from her family, Heather finds herself...

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Cosmic impact by Andrew (Andrew James) May

Cosmic impact

Andrew (Andrew James) May

eAudiobook

As end-of-the-world scenarios go, an apocalyptic collision with an asteroid or comet is the new kid on the block, gaining respectability only in the last decade of the 20th century with the realisation that the dinosaurs had been wiped out by just such...

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The nowhere man by Gregg Andrew Hurwitz

The nowhere man

Gregg Andrew Hurwitz

eAudiobook

Ambushed and drugged, Evan Smoak wakes up in a locked room with no idea where he is or who has captured him. As he tries to piece together what's happened, he receives a desperate call for help. With time running out, he will need to out-manoeuvre a ...

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Grave sight by Charlaine Harris

Grave sight

Charlaine Harris

eAudiobook

Harper Connelly has a strange job: she finds dead people. She can sense the final location of a person who's passed, and share their very last moment. Traveling with her step-brother Tolliver as manager and sometime-bodyguard, she's become an expert at...

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How to build a human by Emma Byrne

How to build a human

Emma Byrne

eAudiobook

Looking after children can be overwhelming, especially when a lot of people say they have the 'right' answer. But what if, instead of following instructions, you parented like a scientist? What if you took the available evidence-based information, and...

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Something to die for by Will Jordan

Something to die for

Will Jordan

eAudiobook

The epic conclusion to Ryan Drake's mission from a master of the action thriller, perfect for fans of Robert Ludlum and Vince Flynn. Time has run out for Ryan Drake. Most of his friends are dead or disappeared. Corrupt CIA Director Marcus Cain is poised...

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The Rome plague diaries by Matthew Kneale

The Rome plague diaries

Matthew Kneale

eAudiobook

A warm and affectionate portrait of a city and a people under lockdown during the Covid-19 crisis, from the award-winning and Sunday Times bestselling author of Rome: A History in Seven Sackings. On the first morning of Rome's Covid-19 lockdown Matthew...

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Jet man by Duncan Campbell-Smith

Jet man

Duncan Campbell-Smith

eAudiobook

The story of Frank Whittle - RAF pilot, mathematician of genius, inventor of the jet engine and British hero. In 1929, a twenty-two-year-old maverick named Frank Whittle - a self-taught aeronautical obsessive and risk-takingly brilliant RAF pilot - presented...

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The Amsterdam adventure by Paul O'Grady

The Amsterdam adventure

Paul O'Grady

eAudiobook

The hilarious and action-packed middle grade adventure from beloved comedian and bestselling author Paul O'Grady. Unbeknownst to anyone, somewhat-unhappy and never-quite-fitting in 10-year-old Eddie Albert can speak to animals, including his pet dog Butch,...

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Escalation by Matthew Peed

Escalation

Matthew Peed

eAudiobook

Tired of the necromancer threat, Regan increases efforts to deal with them at their heart of power in the north. Seemingly aware of his presence, the monster horde continues to grow until finally they charge the valley. Steel Spire, one of Regan's su...

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Puff piece by John Safran

Puff piece

John Safran

eAudiobook

The folks that bring you Marlboro - Philip Morris - are wheezing, slowly dying. Cigarettes are out of favour with everyone, from world governments and investors to, increasingly, smokers. So, what's their plan? Prepare to be dazzled. Or, at the very ...

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The real silent witnesses by Wensley Clarkson

The real silent witnesses

Wensley Clarkson

eAudiobook

WITH A FOREWORD BY NIGEL McCRERY, CREATOR OF SILENT WITNESS Going beyond the popular TV show, this is the true story of forensic science from those who solve crimes without witnesses. How do you identify a serial killer? What are the tell-tale signs of...

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Why did I buy that? by Kirstie Clements

Why did I buy that?

Kirstie Clements

eAudiobook

Musings, style tips and thoughts on being a woman from Australia's leading fashion insider, internationally-bestselling author and former editor of Vogue, Kirstie Clements - all delivered with a good dose of wit, common sense and chutzpah. As a true ...

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A hand to hold in deep water by Shawn Nocher

A hand to hold in deep water

Shawn Nocher

eAudiobook

Willy Cherrymill and his stepdaughter, Lacey, are deeply bruised by a past brimming with unanswered questions. It's been thirty years since May DuBerry, Willy's young wife and Lacey's mother, abandoned them both, leaving Willy to raise Lacey alone. L...

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The moth and the mountain by Ed Caesar

The moth and the mountain

Ed Caesar

eAudiobook

'One of the best books ever written about the early attempts to conquer Everest. A fine, fine slice of history by a truly special writer who proves time and time again that he is among the best of his generation' Dan Jones, author of The Plantagenets...

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Showtime! by Judy Nunn

Showtime!

Judy Nunn

eAudiobook

'So, Will, are you going to come with me and my team of merry performers to the sunny climes of Australia, where the crowds are already queuing and the streets are paved with gold?'In the second half of the 19th century, Melbourne is a veritable boom...

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Love me like you mean it by Laura Burton

Love me like you mean it

Laura Burton

eAudiobook

Ever told a white lie that spirals outta control and you end up finding true love? Just me? I was having the worst day ever, and to cheer myself up I was trying on wedding gowns at a boutique. Which is cool, until my frenemy walked in with her posse of...

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The devil's work by Garry Linnell

The devil's work

Garry Linnell

eAudiobook

He was a murderer, swindler, bigamist and suspect in the Jack the Ripper killings. Frederick Deeming was also the most hated man in the world. Claiming to be haunted by the ghost of his dead mother, Deeming had spent years roaming the planet under va...

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An acquired taste by Kelly Cain

An acquired taste

Kelly Cain

eAudiobook

After four years at the country's top culinary school and several years as head chef in her mother's restaurant, Rowan Townsend has built a notable reputation. Her farm-to-table collard greens have long been bringing everyone to the yard, but limits on...

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Constable in the dale by Nicholas Rhea

Constable in the dale

Nicholas Rhea

eAudiobook

The brilliantly entertaining and heartwarming books behind the hit 90s TV series Heartbeat. One of the top ten most watched shows of the decade. Constable Nick patrols his rural Yorkshire beat on foot or on his trusty Francis Barnett motorcycle. But ...

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Husbands by Adele Parks

Husbands

Adele Parks

eAudiobook

COULD YOUR PAST ACTUALLY BE YOUR FUTURE? From the Sunday Times bestselling author of Just My Luck and Both Of You, comes a page turning, witty and insightful novel of relationships and whether you can ever escape your past ... Bella secretly married ...

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Still thinking of you by Adele Parks

Still thinking of you

Adele Parks

eAudiobook

IS HONESTY ALWAYS THE BEST POLICY? From the Sunday Times bestselling author of Just My Luck and Both Of You, comes an unputdownable novel about the ties of old friendships, the passion of new love and whether honesty is always the best policy ... Tash...

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For lord and land by Matthew Harffy

For lord and land

Matthew Harffy

eAudiobook

Greed and ambition threaten to tear the north apart. War rages between the two kingdoms of Northumbria. Kin is pitted against kin and friend becomes foe as ambitious kings vie for supremacy. When Beobrand travels south into East Angeln to rescue a friend,...

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Princes of the Renaissance by Mary Hollingsworth

Princes of the Renaissance

Mary Hollingsworth

eAudiobook

A beautifully illustrated history of the Renaissance told through the lives of its most influential patrons. From the late Middle Ages, the independent Italian city-states were taken over by powerful families who installed themselves as dynastic rule...

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Solace by Bethany Adams

Solace

Bethany Adams

eAudiobook

A lady without a purposeAfter the death of her soulbonded twenty years ago, Lynia has struggled to find her place. Her son, Lyr, has the estate well in hand, and there are no pressing duties for her to attend. Aside from keeping peace between their m...

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Dune. The lady of Caladan by Brian Herbert

Dune. The lady of Caladan

Brian Herbert

eAudiobook

Lady Jessica, mother of Paul, and consort to Leto Atredies. The choices she made shaped an empire, but first the Lady of Caladan must reckon with her own betrayal of the Bene Gesserit. She has already betrayed her ancient order, but now she must decide...

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They both die at the end by Adam Silvera

They both die at the end

Adam Silvera

eAudiobook

A love story with a difference - an unforgettable tale of life, loss and making each day count in the INTERNATIONAL NO. 1 BESTSELLING book of TIKTOK fame, clocking up 60 million views and counting! On September 5th, a little after midnight, Death-Cast...

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The twelve days of Dash & Lily by Rachel Cohn

The twelve days of Dash & Lily

Rachel Cohn

eAudiobook

SOON TO BE A MAJOR NETFLIX TV SERIES New York Times bestselling authors Rachel Cohn and David Levithan are back together with a life-affirming holiday romance starring Dash and Lily! Dash and Lily have had a tough year since readers watched the couple...

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Banquet by Debi Marshall

Banquet

Debi Marshall

eAudiobook

In this definitive expose, Walkley-award winning journalist Debi Marshall turns her investigative blowtorch to the shocking Adelaide Family murders and to secrets long hidden in the City of Corpses. This chilling account begins with the liberalisation...

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Love Monster and the scary something by Rachel Bright

Love Monster and the scary something

Rachel Bright

eAudiobook

A funny and reassuring story featuring Love Monster, who now appears in his own animated television show on CBeebies! It's way past bedtime o'clock in Cutesville and Love Monster is the only one who's wide awake ... Or is he? As the sounds of the night...

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The prospect who saved us by M. N. Forgy

The prospect who saved us

M. N. Forgy

eAudiobook

Piper thought love was just a state of mind and not for a woman of her taste and background. That was until Saint charmed the panties right off her, knocking her up. Saint and Piper made one of the worst mistakes you could make in their world and now...

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The warrior and the prophet by Peter Cozzens

The warrior and the prophet

Peter Cozzens

eAudiobook

Shawnee chief Tecumseh was a man destined for greatness - the son of a prominent war leader, he was supposedly born under a lucky shooting star. Charismatic, intelligent, handsome, he was both a fierce warrior and a savvy politician. In the first biography...

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Look again by David Bailey

Look again

David Bailey

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David Bailey burst onto the scene in 1960 with his revolutionary photographs for Vogue. Discarding the rigid rules of a previous generation of portrait and fashion photographers, he channelled the energy of London's newly informal street culture into...

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No one left behind by Keith Payne

No one left behind

Keith Payne

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From the battlefields of Korea, Malaya and Vietnam to the struggle for veterans' welfare, Keith Payne has never shied away from a fight. More than 50 years ago, this bravery saw him receive Australia's highest military honour - the Victoria Cross. Keith...

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The boy with wings by Lenny Henry

The boy with wings

Lenny Henry

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Lenny Henry's hilarious adventure, The Boy with Wings, is for readers of 9 to 12 and illustrated throughout by Keenon Ferrell. Includes an exclusive comic book adventure illustrated by Mark Buckingham. An ordinary kid is about to become an EXTRAORDINARY...

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The night train by Matilda Woods

The night train

Matilda Woods

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With a shrill whistle the Night Train is off, delivering its passengers to children's dreams. The yeti, the ballet dancer, the friendly monster and the princess all have starring roles. But when the train comes to an unexpected halt it's a race against...

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The lonely ones by Håkan Nesser

The lonely ones

Håkan Nesser

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A trip behind the Iron Curtain would change their lives forever . . . It begins in 1969. Six young people arrive in Uppsala. Different circumstances push the three young couples together and, over the course of a few years, they become friends. But a...

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The prince of the skies by Antonio Iturbe

The prince of the skies

Antonio Iturbe

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From the bestselling author of The Librarian of Auschwitz, Antonio Iturbe, comes a captivating historical novel based on a true story - the extraordinary life and mysterious death of Antoine de Saint-Exupery, author of The Little Prince. Writer. Roma...

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Riccardino by Andrea Camilleri

Riccardino

Andrea Camilleri

eAudiobook

Inspector Montalbano embarks on his final case and, as with Sherlock Holmes and Inspector Morse before him, his last adventure is as thrilling as it is surprising. Riccardino marks a fitting end to a remarkable series of novels.

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State of terror by Hillary Rodham Clinton

State of terror

Hillary Rodham Clinton

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STATE OF TERROR follows a novice Secretary of State who has joined the administration of her rival, a president inaugurated after four years of American leadership that shrank from the world stage. A series of terrorist attacks throws the global order...

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Scare me to death by C.J Carver

Scare me to death

C.J Carver

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A homemade bomb exploded mid-air, killing 214 people on board. Thirteen people survived. Sixteen years later, one of the survivors is found brutally bludgeoned to death. It looks like a crime of passion but DC Lucy Davies knows something is wrong. They...

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The lamp of the wicked by Philip Rickman

The lamp of the wicked

Philip Rickman

eAudiobook

After half a century of decay, the village of Underhowle looked to be on the brink of a new prosperity. Now, instead, it seems destined for notoriety as the home of a psychotic serial killer. DI Frannie Bliss, of Hereford CID, is convinced he knows where...

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The queen's captain by Peter Watt

The queen's captain

Peter Watt

eAudiobook

In October 1863, Ian Steele, having taken on the identity of Captain Samuel Forbes, is fighting the Pashtun on the north-west frontier in India. Half a world away, the real Samuel Forbes is a lieutenant in the 3rd New York Volunteers and is facing th...

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Midnight in the snow by Karen Swan

Midnight in the snow

Karen Swan

eAudiobook

From Sunday Times bestselling author Karen Swan, Midnight in the Snow is the story of a forbidden attraction that will reveal long-buried secrets, set amongst the snow-covered mountains of the Austrian Alps. Award-winning director Clover Phillips is ...

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