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Only Killers and Thieves

A Novel

By Paul Howarth
Narrated by: David Linski
Length: 11 hours 29 minutes

Only Killers and Thieves

“An absolutely vicious debut novel, “Only Killers and Thieves,” by Paul Howarth is a dark and violent coming-of-age story of the McBride brothers, Billy and Tommy, set in the late 1880’s Australian Outback. After discovering the slaughter of their family, the McBride boys, one eager, one reluctant, join with local land baron, Joseph Sullivan to hunt down and massacre the Aboriginals responsible. During their brutal battle for vengeance, the brothers are soon forced to choose between right and wrong, power or weakness and a future of servitude working for Sullivan to pay off their father’s debt. Their loyalty torn apart, Tommy deserts the hunt, desperate to seek the truth of his parent’s murder. Will Tommy find the strength to exact the revenge he initially didn’t seek, or will he cave to the seductive sirens calling from Sullivan’s camp?”

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Fall Back Down When I Die

By Joe Wilkins
Narrated by: MacLeod Andrews
Length: 7 hours 43 minutes

For readers of My Absolute Darling and Fourth of July Creek, a "riveting and timely" Montana story about the unbreakable bond between a young man and the abandoned boy put in his care (Jess Walter), as old grievances of land and blood are visited upon them.
Wendell Newman, a young ranch hand in Montana, has recently lost his mother, leaving him... Read more »

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Some Rise by Sin

A Novel

By Philip Caputo & Jonathan Davis
Length: TBA

New York Times bestselling author Philip Caputo tells the story of a Franciscan priest struggling to walk a moral path through the shifting and fatal realities of an isolated Mexican village

The Mexican village of San Patricio is being menaced by a bizarre, cultish drug cartel infamous for its brutality. As the townspeople try to defend...

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Dream Wheels

By Richard Wagamese
Narrated by: Tom Stechschulte
Length: 13 hours 37 minutes

Rodeo cowboy Joe Willie Wolfchild, riding an explosive bull called See Four and moments away from becoming World Champion, suffers a devastating accident. His parents and grandparents use all their native wisdom to ease him out of his subsequent bitter depression, but without success. Meanwhile, in a distant city, a troubled young kid named... Read more »

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Montana

The Lola Wicks Series: Book #1

By Gwen Florio
Narrated by: Caroline Shaffer
Length: 8 hours 46 minutes

Foreigncorrespondent Lola Wicks is pissed off. Her editor, downsizing her from her Kabulposting, reassigns her to a stateside suburban beat formerly the province ofinterns. Meanwhile, arriving in Montana for some R&R at a friend’s cabin, she issurprised to find her friend nowhere in sight.

Angerturns to terror when Lola discovers her friend...

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The Compton Cowboys

The New Generation of Cowboys in America's Urban Heartland

By Walter Thompson-Hernandez
Narrated by: Glenn Davis & Ron Butler
Length: 7 hours 45 minutes

“Thompson-Hernández's portrayal of Compton's black cowboys broadens our perception of Compton's young black residents, and connects the Compton Cowboys to the historical legacy of African Americans in the west. An eye-opening, moving book.”— Margot Lee Shetterly, New York Times bestselling author of Hidden Figures

A rising New York Times reporter...

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Whiskey When We're Dry

By John Larison
Narrated by: Sophie Amoss
Length: 15 hours 24 minutes

Whiskey When We're Dry

“A haunting and remarkable debut, John Larison’s Whiskey When We’re Dry stays true to the western genre while subverting many common themes of the American West, producing a wholly original narrative that will linger in your mind for days. I have never encountered a protagonist quite like Jess; she embodies the incredible strength and resolve required to survive in the West, but also the vulnerability necessary to retain humanity in the face of so much violence and brutality. Larison’s prose goes down as smooth as a glass of whiskey, and I didn’t want to stop reading until I’d finished every last drop.”

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