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ALEXANDRA FULLER Travel Light, Move Fast Fuller (Don't Let's Go to the Dogs Tonight) turns her memoir eye to examining her father's life and her own childhood in Africa. Read by Alexandra Fuller Recorded Books Unabridged Library Ed.: CD ISBN 9781980040873 $77.75 (also MP3, DD) Release date: August 6 RUTH WARE The Turn of the Key Imogen Church has a deft hand with Ruth Ware's mysteries, and she returns to narrate this latest, in which a nanny's stay in a technology-rich smart house ends in murder. Read by Imogen Church Simon & Schuster Audio Unabridged Trade Ed.: CD ISBN 9781508284116 $34.99 (also DD) Release date: August 6 HELEN PREJEAN River of Fire: My Spiritual Journey Sister Helen Prejean (Dead Man Walking) reflects on her own lifelong journey of faith, from becoming a nun at age 18 to her activist work to abolish the death penalty. Read by Helen Prejean Random House Audio Unabridged Trade Ed.: DD ISBN 9780593107560 $20.00 Books on Tape Library Ed.: DD ISBN 9780593107577 $76.00 Release date: August 13 PHILIPPA GREGORY Tidelands Author Philippa Gregory's new historical fiction leaves aside the royal families and examines the life of one ordinary woman in 1600s England. English actress Louise Brealey narrates. Read by Louise Brealey Simon & Schuster Audio Unabridged Trade Ed.: CD ISBN 9781508281092 $39.99 (also DD) Release date: August 20 IBRAM X. KENDI How to Be an Antiracist Kendi, who won the National Book Award for his Stamped from the Beginning, offers a way forward in the struggle to identify and dismantle racism in society. Read by Ibram X. Kendi Random House Audio Unabridged Trade Ed.: DD ISBN 9781984832214 $15.00 Books on Tape Library Ed.: DD ISBN 9781984832221 $47.50 Release date: August 20 LOUISE PENNY A Better Man: Chief Inspector Gamache, Book 15 Chief Inspector Gamache is back, and the waters, both literal and metaphorical, are anything but calm. Robert Bathurst returns to give voice to the embattled chief inspector. Read by Robert Bathurst Macmillan Audio Unabridged Trade Ed.: CD ISBN 9781250230881 #39.99 (also DD) Release date: August 27 ANN CLEEVES The Long Call: The Two Rivers, Book 1 The author of the beloved Shetland and Vera Stanhope series introduces a new series, and a new detective: Matthew Venn. Reader TBA Macmillan Audio Unabridged Trade Ed.: CD ISBN 9781250242440 $45.99 (also DD) Release date: September 3 STEPHEN KING The Institute With a plot that sounds like classic Stephen King, children with paranormal abilities are kidnapped and taken to a brutal institute trying to harness their powers. Reader TBA Simon & Schuster Audio Unabridged Trade Ed.: CD ISBN 9781508279068 $49.99 (also DD) Release date: September 10 MARGARET ATWOOD The Testaments Thirty-four years after The Handmaid's Tale was first published, Atwood offers this long-awaited sequel. Reader TBA Random House Audio Unabridged Trade Ed.: CD ISBN 9780525590453 $40.00 (also DD) Books on Tape Library Ed.: CD ISBN 9780525590477 $40.00 (also DD) Release date: September 10 EMMA DONOGHUE Akin A retired professor finds himself responsible for an 11-year-old relative, and together they uncover family secrets in the French Riviera in this new novel from Emma Donoghue. Read by Jason Culp Hachette Audio Unabridged Trade Ed.: CD ISBN 9781549178207 $35.00 (also DD) Release date: September 10 Editors' Picks New Releases Online! Hundreds of upcoming titles at www.audiofilemagazine.com/newreleases 10 n AudioFile/www.audiofilemagazine.com Philippa Gregory

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