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Fast-paced audiobooks to make your road trip fly by.

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Womb City" audiobook cover features a futuristic head silhouette with cityscape details on a red background.

Womb City by Tlotlo Tsamaase

When a drug-fueled evening causes her to commit a desperate crime, daring to hope she can keep one last secret, Nelah, as the ghost of her victim hunts down the people she loves, must unravel the political conspiracy they were on the verge of exposing—or risk losing everyone.

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The Emperor and the Endless Palace by Justinian Huang

Across three seemingly unrelated timelines woven together only by the twists and turns of fate, two men are reborn, lifetime after lifetime. Within the treacherous walls of an ancient palace and the boundless forests of the Asian wilderness to the heart-pounding cement floors of underground rave scenes, our lovers are inexplicably drawn to each other, constantly tested by the worlds around them.

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Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus

In the early 1960s, chemist and single mother Elizabeth Zott, the reluctant star of America’s most beloved cooking show due to her revolutionary skills in the kitchen, uses this opportunity to dare women to change the status quo.

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Crook Manifesto by Colson Whitehead

A furniture store owner and ex-grifter leaves the straight and narrow path when he needs Jackson 5 tickets for his daughter in 1971 Manhattan, in the new novel by the two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Nickel Boys.

Cover of the book "Still See You Everywhere" by Lisa Gardner, featuring a silhouette of a person and their reflection.

Still See You Everywhere by Lisa Gardner

Asked by a female serial killer, with only 21 days left to live, to locate her long-lost sister who was kidnapped over a decade ago, Frankie Elkin is led to a tech mogul’s remote island where she goes undercover to learn the truth and possibly save a young woman’s life.

Cover of the book "None of this is True" by Lisa Jewell, featuring colorful, upside-down row houses and text details.

None of this is True by Lisa Jewell

Popular podcaster Alix Summer becomes the subject of her own podcast after a woman named Josie Fair comes into her life and then disappears, leaving behind a terrible and terrifying legacy that puts her life and her family’s lives in mortal danger.

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Holly by Stephen King

Formerly shy private detective Holly Gibney reluctantly agrees to search for a client’s missing daughter, which may have something to do with an unholy secret being harbored in the basement of a pair of semi-retired octogenarian academics.

Cover of "The Fury" by Alex Michaelides, showcasing a minimalist eye design over a serene beach background.

The Fury by Alex Michaelides

Spending Easter with Lana Farrar, a reclusive ex-movie star and one of the most famous women in the world, on her idyllic private Greek island, her guests, concealing hatred and desire for revenge, become trapped when the night ends in violence and murder.

Book cover of "The Storm We Made" by Vanessa Chan, featuring a blurred image of a person and the title in bold letters.

The Storm We Made by Vanessa Chan

In 1945 Malaya, when her family is in terrible danger due to a choice she made 10 years earlier, Cecily Alcantara, who was lured into a life of espionage for the invading Japanese forces during World War II, finds her actions catching up with her and will do anything to save those she loves.

Book cover of "The Heiress" by Rachel Hawkins, featuring ornate green foliage and a partial gold frame.

The Heiress by Rachel Hawkins

After North Carolina’s richest—and most notorious—heiress dies, her adopted son, Camden, rejects his inheritance until 10 years later, when his uncle’s death pulls him and his wife back into the family fold at Ashby House where he realizes the bonds of family stretch far beyond the grave.

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