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Leaving Home: Short Pieces by Jodi Picoult, read by the author. Three short pieces on the titular theme. (Brilliance Audio, Oct.)

The Christmas Wedding by James Patterson and Richard DiLallo, read by Susan McInearny, Kathleen McInearny, Eileen Stevens, Ax Norman and Lisa Rothe. The tree is decorated, the cookies are baked, and the packages are wrapped, but the biggest celebration this Christmas is Gaby Summerhill's wedding. The narrators each tackle a different point of view in the story. The best gift to the publisher: Hachette Audio has sold more than five million copies of Patterson audiobooks. (Hachette Audio, Oct.)

The Exegesis of Philip K. Dick, edited by Pamela Jackson and Jonathan Lethem. The editors offer an abridgment of what was visionary author Dick's final, epic work was based on his notes, journal entries, letters, and other papers. (Brilliance Audio, Nov.)

11/22/1963 by Stephen King. A man travels back in time to prevent the assassination of John F. Kennedy. (Simon & Schuster Audio, Nov.)

Micro by Michael Crichton and Richard Preston. A group of graduate students is lured to Hawaii to work for a mysterious biotech company in this high-concept thriller, the last work by the late Crichton. (HarperAudio, Nov.)

The Devil's Elixir by Raymond Khoury, read by Richard Ferrone. The discovery of a mysterious elixir among the Huichol tribe in 1800s Mexico sets in motion an action-filled thriller performed by Ferrone, who has recorded more than 150 audiobook titles to date. (Penguin Audio, Dec.)

OTHER NOTABLE FICTION

A Dance with Dragons: A Song of Ice and Fire, Book Five by George R. R. Martin, read by Roy Dotrice (Random House Audio, July); Overbite by Meg Cabot (HarperAudio, download only, July); Split Second by Catherine Coulter, read by Paul Costanzo and Renée Raudman (Brilliance Audio, July); Portrait of a Spy by Daniel Silva, read by Simon Vance (HarperAudio, July); The Most Dangerous Thing by Laura Lippman (HarperAudio, Aug.); Retribution by Sherrilyn Kenyon, read by Holter Graham (Macmillan Audio, Aug.); Warlord Wants Forever by Kresley Cole (Simon & Schuster Audio, Aug.); Dark Predator by Christine Feehan, read by Erik Bergmann and Kristine Ryan. (Penguin Audio, Sept.); The Pub Across the Pond by Mary Carter (Blackstone Audio, Sept.); Heat Rises by Richard Castle (Hyperion Audio, Sept.); Son of Stone by Stuart Woods, read by Tony Roberts (Penguin Audio, Sept.); Miracle Cure by Harlan Coben, read by Scott Brick (Brilliance Audio, Sept.); The Leftovers by Tom Perrotta, read by Dennis Boutsikaris (Macmillan Audio, Sept.); Dovekeepers by Alice Hoffman (Simon & Schuster Audio, Oct.); Everything We Ever Wanted by Sara Shepard (HarperAudio, Oct.); The Cat's Table by Michael Ondaatje (Random House Audio, Oct.); The Snow Angel by Glenn Beck (Simon & Schuster Audio, Oct.); As the Pig Turns: An Agatha Raisin Mystery by M.C. Beaton, read by Penelope Keith (AudioGo, Oct.); The Great Leader by Jim Harrison, read by Ray Porter (Blackstone Audio, Oct.); A Christmas Homecoming by Anne Perry (AudioGo, Oct.); The Night Strangers by Chris Bohjalian (Random House Audio, Oct.); The Outlaw Album by Daniel Woodrell (Hachette Audio, Oct.); V Is for Vengeance by Sue Grafton, read by Judy Kaye (Random House Audio, Nov.); Out of Oz: Volume Four in the Wicked Years by Gregory Maguire (HarperAudio, Nov.); The Drop by Michael Connelly, read by Len Cariou (Hachette Audio, Nov.); The Wettest County in the World by Matt Bondurant, read by Erik Steele (AudioGO, Dec.)

NONFICTION

Sex on the Moon: The Amazing Story Behind the Most Audacious Heist in History by Ben Mezrich, read by Casey Affleck. The strange but true tale of the theft of moon rocks by NASA fellow and potential astronaut Thad Roberts. (Random House Audio, July)

Inside Scientology: The Story of America's Most Secretive Religion by Janet Reitman, read by Stephen Hoye. Reitman had unprecedented access to the church and provides the first full journalistic history of this controversial religion. (Tantor Audio, July)

God, No! Signs You May Already Be an Atheist and Other Magical Tales by Penn Jillette, read by the author. A humorous illumination of the Ten Commandments from the comedian/magician. (Brilliance Audio, Aug.)

In My Time by Dick Cheney. The former vice president shares the story of his life and his nearly 40 year career in American politics. (Simon & Schuster Audio, Aug.)

That Used to Be Us: How America Fell Behind in the World We Invented and How We Can Come Back by Thomas L. Friedman and Michael Mandelbaum, read by Oliver Wyman. Wyman snagged Best Nonfiction Audies for Friedman's previous bestsellers The World Is Flat and Hot, Flat and Crowded. This new look at major challenges facing America includes an introduction recorded by the authors. (Macmillan Audio, Aug.)

My Week with Marilyn by Colin Clark. In 1956 23-year-old Clark was an assistant on the set of The Prince and the Showgirl, where he became an ally and confidante for the film's troubled star, Marilyn Monroe. (Dreamscape Audio, Aug.)

Here Comes Trouble by Michael Moore, read by the author. Described as an antimemoir, this title features 20 far-ranging personal vignettes from the documentary filmmaker's life. Personal photos will be included in a bonus PDF on the audiobook edition. (Hachette Audio, Sept.)

Killing Lincoln: The Shocking Assassination That Changed America Forever by Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard, read by O'Reilly. The cable news anchor debuts on the Macmillan Audio list with his first work of historical nonfiction, a suspenseful narrative of the events surrounding the assassination of the 16th president of the U.S. (Macmillan Audio, Sept.)

What It's Like to Go to War by Karl Marlantes. Former Marine Marlantes's powerful account about the experience of combat and how inadequately we prepare our young men and women for war. The audiobook edition of his bestselling Matterhorn won numerous awards. (Blackstone Audio, Sept.)

Life Itself: A Memoir by Roger Ebert, read by Edward Herrmann. The noted film critic, who has lost his ability to speak since thyroid cancer treatment in 2006, remains a prolific and influential writer. Here he shares the story of his life and career, via the narrator he personally selected. (Hachette Audio, Sept.)

Blood Feud: The Man Who Blew the Whistle on One of the Deadliest Prescription Drugs Ever by Kathleen Sharp. The terrifying vulnerability of millions of patients comes to light in this true story of Big Pharma's power and regulatory weakness, focusing on Procrit, an anti-anemia drug. (Tantor Audio, Sept.)

Love Times Three: Our True Story of a Polygamous Marriage by Joe, Alina, Vicki, and Valerie Darger with Brooke Adams. A memoir from the polygamous family that inspired the clan portrayed on HBO's Big Love. (HarperAudio, download only, Sept.)

The New Kids: Big Dreams, Brave Journeys—Immigrant Teens Coming of Age in the U.S.A. by Brooke Hauser. Inspired by the author's New York Times article on the topic, Hauser writes about a year in the life of students at the International High School in New York City, where no native English-speaking students attend. (Dreamscape Audio, Sept.)

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