February 2022 Fiction-New Releases

February 25th, 2022 by cmcneil · No Comments · New Releases

Seasons of Purgatory     

Written by Shahriar Mandanipour           

Read Fajer by Al-Kaisi  

The first English-language story collection from “one of Iran’s most important living fiction writers” (Guardian).

“A stunning collection of stories about Iran’s traditions, its violent recent history, and how the memory of both influences daily life.” —Foreword Reviews Starred Review

A Spy’s Life         

Written by Henry Porter               

Read by Matthew Lloyd Davies

In the first installment of the Robert Harland series, an ex-British spy finds himself dragged back into the world of espionage after a mysterious plane crash.

“A spy yarn full of suspense, action, unexpected plot twists, and the fascinating detail of covert spy operations where everyone is a liar, even the good guys. Porter has the deft touch of a spy handler, manipulating the plot with skill and never letting up on the risk, tension and uncertainty.”—Publishers Weekly

From Earth-Z With Love

Written by Michael Anderle &  Ramy Vance        

Read by Gabriel Vaughan 

Ramy Vance and Michael Anderle present Book 4 in the Die Again to Save the World series.

A Counterfeit Suitor       

Written by Darcie Wilde               

Read by Pearl Hewitt

Darcie Wilde presents Book 5 in the Rosalind Thorne Mystery series.

 “A complex, enthralling mystery that rivals those of Anne Perry and Agatha Christie.” —New York Journal of Books

Tour de Force   

Written by Christianna Brand     

Read by Derek Perkins 

In Book 6 of the Inspector Cockrill Mysteries, the Inspector’s dull vacation is jolted by a Mediterranean murder.

O Little Town of Maggody           

Written by Joan Hess     

Read by Courtney Patterson 

Country music, greed, and the unique madness of Maggody, Arkansas, collide in this delightful cozy mystery starring unflappable police chief Arly Hanks.

The Convivial Codfish    

Written by Charlotte MacLeod 

Read by Susan Boyce 

Christmas crimes hit close to home for Boston’s favorite art sleuths, in Book 5 of the Sarah Kelling and Max Bittersohn Mysteries.

The Lady in the Silver Cloud        

Written by David Handler            

Read by Kevin Rineer  

Ghostwriting sleuth Stewart Hoag investigates the murder of his wealthy neighbor—and discovers her dark, mobbed-up past.

“Adultery, blackmail, trick-or-treaters, unseemly ties to organized crime, and New York in the 1990s. What’s not to like?” ― Kirkus Reviews

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