March 2022 Fiction -New Releases

March 22nd, 2022 by cmcneil · No Comments · New Releases

The Myth of Surrender: A Novel

Written by Kelly O’Connor McNees         

Read by Carlotta Brentan             

Written by the acclaimed author of The Lost Summer of Louisa May Alcott and Undiscovered CountryThe Myth of Surrender explores a hidden chapter of American history that still reverberates across the lives of millions of women and their children.

“McNees has written a powerful, cinematic, and very beautiful novel about the miracles and catastrophes of motherhood. The women who inhabit this story are all so gloriously alive! Humane, compelling, sharp, and sensitive, The Myth of Surrender will stay with me for a very long time.” — Amy Dickinson, “Ask Amy” advice columnist, New York Times bestselling author of The Mighty Queens of Freeville

The Heretic        

Written by Liam McIlvanney       

Read by Angus King        

Set in 1976, seven years after the murders recounted in Liam McIlvanney’s breakout novel, The Quaker, this new Glasgow noir novel is a stand-alone mystery featuring serial character, Detective Duncan McCormack.

Praise for Liam McIlvanney

“McIlvanney composes beautiful prose about ugly things.”—The New York Times Book Review

Martians in Maggody    

Written by Joan Hess     

Read by Courtney Patterson       


Police chief Arly Hanks tries to keep her head when the people of Maggody get UFO fever in this uproarious cozy mystery.

“Witty and wonderful.” —Mystery Lovers Newsletter

Danger on the Atlantic  

Written by Erica Ruth Neubauer               

Read by Sarah Zimmerman         


Erica Ruth Neubauer presents Book 3 in the Jane Wunderly Mystery series.

For young American widow Jane Wunderly, there are worse fates than adventuring aboard a transatlantic liner with the only man who could change her mind about romance. Unfortunately, her first-class itinerary has an unexpected—and deadly—addition waiting just below deck . . .

Portrait of an Unknown Lady     

Written by Maria Gainza              

Read by Kyla García        


New York Times Notable author María Gainza, who dazzled critics with Optic Nerve, returns with the captivating story of an auction house employee on the trail of an enigmatic master forger.

“The work of an author in full command of her talents. The result is an exploration of identity and authenticity that asks what it means to be ‘real,’ as the term is applied either to a work of art or to a life . . . Subtle, incandescent, and luminous—a true master’s work.” —Kirkus Starred Review


Written by Lauren Janes, Janci Patterson, Megan Walker               

Read by Eunice Wong  

Cara Witter presents Book 1 in the Five Lands Saga.

Godfire is a phenomenal book. Vivid worldbuilding, believable characters, and sinister magic combine to create a story worthy of the ages.” -Nancy Fulda, author of Dead Men Don’t Cry

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