April 2022 Fiction-New Releases

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

Walk the Blue Fields: Stories      

Written by Claire Keegan 

Read by Aidan Kelly, Aoife McMahon, Aidan Quinn  

“Seven perfect short stories” from the award-winning author of Antarctica—”a writer who is instinctively cherished and praised” (The Guardian, UK).

Captain Grey’s Gambit  

Written by J. H. Gelernter           

Read by John Lee  

A taut historical thriller for fans of The Queen’s Gambit and James Bond.

A Light Beyond the Trenches: An Unforgettable Novel of World War 1     

Written by Alan Hlad     

Read by Peter Noble  

From the USA Today bestselling author of The Long Flight Home, a WWI novel both tender and exciting, as a German Red Cross nurse joins the world’s first guide dog training school for the blind and begins a quest to show a Jewish pianist who was blinded on the battlefield that life is worth living.


Written by Lan Samantha Chang               

Read by Eunice Wong  

Spanning seven decades and set in China and America against a backdrop of political chaos and social upheaval, this arresting debut novel tells a timeless story of familial devotion undermined by deceit and passion and rebuilt by memory.

“Readers who enjoy the works of strong women writers like Amy Tan, Gail Tsukiyama, and Hong Ying will relish this.” — Library Journal


Written by Chelsea Bieker           

Read by Emily Durante  

From the acclaimed author of Godshot and “a pitch-perfect ventriloquist of extraordinary talent and ferocity” (T Kira Madden) comes a defining book of Californian stories where everyone is seeking or sabotaging love.

“[An] exemplary first collection . . . A powerful collection; highly recommended.” —Library Journal Starred Review


Written by Peter Rock   

Read by Eric Jason Martin

A father and his estranged daughter reconnect to try to understand a decades-old trauma in this haunting novel, part ghost story, part lyrical exploration of family, aging, and how we remember the past.

“A captivating page-turner . . . Its best elements, like its supernatural overtures, are reminiscent of Stephen King’s The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon (1999).” —Kirkus Reviews

Miracles in Maggody     

Written by Joan Hess     

Read by Courtney Patterson  

Another outrageous Maggody mystery, starring police chief Arly Hanks alongside a smooth-talking televangelist and a whole town full of sinners.

The Maiden of All Our Desires   

Written by Peter Manseau          

Read by Anne Flosnik

For fans of Lauren Groff, Maggie O’Farrell, and Emma Donoghue, a devastating novel of love, intrigue, and community in a time of sickness that remade the world.

Evoking both Umberto Eco and Lauren Groff, The Maiden of All Our Desires unfolds in a single day at a convent during the 14th-century Black Death, in which issues of belief and heresy are engaged, and the individual must face the enormity of history.”—The Millions, “Most Anticipated: The Great First-Half of 2022 Book Preview”

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