2021 FINALISTS - AUDIOBOOK: FICTION
See below for the list of 2021 finalists in the AUDIOBOOK: FICTION category, for books with a copyright date of 2020. Register to attend the virtual award ceremony (May 11-14, 2021) to learn which book wins Gold.
A Child Lost: A Henrietta and Inspector Howard Novel
Authors: Michelle Cox, narrated by Jayne Entwistle
Publisher: Michelle Cox Writes
In this fifth book of the series, Henrietta and Clive find themselves involved in two cases: A spiritualist woman operating in an abandoned schoolhouse on the edge of town, and the search for the mother of an immigrant child mistakenly admitted to a notorious Chicago insane asylum after experiencing epileptic fits.
Dead Air: A Novel of Suspense
Authors: Michael Bradley, narrated by Rachel Fulginiti
Publisher: CamCat Books
As anonymous letters threaten to destroy Kaitlyn Ashe's reinvented life as the top-rated radio DJ in Philadelphia, her life spirals toward a reunion in the one place she’d hoped to never visit again: The Shallows. “ . . . an exciting mystery.” —Foreword Reviews
Megge of Bury Down: The Bury Down Chronicles, Book One
Authors: Rebecca Kightlinger, narrated by Jan Cramer
Publisher: Rowan Moon
In medieval Cornwall, young Megge has come of age to be apprenticed to the healer of Bury Down. But first, she must summon the courage to accept and vow to protect The Book of Seasons, which holds life-sustaining power harnessed centuries earlier by Murga, the first seer of Bury Down.
2020 WINNERS - AUDIOBOOK: FICTION
See below for the list of 2020 winners in the AUDIOBOOK: FICTION category, for books with a copyright date of 2019.
The Dare: Friends, Family, and Other Eerie Mysteries
2020 Gold Winner
Author: Cynthea Liu
Publisher: Pivotal Publishing
Paris Pan moves to a small town where she has a shot at making friends. But that friendship comes at a price. She must take the Dare.
Guesthouse for Ganesha: A Novel
2020 Silver Winner
Author: Judith Teitelman
Publisher: She Writes Press
Left at the altar, spurned—what does that do to a young woman’s heart? And why would a Hindu God care?
A Vial Upon the Sun
2020 Silver Winner
Authors: James Codlin and Craig Codlin
Publisher: James Codlin and Craig Codlin
Thom Rivera narrates a political thriller in which the Spanish Inquisition rises from the ashes to terrorize the modern world.
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