This year we have seen many fabulous novels. The year 2021 is about to end soon but before that let’s have a look at audiobooks of 2021 that are full of suspense and mystery to get you through the chilly and days of snow.
Audiobooks of 2021 that are Full of Suspense and Mystery:
Blood Grove – Walter Mosley, read by Michael Boatman
1969 – flames and smokes are present in the air. Easy Rawlins, the Black private agent whose little agency eventually has its office, gets a visit from a young Vietnam veteran. He visits Easy with a story – he and his lover were attacked at the outskirt of the city. He has perhaps killed a man, and the lady and his dog are nowhere to be found. Easy accepts the case realizing that war has affected the young vet’s mind. On the other hand, Feather, Easy’s adopted daughter’s white uncle shows up without any invitation but with a lot of uncomfortable questions. Feather observes a family get-together but Easy expects something that might break his heart.
Velvet was the Night – Silvia Moreno-Garcia, Read by Gisela Chip
Mexico City, the 1970s – Maite is a secretary, who exists for the recent issue of Secret Romance – and while students are standing against it and political conflict eats the city, Maite finds his sweet escape in tales of danger and passion. She envies Leonora, her neighborhood, an art student who is living her life of plot and romance. But Leonora disappears under doubtful conditions; Maite tries to search for her delving deeper into the covert life of the art student.
At the same time someone else is also searching for Leonora – an indistinct figure who orders attackers devoted to squashing political activists. Elvis – an unconventional criminal who longs to get away from his own life. He detests bloodshed and loves cinema and rock and roll. But Elvis grows fond of Maite by observing her from a distance as he feels he shares an unspoken solitude of his heart. As they become close both of them got closer to the truth behind Leonora’s abrupt disappearance and now their life is in danger as it involves, hitmen, government agents, and more.
The Maidens – Alex Michaelides, Read by Louise Brealey and Kobna
Edward Fosca is a killer but it is not easy to get hold of Fosca. Fosca is a handsome man and by profession, he is a professor of Greek tragedy at Cambridge. He is loved by all his students and staff – particularly by Maidens, an undisclosed society of a few female students. Mariana is a therapist who got stuck with the Maidens when Zoe, Mariana’s niece is found dead in the university. Mariana was a student of the same university and quickly suspects by the way of murder that something sinister is certainly going on in the university. She becomes convinced that the professor of Greek tragedy is guilty of this incident. But why a student – that was her question and concern. After another dead body is found Mariana could not sit still and she has to stop this killer even if it costs her own life.
The Night Gate – Peter May, Read by Peter Forbes
A man was shot through the head and his body is disinterred by the ground of a fallen tree – a renowned art columnist is brutally murdered in a nearby house. Both of these incidents happened more than 70 years apart. Enzo Macleod rapidly finds himself entangled in the investigation. Two narratives are set on a train – one, unfolding against a backdrop of original events in the 1940s, Occupied France, and the other, set in France during autumn of the pandemic lockdown of 2020. Enzo’s investigation disclosed an unexpected connection between the two incidents – the Mona Lisa. How is he going to reach the bottom of the case?
Ocean Prey – John Sandford, Read by Richard Ferrone
An off-duty coast guardsman is engaged in fishing with his family when he sees suspicious behavior in a nearby boat. None of the acts makes any sense and he expects something bad is about to happen, he was proven right when the three guardsmen were found dead. The case is investigated by the FBI, how and what are they going to find out?
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