HighBridge Audio

Skip to Main Content »

Category Navigation:

Search Site
 

Literary Fiction

A endless supply of literary fiction for your ears!

Page:
  1. Previous
  2. 1
  3. 2
  4. 3
  5. 4
  6. Next
Show per page
View as: Grid  List  Sort by Set Descending Direction
Adrianne Geffel

by David Hajdu; read by Hillary Huber

A poignant and hilarious oral history of a (fictitious) musical phenomenon. Learn More
Cardiff, by the Sea

by Joyce Carol Oates; read by Lauren Ezzo

Four brand-new novellas by the #1 New York Times bestselling, National Book Award–winning "grand mistress of ghoulishness" (Publishers Weekly). Learn More
The Lake Wobegon Virus

by Garrison Keillor; read by Garrison Keillor; instrumental soloist Richard Dworsky - piano

Bestselling author and humorist Garrison Keillor returns to one of America's most beloved mythical towns, beset by a contagion of alarming candor. Learn More
The Taste of Sugar

by Marisel Vera; read by Kyla Garcia

Marisel Vera emerges as a major voice of contemporary fiction with a heart-wrenching novel set in Puerto Rico on the eve of the Spanish-American War. Learn More
Oslo, Maine

by Marcia Butler; read by Charlie Thurston

Oslo, Maine inspects the strengths and limitations of seven average yet extraordinary people as they reckon with their considerable collective failure around a twelve-year-old boy's accident. Learn More
Ruthie Fear

by Maxim Loskutoff; read by Corey M. Snow

In this haunting parable of the American West, a young woman faces the violent past of her remote Montana valley. Learn More
I WAS HERE

by Rachel Kadish; read by Siiri Scott

In a working-class Irish Catholic town, the abuse of a young girl is hushed up by a community more interested in civility than justice. Now, almost two decades later, sweet, damaged Charlotte starts receiving obscene text messages from someone who insists he knows her secret, and ten seemingly unconnected lives are pulled into an intricate and dangerous swerve toward tragedy. Learn More
Sergeant Salinger

by Jerome Charyn; read by David Colacci

Grounded in biographical fact and reimagined as only Jerome Charyn could, Sergeant Salinger is an astonishing portrait of a devastated young man on his way to becoming the mythical figure behind a novel that has marked generations. Learn More
Shine Until Tomorrow

by Carla Malden; read by Jane Oppenheimer

A fun and touching novel about the people who raise us, the times that define us, and the stumbling blocks on our way to being a grown-up, Shine Until Tomorrow tells the story of a girl obsessed with the future who must visit the past to learn to live in the present. Learn More
The Tradition

by Jericho Brown; read by Jericho Brown


Pulitzer Prize Winner

Winner of the 2020 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry: Jericho Brown's daring book The Tradition details the normalization of evil and its history at the intersection of the past and the personal. Learn More
The New Testament

by Jericho Brown; read by Jericho Brown

In the world of Jericho Brown's second book, disease runs through the body, violence runs through the neighborhood, memories run through the mind, trauma runs through generations. Almost eerily quiet in even the bluntest of poems, Brown gives us the ache of a throat that has yet to say the hardest thing—and the truth is coming on fast. Learn More
The Sculptress

by V.S Alexander; read by Sarah Mollo-Christensen

From acclaimed author V. S. Alexander comes an absorbing, immersive novel set during World War I, as a talented and ambitious artist finds an unusual calling. Learn More
Hunting the Hangman

by Howard Linskey; read by Shaun Grindell

Inspired by the real-life Operation Anthropoid, the 1942 mission undertaken to assassinate Hitler's successor, the notorious Nazi general Reinhard Heydrich, Hunting the Hangman is a captivatingly sharp historical thriller that brings to life one of the single most dramatic events of the Second World War. Learn More
The Uncollected Stories of Allan Gurganus

by Allan Gurganus; read by A.T. Chandler, Xe Sands

One of "the best writers of our time" (Ann Patchett) offers a hilarious yet haunting cycle of stories. Learn More
Milk Blood Heat

by Dantiel W. Moniz; read by Machelle Williams


Kirkus Best Fiction Book of 2021
Most Anticipated book for 2021 by O Magazine
An Amazon Best Book of the Month
One of Entertainment Weekly’s “Best Books of February 2021”
Electric Lit’s Favorite Short Story

A livewire debut from Dantiel W. Moniz, one of the most exciting discoveries in today's literary landscape, Milk Blood Heat depicts the sultry lives of Floridians in intergenerational tales that contemplate human connection, race, womanhood, inheritance, and the elemental darkness in us all. Learn More
When the Apricots Bloom

by Gina Wilkinson; read by Raghad Chaar


A Publishers Marketplace Buzz Books Selection

Inspired by her own experiences stationed in Baghdad during Saddam Hussein's rule, former foreign correspondent Gina Wilkinson's evocative, suspenseful debut is told through the eyes of three very different women in Iraq at the turn of the millennium. Learn More
Friends & Dark Shapes

by Kavita Bedford; read by Cat Gould

NEW! Now Available

A group of housemates in Sydney’s inner city contend with gentrification, divisive politics, loss, grief, their own complicated privilege as second-generation Australians, the evolving world of dating and work in this wry debut. Learn More
One Simple Thing

by Warren Read; read by Joel Richards

A must-listen crime thriller from the author of The Lyncher in Me. Learn More
The Impudent Ones

by Marguerite Duras, Translated by Kelsey L. Haskett, Preface by Jean Vallier; read by Suzanne Toren

Now available in audio: the story of a family's moral reckoning and a daughter's fall from grace, from the renowned author of The Lover and The War. Learn More
A Peculiar Kind of Immigrant's Son

by Sergio Troncoso; read by Timothy Andres Pabon


Named a Most Anticipated Book by Kirkus Reviews and The Millions

With echoes of Dreiser's American Tragedy and Fitzgerald's Gatsby, Sergio Troncoso tells his luminous stories through the lens of an exile adrift in the twenty-first century. Learn More
Page:
  1. Previous
  2. 1
  3. 2
  4. 3
  5. 4
  6. Next
Show per page
View as: Grid  List  Sort by Set Descending Direction
Back to top