It's that time of year again ...
The Fellowship of Puzzle Makers by Samuel Burr / Anna O by Matthew Blake / The Switch by Lily Samson / Day One by Abigail Dean / Mr's Quinn's Rise to Fame by Olivia Ford / Seven Days by Robert Rutherford / Empire Book 2 [Title TBC] Michael Ball
Piglet by Lottie Hazell / When We Were Silent by Fiona McPhillips / Roar by Cecelia Ahern / The Story Collector by Iris Costello / The Best Way to Bury Your Husband by Alexia Casale / The Traitor's Wife by Sarah Steele / The Things We Do to Our Friends by Heather Darwent
Truth Truth Lie by Clare McGowan / Diva by Daisy Godwin / The Actor by Chris MacDonald / Plot Twist by Breea Keenan / The Haven by Fiona Neill / The Women by Kristin Hannah / The Fury by Alex Michaelides
Everyone Who Can Forgive Me Is Dead by Jenny Hollander / Five Bad Deeds by Caz Frear / The Baker's Secret by Lelita Baldcock / A Lesson In Cruelty by Harriet Tyce / Goodbye Birdie Greenwig by Erika Waller / Clickbait by L.C. North / The Secret Pianist by Andie Newton
End of Story by A.J. Finn / Nosy Neighbours by Freya Sampson / The Hunter by Tana French / Unsinkable by Jenni L. Walsh / Night Watching by Tracy Sierra / A Stranger In The Family by Jane Casey / The Safe Keep by Yael Van Der Wouden
Girl Friends by Alex Dahl / The Underground Library by Jennifer Ryan / Five Nights by Rachel Wolf / One Love by Matt Cain / The Young Widows by S.J. Short / The Scandalous Life of Ruby Deveraux by M.J. Robotham / Where They Lie by Claire Coughlan
This is by no means a definitive list and I am also looking forward to discovering many more wonderful books from both new and established authors during 2024.