Another year, another onslaught of new releases! I told myself I’d read more of my owned TBR in 2023, but I already have four of these titles on pre-order (Hell Bent, Lost in the Moment and Found, A Gift of Poison, and Godkiller). There’s no hope for me.

Dates mostly refer to UK print editions, and so books may already be out in different formats or territories. Links go to Goodreads and * indicates I’ve received a review copy from the publisher.


The Stolen Heir by Holly Black (Hot Key Books)

Highly Suspicious and Unfairly Cute by Talia Hibbert (Piatkus)


The Witches of Vardรธ by Anya Bergman (Manilla Press)

This Book Kills by Ravena Guron (Usborne)

Influential by Amara Sage (Faber)

The Mystery of Four by Sam Blake (Corvus)

A Million to One by Adiba Jaigirdar (Hodder)

Sensational: A New Story of our Senses by Ashley Ward (Profile Books)

Never Ever Getting Back Together by Sophie Gonzales (Hodder)


Hell Bent by Leigh Bardugo (Gollancz)

Lost in the Moment and Found by Seanan McGuire (e) (Tor)

Such a Pretty Smile by Kristi DeMeester (Titan)


The Daughters of Izdihar by Hadeer Elsbai (Orbit)*

A Gift of Poison by Bella Ellis (e) (Hodder & Stoughton)

The Things We Do To Our Friends by Heather Darwent (Viking)

Now She is Witch by Kirsty Logan (Harvill Secker)

The Things That We Lost by Jyoti Patel (Merky Books)

A Mountain to the North, A Lake to The South, Paths to the West, A River to the East by Laszlo Krasznahorkai (Tuskar Rock)


How to Sell a Haunted House by Grady Hendrix (Titan)


Emily Wilde’s Encyclopaedia of Faeries by Heather Fawcett (Orbit)*

Godkiller by Hannah Kaner (HarperVoyager)

Ashes and Stones: A Scottish Journey in Search of Witches and Witness by Allyson Shaw (Sceptre)

In The Blink of An Eye by Jo Callaghan (Simon & Schuster)

A Dark Inheritance by H. F. Askwith (Penguin)

Begin Again by Emma Lord (Macmillan)

Needless Alley by Natalie Marlow (Baskerville)

The Mysterious Case of the Alperton Angels by Janice Hallett (Viper)

The Drift by C. J. Tudor (Michael Joseph)

Cold People by Tom Rob Smith (Simon & Schuster)


Vampire Weekend by Mike Chen (Mira Books)