Our Most Anticipated Books of the First Half of 2024

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Katie McLain Horner and Kendra Winchester share the titles that they are most looking forward to in the first half of 2024!

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Our Most Anticipated Crime Fiction Novels of 2024” (Novel Suspects)


One of the Good Guys – Araminta Hall (January 9) 

The Night of the Storm – Nishita Parekh (Jan. 16th)

The Hunter – Tana French (March 5)

Blessed Water – Margot Douaihy (March 12th)

The Woods All Black – Lee Mandelo (March 19th)

The Angel of Indian Lake – Stephen Graham Jones (March 26th)

Butter: A Novel of Food & Murder – Asako Yuzuki, transl. Polly Barton (April 16)

One of Us Knows – Alyssa Cole (April 16)

Supplication – Nour Abi-Nakhoul (May 24th)

Middle of the Night – Riley Sager (June 18)

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