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Indie Next List - January 2024

The Furry: A Novel
by Alex Michadelides (Celadon Books)


The Storm: We Made: A Novel
by Vanessa Chan (Marysue Rucci Books)


Poor Deer: A Novel
by Claire Oshetsky (Ecco)


Mercury: A Novel
by Any Jo Burns (Caledon Books)


The Fetishist: A Novel
by Katherine Min (G.P. Putnam Sons)


The Heiress: A Novel
by Rachel Hawkins (St. Martin’s Press)


You Only Call When You’re in Trouble: A Novel
by Stephen McCauley (Henry Holt and Co.)


Midnight Ruin (Dark Olympus)
by Katee Robert (Sourcebooks Casablanca)


Only if You’re Lucky: A Novel
by Stacy Willingham (Minotaur Books)


The Time I Got Drunk and Saved a Demon
by Kimberly Lemming (Orbit)


Sugar Baby: Novel
by Celine Saintclare (Bloomsbury Publishing)


The Tusks of Extinction
by Ray Nayler (Tordotcom)


Mislaid in Parts Half-Known
by Seanan McGuire (Tordotcom)


Don’t Want You Like a Best Friend: A Novel
by Emma R. Alban (Avon)


Nonfiction: A Novel
by Julie Myerson (Tin House Books)


Holiday Country: A Novel
by Inci Atrek (Flatiron Books)


The Djinn Waits a Hundred Years: A Novel
by Shubnum Khan (Viking)


Where You End: A Novel
by Ashley Elston (Henry Holt and Co.)


Rabbit Hole
by Kate Brody)Soho Crime)


First Lie Wins: A Novel
by Ashley Elston (Pamela Dorman Books)


Anna O: A Novel
by Matthew Blake (Harper)


This Wretched Valley
by Jenny Kiefer (Quirk Books)


The Age of Deer: Trouble and Kinship with our Wild Neighbors
by Erika Howsare (Catapult)


Familia: A Novel
by Lauren E. Rico (Kensington)


My Friends: A Novel
by Hisham Matar (Random House)


Ten North Frederick - John O'Hara (Penquin)

A classic and National Book award winner, a brilliant portrait of mid-century America and its political and social ambitions.


The Berry Pickers - Amanda Peters (Cataput)

This novel tells the story of a man running from his past and a woman trying to make sense of hers; as their stories unfold, we see just how strong familial love can be and the unintended trauma that can come with it.


Magic for Liars - Sarah Gailey (Tor Books)

A private investigator is hired by a magical boarding school to figure out the strange circumstances surrounding the death of a student and soon finds herself caught up in her own lies; the classic detective noir with a magical twist.


The Garden of Evening Mists - Tan Ewan Eng (Hachette)

his novel of an unexpected relationship between a war-scarred Malaysian woman and an exiled Japanese gardener is set in post-World War II Malaysia; a deceptively quiet novel that packs quite a punch with exceptional writing. * Starred Kirkus review.


George VI and Elizabeth = Sally Bedell Smith (Random House)

A well-researched and written book that tells the intimate story of the marriage of Britain's King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, the Queen "Mum"; the author was granted access to their letters and diaries enabling her to share details of their loving and devoted marriage and how they met the challenges of the Abdication and World War II while training their eldest daughter to be a very successful monarch.



Frenchman's Creek - Daphne DuMaurier (Sourcebooks)

From the author of "Rebecca" (so you know the novel will be "atmospheric"), the story of a young British woman escaping the narrow confines of London society at a family country home; romance, danger, and adventure await as she glories in her countryside freedom and "put-of-the-box" adventures.