Some of my most anticipated books of 2019

At the end of last year, I mentioned doing a post focusing on some of my most anticipated releases for the new year. Since then, it seems everyone and their dog has done a post like that so obviously my idea wasn’t as original as I thought it was. Anyway, I decided to share this list regardless and hopefully you’ll find something that will pique your interest.

Listed by publication date for digital and hardcover copies.


Steve Cavanagh – Twisted
Matt Wesolowski – Changeling
Will Dean – Red Snow
Steph Broadribb – Deep Dirty Truth
Diane Setterfield – Once Upon A River


Angela Marsons – Dead Memories
Jo Spain – Dirty Little Secrets
Stacey Halls – The Familiars
Louise Beech – Call Me Star Girl
C.J. Tudor – The Taking of Annie Thorne
Alex Michaelides – The Silent Patient


Gillian McAllister – The Evidence Against You

| MAY |

Stuart MacBride – All That’s Dead
Alison Weir – Anna of Kleve : Queen of Secrets
Sarah Hilary – Never Be Broken
Melanie Golding – Little Darlings

| JUNE |

Karin Slaughter – The Last Widow
Alex North – The Whisper Man

| JULY |

Riley Sager – Lock Every Door


Sharon Bolton – The Poisoner

This is a weird one but I’ve included it anyway. I could have sworn the original publication date was May but Amazon now lists it as December 2020, which quite frankly I refuse to believe because I WANT IT NOW!

Honourable mention to Johana Gustawsson and the third book in the Roy & Castells series.

I have a feeling it’s going to be a great bookish year once again! Which book(s) are you looking forward to the most? Do let me know and I hope you’ve found something in this list that caught your eye. Happy reading! xx

77 thoughts on “Some of my most anticipated books of 2019

  1. Brilliant list, some fabulous books in 2019!
    I think we both know I’m looking forward to The Taking of Annie Thorne especially the audiobook πŸ˜‰ x

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  2. Lots to look forward to! I especially look forward to Lock Every Door and the third book in the Roy & Castells series! From my own list I look foward to discovering the new book by Chris McGeorge. I really liked Guess Who and I want to discover if his sequel is just as great as his debut. Fingers crossed.

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  3. I’m looking forward to The Silent Patient as well! I have an ARC which I hope to get to soon! Fingers crossed. I hope these books live up to your expectations!

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  4. There are several books on this list that I can’t wait to read, either! I love Gillian McAllister’s books, and also I have recently been introduced to Louise Beech’s work and she writes beautifully. Happy reading!

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  5. Awesome list, Eva πŸ“š I spotted the Sharon Bolton date the other day, if it has been pushed back for definite I’ll be distraught 😭 Red Snow, Twisted, Little Darlings, The Whisper Man, Dirty Little Secrets I’m all excited for! Happy reading!

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  6. Thanks for sharing this list. I love the format of the post. I can’t wait to read The Silent Patient. I have also heard so much about Tudor’s books but planning to begin with Chalk Man. I hope that you will enjoy all these titles. Happy 2019 x

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  7. Lots on there for me…definitely the new Steve Cavanagh, I have Once Upon a River waiting to be read and several more begging to be added to the reading mountain πŸ˜‚

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  8. Great list of books there, 2019 is showing good potential for a wonderful year of reading. I’m looking forward to Steve Cavanagh’s Twisted, the new Sophie Kinsella one and the new Sharon Bolton one. Plus of course I have my huge backlist of tbr’s, which now includes books 1, 2 and 3 of the Kay Hunter mysteries!
    Amanda x

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  9. So many great books!! Just added so many more to my list πŸ˜‰
    2019 looks like a great year for books!

    I think I said it already but just in case… Happy New Year, lovely lady! I hope 2019 is a super awesome year for you and yours ❀ xo

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