Sunday Coffee – Most Anticipated Books

A few days ago, I saw an article on Goodreads about the most anticipated books coming out this spring. I looked it over, and there was literally only two I’d heard of, including one (The Book of Cold Cases) that I’ve already read. So I decided to make my own list. These are the books that I’m most looking forward to releasing over the next few months, in no particular order:

How to Be a Wallflower by Eloisa James – I’m an absolute sucker for James’ romances!

The Hacienda by Isabel Cañas – Other than the fact that this book should be titled La Hacienda, everything about this book sounds delicious!

The Locked Room by Elly Griffiths – I’m not sure if this is book 13 or 14 or what in the Ruth Galloway mysteries, but each one is a joy and I cannot wait to get my hands on this!

The City of Dusk by Tara Sim – Queer adult high fantasy – I have high hopes!

Ordinary Monsters by JM Miro – Victorian London is not my cup of tea, but I’m a sucker for the marketing and this looks like it could be great portentous fun!

The House Across the Lake by Riley Sager – I admit, Sager’s books are a bit hit or miss with me, and this one sounds a lot like Stillhouse Lake, so I hope it ends up good?

The Gifts that Bind Us by Caroline O’Donoghue – Loved the first book, definitely looking forward to this one!

Any other books coming out over the next few months that I should check out?

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