Sneak Peek: January 2023 Indie Next List

sneak peak january 2023 indie next list

The January 2023 Indie Next List includes FOUR Macmillan titles!

ALL THE DANGEROUS THINGS by Stacy Willingham
9781250803856 | 1/10/23

“True crime’s trending appeal and Willingham’s mastery of the domestic mystery (A FLICKER IN THE DARK, 2022) promise popularity for this one: fans of Lisa Gardner’s Frankie Elkin series will be drawn to the risky amateur-detective elements, and those who crave resolution will appreciate that Willingham tucks the story’s ends in tight.”–Booklist, starred review

HELL BENT by Leigh Bardugo
9781250313102 | 1/10/23

“The taut plot, often grisly magic, lavish scene-setting, and wry humor combine to make this just as un-put-downable as the first installment. Readers will be wowed.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review

“This portrait of a survivor’s dogged determination to accomplish her goal will appeal to readers of dark academia, urban fantasy, and horror.”–Booklist, starred review

“Fans of the series will be thrilled to reenter the world of Lethe house, and the current popularity of dark academia will send it to the top of TBR piles.”–Library Journal, starred review

“Well-drawn characters introduce the criminal underworld to the occult kind in a breathless and compelling plot.”–Kirkus Reviews, starred review

THE VILLA by Rachel Hawkins
9781250280015 | 1/3/23

“Hawkins manages to achieve the seemingly impossible: A Frankenstein-inspired novel that feels both fresh and unique.”–Kirkus Reviews, starred review

LOST IN THE MOMENT AND FOUND by Seanan McGuire
9781250213631 | 1/10/23

“The eighth book (after WHERE THE DROWNED GIRLS GO) of McGuire’s ‘Wayward Children’ series is a haunting adventure about the loss of childhood innocence and ultimately, about finding strength and belonging.”–Library Journal, starred review

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