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Must Read Books for February 2024

From romance and historical fiction to crime and supernatural thrillers, check out our selection of the Must Read Books for February 2024.

Must Read Books for February 2024

The Paleontologist

Luke Dumas

A haunted paleontologist returns to the museum where his sister was abducted years earlier and is faced with a terrifying and murderous spirit in this chilling novel from the author of A History of Fear—perfect for fans of Simone St. James and Katy Hays. An atmospheric mystery from Luke Dumas, The Paleontologist is a ghost story unlike any other hat will haunt you long after you turn the final page.

Notes on a Murder

B P Walter

It started with an invitation to dinner. An evening of good food and good company at a luxury villa. But as the night progresses, the party takes a dark turn. The host makes you an offer, a party favour he calls it: another guest has committed a heinous crime, you can end their life, stop their terror. He tells you there will be no consequences; do you believe him? Your decision will change your life. Choose carefully. You’ve read The Talented Mr Ripley, you’ve devoured American Psycho, get ready for your next dark obsession! The unrelenting new thriller from Sunday Times bestseller B P Walter is available now.


Lisa Scottoline

A cast of unforgettable characters collides in this epic tale of good versus evil, as Loyalty twists and turns to its monumental showdown. Readers will be transported to the dramatic and ruggedly beautiful island of Sicily, the jewel of the Mediterranean, where lush lemon groves and mouth-watering cuisine contrast with a turbulent history of colonization and corruption. Scottoline brings her decades of thriller writing to historical fiction, creating in Loyalty a singular novel that no reader will be able to put down.

Thank You For Sharing

Rachel Runya Katz

Daniel Rosenberg and Liyah Cohen-Jackson’s last conversation fourteen years ago at summer camp—ended their friendship. Until they find themselves seated next to each other on a plane, and bitterly pick up right where they left off. At least they can go their separate ways again after landing…That is, until Daniel’s marketing firm gets hired by the Chicago museum where Liyah works as a curator, and they’re forced to collaborate with potential career changing promotions on the line. With every meeting, the tension (andchemistry) between Daniel and Liyah builds until they’re forced to confront why they broke apart years ago at camp. But as they find comfort in their shared experiences as Jews of color and fumble towards friendship, can they ignore their growing feelings for each other?

The Mysterious Double Death of Honey Black

Lisa Hall

It is 2019 and Lily Jones is living her dream in LA. Sort of. It hasn’t quite turned out as she planned and instead of working as a movie producer, she is cleaning the Beverly Hills Hotel. At least she gets to work in the renowned Paul Williams suite, site of the murder of Honey Black 70 years ago, shrouded in rumour and dark glamour. After an accidental bump to the head, Lily finds herself in Hollywood, 1949. Like a dream come true, she is rubbing shoulders with the great and good of Tinseltown. Including Honey Black… Horrified, Lily realises that the actress has only two weeks left to live before she will be murdered. Could this be why she has found herself in 1949? To find the killer and stop them in their tracks?

Gorgeous Gruesome Faces

Linda Cheng

Squid Game meets Wilder Girls in this debut sapphic supernatural thriller set in the glittering, cut-throat world of K-pop rivalry. A disgraced idol comes face to-face with the demons of her past when she enters a competition that turns out to be a deadly trap.

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