Get ready to gasp in surprise, laugh out loud and even shed a tear. Did we mention you’ll be up all night reading? Here are the blockbuster books to come in 2019 from all your tried-and-trusted authors.
Ex-cop Ted Conkaffey is slowly rebuilding his life in Crimson Lake, and getting to know his three-year-old daughter, Lillian. But when he and his PI partner Amanda take on the case of a boy who seems to have literally disappeared into thin air, his job once again threatens everything . . .
An indispensable reference guide to the heart by Australia's favourite relationship advisor Zoe Foster Blake.
Number One bestselling author Sophie Kinsella's irresistible new standalone: a story of love, empowerment and an IOU that changes everything . . .
Detective Lindsay Boxer fights to protect the streets of San Francisco from an international war criminal in the latest Women's Murder Club thriller
Monsarrat and Mrs Mulrooney are sent to Sydney to investigate corruption that may go right to the top – to the office of the governor - and threaten the colony's fundamental rights to freedom of speech.
Nicole Alexander’s ninth novel is a sweeping rural historical novel, set in South Australia and the Northern Territory.
The brilliant new thriller from the international bestselling author described by Dan Brown as 'the modern master of the hook and twist'.
From the bestselling author of Looking for Alibrandi comes this perfectly crafted novel about families, relationships and the true nature of belonging.
Our foremost storyteller returns with an audacious new novel, Machines Like Me.
KNIFE is the brand new Harry Hole thriller from Jo Nesbo where Harry will come face to face with a deadly foe
Unmissable third instalment in the bestselling, critically adored, dazzling inventive novel cycle, the Seasonal Quartet.
A radical love story for right now, from 'one of the most gifted writers working today' (New York Times)
A BRILLIANT NEW LITERARY CRIME NOVEL FROM NUMBER ONE BESTSELLER KATE ATKINSON
In this electrifying sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale, Margaret Atwood answers the question that has tantalised readers for decades: What happened to Offred?
Eagerly awaited, must-read new science book from the UK's bestselling non-fiction writer. Bryson is the prize-winning author of A Short History of Nearly Everything and The Road to Little Dribbling
Books for the independent masters of self-control born 22 December – 19 January.
Books for the open-minded, philosophical enthusiasts born 22 November – 21 December.
Books for the assertive, resourceful decision-makers born 23 October – 21 November.