Books Released in March 2024

Published:February 28, 2024

With autumn rolling in, it’s the perfect excuse to curl up with some fresh-off-the-press Aussie novels. This season’s lineup is looking especially good, with everything from edge-of-your-seat mysteries to heartwarming tales of love and resilience. And let’s be real, there’s no better way to spend those longer evenings than getting lost in a good story.

Whether you’re in the mood for a laugh, a cry, or a bit of both, these new releases have got you covered. So, grab a cuppa, find your comfiest spot, and get ready to meet your next favourite book.

Released March 6, 2024

The Mystery Writer

Sulari Gentill

She needs to write the ending … before she meets hers.

Released March 6, 2024

Maya’s Dance

Helen Signy

A powerful novel of survival, resilience and enduring love, based on an incredible true Holocaust story.

Released March 12, 2024

Go Lightly

Brydie Lee-Kennedy

A funny and tender twenty-first century story of family, friendship, love â” and how getting it wrong is sometimes the only way to get it right.

Released March 26, 2024

The Bookbinder of Jericho

Pip Williams

What is lost when knowledge is withheld?

Released March 27, 2024

The Glass House

Graeme Simsion

A compelling, addictive novel for readers of Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine told with heart, humour and insight by Anne Buist and The Rosie Project‘s Graeme Simsion

And that’s not all – there are heaps more gems out there waiting to be discovered this season. Each one’s got its own flavour, ready to take you on a journey from the comfort of your sofa.

We’re all about finding that perfect read that keeps you up way past your bedtime. So, go on, dive into these stories and let them whisk you away.

Here’s to finding that perfect autumn read that feels just right. Happy exploring!

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