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New Releases: June 2023

Looking for your next dark read?

This lists covers all corners of horror, from hardcore horror to books classified in other categories (thriller, fantasy, science fiction) that I think might appeal to horror readers. I've tried to make this list as comprehensive as possible, covering adult novels, non-fiction, YA, middle grade, novellas, poetry, short story collections, anthologies, graphic novels, and more. Each title is organized by publication date with the publisher and category listed. If a Goodreads link is available, that's there too. If not, I've linked the title to the publisher or author site.

As I noted, I want this list to cover everything. And I mean EVERYTHING. That said, the internet is far and wide. I am one human and it's entirely possible I've overlooked a book. If you see that this has happened, feel free to reach out using the contact form and I will add the title to this post.


June New Releases...


The Inconsolables by Michael Wehunt (Bad Hand Books) - short fiction collection


All the Sinners Bleed by S.A. Cosby (Flatiron Books) - novel

Everything the Darkness Eats by Eric LaRocca (CLASH Books) - novel [US PAPERBACK on 6/13/23]

Killingly by Katharine Beutner (Soho Crime) - novel

Maeve Fly by C.J. Leede (Tor Nightfire) - novel

My Murder by Katie Williams (Riverhead Books) - novel

Saint Juniper's Folly by Alex Crespo (Peachtree Teen) - YA novel

The Chaperone by M. Hendrix (Sourcebooks) - YA novel

The Only Safe Place Left is the Dark by Warren Wagner (Ghoulish Books) - novel


Speak of the Devil by Rose Wilding (Minotaur Books) - novel

The Night Mother by John Everson (Flame Tree Press) - novel


Howls From the Wreckage: An Anthology of Disaster Horror edited by Christopher O'Halloran (HOWL Society Press) - anthology


The Patient Routine by Luna Rey Hall (Brigids Gate Press)-novel


Suffer the Darkness by Yolanda Sfetsos (Darklit Press) - novella


A Crooked Mark by Linda Kao (Razorbill) - YA novel

Citadel by C.M. Alongi (Blackstone Publishing) - novel

Don't Forget the Girl by Rebecca McKanna (Sourcebooks) - novel

Les Petites Morts: An Anthology of Dark Fairy Tales and Folklore edited by Evelyn Freeling (Ghost Orchid Press) - anthology

Night's Edge by Liz Kerin (Tor Nightfire) - novel

Nineteen Claws and a Black Bird: Stories by Agustina Bazterrica (Scribner) - short fiction collection

Something is Killing the Children Vol. 6 written by James Tynion IV and illustrated by Werther Dell’Edera (BOOM! Studios) - comic

The Devil's Playground by Craig Russell (Doubleday) - novel

The Only One Left by Riley Sager (Dutton) - novel

The Quiet Tenant by Clémence Michallon (Knopf Publishing Group) - novel

What the Neighbors Saw by Melissa Adelman (Minotaur Books) - novel

Where Echoes Die by Courtney Gould (Wednesday Books) - YA novel

You're Not Supposed to Die Tonight by Kalynn Bayron (Bloomsbury) - YA novel


The Long Shalom by Zachary Rosenberg (Off Limits Press) - novella


Dead Eleven by Jimmy Juliano (Dutton) - novel

Lay Your Body Down by Amy Suiter Clarke (William Morrow) - novel

The Night It Ended by Katie Garner (MIRA) - novel

The Reformatory by Tananarive Due (Gallery/Saga Press) - novel

Those We Drown by Amy Goldsmith (Delacorte Press) - YA novel

Where Ivy Dares to Grow: A Gothic Time Travel Love Story by Marielle Thompson (Kensington Books) - novel


Lonesome Haunts by Samantha Kolesnik (Tales From the Between) - mini short fiction collection

What are you excited to read this month? Share it in the comments.

[Image Credit: graphic by Emily Ruth Verona]

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