New books! Fiction to look out for this summer

The cat's table, by Michael OndaatjeAugust is looking pretty busy for new fiction on our shelves. Here’s a few highlights:

Look out for The Cat’s Table by Michael Ondaatje, The Blue Book by A. L. Kennedy and The Sense Of An Ending by Julian Barnes.
There’s also another Alexander Mccall Smith coming out: Bertie Sings The Blues.

Now you see her, by James PattersonYou might enjoy The Translation of The Bones by Francesca Kay, Now You See Her by James Patterson, Before The Poison by Peter Robinson and Running Scared by Lisa Jackson.

There’s also Daniel Silva’s Portrait Of A Spy, Sean Black’s GridlockCarver from Tom Cain, King’s Man from Angus Donald, Dead Men’s Harvest by Matt Hilton and Sebastian Barry’s On Canaan’s Side.

The Cut, by George P. PelecanosDeep breath, pop-pickers…

Crime fans can expect to see a bumper crop of titles in August, including the new Ruth Rendell, The Vault, No Mark Upon Her by Deborah Crombie, Mystery In The Minster by Susanna Gregory and Mark Billingham’s Good As Dead.

The Calling, by Neil CrossOh, you lucky George P. Pelecanos fans, The Cut is out this August. So, too, is Picture Her Dead by Lin Anderson, The Night Stalker by Chris Carter, The Calling by Neil Cross and some old skool, sandy shenanigans in Egypt by Nick Drake.


Looking forward to September, expect to see the new Jill Dawson, Lucky Bunny, The Look Of Love by Judy Astley, Retribution by Sherrilyn Kenyon, Private Lives by Tasmina Perry, Kelley Armstrong’s Spell Bound and Wrapped Up In You by Carole Matthews among many others.



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