New Fiction in July

New Fiction in July

Waves of new books have come in! Featured here is just a small selection. More titles may be found on the New Fiction in July list, or, if those don’t rock your reading boat, we offer personalized suggestions via this form, or feel free to give us a call at 847/590-4070!

 

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Razorblade Tears by S.A. Crosby

When his son Isiah and Isiah’s white husband, Derek, are murdered, ex-con Ike Randolph bands together with Derek’s father, another ex-con, to rain down vengeance upon those who hurt their boys while confronting their own prejudices about each other and their own sons.

 

 

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While We Were Dating by Jasmine Guillory

Featuring Ben Stephens, Theo’s brother from The Wedding Party, this charming and hilarious new Romance finds Ben and a famous actress struggling to keep their working relationship strictly professional.

 

 

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Such A Quiet Place by Megan Miranda

When the woman implicated in the murder of a couple in their formerly idyllic and close-knit neighborhood returns to Hollow’s Edge, suspicion spreads like a virus and it soon becomes apparent to Harper Nash that not everyone told the truth about the night of the murder.

BONUS: Register to attend Domestic Thriller Night! An Evening with Megan Miranda and Shari Lapena on August 12

 

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China Room by Sunjeez Sahota

Mehar, a young bride in rural 1929 Punjab, is trying to discover the identity of her new husband. Married to three brothers in a single ceremony, she and her now-sisters spend their days hard at work in the family’s “china room,” sequestered from contact with the men – except when their domineering mother-in-law, Mai, summons them to a darkened chamber at night. As the early stirrings of the Indian independence movement rise around her, Mehar must weigh her own desires against the reality – and danger – of her situation.

 

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A Woman of Intelligence by Karin Tanabe

A former translator at the United Nations who has become a bored 1950s housewife is asked to join the FBI as an informant after a man from her past has become a high-level Soviet spy.

 

 

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The Final Girl Support Group by Grady Hendrix

A real-life “final girl”–the one girl always left standing at the end of a horror movie, Lynette Tarkington, who survived a massacre 22 years ago, along with five other final girls, works to overcome her past until someone becomes determined to take their lives apart again, piece by piece.