Sunday, July 1, 2018

The Great Fall Book Preview- 2018!

Here we go! All the upcoming books I'm most looking forward to for the rest of 2018. Thanks to everyone who provided suggestions and be sure to check out the Reader Picks at the bottom of the list. Also, take a look back at my Spring 2018 list for some of the fantastic books that have already hit the shelves this year. Ahh! So many books! Happy Reading!








The Shortest Way Home by Miriam Parker (July)
Trial on Mount Koya by Susan Spann (July)
Unclean Jobs for Women and Girls by Alissa Nutting (July)
Nightwolf by Willie Davis (July)
The Blurry Years by Eleanor Kriseman (July)
Assisted Living by Erin Murphy (July)
Pretend We Live Here by Genevieve Hudson (July)
The Poisoned City by Anna Clark (July)
The Hazard's of Good Fortune by Seth Greenland (August)
TV Girls by Dana Diehl (August)
Trust Me by Hank Phillipi Ryan (August)
Graffiti Creek by Matt Coleman (August)
Cherry by Nico Walker (August)
Pieces of Her by Karin Slaughter (August)
Presiding Over the Damned by Liam Sweeny (August)
When Rap Spoke Straight to God by Erica Dawson (September)
Red Hotel by Gary Grossman and Ed Fuller (September)
Boise Longpig Hunting Club by Nick Kolakowski (September)
Dreamin' in '89 by Todd Monahan (September)
We Sold Our Souls by Grady Hendrix (September)
The Spying Moon by Sandra Ruttan (September)
A Certain Loneliness by Sandra Gail Lambert (September)
The Devil's Wind by Steve Goble (September)
The Last Danger by Rusty Barnes (October)
Adult Teeth by Jeremy Wilson (October)
The Scoundrel's Among Us by Darrin Doyle (October)
Under My Skin by Lisa Unger (October)
Go to My Grave by Catriona McPherson (October)
One Small Spark by Jackie Minniti (October)
Nighttown by Timothy Hallinan (November)
Race, Nation, Translation by Zoe Wicomb (November)
Peach by Wayne Barton (November)
The Place You're Supposed to Laugh by Jenn Rossman (November)
Into the Night by Sarah Bailey (December)
The Day the Sun Died by Yan Lianke (December)

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