July 2017 LibraryReads

The July LibraryReads list is sure to be a hit. New York Times bestselling author Ruth Ware and her new thriller The Lying Game will have you full of anticipation; David Williams’s debut novel, When the English Fall, takes you on an in-depth journey through the life of an Amish farmer; and Hello, Sunshine will leave a smile on your face with its funny and evocative story.

Ware, Ruth. The Lying Game. Scout: Gallery. ISBN 9781501156007. $26.99; ebk. ISB 9781501156199. F
See LJ’s review: ow.ly/u4t130cD3ag

Brown, Janelle. Watch Me Disappear. Spiegel & Grau. ISBN 9780812989465. $27; ebks. ISBN 9780812989472. F
See LJ’s review: ow.ly/DEBs30ctpLM

Richmond, Michelle. The Marriage Pact. Bantam. ISBN 9780385343299. $27; ebk. ISBN 9780804179867. F
See LJ’s starred review: ow.ly/fKVh30ctpP8

Sager, Riley. Final Girls. Dutton. ISBN 9781101985366. $26; ebk. ISBN 9781101985373. F
See LJ’s starred review: ow.ly/e4KX30cD2Zb

Castillo, Linda. Down a Dark Road: A Kate Burkholder Novel. Minotaur: St. Martin’s. ISBN 9781250121288. $26.99; ebk. ISBN 9781250121301.
See LJ’s review: ow.ly/NKgg30ctq6c

Williams, David. When the English Fall. Algonquin. ISBN 9781616205225. $24.95; ebk. ISBN 9781616207083. F
See LJ’s review: LJ 7/17

Jackson, Joshilyn. The Almost Sisters. Morrow. ISBN 9780062105714. $26.99; ebk. ISBN 9780062105738. F
See LJ’s starred review: ow.ly/ySiC30ctqax

Chase, Eve. The Wildling Sisters. Putnam. ISBN 9780399174131. $27; ebk. ISBN 9780698191471. F
See LJ’s review: ow.ly/YTIT30cD2Jc

Garwood, Julie. Wired. Berkley. ISBN 9780525954460. $27; ebk. ISBN 9780698190825. ROMANCE
See LJ’s review: ow.ly/TYuA30cD2TJ

Dave, Laura. Hello, Sunshine. S. & S. ISBN 9781476789323. $25; ebk. ISBN 9781476789347. F
See LJ’s review: ow.ly/Ryr630ctqlE

Created by a group of librarians, LibraryReads offers a monthly list of ten current titles culled from nominations made by librarians nationwide as their favorites. See the July 2017 list at ow.ly/Es0W30cIHvX and contact libraryreads.org/for-library-staff/ to make your own nomination.

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