July LibraryReads 2018

Summer is here and so are some amazing new books. Travel alongside a woman through her life-changing journey in Anne Tyler’s new novel Clock Dance; C.W. Gortner’s historically authentic novel takes you to another time and place to witness the fall of an empire and the rise of one powerful woman; and become captivated by New York Times bestselling author JP Delaney’s new psychological thriller.

Novik, Naomi. Spinning Silver. Del Rey: Ballantine. ISBN 9780399180989. $28; ebk. ISBN 9780399181009. SF
See LJ’s starred review: ow.ly/FvIw30krmrZ

Tyler, Anne. Clock Dance. Knopf. ISBN 9780525521228. $26.95; ebk. ISBN 9780525521235. F
See LJ’s starred review: ow.ly/oE8130klHju

Pearce, A.J. Dear Mrs. Bird. Scribner. ISBN 9781501170065. $26; ebk. ISBN 9781501170089. F
See LJ’s review: ow.ly/9nW030klHpb

Stage, Zoje. Baby Teeth. St. Martin’s. ISBN 9781250170750. $25; ebk. ISBN 9781250170774. MYS
See LJ’s starred review: ow.ly/AbuT30klHsJ

Abbott, Megan. Give Me Your Hand. Little, Brown. ISBN 9780316547185. $26; ebk. ISBN 9780316547284. SUSPENSE
See LJ’s Xpress Review: ow.ly/6kAF30kp1Dz

Delaney, JP. Believe Me. Ballantine. ISBN 9781101966310. $27; ebk. ISBN 9781101966327. F
See LJ’s review: ow.ly/MK6h30krmwk

McElwain, Julie. Caught in Time. Pegasus. ISBN 9781681777665. $25.95; ebk. ISBN 9781681778310. MYS

Bell, David. Somebody’s Daughter. Berkley. ISBN 9780399584466. $26; pap. ISBN 9780399586057. $16; ebk. ISBN 9780399586057. THRILLER
See LJ’s starred Xpress Review: ow.ly/6kAF30kp1Dz

Gortner, C.W. The Romanov Empress: A Novel of Tsarina Maria Feodorovna. Ballantine. ISBN 9780425286166. $28; ebk. ISBN 9780425286173. F
See LJ’s review: ow.ly/B9GC30klIfH

Contreras, Ingrid Rojas. Fruit of the Drunken Tree. Doubleday. ISBN 9780385542722. $26.95; ebk. ISBN 9780385542739. F
See LJ’s starred review: ow.ly/IUIy30klIjB

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 2018 list at ow.ly/N4C830ktKDr and contact libraryreads.org/for-library-staff/
to make your own nomination.


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