Thursday, June 01, 2017

June 2017 Highlights

NOVELS
1. Prague Lights (published as Wolf on a String by Henry Holt in the U.S.) (Viking, 2017) / Benjamin Black
2. The Destroyers (Harper, 2017) / Christopher Bollen
3. Pages for Her (Picador, 2017) / Sylvia Brownrigg
4. The Lie of the Land (Little, Brown, 2017) / Amanda Craig
5. You’ll Never Know, Dear (William Morrow, 2017) / Hallie Ephron
6. So Much Blue (Graywolf Press, 2017) / Percival Everett
7. The Gypsy Moth Summer (St Martin’s Press, 2017) / Julia Fierro
8. The Night Brother (The Borough Press, 2017) / Rosie Garland
9. A House Among the Trees (Pantheon, 2017) / Julia Glass
10. Grief Cottage (Bloomsbury USA, 2017) / Gail Godwin

11. Magpie Murders (Harper, 2017) / Anthony Horowitz
12. Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows (HarperCollins, 2017) / Balli Kaur Jaswal
13. The Weight of Ink (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2017) / Rachel Kadish
14. Modern Gods (4th Estate/Viking, 2017) / Nick Laird
15. The Nakano Thrift Shop (trans. from the Japanese by Allison Markin Powell) (Europa Editions, 2017) / Hiromi Kawakami
16. You Should Have Left (trans. from the German by Ross Benjamin) (Riverrun, 2017) / Daniel Kehlmann
17. Crimes of the Father (Sceptre, 2017) / Thomas Keneally
18. The Answers (Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 2017) / Catherine Lacey
19. The Changeling (Spiegel & Grau, 2017) / Victor LaValle
20. A Fugitive in Walden Woods (Bellevue Literary Press, 2017) / Norman Lock

21. Black Moses (trans. from the French by Helen Stevenson) (New Press, 2017) / Alain Mabanckou
22. Do Not Become Alarmed (Riverhead, 2017) / Maile Meloy
23. A Necessary Evil (Harvill Secker, 2017) / Abir Mukherjee
24. A Book of American Martyrs (4th Estate, 2017) / Joyce Carol Oates
25. The Essex Serpent (Custom House, 2017) / Sarah Perry
26. Fierce Kingdom (Doubleday, 2017) / Gin Phillips
27. Small Treasons (Gallery Books, 2017) / Mark Powell
28. The Ministry of Utmost Happiness (Hamish Hamilton/Penguin Random House India, 2017) / Arundhati Roy
29. A Boy in Winter (Virago, 2017) / Rachel Seiffert
30. River Under the Road (Ecco, 2017) / Scott Spencer

31. Missing Fay (Jonathan Cape, 2017) / Adam Thorpe
32. Everybody’s Son (Harper, 2017) / Thrity Umrigar
33. The Lying Game (Harvill Secker, 2017) / Ruth Ware

FIRST NOVELS
1. Under the Harrow (Penguin Books, 2017) / Flynn Berry
2. The Confusion of Languages (G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 2017) / Siobhan Fallon
3. Standard Deviation (4th Estate, 2017) / Katherine Heiny
4. Conversations with Friends (Faber & Faber, 2017) / Sally Rooney
5. Ornithology (Confingo, 2017) / Nicholas Royle
6. Flesh and Bone and Water (Scribner, 2017) / Luiza Sauma

STORIES
1. The Accomplished Guest (Scribner, 2017) / Ann Beattie
2. Disasters in the First World (Black Cat/Grove Press, 2017) / Olivia Clare
3. Turf (Soft Skull Press, 2017) / Elizabeth Crane
4. Joyride to Jupiter (New Island Press, 2017) / Nuala O’Connor

POETRY
1. Angel Hill (Jonathan Cape, 2017) / Michael Longley
2. Scribbled in the Dark (Ecco, 2017) / Charles Simic

NONFICTION
1. You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me: A Memoir (Little, Brown, 2017) / Sherman Alexie
2. The Hate Race: A Memoir (Corsair, 2017) / Maxine Beneba Clarke
3. Essayism (Fitzcarraldo Editions, 2017) / Brian Dillon
4. That’s the Way it Crumbles: The American Conquest of English (Profile Books, 2017) / Matthew Engel
5. The Romance of Elsewhere: Essays (Counterpoint Press, 2017) / Lynn Freed
6. Young Radicals: In the War for American Ideals (Random House, 2017) / Jeremy McCarter
7. From Warm Center to Ragged Edge: The Erosion of Midwestern Literary and Historical Regionalism, 1920-1965 (University of Iowa Press, 2017) / Jon K. Lauck
8. The Retreat of Western Liberalism (Atlantic Monthly Press, 2017) / Edward Luce
9. Typewriters, Bombs, Jellyfish: Essays (New York Review Books, 2017) / Tom McCarthy
10. A Bold and Dangerous Family: The Rossellis and the Fight Against Mussolini (Chatto & Windus, 2017) / Caroline Moorehead

11. The Seabird’s Cry (William Collins, 2017) / Adam Nicholson
12. In Writing: Essays on Literature (Hamish Hamilton, 2017) / Adam Phillips
13. Blood & Silk: Power & Conflict in Modern Southeast Asia (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2017) / Michael Vatikiotis

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