Exclusive Books Recommends: Fiction to Look out for in June

Here is a brief introduction of what #EBRecommends is all about!  Here are some #Fiction books to look out for this month!

There are 13 Fiction titles in June.

In The Murders at Fleat HouseThe Murders at Fleat House Lucinda Riley Exclusive Books by Lucinda Riley the sudden death of a pupil in Fleat House at St Stephen’s – a small private boarding school in deepest Norfolk – is a shocking event that the headmaster is very keen to call a tragic accident. But the local police cannot rule out foul play and the case prompts the return of high-flying Detective Inspector Jazmine ‘Jazz’ Hunter to the force.

At once heartbreaking and uplifting, and its focus on the themes of war and loss, love and friendship across cultures is both topical and timeless: The Long Road from Kandahar by Sara MacDonald is a powerful story from a writer operating at the height of her powers.

Welcome to Turtle Cove – a luxury resort. Couples Lou and Adam, Eliza and Noah, spend a few days relaxing on the beach, while their kids are happily distracted. But appearances can be deceiving…The Cove by Alice Clark-Platts is a first-class, escapist thriller.

Yinka, where is your huzband Exclusive BooksMeet Yinka. And Yinka’s mum. And Yinka’s aunties. Who are all asking… ‘YINKA, WHERE IS YOUR HUZBAND?’ by Lizzie Damilola Blackburn is hilarious and wildly entertaining, this tale of love, culture, family and friendship will have you rooting hard for Yinka!

In My Name is Yip by Paddy Crewe, one October night in the small town of Heron’s Creek, Georgia, Yip Tolroy is born. His father has disappeared in mysterious circumstances, so he is raised by his mother. By the time Yip reaches his fifteenth year he has not spoken a word – he is mute, friendless, an outcast. But his life is about to change irrevocably.

Dark, strange, thick with mystery and twists Book of Night is everything delicious and frightening as one has come to expect from Holly Black.

Elizabeth Finch by Julian Barnes is more than a novel. It’s a loving tribute to philosophy, a careful evaluation of history, an invitation to think for ourselves. It’s a moment to reflect and to gently explore our own theories and assumptions. It is truly a balm for our times.

Blood Sugar Sascha RothchildBlood Sugar by Sascha Rothchild is the story of Ruby – a Dexter-like figure who commits her first murder aged five. This book has some incredibly inventive methods of death! Entirely original and utterly brilliant – a must-read.

Memphis by Tara M. Stringfellow is a celebration of the enduring strength of female bonds, of what we pass down, from mother to daughter. Epic in scope yet intimate in detail, it is a vivid portrait of three generations of a Southern black family, as well as an ode to the city they call home.

The Aerialists Katie Munnik Exclusive booksVivid and meticulous, Katie Munnik’s The Aerialists captures the tangled desires of people living on the thin air of their own daring – a glorious vision of a time, a place, a welter of human manipulations and hopes, and ultimately, their tragic effects. A really fine read.

As tender as it is unflinching, Trespasses by Louise Kennedy is a masterfully executed and intimate portrait of those caught between the warring realms of the personal and political, rooted in a turbulent and brutally imagined moment of history – where it’s not just what you do that matters, but what you are.

In Wild And Wicked Things author Francesca May tells the story of how on Crow Island, people whispered about real magic that lurked just below the surface. But Annie Mason never expected her enigmatic new neighbour to be a witch. When she witnesses a confrontation between her best friend Bea and the infamous Emmeline Delacroix at one of Emmeline’s extravagantly illicit parties, Annie is drawn into a world where magic can buy what money cannot; a world where the consequence of a forbidden blood bargain might be death.

Bot deur Carien Smith is n’ ambisieuse bundel word die leser op reis geneem. Na werelde van verstommende – dog onmiddellik herkenbare – tegnologiese vooruitgang. Bot is ‘n verrassende debuut wat ‘n eiesoortige staanplek in die Afrikaanse verhalewereld kry.

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