The Waterstones Round Up: July's Best Books
The sun-dappled days of summer are now truly upon us; time to lounge in the garden with a glass of something refreshing in one hand and a good book in the other. Fortunately, July's publishing delivers some outstanding literary treats, from David Mitchell's eagerly anticipated recreation of Swinging London to Curtis Sittenfeld's reimagining of Hilary Clinton's life sans Bill, and from Pandora Sykes's wise and witty broadsides on modern life to a stellar anthology of love letters to the NHS, edited by Adam Kay.
Crime & Thrillers
Science Fiction & Fantasy
Horror & Graphic Novels
Food & Drink
Entertainment & Sport
History & Politics
Popular Science & Nature
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