The Waterstones Round Up: June's Best Books
If you're in the mood to discover your next favourite novelist then you are going to love the books heading your way this month. From the eagerly-awaited crime debut by the Reverend Richard Coles to stunning new fantasy from Saara El-Arifi, and from art critic James Cahill's breathtaking foray into fiction Tiepolo Blue to Nightcrawling, a staggeringly accomplished novel completed by Leila Mottley when she was just 17 years old, there are so many distinctive new voices out there this June. Add into the mix bracing memoir by Sheila Hancock, fascinating medical history from Lindsey Fitzharris, searing politics courtesy of Darren McGarvey and the delicious first cookbook from The Great Cookbook Challenge winner Dominique Woolf, and you have a month of terrific reading ahead of you.
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