Happy Tuesday! As usual, the first Tuesday of the month has an amazing number of new books out today, so I’ve made a special newsletter because YAY, BOOKS! And on this week’s episode of the All the Books! Rebecca and I talked about some more great new releases out today, such as The Wolf Road, Here Comes the Sun, and The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet.
As always, you can find a big list in the All the Books! show notes. And below I have made you a big list of notable releases – there are sooooo many! SO MUCH TO CHECK OUT.
This week’s newsletter is sponsored by Missing, Presumed by Susie Steiner.
A page-turning literary mystery that brings to life the complex and wholly relatable Detective Manon Bradshaw, a devoted member of the Cambridgeshire police—though she loves her job, she longs for a personal life. Edith Hind—a beautiful graduate student who seems to have it all—has been missing for nearly twenty-four hours. With no clear leads, Manon summons every last bit of her skill and intuition to close the case, and what she discovers will have shocking consequences not just for Edith’s family but for Manon herself.
Absalom’s Daughters by Suzanne Feldman
Ithaca: A Novel of Homer’s Odyssey by Patrick Dillon
This Savage Song by Victoria Schwab
Another One Goes Tonight (A Detective Peter Diamond Mystery) by Peter Lovesey
In the Shadow of Frankenstein: Tales of the Modern Prometheus edited by Stephen Jones
You Are Having a Good Time: Stories by Amie Barrodale
How to Set a Fire and Why by Jesse Ball
The Harrows of Spring: A World Made by Hand by James Howard Kunstler
Seinfeldia: How a Show About Nothing Changed Everything by Jennifer Keishin Armstrong
The Drone Eats with Me: A Gaza Diary by Atef Abu Saif
The Hatching by Ezekiel Boone
Night of the Animals by Bill Broun
An Innocent Fashion by RJ Hernandez
Accidence Will Happen: A Reformed Pedant’s Guide to English Language and Style by Oliver Kamm
The Last Adventure of Constance Verity by A. Lee Martinez
A People’s History of the American Revolution: How Common People Shaped the Fight for Independence by Ray Raphael
Julian Fellowes’s Belgravia by Julian Fellowes
The Storyteller: Tales out of Loneliness by Walter Benjamin
Underground Airlines by Ben Winter
The Trap by Melanie Raabe
I Am No One by Patrick Flanery
The Games: A Global History of the Olympics by David Goldblatt
The Prisoner of Hell Gate by Dana I. Wolff
Brightfellow by Rikki Ducornet
Critics, Monsters, Fanatics, and Other Literary Essays by Cynthia Ozick
YAY, BOOKS! That’s it for me. If you want to learn more about books (and see lots of pictures of my cats), or tell me about books you’re reading, you can find me on Twitter at MissLiberty, on Instagram at FranzenComesAlive, or Litsy under ‘Liberty’!