Spot-Lit for July 2013

Lots of good fiction is headed your way this July. Click the titles below and then the Full Display button to read summaries or reviews or to place titles on hold.

General Fiction / Literary Fiction

My Education by Susan Choi

The Impossible Lives of Greta Wells by Andrew Sean Greer

The Light in the Ruins by Chris Bohjalian

First Fiction

The Curiosity by Stephen Kiernan

Ten Things I’ve Learnt About Love by Sarah Butler

Lotería by Mario Alberto Zambrano

The Gamal by Ciaran Collins

Byzantium by Ben Stroud

The Daedalus Incident by Michael Martinez

Crime Fiction / Suspense

Skinner by Charlie Huston

Visitation Street by Ivy Pochoda

Summertime, All the Cats are Bored by Philippe Georget

The Last Word by Lisa Lutz

The Crocodile by Maurizio de Giovanni

Eye for an Eye by Ben Coes

SF / Fantasy / Romance / Western

The Humans by Matt Haig

Fifth Grave Past the Light by Darnynda Jones

If the Shoe Fits by Megan Mulry

Winter Kill by Bill Brooks

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