Spot-Lit for July 2014

Here’s our list of fiction to look for in 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

Last Stories and Other Stories by William T. Vollman

How To Tell Toledo from the Night Sky by Lydia Netzer

One Plus One by Jojo Moyes

Tigerman by Nick Harkaway

The Care and Management of Lies by Jacqueline Winspear

Archival Revivals / New Translations

Echo’s Bones by Samuel Beckett

The Conversations by César Aira

Mr. Gwyn by Alessandro Baricco

The Professor and the Siren by Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa

Agostino by Alberto Moravia

First Novels

Last Night at the Blue Angel by Rebecca Rotert

The Sleepwalker’s Guide to Dancing by Mira Jacob

Dry Bones in the Valley by Tom Bouman

A Man Called Ove by Frederik Backman

The Girls from Corona del Mar by Rufi Thorpe

Crime Fiction /Suspense

Peter Pan Must Die by John Verdon

Everyone Lies by A.D. Garrett

That Night by Chevy Stevens

The Dead Will Tell by Linda Castillo

The Night Searchers by Marcia Muller

SF / Fantasy / Horror

The Queen of the Tearling by Erika Johansen

Half a King by Joe Abercrombie

Full Fathom Five by Max Gladstone

All Those Vanished Engines by Paul Park

The House of Small Shadows by Adam Nevill

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