Spot-Lit for September 2014

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General Fiction / Literary Fiction

The Bone Clocks by David Mitchell

Paying Guests by Sarah Waters

The Betrayers by David Bezmozgis

Florence Gordon by Brian Morton

The Dog by Joseph O’Neill

First Novels / Fiction

How to Build a Girl by Caitlin Moran

Fives and Twenty-Fives by Michael Pitre

Gutenberg’s Apprentice by Alix Christie

Rooms by Lauren Oliver

A Girl Is a Half-Formed Thing by Eimear McBride

Many more promising debuts are coming out this month – take a look.

Crime Fiction /Suspense

The Secret Place by Tana French

Last of the Independents by Sam Wiebe

Perfidia by James Ellroy

The Monogram Murders by Sophie Hannah

Gangsterland by Tod Goldberg

SF / Fantasy

The Hawley Book of the Dead by Chrysler Szarlan

The Mirror Empire by Kameron Hurley

The Broken Eye by Brent Weeks

The Falcon Throne by Karen Miller

Maplecroft by Cheri Priest

Romance / Erotica

Stay with Me by J. Lynn

Claudine by Barbara Palmer

Screwdrivered by Alice Clayton

Linger by Lauren Jameson

Virtue Falls by Christina Dodd

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