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This week’s topic is Most Anticipated Books Releasing in the Second Half of 2022.
Katastrophe by Graham Hurley (7th July) – The new blockbuster thriller set against the final stages of the Second World War.
That Bonesetter Woman by Frances Quinn (21st July) – Meet Endurance Proudfoot – England’s strongest woman, boldest adventurer and first female bonesetter.
The Last Party by Clare Mackintosh (4th August) – It’s the party to end all parties….but not everyone is here to celebrate.
The Night Ship by Jess Kidd (4th August) – An epic and imaginative historical novel, based on the true story of the wrecked Batavia
The Iron Way by Tim Leach (4th August) – Cast to the edge of the Empire, the Sarmatian army must fight in defence of Rome
Act of Oblivion by Robert Harris (1st September) – ‘From what is it they flee?’ He took a while to reply. By the time he spoke the men had gone inside. He said quietly, ‘They killed the King.’
Essex Dogs by Dan Jones (15th September) – Some men fight for glory. Others fight for coin. The Essex Dogs? They fight for each other.
All The Broken Places by John Boyne (15th September) – The sequel to the phenomenal bestseller, The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas
Shrines of Gaiety by Kate Atkinson (27th September) – The award-winning author of Life after Life transports us to the dazzling London of the Roaring Twenties in a whirlwind tale of corruption, seduction, and debts that have come due
Maureen Fry and the Angel of the North by Rachel Joyce (20th October) – Ten years ago, Harold Fry set off on his epic journey on foot to save a friend. But the story doesn’t end there. Now his wife, Maureen, has her own pilgrimage to make.
Links from the titles will take you to the book description on Goodreads.