Andrew Miller's Costa-winning Pure (Sceptre) and five Puffin titles have been shortlisted for the Independent Booksellers' Week Book Awards 2012.
Shortlists of 10 adult titles and 12 children's titles have been chosen by a panel of independent booksellers. The winners will be voted for by the public, with voting open from the beginning of IBW (30th June) until the end of August.
The adult picks include Vintage titles Julian Barnes' The Sense of an Ending and Jeanette Winterson's Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal?
The Fear by Charlie Higson and Meg Rosoff's There is No Dog are among the five Puffin titles.
Shortlisted titles will be promoted in-store dung IBW 2012, including posters and in an A5 booklet.
Edmund de Waal's The Hare with Amber Eyes won the adult category last year, with Eoin Colfer's Artemis Fowl and the Atlantis Complex taking the children's prize.
The shortlists in full:
Why Be Happy When you Could be Normal? Jeanette Winterson Vintage
Pure Andrew Miller Sceptre
Now All Roads Lead to France Matthew Hollis Faber
The Sense of an Ending Julian Barnes Vintage
Smut Alan Bennett Faber & Profile Books
On Canaan's Side Sebastian Barry Faber
Sarah Thornhill Kate Grenville Canongate
All Hell Let Loose Max Hastings HarperCollins
Before I go to Sleep S J Watson Black Swan
My Dear I Wanted to Tell You Louisa Young HarperCollins
One Dog and His Boy Eva Ibbotson Marion Lloyd Books
Tom Gates: Everything's Amazing (sort of) Liz Pichon Scholastic
Ella Alex T Smith Scholastic
The Fear Charlie Higson Puffin Books
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Ugly Truth Jeff Kinney Puffin Books
All Fall Down Sally Nicholls Marion Lloyd Books
There is No Dog Meg Roscoff Puffin Books
Never Say No to a Princess! Tracey Corderoy Alison Green Books
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop Kate Saunders Marion Lloyd Books
TimeRiders: Gates of Rome Alex Scarrow Puffin Books
Young Samurai: The Ring of Wind Chris Bradford Puffin Books
Blood Red Road Moira Young Marion Lloyd Books