July 2019 Paperback Previews

It’s July in paperback land, so summer reading is here in force. There is tonnes of commercial fiction out this month (please press my Book of the Month, Professor Chandra Follows His Bliss, on everyone who enters your stores), as well as a plethora of excellent thrillers. I didn’t have room for it in my picks, but Chris Hammer’s Scrublands is a sizzling slice of Australian noir which readers of Jane Harper would adore, and The Plotters by Un-su Kim, set among a ring of assassins in Seoul, is fresh and different.

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