Two novels from Pushkin Press have made it onto the Waterstones Summer Book Club collection.
The chain retailer has revealed the 10 titles it will champion by recommending to customers over the summer, with Pushkin Press’ One Night Markovitch by Ayelet Gundar-Goshen and The Brethren by Robert Merle among them.
Other titles include Sarah Waters’ The Paying Guest (Little, Brown), The Bone Clocks by David Mitchell (Hidder & Stoughton), Lucky Us by Amy Bloom (Granta), After Me Comes the Flood by Sarah Perry (Serpent’s Tail), Curtain Call by Anthony Quinn (Vintage), Man at the Helm by Nina Stibbe (Penguin) and Hotel Alpha by Mark Watson (Picador).
Chris White, Waterstones fiction buyer, said: “It’s such a thrill to launch our Summer Book Club with so many brilliant novels by incredibly talented writers. We’re honoured to be able to include remarkable new paperbacks by some of our greatest living authors such as David Mitchell and Sarah Waters, as well as bringing some fantastic fiction from less well known authors to a much wider audience.”