Four Alive For Early Summer Reads

The Trialby Rob Rinder (June 22nd)

As fans of Judge Rinder will know, Rob Rinder has seen enough courtroom trials in his career to know that truth can be stranger than fiction. Transporting the reader from the murky world of Chambers to the grandeur of the Old Bailey, Rinder’s character Adam Green, a trainee barrister who doesn’t quite fit in, is one to stick with.

Ordinary Human Failings by Megan Nolan (July 11th)

Following her bestselling novel Acts of Desperation, Megan Nolan’s second book Ordinary Human Failings, sees ambitious reporter Tom Hargreaves stumbles across a scoop: a dead child on a London estate, with the suspicion of one reclusive family of Irish immigrants swirling in the background.

The Late Americans: A Novelby Brandon Taylor (June 22nd)

Set in Iowa City around a potent friendship group of dancers, amateur pornographers, poets, landlords, meat-packing workers and mathematicians who occupy the city’s many facets, The Late Americans culminates in a reckoning that will change all of these young people’s lives.

Into the Voidby Geezer Butler (June 8th)

With over 70 million records sold, heavy metal pioneers Black Sabbath are one of the most influential bands of all time. Here, he tells his rock ‘n’ roll story from industrial Birmingham to global stardom with wit, passion and surprising softness.



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