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Must Read New Books By Genre: July 2024

Discover which books you should add to your reading list that are being published in July 2024!

This summer is loaded with incredible books! You’ll find new releases from hit authors like Tessa Bailey, Lisa Jewell, and more!

I sorted my list by genre so you can easily find a new book you’ll love. There are options in romance, mysteries/thrillers, fantasy, and general fiction!

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Romance New Releases

 

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Business Casual by B.K. Borison
 
The final book in her Lovelight Farms series! These are interconnected, but can pretty easily be read as standalones (it’ll just reference previous relationships). Opposites attract when a tattoo studio owner and a buttoned up business man decide on a one-night only fling to get each other out of their systems. | Buy From Amazon | Buy From Target

 

 

 

Until Next Summer by Ali Brady

This dynamic writing duo is coming out with another novel featuring two former friends who reconnect as adults over a few months at a summer camp. This is a mix of women’s fiction and romance, focusing just as much on their friendship as their new loves! | Buy From Amazon | Buy From Target

 

 

 

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The Au Pair Affair by Tessa Bailey

Dive into a hockey romance by one of the best in the contemporary romance business! This stars a side character from Fangirl Down and I cannot wait to start reading!! | Buy From Amazon | Buy From Target

 

 

Mystery/Thriller New Releases

 

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Breaking the Dark by Lisa Jewell

Lisa Jewell is kicking off a new series featuring Marvel characters with a story about Jessica Jones, a retired superhero turned private investigator! | Buy From Amazon | Buy From Target

 

 

 

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The God of the Woods by Liz Moore

After her breakout hit, Long Bright River, Moore is back with another mystery. This one takes place at a summer camp where two kids disappeared 14 years apart. | Buy From Amazon | Buy From Target

 

 

 

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What Have You Done by Shari Lapena

A sleepy small town is torn apart after a girl’s body is discovered in a field. All of a sudden, everyone is a suspect and the questions keep coming. | Buy From Amazon | Buy From Target

 

Fantasy New Releases

 

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The Bright Sword by Lev Grossman

A reimagining of the King Arthur legend. In this tale, King Arthur has died and all that’s left of his Knights of the Round Table are a rag tag group of oddballs who must reclaim Excalibur and return Camelot to glory. | Buy From Amazon | Buy From Target

 

 

 

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The Lost Story  by Meg Shaffer

This light fantasy is a modern take on The Chronicles of Narnia! Two children who disappeared in a forest only to be returned six months later with no memory of what happened must return to the enchanted realm as adults to search for another girl who has gone missing. | Buy From Amazon | Buy From Target

 

General Fiction New Releases

 

 

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The Same Bright Stars by Ethan Joella

A middle age man is facing a troubling decision: whether or not to sell his family restaurant in Rehobath Beach to a corporation that’s been taking over small businesses up and down the shore. I started reading this already and I’m finding it absolutely perfect for summer. | Buy From Amazon | Buy From Target

 

 

 

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The Cliffs by J Courtney Sullivan

An atmospheric novel set in a Victorian house on the cliffs of Maine. Jane returns to the house that fascinated her as a child, now employed by the new owner to research it’s mysterious history and why it was left abandoned by the original owners. She uncovers a complex web of loss, longing, and legacy throughout the lives of the women who lived there. | Buy From Amazon | Buy From Target

 

Let me know in the comments which one you’re most looking forward to reading!

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