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Top 5 Of Gripping New September Books


Welcome back, folks. No more lazy afternoons while sunbathing and doing nothing, no more car trips across "no-risk" countries (thank you, corona, for a challenging summer), no more moral excuses for postponing the works planned. September is the right time to kick back and shake off this pleasant summertime lethargic sleep. And even get back to your reading routine, if during the last three month there were so many other cool stuff to do that books sadly ended outside your daily agenda. But this month strikes with so many hits from the bestselling world known authors that no way you're going to resist popping into the nearest bookstore.

by Sigrid Nunez

In 2018 Sigrid Nunez's novel The Friend won the National Book Award for Fiction and this September she comes back with her new novel about human connections in our modern times. The woman narrator describes the encounters with different people, only demonstrating that we all need the listening audience to our life experience. So the woman listens, until one of her talkers makes an unusual request to her.

by Robert Galbraith

With Lethal White airing on BBC One, it's so exciting to know that a fresh crime novel in Cormoran Strike series is being published this month, already the fifth by the famous Robert Galbraith (don't tell us you don't know who he is). This time a private detective Strike is approached by a woman in Cornwall, where he visits his family, and asked to find her mother who disappeared in 1974. Together with his partner Robin, Strike initiates the investigation, which becomes deadly even so many years have passed...

by Jodi Picoult

This well-known writer and the author of Small Great Things brings up the topic of choices in our lives. Dawn is on the plane, which is having a crash landing. But the only thing she can think at that moment is not her husband and family but a man she last saw fifteen years ago. She survives the crash and has to decide were to go next: to her beloved family in Boston, or to the man called Wyatt who is an archaeologist in Egypt where she once belonged, too. Do we make our choices or do choices make us? That is the question.

by Jo Nesbo

Finally a new crime novel by the most famous Norwegian writer is almost here. Though this is not a sequel to Harry Hole series but a standalone, the gripping plot by a true master won't let you go till the last page. Roy and Carl are two brothers, and Roy was always used to look after his little brother Carl. After many years Carl returns to his hometown with the plan to build a hotel bringing together the secrets from their childhood. Sheriff Olsen is watching the brothers closely and looking into a tragic death of their parents. Will Roy continue to protect his little brother?

by Jane Harper

September is raining bestselling crime novels. The bestselling author of The Dry offers her readers another thrilling story. Kieran's life changed forever after a tragic event caused by his recklessness, which still haunts him. He returns to a small coastal town of his childhood with his family and one day a body is washed on the beach together with old dark secrets...

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