Amazon Books: July 2019 releases to check out

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Prepare your Amazon reading list for the month of July as Riley Sager’s newest thriller hits shelves and more! Here’s our guide for July 2019’s best new books!

It’s that time again! The beginning of a fresh new month and with it a plethora of brand new books for all you hungry bookworms out there. Whether you prefer to buy your books in physical, audio, or digital copies, Amazon has you covered.

Here’s a quick guide to some of the most-anticipated books coming out July 2019.

July 1

False Step by Victoria Helen Stone

When a young boy goes missing a local man becomes a hero after finding him alone on a hiking trail. But the toils of fame shine an unwelcome light on his family and all its hidden secrets.

July 2

Lock Every Door by Riley Sager

Riley Sager has made a name for himself among thriller fans out there. His previous two books were both well-received and having read his newest one myself, I can attest to the fact it’s the best one out of all three. It follows a broke young woman who gets embroiled in a mysterious and exclusive apartment complex with a sinister history.

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Girls Like Us by Cristina Alger

Nell Flynn returns to her Suffolk County family home after her father dies suddenly. She finds herself roped into an investigation with her father’s former partner on the force. There is a potential serial killer, and it could have been her father. Don’t miss Cristina Alger’s follow up to her debut novel, The Banker’s Wife. Girls Like Us is a fantastic crime thriller.

The Gifted School by Bruce Holsinger

A book that will appeal to fans of Big Little Lies, The Gifted School follows an affluent suburb where the parents become cut-throat over a new opportunity to show off the intelligence of their beloved children.

July 9

Wilder Girls by Rory Power

Advertised as a “feminist horror story,” Wilder Girls is about a dangerous disease that spreads through Raxter School for Girls. Main character Hetty, must face the horrors beyond the quarantine when her best friend goes missing.

Spin the Dawn (The Blood of Stars #1) by Elizabeth Lim

A new sweeping YA fantasy follows the story of a young girl who disguises herself as a boy to compete in becoming an imperial tailor. On her journey, she must sew three magnificent dresses from the sun, moon, and stars.

The Golden Hour by Beatriz Windsor

From the bestselling author of A Certain Age comes a new simmering summer novel about the Duke and Duchess of Windsor. The story is an epic set in the WWII era and contains spies and traitors. It’s sure to keep you riveted.

Three Women by Lisa Taddeo

This is a non-fiction book about desire from the perspective of three women. It’s been praised as a feminist masterpiece with a foundation of in-depth investigative reporting.

The Bookish Life of Nina Hill by Abbi Waxman

Nina Hill is a self-proclaimed introvert. Most of her life is about finding ways to avoid people and remain under the radar, but what happens when she’s pushed to leave her comfortable shell?

July 16

The Nickel Boys by Coulson Whitehead

Acclaimed author, Coulson Whitehead, returns with another searing novel. This time the story is about two boys sentenced to a reform school while living in the Jim Crow-era. The book is based on a true story and will detail the devastating effects this “school” had on its students.

The Wedding Party (The Wedding Date #3) by Jasmine Guillory

This is a fun little romance, the third in the Wedding Date series, previously a Hello Sunshine book club pick. It follows Maddie and Theo, two enemies who fall into bed one night and try to do their very best not to fall in love.

July 23

Gods of Jade and Shadow by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

For fans of historical fiction, fairy tales, and mythology, this book has it all! It’s a dark fantasy story about a young girl sent on a whirlwind of an adventure by the Mayan God of Death. Note that this is an adult novel and not YA!

July 26

The Seduction Expert by Saya Lopez Ortega

A contemporary romance novel about a woman known for aiding other women when their romantic lives falter. It’s a compulsive, frothy read that’s been compared to The Devil Wears Prada.

July 30

Never Have I Ever by Joshilyn Jackson

In this clever new novel, a young woman named Amy finds her life turned upside down after joining a book club and meeting a mysterious woman who knows a devastating secret about her past.

Dark Age (Red Rising Saga #5) by Pierce Brown

Fans of the Red Rising saga have been eagerly awaiting the next book in the series. A sequel to Iron Gold, Dark Age will follow the outcome of Darrow’s revolution and explore a new threat to the Republic.

The Merciful Crow by Margaret Owen

The first book in a new YA series by Margaret Owen, The Merciful Crow tells the fantastical story of survival and vengeance surrounding a powerful chieftain, a bodyguard, and a prince.

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