There are so many June releases at home, especially crime fiction ones, that this may be a little overwhelming. And, because I worked on Sunday, I didn't have as much time as usual to get this ready. Here goes, though.
Last Girl Gone is a debut mystery by J.G. Hetherton. It introduces investigative journalist Laura Chambers, back in her hometown after she was fired from the Boston Globe. When a young girl goes missing, and then another, she thinks she has the story she's been waiting for. After the girls' bodies are found, she's given a hint that she should research the past when the same kind of disappearances and murders haunted the community. (Release date is June 12.)
I warned you. These are all June releases that I either didn't have time or space to review. Some may appeal to you, or to me. I just didn't have the time or space for all of them. Enjoy!
Bleeding Darkness by Brenda Chapman (June 12)
Bimini Twist by Linda Greenlaw (June 26)
Call Me American: A Memoir by Abdi Nor Iften (June 19)
Treeborne by Caleb Johnson (June 5)
Providence by Caroline Kepnes (June 19)
Murder at the Grand Raj Palace by Vaseem Khan (June 12)
The Lavender Ladies Detective Agency: Death in Sunset Grove by Minna Lindgren (June 1)
There There by Tommy Orange (June 5)
Bring Me Back by B.A. Paris (June 19)
When Katie Met Cassidy by Camille Perri (June 19)
The Madonna of the Mountains by Elise Valmorbida (June 12)