Somehow it’s June already?  I can’t wait to find out where Juno Dawson takes the HMRC story in The Shadow Cabinet, and a new Ali Hazelwood is always welcome. What June releases are you looking forward to?

As always, dates mostly refer to UK print editions, and so books may already be out in different formats or territories. Links go to Goodreads and * indicates I’ve received a review copy from the publisher.


The Night In Question by Liz Lawson + Kathleen Glasgow (Rock the Boat)

Blue Machine: How the Ocean Shapes Our World by Helen Czerski (Torva)

Bored Gay Werewolf by Tony Santorella (Atlantic Books)

Shanghai Immortal by A. Y. Chao (Hodderscape)

Loki: A Bad God’s Guide to Ruling the World by Louie Stowell (Walker Books)

The Incredible Events in Women’s Cell Number 3 by Kira Yarmysh (Serpent’s Tail)

This Could Be Us by Claire McGowan (Corsair)

Limelight by Daisy Buchanan (Sphere)

The Moon Represents My Heart by Pim Wangtechawat (Magpie)

The Minuscule Mansion of Myra Malone by Audrey Burges (Macmillan)

We’ll Never Tell by Wendy Heard (Little Brown)


My Murder by Katie Williams (Wildfire)*

Mortal Follies by Alexis Hall (Gollancz)*

The Chaperone by M. Hendrix (Sourcebooks Fire)


The Shadow Cabinet by Juno Dawson (HarperVoyager)

Translation State by Ann Leckie (Orbit)

The Jewel Box: How Moths Illuminate Nature’s Hidden Rules by Tim Blackburn (W&N)

The Bridleway: How Horses Shaped the British Landscape by Tiffany Francis-Baker (Bloomsbury)

Everything’s Fine by Cecilia Rabess (Picador)


Unlikeable Female Characters: The Women Pop Culture Wants You to Hate by Anna Bogutskaya (Sourcebooks)


Love, Theoretically by Ali Hazelwood (Sphere)

Girls of Little Hope by Dale Halvorsen + Sam Beckbessinger (Titan)

The Surviving Sky by Kritika H. Rao (Titan)

A Love Catastrophe by Helena Hunting (Piatkus)


Morgan Is My Name by Sophie Keetch (Magpie)

The Last Drop: Solving the World’s Water Crisis by Tim Smedley (Picador)

The Fraud Squad by Kyla Zhao (Headline Accent)

On Earth as It Is on Television by Emily Jane (Hyperion)


You’re Not Supposed to Die Tonight by Kalynn Bayron (Bloomsbury)


After That Night by Karin Slaughter (HarperCollins)*

Midnight by Amy McCulloch (Michael Joseph)

The Launch Party by Lauren Forry (Zaffre)

The God of Good Looks by Breanne Mc Ivor (Fig Tree)

The Other Side of Mrs Wood by Lucy Barker (Fourth Estate)

The Library of Broken Worlds by Alaya Dawn Johnson (Magpie)

The Birdcage Library by Freya Berry (Headline)

This is Not America: Why Black Lives in Britain Matter by Tomiwa Owolade (Atlantic Books)

The First Bright Thing by J.R. Dawson (Tor)

The Illusions by Liz Hyder (Manilla Press)

An Astronomer in Love by Antoine Laurain (Gallic Books)


Charlotte Illes Is Not A Detective by Katie Siegel (Wildfire)


Faking It by Beth Reekles (Sphere)

Wolfpack by Amelia Brunskill (Little Brown)