Autumn is an exciting time in the world of publishing, with lots of hot titles due for release. From blockbuster thrillers to supernatural ghost stories, no matter what your taste you are sure to find something to read this September! Below are some top picks.
Her Fearful Symmetry by Audrey Neffinger
The highly anticipated second novel from the author of The Time Traveler's Wife
is released on September 29. Two American twin sisters are left an apartment by their aunt, near London's Highgate Cemetery. There are two conditions to the inheritance - that they stay in the apartment for a year, and that their parents don't enter it. The twins discover that things are very much alive in Highgate, including possibly their aunt!
The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown
Everyone is talking about Dan Brown's latest novel, due for release on September 15. This time, Professor of symbology Robert Langton is in Washington D.C. and his investigations centre around the Freemassons. This is sure to be a massive hit and no doubt we will see a film adaptation in the future.
Juliet, Naked by Nick Hornby
Released on September 3, fans of High Fidelity will be pleased to see Hornby returning to the theme of music for his latest book. A couple in their thirties realise that their shared obsession with a reclusive musician may no longer be enough to hold them together. Annie and Duncan share a love for the fictional singer-songwriter Tucker Crowe. The release of an acoustic version of his most famous album not only tears them apart, but sparks an unlikely personal connection between Tucker and Annie.
The Perfect Man by Sheila O'Flanagan
This novel follows the story of two very different sisters, Mia and Britt. Mia is in love with the married father of her daughter, and Britt is a classic ice-maiden, but ironically also a best-selling romance author. The pair join a luxury romantic cruise, on which Britt is a guest lecturer. Romance beckons for both ladies in this fun and flirty novel and it is available now.