July 2011 Indie Next List

Out now, the Indie Next List for July!

View trailers for two interesting titles: Glen Duncan's slick & sick horror The Last Werewolf and The Reservoir by John Milliken, based on an 1885 Virginia murder.

From NPR, critic Laura Miller echoes The King's English recommendation for Lars Kepler's thriller The Hypnotist.

Explore new titles in depth and discuss with friends by digging into ReadingGroupChoices.com's conversation starters for Turn of Mind by Alice LaPlante, Margaret Leroy's The Soldier's Wife, and Pao by Kerry Young.

And two books from this month's list put classic authors in fictional settings: H.G. Wells in The Map of Time by Felix J. Palma, and Flannery O'Connor in A Good Hard Look by Ann Napolitano.

Find the printed list at an independent bookstore near you. We're also offering a print-at-home version, found on the Indie Next List page directly beneath the carousel of titles, so you can browse at home and take it to your local indie.

Happy reading!

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