Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Published in June (UK)

Here are some of the titles that are published in the UK in June. I will put a link to this post and previous and subsequent "monthly" lists in my sidebar. Title links go to amazon.co.uk. Feel free to let me know of others to add to the list.

A list of titles published in January can be found here, February's titles are here, March's list is here, April's is here and finally, May's.

Michael Gerard Bauer - Don't Call Me Ishmael (30th, TickTock Books, pb)
Ian Beck - Samurai (1st, Barrington Stoke, pb)
Judy Blundell - What I Saw and How I Lied (7th, Scholastic, pb)
Jessica Brady - The Karma Club (30th, TickTock Books, pb)
Melvin Burgess - Nicholas Dane (3rd, Puffin, pb)
Cristy Burne - Takeshita Demons (3rd, Frances Lincoln Children's Books, pb)
Meg Cabot - Being Nikki (4th, Children's Books, pb)
Isobelle Carmody - Obernewtyn (7th, Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, pb)
Gillian Cross - Tightrope (3rd, OUP Oxford, pb)
Jim Eldridge - Black Ops: Jungle Kill (4th, Egmont Books Ltd, pb)
Candy Gourlay - Tall Story (3rd, David Fickling Books, HB)
John Grisham - Theodore Boone (3rd, Hodder & Stoughton; Children's ed edition, HB) review
Nick Hale - Sudden Death (4th, Egmont Books Ltd, pb)
Jenny Han - The Summer I Turned Pretty (3rd, Puffin, pb)
Frances Hardinge - Gullstruck Island (4th, Macmillan Children's Books, pb)
Charlie Higson - The Enemy (3rd, Puffin, pb) review
Mary Hooper - Fallen Grace (7th, Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, pb)
Ross Kemp - Ganglands: Russia (3rd, Puffin, pb)
Anna Kendall - Crossing Over (24th, Gollancz, HB)
Andrew Lane - Young Sherlock Holmes: Death Cloud (4th, Macmillan Children's Books, pb)
Sue Limb - Girl 16: Five Star Fiasco (7th, Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, pb)
Gabrielle Lord - 265: June (3rd, Hodder Children's Books, pb)
James Lovegrove - Five Lords of Pain 3: Lord of Tears (1st, Barrington Stoke, pb)
Maureen McCarthy - Somebody's Crying (1st, Allen & Unwin, pb)
Geraldine McCaughrean - The Death Defying Pepper Roux (3rd, OUP Oxford, pb)
Samantha Mackintosh - Kisses for Lula (4th, Egmont Books Ltd, pb) UK debut
Stephenie Meyer - The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner (5th, Atom, HB)
Sarah Miller - The Other Girl (7th, Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, pb)
Sarah Mlynowski - Gimme a Call (3rd, Orchard, pb)
Katy Moran - Spirit Hunter (7th, Walker, pb)
Jandy Nelson - The Sky is Everywhere (7th, Walker, HB)
Jackson Pearce - Sisters Red (3rd, Hodder Children's Books, HB)
E E Richardson - Black Bones (1st, Barrington Stoke, pb)
Meg Rosoff - The Bride's Farewell (3rd, Puffin, pb)
Louis Sachar - The Cardturner (1st, Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, HB)
Michael P Spradlin - The Youngest Templar: Keeper of the Grail (30th, TickTock Books, pb)
Linda Strachan - Dead Boy Talking (15th, Strident Publishing Limited, pb)
G P Taylor - Mariah Mundi and the Ship of Fools (3rd, Faber and Faber, pb)
Alan Temperley - Scar Hill (28th, Luath Press Ltd, pb)
Cecily von Ziegesar - Classic: An It Girl Novel (10th, Headline, pb)
Rachel Ward - Numbers 2: the Chaos (7th, Chicken House, pb)
Tim Wynne-Jones - The Uninvited (7th, Walker, pb)


  1. I have another one for you: Theodore Boone by John Grisham. His first YA book! Out June 3rd (I think)

    Re - Kisses for Lula. It is a debut novel. Do we count it as UK when the author was born in Zambia but now lives in the UK? I would say yes...

  2. Many thanks Becky, I've added Grisham and took the ? off the debut :).