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Hot new books of August

Never mind the Olympics, we've got a star line-up of book releases for August. From Will Self's Booker Prize-nominated Umbrella to Sweet Tooth, the latest novel from Ian McEwan, the book charts will be firing up for the summer. Click on to see what's on our August reading list ...

Click any of the images below to launch the gallery. Think we've missed any out? Tweet us @StylistMagazine to let us know what you'll be reading in August

Words: DA

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