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Hot new books of july

One upside to this month's grim grey skies is the chance it provides to devour July's new fiction. From Cox, Kate Lace's timely tale of Olympic-themed lust and Indigo Bloome's erotic trilogy Destined To Play, to Jonas Jonasson's highly anticipated feelgood debut The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out Of The Window And Disappeared and award-winning crime writer Tana French's thrilling fourth novel Broken Harbour, there's plenty for your fiction "to-read" list.

Click on an image below to launch the gallery. Which of this month's new releases are you eager to get started on? Let us know on Twitter or leave a message in the comments section below.

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