Another great month. Do you have a list of books to read in June? If yes that is brilliant. If not, I will share one with you below.

Surprise surprise! I will add some nice blurbs and reviews so that you can have a clear idea of the specific books.

Kindly read this list of books to read in June up to the end so that you get an opportunity to see different genres and categories of books.

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Below is the comprehensive list of books to read in June;

Charlie ST.Cloud by Ben Sherwood

Charlie ST.Cloud
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In a snug New England fishing village, Charlie St. Cloud tends the lawns and monuments of an ancient cemetery where his younger brother, Sam, is buried.

After surviving the car accident that claimed his brother’s life, Charlie is graced with an extraordinary gift:

He can see, talk to, and even play catch with Sam’s spirit.

Into this magical world comes Tess Carroll, a captivating woman training for a solo sailing trip around the globe.

Fate steers her boat into a treacherous storm that propels her into Charlie’s life.

Their beautiful and uncommon connection leads to a race against time and a choice between;

Death and life, between the past and the future, between holding on and letting go — and the discovery that miracles can happen if we simply open our hearts.

Atonement by Ian McEwan

Books to read in June; Atonement
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Ian McEwan’s symphonic novel of love and war, childhood and class, guilt and forgiveness provides all the satisfaction of a brilliant narrative.

And also the provocation we have come to expect from this master of English prose.

On a hot summer day in 1935, thirteen-year-old Briony Tallis witnesses the flirtation between her older sister, Cecilia, and Robbie Turner, the son of a servant.

But Briony’s incomplete grasp of adult motives and her precocious imagination bring about a crime that will change all their lives.

A crime whose repercussions Atonement follows through the chaos and carnage of World War II and into the close of the twentieth century.

Gray Wolf Island by Tracey Neithercott

Gray Wolf Island
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Right before Sadie died, she begged her sister, Ruby, to do the one thing she could never do herself:

Find the treasure on Gray Wolf Island.

With just a mysterious treasure map as a guide, Ruby reluctantly allows some friends to join her on the hunt, each of whom is touched by magic:

A boy allegedly born to a virgin, a girl who never sleeps, a boy who can foresee his own death, and a boy with deep ties to the island.

Each of them is also keeping a secret—something they’ll have to reveal in order to reach the treasure.

As the secrets come to light, Ruby will have to decide:

Can she make peace with her friends’ troubled pasts and continue to trust them?

Can she forgive herself for doing the unspeakable?

Deep in the wilderness of Gray Wolf Island, Ruby’s choices will determine if they make it out with the treasure—or merely with their lives.

From debut author, Tracey Neithercott comes a darkly compelling tale of profound friendship, adventure, and finding the strength, to tell the truth.

The Black Tower by P.d. James

The Black tower
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Commander Dalgliesh is recuperating from a life-threatening illness when he receives a call for advice from an elderly friend.

The friend works as a chaplain in a home for the disabled on the Dorset coast.

Dalgliesh arrives to discover that Father Baddeley has recently and mysteriously died, as has one of the patients at Toynton Grange.

Evidently the home is not quite the caring community it purports to be.

Dalgliesh is determined to discover the truth of his friend’s death.

While at this, further fatalities follow and his own life is in danger as he unmasks the evil at the heart of Toynton Grange. 

The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: The Stalwart Companions by H.Paul Jeffers

Books to read in June: The Stalwart Companions
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NO MAN IS ABOVE THE LAW

In this story, written by future President Theodore Roosevelt long before The Great Detective’s first encounter with Dr Watson, Holmes visits America to solve a most violent and despicable crime.

A crime that was to prove the most taxing of his brilliant career…

Recently discovered in the basement of the New York Police Department, The Stalwart Companions is one of Holmes’ most exciting and unusual chronicles.

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s timeless creation returns in a new series of handsomely designed detective stories.

From the earliest days of Holmes’ career to his astonishing encounters with Martian invaders, the Further Adventures series encapsulates the most varied and thrilling cases of the worlds’ greatest detective.

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