UK paperbacks in June

Following on from my post the other day about new books to be published in June, here (again via the Bookseller, 27 February issue) is a selection of crime fiction paperbacks due in the same month.

The Brass Verdict by Michael Connelly (Orion, 11th)

Superb book, the second to feature the Lincoln Lawyer (Mickey Haller), with Harry Bosch making an appearance.

A Most Wanted Man by John le Carre (Hodder, 25th)

The Bookseller says: tackling the moral and political issues of the war on terror.

White Nights by Ann Cleeves (Pan, 5th)

Second in the Jimmy Perez series. Excellent. The third is just out in hardback.

Paying for it by Tony Black (Preface, 4th)

Simultaneous publication with the hardback of Gutted, about "a tortured character living on the edge", says the Bookseller.

A Death in Tuscany by Michele Giuttari (Abacus, 4th)

A second case for Michele Ferrara of A Florentine Death (see this Euro Crime review of The Monster of Florence).

Third Strike by Zoe Sharp (Allison and Busby, 15th)

The third thriller about bodyguard and ex-special forces soldier Charlotte (Charlie) Fox.

To Dream of the Dead by Phil Rickman (Quercus, 4th).

A series about an exorcist called Merrily Watkins.

No-One you Know by Michelle Redmond (Ebury, 11th)

"A captivating novel of a sister's life torn apart by the murder of her sibling and how years later she goes in search of the truth".

The Paris Enigma by Pablo de Santis (Harper, 28th)

A literary thriller starring 12 of the world's greatest detectives gathered in Paris for the 1889 World's Fair.

Also due in paperback in June: Trust Me by Jeff Abbott; Don't Look Twice by Andrew Gross; Deadly Intent by Lynda LaPlante; Dead Line by Stella Rimington; The Atlantis Code by Charles Brokaw; Swan Peak by James Lee Burke; Black Widow by Jessie Keane; River of the Dead by Barbara Nadel; Obedience by William Lavender; and Broken Hearts by Grace Monroe.

There are also short story collections edited by Michael Connelly (The Blue Religion), Lee Child (Killer Year), C. J. Sansom et al. (The Lost Prophecies), and Tony Hillerman/Rosemary Herbert (A New Omnibus of Crime).