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Book releases by Aussie Authors in July 2013

Aussie Author Challenge 2013As part of the Aussie Author Challenge 2013, each month I will be highlighting a selection of the new books being released by Aussie Authors in the month ahead. I’m a few days late this time around, July has snuck up on me like it always does!

These features will by no means provide a comprehensive listing of all the titles by Australian authors being released, just the ones I have come across in my travels around the web. I’ll ask readers, authors and publishers to let me know of any other notable Aussie Author book releases that I have overlooked in the Comments Section.

Book Releases by Aussie Authors in July 2013

+ a couple of titles that were released late June 2013 that I missed last time.

Traces of Absence by Susan HoloubekGotland by Fiona CappMr Wigg by Inga Simpson
Lexicon by Max BarryLightning by Felicity VolkDead Cat Bounce by Peter CottonGeorge Clooney's Haircut and Other Cries for Help by Richard GloverThe Accident by Kate HendrickSigns of Life by Tim WintonAll I Know by Mary CoustasShark by Terry JaenschDecent Obsessions by Bernard SaltAll the Birds Singing by Evie WyldThe Dying Beach by Angela SavageThe Local Wildlife by Robert DreweSavage Tide by Greg BarronBlood Witness by Alex HammondOcean Child by Tamara McKinley

Click on the covers to read book summary and publication details.

These links are to Australian distributors. I recommend international readers check when these titles will be available from The Book Depository (free worldwide delivery).

Isn’t the cover of Lightning beautiful?

Lots of interesting non-fiction releases this month and Max Barry’s Lexicon has already been on my wishlist for months since reading an early review.

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Which of these titles most interests you?

Know of other titles by Aussie Authors being released in July 2013? Share them with us in the comments below.