The 10 Books to Read in September 2023

The 10 Books to Read in September 2023

Join us as we delve into these captivating tales and discover the literary treasures that await you this September.

1. All the Little Bird-Hearts by Viktoria Llyod-Barlow

Sunday Forrester and her teenage daughter, Dolly, inhabit her childhood home, their lives meticulously ordered.

2. Crimes of Passion by Gerard de Souza

What motivated Emile Jerome to undertake a late-night flight from Cochin to Mumbai, sacrificing his budding Indian Navy career with each knife thrust into the unfortunate TV executive Neeraj Grover?

3. Divorce Is Normal by Shasvathi Siva

Proudly highlighting a divorce rate of roughly 1 percent, little critical thought is often given to its true implications in our country. 

4. Mother-Daughter Murder Night by Nina Simon

A murder in their quiet coastal town unexpectedly reunites estranged family matriarch Lana Rubicon, a successful LA real estate magnate, with her adult daughter Beth and teenage granddaughter Jack.

5. Nineteen Steps by Millie Bobby Brown

In the midst of war-torn 1942 London, the debut novel by global sensation Millie Bobby Brown unfolds. Love blossoms amidst the darkness as spirited 18-year-old Nellie Morris navigates life in the tightly-knit East End community of Bethnal Green.

6. Soma by A.K. Ramanujan

A.K. Ramanujan’s unique infusion of Indian literature and traditions into his poetry, particularly his exploration of the mystical plant Soma, is the centerpiece of this collection.

7. Telgi: A Reporter’s Diary by Sanjay Singh

In the late 1990s, Abdul Karim Telgi’s lavish spending of over Rs 80 lakh, equivalent to twenty kilograms of gold at the time, on a dancer in a Mumbai dance bar, caught the attention of police, politicians, and the underworld.

8. The Fall by Michael Wolff

Wolff’s forthcoming book draws on interviews with key figures within the Murdoch organization, shedding light on the Murdoch family’s inner workings, according to a spokesperson for publisher Henry Holt.

9. The Greatest Punjabi Stories Ever Told by Renuka Singh and Balbir Madhopuri

“The anthology, ‘The Greatest Punjabi Stories Ever Told,’ presents a century of exceptional Punjabi short fiction from four generations of authors, including Gurbaksh Singh, Balwant Gargi, Amrita Pritam, and contemporary writers like Ajmer Sidhu and Sarghi.

10. Traitor’s Gate by Jeffrey Archer

Nestled in the heart of London, the Tower of London stands as an impenetrable fortress, its aura of impregnability mirrored by its unparalleled security, safeguarding the world’s most invaluable jewels.

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