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The best books Kobo read in June 2024

By Kobo • June 30, 2024Kobo Staff Picks

Discover the eBooks and audiobooks that Kobo staffers loved in June

How to Solve Your Own Murder by Kristen Perrin

“I really enjoyed this. Fun, easy read, and though I didn't quite figure out who the murderer was, I was pretty close and to me that's a sign of well-written mystery.” —Carmen

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The Bandit Queens by Parini Shroff

“Finished this last week and have to say it's quite amazing — manages to be a really entertaining and funny cozy mystery while also covering some really heavy topics! The female friendships were A+++. Would search up content warnings before going into it, though.” —Jananie

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The Lagos Wife by Vanessa Walters

“I recently read this one and liked how the story was told in 2 distinct voices:

A British woman who lives in the Lagos compound of her wealthy Nigerian in-laws and feels increasingly alienated.

Her estranged Jamaican-British aunt who travels to Lagos to find her after she goes missing.

I also found the setting interesting and well described (apparently the author herself spent a few years in Lagos as the foreign wife of a Nigerian).”—Anna

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The Deep Dark: A Graphic Novel by Molly Knox Ostertag

“Shouting from the rooftops!! Please read this!!” —May

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Blue Sisters by Coco Mellors

“I can’t remember the last time I was properly sad to finish a book because I enjoyed it so much. Blue Sisters is beautiful. I think Coco outdid her very fabulous debut.” —Alanna

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