Here’s our guide to some of the best books that are being released this month…

Troubled Blood by Robert Galbraith: as Strike’s exploits are explored on television once more with the adaptation of Lethal White on the BBC, comes his next crime solving adventure onto the page. Set to be published on the 15th September, very little is known about Strike and Robin’s new case. You can pre-order here.

Once Upon A Tyne by Ant and Dec: to celebrate their 30th anniversary of working together as well as their friendship, the Geordie duo reflect on the last thirty years and what they have been up to together. It is set to be published on the 3rd September.

Tomorrow will be a Good Day by Captain Tom Moore: having captured the nation’s heart with his fundraising campaign to raise money for the NHS, Captain Tom Moore tells his own story in this new autobiography set to be published on the 17th September.

Just Like You by Nick Hornby: this new novel from Nick Hornby explores the pros and cons of head over heels attraction. Set to be published on the 17th September, Just Like You is set to get right to the heart of what it means to fall in love with someone who isn’t like you.

Us Three by Ruth Jones: the actress and screenwriter is set to release her new novel on the 3rd September, following on from 2018’s Never Greener. This new book follows three friends whose friendship is put under strain when an unexpected turn of events occurs.

The Kingdom by Jo Nesbo: this new standalone novel from the best selling author examines dark family secrets and small- town animosity and will be published on the 17th September.