5 Sizzling Summer Reads
There are few things better than tucking in with a good book on a lazy summer day. Here, five reads for porch, patio, pool or wherever you may find yourself.
A CERTAIN AGE (Harper Collins) by Beatriz Williams
TRULY, MADLY, GUILTY (Flatiron) by Liane Moriarty
This book is a good bet for the beach — and chances are you’ll want to devour it in one sitting. From the best selling author of Big Little Lies comes this story about three seemingly happy families, whose lives are changed forever after what was meant to be just another ordinary weekend barbecue in suburban Sydney.
HEROES OF THE FRONTIER (Knopf) by Dave Eggers
A thwarted American dream and an Alaskan wilderness serve as backdrop to this story of a mother who flees a failed marriage and career in suburban Ohio and takes her young children to the vast open spaces of Alaska to start over in a rambling, rented RV called Chateau.
INVINCIBLE SUMMER (Little Brown) by Alice Adams
I SEE YOU (Sphere) by Claire Mackintosh
A British woman sees her own photo in an ad in the classified section of a London newspaper, but has no idea who took it or why it is there. When other women begin showing up in the same ad, only later to become victims of violent crime, unease turns to full-on paranoia. With the help of a policeman, she tries to unravel the ad’s twisted purpose and find the person who seems to be tracking her every move.