THIS SUMMER'S HOTTEST MUST-READ NOVELS
That's right. The deeper down this list you go, the farther into the future that book is being published this summer. If you're looking for a good read right now, start at the top of this list and work your way down!
- •Disclaimer by Renee Knight"An addictive psychological thriller."
- •Finders Keepers by Stephen King"Reading a King novel as engrossing as this is a little like backing in a car with parking assist: after a while, you just take your hands off the wheel and the pages practically turn themselves."
- •Dietland by Sarai Walker"Part 'Fight Club,' part feminist manifesto, an offbeat and genre-bending novel that aims high-and delivers."
- •Valley Fever by Katherine Taylor"A profound novel about forces that can nurture or break the strongest connections."
- •The Star Side of Bird Hill by Naomi Jackson"An engrossing and poignant coming-of-age story populated with engaging, well-drawn characters."
- •The Truth and Other Lies by Sascha Arango"German screenwriter Arango's first novel is superior pulp, with schemers all around and plenty to say about fame, identity, and mortality."
- •Circling the Sun by Paula McLain"A full-throttle dive into the psyche and romantic attachments of Beryl Markham-whose 1936 solo flight across the Atlantic in a two-seater prop plane transfixed the world."
- •Kitchens of the Great Midwest by J. Ryan Stradal"Food and family intertwine in this promising debut that features triumph, heartbreak, and even recipes."
- •Villa America by Liza Klaussmann"Beautifully written and surprisingly fresh given the well-worn subject matter."
- •Dragonfish by Vu Tran"Right off the bat, Tran displays the most admirable and worthwhile gift a serious thriller writer can have: compassion toward even the most disreputable of his characters."
- •A Window Opens by Elisabeth Egan"Women may not be able to have it all, but this novel can."