Toes in the sand or floating in the pool, finding a selection of summer reads is always a necessity. Join us at TSL this summer, and get your hands on these new selections for summer 2015!
Beach Town by Mary Key Andrews
A perfect beach read just out in May! A story about a movie scout as she looks for the picture-perfect beach for a big movie. After finding a beautiful location in Florida she thinks success is hers, to then be surprised by a unhappy mayor. But remember dear readers, the course of love never did run smooth.
Eight Hundred Grapes by Laura Dave
Fresh off the press in early June, comes a story about love, marriage, and family. Dave writes another page turner about a fiancé with a shocking secret a week before a big wedding, and the hidden secrets that lurk on a family vineyard which is thought to be a true safe haven.
In the Unlikely Event by Judy Blume
June is a great month for book lovers, Judy Blume is back with new adult book. As a child her books may have been prominet in your house or the classroom, but now In the Unlikely Event can bring back some of the those precious memories. Blume delivers a tale of three generations of families who experience unexpected and life changing events.
The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
For a touch of crime to cool the air this summer, try The Girl on the Train which came out in January of this year. This thriller is about a woman who is obsessed with a couple she watches from afar. The two represent her idea of a perfect relationship she thought she once had. It appears to be perfect until crime rips everything apart.
Circling the Sun by Paula McLain
Although McLain’s (author of bestselling novel, The Paris Wife) latest novel won’t be released until late July, this new book is sure to hit the top of the bestseller list. This story takes place during the 1920’s, and tells the story of a young woman who is a horse trainer, adventurer, and aviator all the while being caught in a intense love triangle.
At the Water’s Edge by Sara Gruen
New from the bestselling author of Water for Elephants, Gruen produces a new moving and fascinating love story. The plot explores the life of a young woman who grew up in a privileged household, who then is thrusted into life during World War II in a small village in the highlands of Scotland.
Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee
Out in mid-July, Go Set a Watchman, is an earlier novel written by Harper Lee which was thought to have been lost until 2014. Lee is the author of the bestselling and Pulitzer Prize winning book, To Kill a Mockingbird. Many characters from To Kill a Mockingbird are featured in this novel, but the story line occurs twenty years after the original story. The story focuses on life in the 1950’s and the events that transformed America. This historic literary discovery is not to be missed!