5 New Books to Read on Your Next Vacation

Posted by Teddy Minford on July 12, 2016 at 1:45:00 PM EDT | Post a Comment

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The Hopefuls

Jennifer Close

Set in Washington, D.C., this book tells the story of a young couple during the Obama years. It’s a perfect depiction of the political rat race in D.C., as well as a brutally honest portrayal of marriage.

On Sale July 19

The Crow Girl

Erik Axl Sund

If you loved The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, you’ll love Erik Axl Sund’s debut novel. Already an international bestseller, this dark thriller begins in Stockholm, where a serial killer is targeting children. A psychiatrist and detective work together to solve the crimes and end up discovering more than just a murderer.

On Sale Now

Bright, Precious Days

Jay McInerney

(audiobook)

The quintessential New York City book, Bright Precious Days is about a family living the dream—complete with gallery openings, summers in the Hamptons, and a beautiful loft apartment. However, the family discovers they are on shaky ground as the world enters the great recession.

On Sale August 2

Dog Gone: A Lost Pet's Extraordinary Journey and the Family Who Brought Him Home 

Pauls Toutonghi

The title of this book says everything you need to know about this heartbreaking and spectacular true story of a dog lost on the Appalachian Trail. If you’re a dog owner, you’ll likely shed some tears, but rest assured that there’s a happy ending.

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Meet Me in Atlantis: Across Three Continents in Search of the Legendary Sunken City 

Mark Adams

New in paperback, Meet Me in Atlantis explores the possibility of the Lost City of Atlantis. The quest for the underwater city takes him deep into the world of Plato. Adams’ travels take him all over the world in search of Atlantis and the explorers trying to prove its existence.

On Sale Now

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Teddy Minford

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I spent my childhood in Europe before moving to Sun Valley, Idaho, and exploring the West Coast. I now live in Bushwick, Brooklyn, and the only thing I love more than travel is books.

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