Your Summer 2020 Reading List

Looking to fill in the gaps in your calendar left from cancelled concerts, postponed weddings, and rain-checked vacations? Plunk yourself down for an afternoon and dive into one of these new must-read books. Here are five books to add to your summer reading list.

Fair Warning
By Michael Connelly
The latest from Michael Connelly follows reporter Jack McEvoy as he investigates the murder of a woman that he had a one-night stand with, only to find the situation escalate when he discovers it wasn’t an isolated killing. It’s a fast-paced crime novel that will keep you turning the pages.
Buy it here: Amazon | Indigo

Twilight of Democracy: The Seductive Lure of Authoritarianism
By Anne Applebaum
In this non-fiction read, historian and professor Anne Applebaum explores the phenomenon of “the Great Man” and the seductive force of populism. She considers related threads like the conspiracy theory, golden-age nostalgia, and totalitarianism.
Buy it here: Amazon | Indigo

Eight Perfect Murders
By Peter Swanson
This psychological thriller tells the story of a bookseller who finds himself caught up in an FBI investigation on a series of unsolved murders, because the real list of cases has an uncanny resemblance to the list of murder mystery books that he loves so much.
Buy it here: Amazon | Indigo

Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter
By Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson
In this self-help guide-meets-memoir, Curtis Jackson (aka 50 Cent) offers words of wisdom on embracing change, weaving in lessons he has learned throughout his career as a musician and businessman.
Buy it here: Amazon | Indigo

Self-Care for Men: How to Look Good and Feel Great: Advice on Mind, Body, and Spirit
By Garrett Munce
This guidebook for the modern man from Esquire andMen’s Health editor Garrett Munce goes through the basics of wellness, physical health, and grooming, with helpful tips on using CBD, detoxing, and relaxation.
Buy it here: Amazon | Indigo

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