Here are a few books at the top of the charts for summer reading:
What is your spouse not telling you? When Amy disappears on the morning of her fifth wedding anniversary, suspicion is cast on her elusive husband, Nick. With no remains to be found in this psychological thriller, readers must choose sides as they read Amy and Nick’s conflicting accounts.
The Watch by
Told from several perspectives, this literary novel creates a microcosm of war within a single scenario. A lone Afghan woman confronts a small group of American soldiers at a desert outpost in Kandahar, demanding the body of her brother for proper burial. Grieving sister or suicide bomber?—a nerve-racking standoff begins.
In 1858, the lusty, adulterous contents of Mrs. Isabella Robinson’s diary were read in court at one of England’s first and most scandalous divorce trials. This narrative nonfiction work recounts the inner life of the repressed Robinson, the ensuing legal battle with her husband, and the changing face of Victorian marriage.
Stop into the Bookshop and we can help you find the right book for the beach, the pool, the plane or wherever the summer may take you.