What's in my beach book bag this month? (NEW and UPCOMING titles!)
We are about to embark on our family's annual Canada Day trip to the cottage. For me, that means campfire singalongs, lots of euchre games, lots of great food -- and lots and lots of reading. Fortunately, being a book blogger, I'm never at a loss for things to read. In fact, it can be a challenge to figure out what to read first!
Here's what I'll be reading this time. Some of these books are currently available, and some I'm lucky enough to read in advance, which I'll be reviewing for you upon my return. (Click the links to read more about each book).
Stay tuned for reviews of these recent and upcoming releases, and also to find out what I'll be reading in August!
Comment below on what's on your summer reading list!
The Lost Daughter, by Gill Paul (Available July 2)
"A gripping journey through decades and across continents, of love, devastating loss, and courage against all odds."
Dragonfly, by Leila Meacham (available July 9)
"From the New York Times bestselling author of Roses comes a gripping new novel about five young spies embedded among the highest ranks in occupied Paris."
One Good Deed, by Davind Baldacci (Available July 23)
"The #1 New York Times bestselling author David Baldacci introduces a new, unforgettable character: Archer, a straight-talking former World War II soldier fresh out of prison for a crime he didn't commit."
Guilty, by Laura Elliot (published May 7)
It begins with a phone call. It ends with a missing child. "Guilty is a gut-wrenching, compelling psychological thriller that will keep you guessing until the very last page."
All the Lost Things, by Michelle Sacks (published June 4)
"An unforgettable young girl goes on a road trip adventure through the American South with her father--but what they're leaving behind is as important as what lies ahead."
Drawing Home, by Jamie Brenner
"An unexpected inheritance, a promise broken, and four lives changed forever: the newest page-turner from USA Today bestselling author Jamie Brenner."