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Summer Reading 2019: May Prize Books

Summer is here! At Bookreporter.com, this means it's time for us to share some great summer book picks with our Summer Reading Contests and Feature. We are hosting a series of 24-hour contests for these titles on select days through August 23rd, so you will have to check the site each day to see the featured prize book and enter to win. We also are sending a special newsletter to announce the day's title, which you can sign up for here.

Virtual Vacation Reads: Books Set in Getaway Locations

Do the current stay-at-home measures have you craving a summer getaway? Bookreporter has a way for you to virtually travel with our list of books set in vacation locales. Escape to idyllic spots like Cape Cod, Nantucket, Montauk, Charleston and Pasadena --- along with many others --- with our Virtual Vacation Reads feature. Pick your book(s) to embark on the summer vacation you've been dreaming of. You’ll only have to figure out how to send postcards!

Week of July 6, 2020

Paperback releases for the week of July 6th include Chandler Baker's adult debut, WHISPER NETWORK, an instant New York Times bestseller that, according to Reese Witherspoon and her book club, is "a workplace murder mystery that happens in today’s #MeToo era. It’s honest, timely and completely thrilling --- I was so surprised to find out who the murderer was!"; THE DEARLY BELOVED by Cara Wall, a gorgeous, wise and provocative novel that traces two married couples whose lives become entangled when the husbands become co-pastors at a famed New York city congregation in the 1960s; THREE WOMEN, a riveting true story about the sex lives of three real American women, based on nearly a decade of reporting from Lisa Taddeo; Richard Russo's first stand-alone novel in a decade, CHANCES ARE..., a gripping story about the abiding yet complex power of friendship; and LADY CLEMENTINE, an incredible novel from Marie Benedict that focuses on one of the people who had the most influence during World War I and World War II: Clementine Churchill.