33 Books for Vacation 2019
06 Feb 2019
Many authors I enjoy have recently released new books or have a new one being published this year. Below are the beautiful covers with links to reviews and summaries so you can choose some books for the next snow day, a long ski weekend or a coveted beach getaway. Catch up with the authors’ earlier novels this winter and order the new ones so you have a great stack for the summer!
The Best Books to Take on Vacation!
If you enjoyed the addictive psychological thriller The Wife Between Us,
you will love the latest bestseller An Anonymous Girl by Sarah Pekkanen and Greer Hendricks.
If you enjoyed the Brooklyn Jewish family saga The Two-Family House,
you will love to read about Jewish sisters, secrets and the Springfield Armory in The Wartime Sisters by Lynda Cohen Loigman.
If you loved reading about the internet, addiction and crime in The Truth About Thea,
you will love the new political thriller, Why We Lie, by Amy Impellizzeri, available March 2019.
you won’t want to miss reading about the glamorous Hamptons in Drawing Home by Jamie Brenner, available May 2019.
you will want to read about the theater district, 1950s New York and the Chelsea Hotel in The Chelsea Girls: A Novel by Fiona Davis, available July 2019.
If you enjoy reading about family and tragedy set in Apartheid era South Africa and loved Hum If You Don’t Know the Words,
you will definitely want to read about love, family bonds and three South African women in If You Want to Make God Laugh by Bianca Marais, available July 2019.
If you enjoyed reading about tragedy and love in How to Walk Away,
you will want to add to your list Things You Save in a Fire by Katherine Center, available August 2019.
If you enjoyed learning about a real World War ll heroine in Lilac Girls ,
you will love learning about the Women of World War l in Lost Roses by Martha Hall Kelly, available April 2019.
If you were overflowing with emotion after reading The Orphan’s Tale,
you will surely want to read about World War ll spies in The Lost Girls of Paris by Pam Jenoff.
If you were moved and impacted the story of racism and police violence in The Hate U Give,
you will want read about hip-hop and the struggle to achieve dreams in On the Come Up by Angie Thomas.
If you loved reading about a love letter and World War ll Austria in The Lost Letter,
you will want to read about a family secret and World War ll in In Another Time by Jillian Cantor, available March 2019.
If you adored learning about the all women spy ring from World War l in The Alice Network,
you will want to follow the journalist and pilot as they search for the Nazi war criminal in The Huntress by Kate Quinn.
If you enjoyed reading about the woman who made the final meals for death row prisoners in The Last Suppers,
you will want to add to your list this story of three generations of women and a dark secret in Forgiveness Road by Mandy Mikulencak.
So many books, so little time. What will you take on your next vacation?