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Talk of the Town – June 2015

Top summer reads! Saralee and Larry recommend these books for June 2015, as seen on Talk of the Town June 2, 2015.

  • “Finders Keepers,” by Stephen King
  • “Luckiest Girl Alive,” by Jessica Knoll
  • “I, Ripper,” by Stephen Hunter
  • “What Lies Behind,” by J.T. Ellison
  • “The Hidden History of America at War – Untold Tales from Yorktown to Fallujah,” by Kenneth C. Davis
  • “In the Unlikely Event,” by Judy Blume
  • “Primates of Park Avenue, a Memoir,” by Wednesday Martin
  • “The Water Knife,” by Paolo Bacigalupi
  • “Our Town – A Novel,” by Kevin Jack McEnroe
  • “The Bill of the Century-The Epic Battle for the Civil Rights Act,” by Clay Risen
  • “An Idea Whose Time Has Come,-Two Presidents, Two Parties, and the Battle for the Civil Rights Act of 1964,” by Todd S. Purdum
  • “On the Move – A Life,” by Oliver Sacks
  • “And Sometimes I Wonder About You,” by Walter Mosely
  • “Euphoria,” by Lily King
  • “The Rival Queens-Catherine de’Medici, Her Daughter Marguerite de Valois, and the Betrayal That Ignited a Kingdom,” by Nancy Goldstone
  • “The Witch Hunter,” by Virginia Boecker
  • “The Darkest Part of the Forest,” by Holly Black
  • “A Deadly Wandering,” by Matt Richtel
  • “The Friends of Eddie Coyle,” by George V. Higgins
  • “The Familiar,” by Mark Z. Danielewski