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So you’re already bored with the summer sequels and sitcom reruns? Don’t worry, we’ve got a list of five hot new releases coming to a bookstore near you, all of which are being released on Tuesday.
The not-so-typical biography
Samuel Zemurray arrived in America in 1891 as a poor immigrant, but by the time he died, he was one of the richest men in the world. Rich Cohen, bestselling author of other nonfiction works such as Sweet and Low, tells the tale of a man who transformed his poverty into the American dream.
The political thriller
David E. Sanger, chief Washington correspondent for the The New York Times, brings you an insider’s account of President’s Obama’s situation room during its most intense moments. Savor the drama of this complex tale before getting burned out on politics. It is an election year after all.
The grilling guide
The Book of Burger by Rachael Ray
Celebrity chef Rachael Ray brings you the ultimate guide to burgers just in time for grilling season. So ditch the ground beef standby in favor of something that will impress even your snobbiest barbeque guests, like her 7-Hour Smoked Brisket Sandwich.
The athletic adventure
Eat and Run: My Unlikely Journey to Ultramarathon Greatness by Scott Jurek
Scott Jurek is the ultimate fitness freak. He’s competed in pretty much every extreme race that exists, including a 100-mile run through the Sierra Nevada, which he happened to win — seven years in a row. Jurek traces his journey to athletic greatness in this autobiography that, if nothing else, might just motivate you to develop your own fabulous beach body this summer.
And of course….
The quintessential beach read
No summer reading list would be complete without one. In this guilty pleasure, Annajane Hudgens thinks she’s over her ex-husband Mason. So over him, in fact, that not only is she engaged to a new man, but she also attends her ex-husband’s wedding. But when fate intervenes and puts a stop to his nupitals, Annajane wonders if she’s been given a second chance at happiness with Mason.
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