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TEST: 24 books you'll want to take to the cabin, the beach or your favorite chair this summer

TEST: 24 books you'll want to take to the cabin, the beach or your favorite chair this summer

From Nigeria to Sweden to seedy L.A., this summer's literary fiction and mysteries/thrillers provide exciting escapes.
24 books you'll want to take to the cabin, the beach or your favorite chair this summer

24 books you'll want to take to the cabin, the beach or your favorite chair this summer

From Nigeria to Sweden to seedy L.A., this summer's literary fiction and mysteries/thrillers provide exciting escapes.
photo of author Terry Hayes

'Year of the Locust' is a bonkers gem from the writer of blockbuster 'I Am Pilgrim'

FICTION: Terry Hayes' espionage thriller crisscrosses the planet.
"Moon Witch, Spider King, " by  Marlon James

Review: 'Moon Witch, Spider King,' by Marlon James

FICTION: A dazzling, extraordinarily imagined fantasy that explores the events of "Black Leopard, Red Wolf" from a different point of view.
Marcie R. Rendon

Review: 'Sinister Graves,' by Marcie R. Rendon

FICTION: The third in the Cash Blackbear series focuses on missing Native women and children.
33 novels, thrillers and young adult books you'll want to read this summer

33 novels, thrillers and young adult books you'll want to read this summer

Whether you're sipping coffee on the porch, lounging in a beach chair or camping in a tent, you're going to need a book.

Reviews: Four mysteries

Books in brief
Marlon James

Review: 'Moon Witch Spider King,' by Marlon James

A dazzling, extraordinarily imagined fantasy that explores the events of "Black Leopard, Red Wolf," from a different point of view.
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Review: 'Velvet Was the Night,' by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

FICTION: A wonderfully entertaining, slyly feminist novel that takes place in Mexico in the 1970s.
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Review: 'Lightning Strike,' by William Kent Krueger

FICTION: William Kent Krueger goes back in time to recount Cork O'Connor's first mystery — when Cork was a teen.
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Review: 'Razorblade Tears,' by S.A. Cosby

FICTION: When a gay couple are murdered, their fathers — one Black, one white — look for justice.