The search for a storied queso thought to be imbued with magical powers takes the author from a Michigan deli to a dank cave in Spain. Read more: http://www.oprah.com/book/The-Telling-Room?editors_pick_id=44666#ixzz2cWi9hkEP
Death in the Vines: A Verlaque and Bonnet Provencal Mystery
A memoir that shows us how to transcend our childhoods, even the wildest, toughest, drug-infested ones that take place in trash-filled houses on the end of a dead-end road—it's heartbreaking and smart. Read, cry, read and repeat.
In The Last Summer of the Camperdowns (Liveright), by Elizabeth Kelly, Riddle is the privileged only daughter of a politician and an icy, self-centered former actress—parents who never put her first. The plot unfolds like the Cape Cod season itself—beginning lazily, languidly, before heating up and morphing into a fast-paced thriller. — Abbe Wrigh
Lily Dane and Budgie Byrne have vacationed together in Seaview, Rhode Island, since they were babies, and are close in the way only two people who've known each other forever can be. The problem is they don't actually like each other anymore.