Summer Reading: Part I

Just in time for June, a number of outlets and authors are offering suggestions for summer reading. Even J.P. Morgan has a few ideas. Click on the following links to review the titles. For my next post on summer reading, I'll feature some Catholic and spiritual selections:

The Boston Globe

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The Los Angeles Times

J.P. Morgan

The New Republic

David Brooks (See here and here)

Janet Maslin 

The Daily Clog 

Upworthy (with a lovely diagram to make it easier)

Vogue

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