Tuesday, July 5, 2022

Talking to Larry Meiller on Wisconsin Public Radio about Summer reading

 Here are the books and series mentioned on the Larry Meiller Show on Wisconsin Public Radio. You can listen to the interview here.

All This Could Be Different, by Sarah Thankam Mathews

South of Luck, by Jim Guhl

Remarkably Bright Creatures, by Shelby Van Pelt

Search, by Michelle Huneven

Marrying the Ketchups, by Jennifer Close

The Shore, by Katie Runde

In the Woods, by Tana French (series)

Still Life, by Louise Penny (series)

Sword Art Online Progressive, by Reki Kawahara (series)

Kingdom Keepers: Disney After Dark, by Ridley Pearson (series)

Heartstoppers, by Alice Oseman (series)

Rogues, by Patrick Radden Keefe (also Say Nothing)

Fly Girl, by Ann Hood

Mother Noise, by Cindy House

Happy-Go-Lucky, by David Sedaris

The Corpse Had a Familiar Face, by Edna Buchanan and Contents Under Pressure (series)

No Exit, by Taylor Adams

Maximum Bob, by Elmore Leonard

Razorblade Tears and Blacktop Wasteland, by S.A. Cosby

Fresh Water for Flowers, by Valérie Perrin

The Adventures of Miss Barbara Pym, by Paula Byrne

If you want to read Barbara Pym, the easiest book to find is Excellent Women.

The Cat Who Could Read Backwards, by Lillian Jackson Braun (there’s an 18-year gap between book #3 and book #4)

The Stranger in the Lifeboat and Tuesdays with Morrie, by Mitch Albom

The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse, by Charlie Mackesy

The Midnight Library, by Matt Haig

Firekeeper’s Daughter, by Angeline Boulley

This Time Tomorrow, by Emma Straub

Tom Clancy Zero Hour, by Don Bentley

The Wok, by J Kenzi Lopez-Alt

Smitten Kitchen, by Deb Perelman (series)

New York Times No Recipe Recipes, Sam Sifton

Manna Cafe and Bakery Cookbook, by Barb and Mike Pratzel

John Dies at the End, by Jason Pargin (series) 

Dare to Know, by James Kennedy

Upgrade, by Blake Crouch

Switchboard Soldiers, by Jennifer Chiaverini

Jackie and Me, by Louis Bayard 

Horse, by Geraldine Brooks

Slaying the Dragon, by Ben Riggs

City of Refugees, by Susan Hartman

Refugee High, By Elly Fishman


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