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Your 2014 summer reading list

10 great books for you and your family

One of the greatest pleasures of summer is relaxing outside with a good read. If you’re looking for a new book, look no further – we have a wide selection of books in this year’s summer reading list. Most are new, some are old and all will either educate or entertain you during the warm summer months.

  1. A little Canadiana
    Dear Life by Alice Munro. The Canadian master of short story writing returns for your reading pleasure.
  2. For the techie
    Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson. Steve Jobs was a visionary who changed the world.
  3. An autobiography/history lesson from perhaps the next President of the U.S.
    Hard Choices by Hillary Rodham Clinton. A chronicle of what Clinton had to do during her years as Secretary of State.
  4. Get outdoors!
    Field & Stream’s Total Fishing Manual is a great guide for fisherpeople of all shapes and sizes.
  5. Intrigued by international politics?
    No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State by Glenn Greenwald. Don’t even bother trying to hide from this one!
  6. From the King of Scream
    Mr. Mercedes by Stephen King. What would a warm summer evening be without a sense of the uncanny?
  7. It may not be Harry Potter, but it’s still J.K.
    The Silk Worm by Robert Galbraith (a.k.a. J.K. Rowling) is going to be one of the hottest books of 2014.
  8. From the man who brought you The Da Vinci Code
    Inferno by Dan Brown. Murder, mystery and adventure … this time set in Florence.
  9. A modern masterpiece
    The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt. Try this Pulitzer Prize winner that was a long time coming.
  10. An investing classic
    The Wealthy Barber Returns by David Chilton. A classic that should be on every investor’s bookshelf.

We hope you found something of interest on this list. We know we did!

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