Summer reads for adults

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PHOENIX -- Summer is a great time to grab a beach chair and a good book (or some breed of E-book reader) and settle in for some quality reading time.

If you're not sure what to read, Melanie Edens from the Glendale Public Library shared some suggestions with Tara Hitchcock. Edens has read all of them and these are her favorites.

Fiction
The Peach Keeper  by Sarah Addison Allen
Sacrifice  by S.J. Bolton
The Weird Sisters  by Eleanor Brown
Remarkable Creatures  by Tracy Chevalier
The Hunger Games (trilogy includes Catching Fire and Mockingjay)  by Suzanne Collins
Whiter Than Snow  by Sandra Dallas
Left Neglected  by Lisa Genova
Wench: A Novel  by Dolen Perkins-Valdez
Swamplandia!  By Karen Russell
The Kitchen House  by Kathleen Grissom

Non-fiction
The Pioneer Woman: Black Heels to Tractor Wheels  by Ree Drummond
I Remember Nothing and Other Reflections  by Nora Ephron