May 07, 2014 11:02
by Ashleigh Bonica
The Pink Suit
by Nicole Mary Kelby
The story of a fictional seamstress who worked on the infamous pink suit Jackie Kennedy wore that fateful day in 1963 when her husband was assassinated. For anyone who’s interested in fashion and politics, this is an interesting look at the first lady’s dress choices.
Boyfriends We’ve All Had (and Shouldn’t Have)
by Mandy Nolan
Want a LOL-worthy read for the couch? Pick up a copy of comedienne Mandy Nolan’s field guide to male flaws. Think of it as an adult’s version of the Mr Men series, with 20 types to deconstruct – Mr Messy, Mr Can’t Commit, Mr New Age and Mr Married for starters. Once you’re done with it, pass it onto your single girlfriends!
What Would Audrey Do? Timeless Lessons For Living With Grace & Style
by Pamela Keogh
Carry yourself like Audrey and embrace life’s lovelier moments. There’s dating advice from a woman who enjoyed romances with William Holden and JFK, tips on raising children (and husbands) and practical advice on how to pack.
by Donna Tartt
If you enjoyed The Secret History, you’re sure to love Tartt’s latest Pulitzer Prize-winning novel. A thick one, yes, but you’ll get through it in a few sessions it’s so gripping. Filled with gorgeous prose and an entertaining plotline, it tells the coming-of-age story of a boy who loses his mother but gains a priceless work of art.
The Walking Dead: Rise Of The Governor
by Robert Kirkman
Are you obsessed with The Walking Dead? Why not turn off the TV and wile away your afternoon with an edge-of-your-seat page-turner about a city ravaged by a zombie apocalypse? Brace yourself for the ending!