Posts Tagged ‘Summer Reading’

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Soak It Up!

The JN’s annual compendium of what to read this summer — from poolside page-turners to substantial thinkers. FICTION Israeli author Nir Hezroni continues the story of former Israeli secret service operative Agent 10483 in the thriller Last Instructions (St. Martin’s Press). In Memento Park (Farrar Straus Giroux), Mark Sarvas tells the story of a second-generation…

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Dive In!

Our annual compilation of page turners offers more than 60 recent titles — all with a Jewish connection.   FICTION ■ Sara Itzig Levy, the daughter of Frederick the Great’s banker, is gifted the manuscript of an anti-Jewish cantata by Johann Sebastian Bach’s son, her harpsichord teacher. In the ruins of 1945 Germany, an American…

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