Top 5 beach reads to finish before the season closes

There are only a few beach days left, so don’t forget to grab one of these must-reads to take with you before the end of the season.

Sajf by Ryan Falzon

We’ll start with local talent, of course. This book takes you on an adventure with vintage cars, alcohol, and heartburn. Dive into nostalgic and innocent moments of our beloved island as you turn the pages of Falzon’s first romance novel. You can purchase via here.

Save What’s Left by Elizabeth Castellano

Right out of a disastrous marriage, Katheen settles in a cottage by the sea to disconnect and enjoy a bit of solitude. Little does she know that a wave of construction is about to happen. Read as she becomes part of a community that will do anything to protect their homes and their tranquil environment.

Bad, Bad Seymour Brown by Susan Isaacs

This crime-thriller is filled with twists and turns as a cold case comes back to life. Read the exciting story of ex-FBI agent Corie Geller and her retired-NYPD father working this frustrating case during the pandemic. It’ll have you biting your nails all the way through.

Yellowface by R.F. Kuang

What would you do if your friend choked on pancakes right in front of you? Call the police, right? Not Juniper Song. She stuffs her dead friend’s unfinished manuscript into her handbag and takes you on a thrilling adventure that will keep you on edge till the very last page.

Excavations by Kate Myers

This humorous read involves four women who can’t stand each other and one evil professor, all of whom have the mission of levelling up their careers. Imagine the chaos when they find themselves on a Greek island only to discover an ancient statue with a secret message from the past. 

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