July Book Poll Closing

June 21, 2012 | By | Comments (5)

Voted yet, Bookies?

Just wanted to remind you that you have until 11:59 p.m. ET this Sunday, June 24, to pick one of the four books below. A recap: All four are thrillers, of very different sorts, chosen by July discussion leader Emily Schroeder, who facilitates RealSimple.com’s strategic partnerships. Check them out, then cast your vote. Can’t wait to start reading: They all look great!

The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie, by Alan Bradley

Life in the sleepy British countryside of 1950 becomes notably more exciting for amateur detective Flavia de Luce when she stumbles across a dying man in the local cucumber patch. Bradley’s debut is an award-winning mystery.

A Walk Across the Sun, by Corban Addison

Addison sets his powerful, suspenseful novel in Mumbai, where two suddenly orphaned girls are kidnapped and sold to a brothel owner. An American lawyer on sabbatical in India, working to prosecute human traffickers, comes across the sisters’ case—but can he save them?

Gone Girl, by Gillian Flynn

On the morning of her fifth wedding anniversary, Amy Dunne disappears. The prime suspect? Her husband. He’s not as distraught as the public would like, but is he really a killer? A thriller about the secrets people keep in relationships.

The Lifeboat, by Charlotte Rogan

Two years after the sinking of the Titanic, another ocean liner goes down. Onboard one lifeboat, newlywed (and newly widowed) Grace struggles for her life as the overcrowded vessel drifts for days, supplies run low, and the horrible realization looms that not every passenger will survive.

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