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ThinkExist.com’s Top Ten Summer Books

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MADRID – ThinkExist.com, a comprehensive quotation search engine with over 90,000 quotations from 11,000 authors, has selected ten books for satisfying summer reading. Whether on the beach or a coffee break, this collection will surely engage and relax the most demanding readers.

1. American Mafia: A History of Its Rise to Power. By Thomas Reppetto. (John Macrae/ Holt, $26.) The story of the rise of the Mafia in America. Reppetto’s tale chronicles organized crime from the 1880s to post-WWII with a self-assured grasp of his subject. American Mafia is an extraordinary journey through America's criminal subculture.

2. City Boy. By Jean Thompson. (Simon & Schuster, $24.) A newlywed couple moves into a Chicago apartment to find that their idyllic relationship is jolted by their chaotic surroundings and their own hidden fears.

3. Ghostfires. By Keith Dixon. (St. Martin's, $23.95.) This incendiary first novel is a compelling depiction of the downward spiral of a wealthy family saddled with addictions that threaten their survival.

4. Hard Revolution. By George Pelecanos. (Little, Brown, $24.95.) Derek Strange, an African-American private eye, is the hero of Pelecano’s look at crime and its victims in Washington. The novel, told in flashbacks, travels to 1968 and revisits a family tragedy set against the death of Martin Luther King.

5. Natalie Wood: A Life. By Gavin Lambert. (Knopf, $25.95.) A contemplative look at an American icon that portrays her intelligence, vulnerability and foreboding fear of ''dark waters.''

6. No Woman No Cry: My Life With Bob Marley. By Rita Marley with Hettie Jones. (Hyperion, $22.95.) This stirring memoir recounts Rita Marley’s life in the shadow of Bob Marley, the reggae hero, whose infidelity and religion intruded on their marriage.

7. Reds: McCarthyism in Twentieth-Century America. By Ted Morgan. (Random House, $35.) The rise of the senator from Wisconsin, whose paranoid struggle to eradicate Communism changed the course of American history.

8. Sepharad. By Antonio Muñoz Molina. (Harcourt, $27.) The author’s attempt to bring to light the ''lives that deserve to be told'' lest they ''fade from memory as if they had never existed'' results in a startling recollection of Spain’s past.

9. Sidney Poitier: Man, Actor, Icon. By Aram Goudsouzian. (University of North Carolina, $29.95.) An insightful biography of the pioneering artist who lived trapped between his talent and the reality of a racially divided America.

10. The Sleeping Father. By Matthew Sharpe. (Soft Skull, paper, $14.) This engaging rendering of a suburban Connecticut family, the Schwartz’s, is told through Chris, who observes that ‘‘anyone who didn't embrace irony was a fool, because whether you embrace irony or not, sooner or later irony embraces you.''

For quotes on these authors and subjects, visit ThinkExist.com, Internet’s most comprehensive interactive quotations page.

Mark A. Lugris

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