AARP picks Sarah Valentine's WHEN I WAS WHITE as a top book for the summer! "Escape with 12 of the season's hottest page-turners: When I Was White: A Memoir. Valentine grew up in Pittsburgh in the 1960s and ‘70s, unaware that her father was African American. She writes frankly about how learning this fact as an adult turned her entire perception of herself upside down, as well as her view of race in America. She questions why her family and others felt the need to hide the truth and wrestles with her insecurities about whether she can ever be “authentically black.”
Nora Roberts and Anthony Horowitz are just a few of the authors with new books you should add to your summer reading list.