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Featuring feminist artists, made-up Scandinavian wellness trends and flailing millennials, June’s best new books are begging to be read.
A young editor at an L.A. art museum finds herself sucked into the disturbing world of a famously provocative feminist artist who goes missing on the opening night of her exhibition. Buy the book
In the first novel from Sarah Jessica Parker’s new book imprint, an Indian wedding brings a family back together, forcing parents Rafiq and Layla to come to grips with certain choices their children have made. Buy the book
Hallowell is a psychiatrist who’s a leading expert on attention disorders. His new memoir is about his unconventional family and the joys and challenges that come with his profession. Buy the book
A funny parody of popular "happiness" books, Pantsdrunk introduces readers to a made-up Finnish concept of achieving well-being through drinking in one's underwear while surrounding yourself with personal comforts. Buy the book
Pekkanen’s (The Wife Between Us) latest is a domestic drama about a married couple and the secret that changes everything. Part Big Little Lies, part The Affair. Buy the book
Hoang’s sweet debut novel follows Stella, a 30-year-old with Asperger’s, as she attempts to come out of her shell and enter the weird, confusing world of dating. Buy the book
A follow-up to The Devil Wears Prada, Weisberger’s latest follows Miranda Priestley’s former assistant, Emily, as she moves to Greenwich, CT, for a career overhaul. Buy the book
Leonard Bernstein’s oldest daughter’s memoir is an intimate look at her father’s life and features a supporting cast including the Kennedys, Mike Nichols, John Lennon, Lauren Bacall and more. Buy the book
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