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Men in Blazers Summer Reading Guide

A litany of literature perfect for those lonely, Premier League-less weekend mornings.   


Second Hand Time: The Last of the Soviets,” by Svetlana Alexievich
The Nazi Hunters,” by Andrew Nagorski
Before the Fall,” by Noah Hawley
The Games: A Global History of the Olympics,” by David Goldblatt
Angels With Dirty Faces: How Argentinian Soccer Defined A Nation and Changed the Game Forever” by Jonathan Wilson

Double Cup Love: On the Trail of Family, Food, and Broken Hearts in China,” by Eddie Huang
Quiet Leadership: Winning Hearts, Minds and Matches,” by Carlo Ancelotti
Fedegraphica: A Graphic Biography of the Genius of Roger Federer,” by Mark Hodgkinson
End of Watch: (The Bill Hodges Trilogy),” by Stephen King
Today We Die a Little!: The Inimitable Emil Zátopek, the Greatest Olympic Runner of All Time,” by RichardAskwith

Producer Picks
"The Lords of Discipline," by Pat Conroy - Producer JW
"Hold Still: A Memoir with Photographs," by Sally Mann - Producer Lexi
"The Girls," by Emma Cline - Producer Lexi
"1965: The Most Revolutionary Year in Music," by Andrew Grant Jackson - Producer Zip  

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