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The Vacationers, by Emma Straub. This made-for-a-beach-chair novel follows a couple celebrating their 35th wedding anniversary with their two children in Majorca. But even the idyllic seaside setting can't keep familial tensions from boiling over and secrets from spilling out. In this tell-all memoir, Wilsey chronicles a childhood defined by the implosion of his parents' high-society marriage. Though an ode to the maxim, 'money doesn't buy happiness,' Wilsey thankfully doesn't skimp on the juicy details of his excessively privileged world, complete with glass penthouses, private helicopters, and over-the-top jewels.