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Pick for the beach: Summer book binge starts now

5:35 PM, Jun. 8, 2013
There is no shortage of new books to keep readers busy this summer.
There is no shortage of new books to keep readers busy this summer.
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There are only 12 weeks until Labor Day, and there are lots of great novels to be devoured - mysteries, spy thrillers, family sagas and historical fiction. Here are 12 picks to get you started.

"The Last Summer of the Camperdowns,'' by Elizabeth Kelly. Summer brings a hundred new novels set at the seashore, with requisite beach-towel-and-beach-umbrella covers. But Elizabeth Kelly's latest (follow-up to "Apologize, Apologize") offers a quirkier variation: Set on Cape Cod in 1972, its 12-year-old narrator sports the improbable name of Riddle James Camperdown and witnesses a crime. ...

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