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With the hot days of summer upon us, here are some cool readsfrom page-turning novels to fascinating nonfictionfor your every mood and moment of the season. Happy readingand don't forget the sunscreen!
The Darwin Affair
by Tim Mason

"Intellectually stimulating and viscerally exciting . . . Breathtaking from start to stop." The Wall Street Journal raves about this Victorian thriller, complete with Dickens, Darwin, and a madman on the loose.
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The Collector's Apprentice
by B. A. Shapiro


From the bestselling author of The Art Forger comes this page-turner filled with art, history, mystery, revenge and murder. Now in paperback.
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A Death in the Rainforest
by Don Kulick


One of Time's 32 Books You Need to Read This Summer. For over thirty years, Don Kulick visited the village of Gapun in Papua New Guinea to discover how a language dies.
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The Van Apfel Girls Are Gone
by Felicity McLean

"One part mystery, one million parts amazing." Cosmopolitan. Entertainment Weekly, Bustle, and Nylon also pick this debut novel as a summer favorite.
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Southernmost
by Silas House


In this "urgent, beautifully written novel" (Salon), now in paperback, Asher Sharp is willing to give up everything for what he believes in. Except his son. 
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Courting Mr. Lincoln
by Louis Bayard


The story of a young Abraham Lincoln and the two people who loved him most. "An exquisite historical reimagining of a love acknowledged—and a longing denied."
People
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The Lightest Object in the Universe
by Kimi Eisele

"Fans of Station Eleven will particularly enjoy this hopeful vision of a postapocalyptic world." —Publishers Weekly. Indies Introduce and Barnes & Noble Discover pick.
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The Optimistic Decade
by Heather Abel


"Abel is a perceptive writer whose astute observations keep the book funny and light." —The New York Times. Now in paperback.
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Love and Death in the Sunshine State
by Cutter Wood


This true crime story is "a fascinating exploration of love and loss, told amid swaying palm trees and seedy motels." Entertainment Weekly. Now in paperback.
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For more great summer reading from Algonquin, check out this lineup of powerful paperback fiction.
 
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