Pamela Paul

New York Times Book Review

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The New York Times has put out its picks for the 10 best books of 2017.

NYT best books of the year

The New York Times has put out its picks for the 10 best books of 2017.

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Summer is finally here. It is, after all, 8 million degrees out. Perfect weather to stay inside and read a book.

Summer Books

Summer is finally here. It is, after all, 8 million degrees out. Perfect weather to stay inside and read a book.

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Summer officially began this week. So with all that extra daylight - why not stay inside and read a book?

Essential Summer Reading

Summer officially began this week. So with all that extra daylight - why not stay inside and read a book?

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