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Get ready to add to the summer reading list. First, Politics & Prose shared their beach read picks, and now Dupont Circle's literary destination Kramerbooks is weighing in with the novels they're loving right now. Read on for Kramerbooks' Sarah Baline's take on why you need to take bring three books to the beach, or the pool, or to your next book club. · Kramerbooks [Official Site]
· The Best Beach Reads for Summer 2014 From Politics & Prose [Racked DC]