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Summer is a perfect time to kick back with a good book — whether relaxing in a hammock, lying on the beach, or waiting in an airport. Book lovers and expert reviewers join Kojo to share their recommendations for the best reads of the summer.
- Barbara Hoffert Editor of the Book Review at Library Journal
- Mark Laframboise Senior Bookbuyer, Politics and Prose
- J.B. Dickey Owner, Seattle Mystery Bookshop
- Blanche Richardson Manager of Marcus Books in Oakland, California
- Mary Gay Shipley President & Janitor, That Bookstore in Blytheville
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