5 books to read this summer if you can’t make it to the beach 

By: Katherine McLaughlin 

Summer 2020 is shaping up to be one of the strangest—but most memorable—summers of the century. With the Coronavirus restricting gatherings, sporting events, concerts, and travel— to name only a few things — these next three months will look very different from anything anyone has experienced before. If you’re like me and your favorite part of summer is salty air, singing seagulls, and hot sun but you can’t actually make it to the shore, I’ve rounded up a collection of beach reads to transport you to your favorite coastal town. Full of mystery, romance, family, and...

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