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    Your ultimate guide to the best summer beach reads

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  • Best books for summer to throw in your beach bag

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  • ‘Remarkably Bright Creatures’ author answers reader’s questions

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  • Author Emma Straub talks new book ‘This Time Tomorrow’

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  • What to read this summer: Author shares page-turners

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  • Coach Scott Drew talks rebuilding Baylor basketball

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  • Minnie Driver opens up about Matt Damon relationship in new book

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  • Exclusive: Bill Gates talks divorce, Jeffrey Epstein, Elon Musk

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  • Tunde Oyeneyin on life-changing moment that led her to Peloton

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  • ‘Read with Jenna’ pick for May is ‘Remarkably Bright Creatures’

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  • Janelle Monáe on bringing her ‘Dirty Computer’ persona to life

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  • Terry Crews on abusive upbringing, reconciling with his father

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  • Teacher on mission to donate 1 million books, gets special surprise

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  • Viola Davis shares the life lessons she gives to her daughter

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  • ‘Memphis’ author Tara M. Stringfellow answers fan questions

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  • Author Amy McCulloch uses extreme climbs to inspire her writing

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NBC’s Richard Engel reflects on two decades of turbulence in the Middle East

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NBC's chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel has been covering the Middle East for the last two decades, witnessing the region's transition and turmoil, first-hand, while living there. He’s opening up about his experiences in the new book, "And Then All Hell Broke Loose." He speaks to TODAY’s Matt Lauer about his experiences, his “addiction” to the region, and the new book.