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Summer is officially upon us, which means summer reading is now mandatory, right? Here are six new-in-paperback titles to get you started. "Small Fry" by Lisa Brennan-Jobs (Grove Atlantic, $17). The New York Times and numerous other outlets named this memoir among their Top 10 of 2018; it's the story of growing up as the daughter of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs and artist Chrisann Brennan. ...

As we slip into summer reading season, here are a half-dozen worthy new-in-paperback prospects. "Reporter: A Memoir" by Seymour M. Hersh (Knopf, $17.95). "Just as there are few books about the inner workings of sausage factories, good books about the making of journalism are few and far between, and Hersh's memoir is a welcome addition," wrote The Washington Post in a review of Hersh's book, ...

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When we think about road trips - and, now that schools are out or almost so, we may be - we rarely think about the road itself, especially the big, rumbling, boring interstates that lace together our country. Why should we? They're the method, not the merriment. But consider this: More than half of traveling families will vacation by car this year, AAA reported, as they explore America. We ...

"No Visible Bruises: What We Don't Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us" by Rachel Louise Snyder; Bloomsbury (307 pages, $28) ___ Rachel Louise Snyder's latest book should be required reading for lawmakers across the country as Congress debates expanding gun restrictions for domestic violence offenders in the latest Violence Against Women Act renewal. Snyder, who writes for the New Yorker, ...