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Wander the streets of New York without leaving your beach chair

busystreet When it’s just too hot to travel but you feel like exploring, check out some of our new non-fiction about the Big Apple: My old neighborhood remembered: a memoir by Avery Corman, Gotham unbound: the ecological history of greater New York by Theodore Steinberg, Supreme City: how jazz age Manhattan gave birth to modern America by Donald Miller, The New York nobody knows: walking 6,000 miles in the city by William B. Helmreich, Harlem nocturne: women artists & progressive politics during World War II by Farah Jasmine Griffin. Some novels that take place in or around New York include: Terminal City by Linda Fairstein, Missing You by Harlan Coben, Delicious by Ruth Reichl, Concealed in death by J.D. Robb, Mrs. Poe by Lynn Cullen, The Museum of Extraordinary Things by Alice Hoffman and Invisible City by Julia Dahl.sunset

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