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It's really hot outside, the perfect time for some light reading, like our three newest Michael Frayn reissues. Set in the early days of computing, The Tin Men (1965) is a hilarious farce in which a madcap group of programmers prepares for the Queen's visit to their institute with disastrous results. The quirky and compulsively readable The Russian Interpreter (1966) is a Soviet-era espionage story that will keep you turning the pages. And Towards the End of the Morning (1967), a story about journalists at a third-rate London newspaper, features nonstop laughs from beginning to end. Read more about these terrific books, all long recognized as classics in England: