O Mag's Top 4 Books for Your Summer Reading

Find out what tops O Magazine's summer reading list.

June 18, 2009— -- What's likely to be on Oprah's book shelf this summer? Gayle King, the editor at large of O magazine, dropped by "Good Morning America" to share some of the magazine's top picks for summer reading.

King said that at O, "the book is really in our DNA because of Oprah's love of books."

Check Out Oprah's Top Picks:

"Columbine," By Dave Cullen

It's been a decade since the shocking school massacre at a Colorado high school stunned the nation, and journalist Dave Cullen's "Columbine" offers vivid details about one of the most disturbing days in the nation's history.

"It was a reported piece; he spent 10 years looking into it," King said. "He really paints the story and tells us things you didn't know."

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"Provenance," by Laney Salisbury and Aly Sujo

In "Provenance," authors Laney Salisbury and Aly Sujo tell the tale of an elaborate 20th century hoax in which John Drewe forges letters, doctors exhibition catalogs and bamboozles art experts into accepting a slew of "masterpieces."

The investigative reporters detail the spectacular scam. Read an excerpt of this book below and check out other books on the list.

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"Pride and Prejudice and Zombies," by Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith

"Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" offers an iconic twist on Jane Austen's classic novel.

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"Stormy Weather: The Life of Lena Horn," by James Gavin

The beautiful Lena Horne became a pioneer for African-Americans in the arts. The singer and actress was the first African-American woman to win an Academy Award for best actress, and "Stormy Weather" offers insight into her career and personal life.

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Get more of Oprah's picks at Oprah.com and go to GMA's special Books section for more great summer reading suggestions.