We all know if you spot a mysterious bag underneath a bench, you should probably move away quickly and call the authorities. Unless it’s full of old videotapes. In which case, you should go home and watch every last one. At least, that’s what Milo Slade, protagonist in Matthew Dicks’s new novel, Unexpectedly, Milo, does. The earnest voyeur discovers a video diary belonging to a young woman (whom he dubs Freckles) and quickly becomes fixated on her best friend, Tess, who ran away when the two were just teenagers and was never heard from again. Slade decides Tess is alive and embarks on a cross-country road trip to find her — all the while battling a demon or two (or twenty) of his own, including the recent dissolution of his marriage and a severe case of OCD. Sound depressing? It’s not. Dicks manages to make us laugh out loud with crazed characters, like Linda, the pancake saleswoman, and Macy, a busty Southern waitress. The end result: an adventure of a summer read you’ll never put down. Available online at amazon.com, $11. Photo: Courtesy of Random House Dust off that library card. We’ve got sixteen more awesome books for your summer reading list. Up to 65% off Nuj Novakhett Emerging Thai-born designer Nuj Novakhett has impressed the style-conscious with her sophisticated, NYC-inspired dresses, tops, and skirts. Even more impressive? Everything is up to 65% off on Swirl.