Sharks have re-emerged as an all-too-real threat this summer with a series of horrifying attacks along American coastlines. In his new book, author Michael Capuzzo recounts deadly shark attacks that took place in New Jersey in the summer of 1916 and talks about the risks sharks pose to humans today.

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