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Foreign Enemies and Traitors by Matt Bracken

G1000 Glass Cockpit Handbook by Max Trescott

Rockets and People (Volume 1) by Boris Chertok

Shades of Gray by L Parker Temple III



[B] Against ALL enemies, foreign and DOMESTIC


 
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All over but the shouting - Rick Bragg
 
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Deep Work by Cal Newport
 
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Last book was "The Angel of Darkness" by Caleb Carr. Same characters as "The Alienist", a few years later.


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The Subtle Art of not Giving a F**k. It's on Steven Tyler's reading list.
 
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Washington: A Life by Ron Chernow
Beyond Band of Brother by Dick Winters
The Heroes by Joe Abercrombie (follow-up to his First Law trilogy)
Chance or the Dance? by Thomas Howard
Frederick Douglass: Self-Made Mane by Timothy Sander
12 Rules for Life by Jordan Peterson


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The John Wells series by Alex Berenson. It fills the gap until the next Gabriel Allon book comes out.
 
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Here are two great books that I recently finished. If you’re looking for a good zombie book I recommend Zombie Road: Convoy of Carnage by David A. Simpson. If something historical is what you are looking for 90 Minutes at Entebbe by William Stevenson is a great one.
 
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Just finished ‘Titan: The Life Of John D Rockelfller Sr.and another book, ‘Dead Six’.
 
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Just finished ‘Titan: The Life Of John D Rockelfller Sr.and another book, ‘Dead Six’.


How did you like Dead Six. The series is one of my favorite book series.
 
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I just finished reading Kurt Schlichter's People's Republic and Indian Country, back to back. I'd like to find more like them.


I just finished Kurt Schlichter's People's Republic and now plan to read Indian Country next week.
 
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To fill in, I've been working my way chronologically through Joseph Finder's works. They are very good action novels.
 
After being on the waiting list at my library, I finally got Mark Greaney's latest, Relentless, Gray Man book #10. Will be starting that this coming week.



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The Giant Killer - The Incredible True Story of the Smallest Man to Serve in the US Military.

It's the story of Captain Richard Flaherty, a 4' 9" Green Beret who earned a Silver Star, 2 Bronze Stars, and 2 Purple Hearts in Vietnam, then went on to do clandestine work with the CIA after the war, before ending up homeless on the streets of Miami.

 
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Legalize the Constitution
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Catching up on some of the classics this year. Already finished “The Iliad” and “The Odyssey,” now working on “Don Quixote.” In between some recreational reading as well. Read Matthew McConaughey’s memoir “Greenlights,” which I’ll describe as “interesting,” but not much more than that.


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I've not been reading much lately,

did re read the Foundation trilogy (and started the 4th book but stopped, )

Horace Panter's book about being in The Specials (Ska'ed for life)

just picked up Neville Staples book 'Original Rude Boy' but have not started it yet



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Since there has been a lot of discussion about Amazon's production of 'Without Remorse' I decided to pull the book down off the bookshelf, blow the dust off and reread it rather than watch the movie version.


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Porn


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The Terror, Dan Simmons.
 
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I heard the braille edition is the best
 
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Andy Weir Hail Mary and trudging through Clash of Kings


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