Recently Read Books

  • A Delicate Truth- John Le Carre (fiction)
  • Perfect - Rachel Joyce (Fiction)
  • The Expats - Chris Pavone (Fiction)
  • An Event in Autumn - Henning Mankel (Fiction)
  • Winter in Madrid - C.J.Sansom (Fiction)
  • The Brothers - John Foster Dulles and Allen Dulles - non-fiction
  • LIfe Among Giants - Bill Roorbach (Novel)
  • Empty Mansions - Bill Dedman (non-fiction)
  • Woodrow Wilson (non fiction)
  • Lawrence in Arabia (Non-Fiction)
  • In Sunlight and In Shadow by Mark Helpren (Fiction)
  • Lesson in French - Hilary Reyl (fiction)
  • Unbroken- Laura Hillenbrand (Non-Fiction)
  • Venice, A New History- Thomas Madden - (Non- Fiction)
  • Life is a Gift - Tony Bennett Autobiography
  • The First Counsell - Brad Meltzer (Fiction)
  • Destiny of the Republic - President James Garfield non-fiction by Candice Millard
  • The Last Lion (volume III)- William Manchester and Paul Reid (non-fiction, Winston Churchill)
  • Yellowstone Autumn -W.D. Wetherell (non-fiction about turning 55 and fishing in Yellowstone)
  • Everybody was Young- (non-fiction Paris in the 1920's)
  • Scorpion - (non fiction US Supreme Court)
  • Supreme Power - Jeff Shesol (non-fiction)
  • Zero day by David Baldacci ( I read all of Baldacci's Books)
  • Northwest Angle - William Kent Krueger (fiction - I have read 5 or 6 books by this author)
  • Camelot's Court-Insider the Kennedy Whitehouse- Robert Dallek
  • Childe Hassam -Impressionist (a beautiful book of his paintings)

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

More Recently Read Books

This summer I have concentrated on yard work and reading. Surprisingly I have not been playing much golf. I have been reading a lot and listening to books on my Ipod this summer. Here are some of the titles I have read or listened to that are not listed above:

Ernest Hemmingway - To Have and Have Not
David Hosp -              Betrayed
                             Among Thieves

I really enjoy the way David Hosp writes.  He is a practicing lawyer in Boston.  A few years ago I read another book he wrote called Dark Harbor.  The main character in Innocence and Among Thieves is Scott Finn, a Boston lawyer.  I really like this character. If you are loooking for a book pick up one of Mr. Hosp's gems.

I am now reading Blink.  At the advice of one of my partners, I have also just ordered (i) Rogue Waves, and (ii) Finding Everett Ruess.

If you have any suggestions for a book, please email me or leave a comment on this blog

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