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Absolutely nothing.... It's offically hockey season.

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Mr Leeza, what would you like to read about for WWII? Tactics? Stories? History?

I haven't read any of them but parts of the one written about his grandfather. Trooper is the military history person in the house. Combat Commander by Harmon Patton a Genius for War by D' Estes are two of his favorites.

My books tend towards Erotic or Burlesque.

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I'd like to read that Jimmy Hoffa book. I'll have to put that on my list. Right now, I'm reading The Devils Knot. It's about the West Memphis Child Murders and the WM3 investigation and railroading of the 3 that were obviously wrongly convicted.

I'm also reading Dethroning the King, about the hostile takeover of Anhueser Busch by In-Bev. An interesting read if you are or were a Bud drinker! AND..lastly...In the Presidents Secret Service. An interesting tell all by a former SS agent. According to him LBJ had a dick like a horse, and didnt mind showing it off!! ...among other tidbits.

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"I Heard You Paint Houses" : Frank "The Irishman" Sheeran & Closing the Case on Jimmy Hoffa. An interesting Mafia autobiography, some of which took place in NE Pa, an area I'm very familiar with.

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Destiny of the Republic: A tale of Madness, Medicine and the Murder of a President

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WOW PG - that's a lot! Can you recommend a few? Thanks.

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we have a whole bookcase of books on WWII including one my grandmother in law wrote about my grandfather in law who died as a POW one of about 8 bookcases devoted to books on wars.

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Dooms Day Book by Connie Willis. Haven't finished it. I'm frustrated with it right now because I think I know where it's going, and if I am right, it's too predictable. Finished Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand (author of Seabiscuit). It was a great story of the physical and emotional cost to an American POW in Japan during WWII.

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Finished a gem of a ghost story, The Small Hand and then a book called Inherit the Darkness. I found it in a box in the basement - it had a sticker on it 3 for .99 - wow. It was published in 1972, actually not a bad little thriller, but the world it described, as far as how women and men interact, was very interesting. I found it hard to believe that the world was actually like that in 1972 - OK, I wasn't even a teenager yet, but still....

Rdy2play - I agree with you, I don't know that much about WWII, and need to read more. I'll definitely check out Mediterraneo!

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RDY123, I read that a few months ago and hubby gets the blog updates on his kindle. opening up was an interesting read as well and Polyamory.

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