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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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Deb, I am reading that right now too. I bought a copy as a wedding present for a couple I know that is getting married and decided to get one for myself.

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lease contracts, business books, and re-reading all the crap I wrote that I thought made sense at the time.

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Read Jim Axelrod'd In the Long Run last month.... superior read that certainly forces reflections on one's priorities! V

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