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Insanity Offense by E. Fuller Torrey
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Okay, the author founded my employer, and I needed to read the book for work. But, along with former WashPost reporter Pete Earley's "Crazy," this is essential reading for anyone interested in how America has replaced its mental hospitals with jail a ...more
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The Social Animal by David  Brooks
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This one's been on my coffee table since about the week it was released. Regardless of one's political persuasion, David Brooks is a trenchant observer and terrific observer.
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Chesapeake by James A. Michener
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In a way, if you've read one Michener, you've read them all. But not because, after all, just because you know the history of mankind in Spain (or Hawaii or Poland) doesn't mean you know it for ... the Eastern Shore of Maryland. I started this novel ...more
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Dr Franklin Goes To France by Stacy Schiff
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I heard Stacy Schiff at the 2011 New Yorker Festival and what I heard (on top of what Jeannette said about "Cleopatra") made me vow to read everything she'd written. Her sleuthing to learn never-known facts about people like Vera (wife of Nabakov) or ...more
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Nemesis by Jo Nesbø
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This book is worth looking at just for the yummy photo of author Jo Nesbo. Oops! That was off-topic wasn't it? Like Indridason, Nesbo (Danish) is a master of the dark Nordic novel. His Detective Harry Hole is considerably more likable than the dour I ...more
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Silence of the Grave by Arnaldur Indriðason
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Inspector Erlendur is even more morose than the typical morose noir detective, but that makes him a good fit for the dark Nordic mystery genre introduced to most of us by "Girl with the Dragon Tattoo." Though not as richly layered as a Larsson yarn, ...more
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Sharon I just finished The Shack by William Young


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