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In the Heart of t...
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"Very enjoyable, so far. The description of 19th-century Nantucket and its colorful citizenry fascinates." Apr 10, 2009 12:28AM

 

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Quarterback Dad by Bobby Mercer
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While the football metaphor was fun, I found this book to be more of an amusement than a source of learning about becoming a Dad. Don't get me wrong, I did learn a few things, and enjoyed the manly man's viewpoint on women who are becoming moms, but ...more
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Chris is on page 28 of 229 of Quarterback Dad: Very sweet, so far. It assumes you know little about being a dad, which is refreshing, and the football metaphor is fun.
Quarterback Dad by Bobby Mercer
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In Cold Blood by Truman Capote
In Cold Blood
by Truman Capote
read in January, 2006
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I read this a few years ago and even though true crime has become a prevalent genre in books, movies, and TV, nowadays, this is still an eye-opener. I can only imagine how stunning it must have been when it came out!
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In the Heart of the Sea by Nathaniel Philbrick
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And Baby Makes Three by John M. Gottman
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Well, here we go!! My first parenting book. My daughter is on the way and will arrive July 09. This book does a good job of pointing out how to maintain the strengths in your marriage a time of great upheaval--the arrival of this ubiquitous and deman ...more
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Salt by Mark Kurlansky
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Cod by Mark Kurlansky
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Patriots by A.J. Langguth
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A very good portrayal of many of the major players in the American Revolution. I hadn't read much about the period in a while (like since hight school!) so it was a good way to get back to the basics to understand who and what motivated one of the mo ...more
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Eisenhower by Stephen E. Ambrose
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It's been a while since I read this, but I remember it being a decent overview of Eisenhower's life. I think it focused mostly on his presidency. I remember being interested in his creation of the US highway system. That's about all I can say, since ...more
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