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The Lincoln Hypothesis by Timothy Ballard
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I've easily read more than a dozen of the most popular books on Abraham Lincoln. And I've noticed that most historians gloss over the parts of his life that Lincoln himself seemed to find most important -- that being his deeply-held religions convict ...more
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Desert Solitaire by Edward Abbey
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People seem to either love or hate this book, and I can see why. It's part Walden Pond, part Walter Matthau (Grumpy Old Men) and part Michael Moore. His detailed descriptions of the Utah deserts and national monuments are amazing. His rants against e ...more
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My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She's Sorry by Fredrik Backman
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Another solid hit by Fredrik Backman. He has such a skill for creating characters that we dislike, then learn their backstory, then start to love ... a bit like real life.
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The Travels of A T-Shirt in the Global Economy by Pietra Rivoli
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Ever wonder where your T-shirt (and clothing in general) come from? Where was the cotton grown? How and where did it turn into yarn and then into cloth and then in to my XXL shirt that I wear today? And what happens after I give it to a charitable in ...more
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Agent Zigzag by Ben Macintyre
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What an entertaining (true) story of WWII, espionage, intrigue and double-cross plots ... all the elements that I love in books. A great read!
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Quo Vadis by Henryk Sienkiewicz
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This 122-year-old book, written in Polish in the 1800s, is a fascinating glimpse into Nero's Rome just a few years after Christianity was born. This historical-fiction book is fairly long-winded by today's standards, but I loved the detail about the ...more
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