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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Hannie Caulder, Jul 16, 2017.
CJ Box, The Bitterroots and David Baldacci, Total Control
I just picked up one of his books at the used paperback store, my first.
I've read both of those. Being an old Tin Can sailor myself, how could I not?
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I used to be a big fan of Clive Cussler novels years ago.
I just read he passed away a few days ago.
Couple of books on the Outlander series. A couple of books on future wars and future military tech. Still havnt finished my Churchill book, about a chapter to go. I normally switch between 5 or 6 books at the same time. I love to read. Everything from Conan the Barbarian to Quantum Physics.
Overall my favorite is probably Military History.
The Warren Buffett Way by Robert Hagstrom.
Was trying to read The Warren Buffett Portfolio but figured out starting with a lot of money is how you make a lot more money.
So now I am reading The Great Influenza by John Barry. I figure I should try to educate myself a little so I don't sound like all the blow hards reciting memes at scientific facts that seem to be all the rage.
James Michener. Bridges at Toko-Ri.
I finally finished Neon Revolt's Revolution Q. I had to read something else at times because I got so upset... especially late at night reading in bed. It's a very relevant book about "Q" and the Anons. The Cabal is very real and very much alive and working against our freedom... horrifying revelations... not just a "conspiracy theory" book.
The Mote in God's Eye is one of my favorite novels ever. Read it again not too long ago.
Just finished Apollo 8. Very good if not great.
Started an audio book Turning Points in American History. A series of lectures. Excellent so far.
My second time reading this.
The Demon in the Freezer: A True Story
One of his best.
Hope it is not timely.
Reading old Zane Gray westerns.
This time around I'm reading my first Graham Greene, The Confidential Agent.
@Hannie Caulder - Just finished the newest Doc Ford novel, Salt River. Out of the series, I give it a 6.5 out of 10. Interesting info on red tide. There was action of course....but it just didn't hit me like some of his others. A few quotes have stuck with me that I really enjoyed.
This one just didnt get me to turn the pages in excitement like some of the others.
Novel of a Fungal potential pandemic