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Monday, May 16, 2011

Books

I've been on a reading bender

-The Best Spiritual Writing (2002)
-The World's Finest Mystery and Crime Stories, 3rd annual collection
-There Are No Children Here, Alex Kotlowitz
-All The Money In The World (How the Forbes 400 Make and Spend Their Fortunes)
-On My Honor (Boy Scouts and the Making of American Youth), Mechling
-Cholo Style (Homies, Homegirls, and La Raza), Reynaldo Berrios
-My FBI (Bringing down the mafia, investigating Bill Clinton, and Fighting the war on terror), Louis Freeh
-God is Not Great (How Religion Poisons Everything), Christopher Hitchens
-The God Delusion, Richard Dawkins
-Cell, Stephen King
-Hokkaido Popsicle, Isaac Adamson
-Brainiac (Adventures in the Curious, Competitive, Compulsive world of trivia buffs),Ken Jennings
-Kingdoms of Sorcery
-Killing Monsters (Why Children Need Fantasy, superheroes, and make-believe violence)
-Bare Bones (Conversations on Terror with Stephen King)
-Smart on Crime , Kamala Harris
-Armed and Dangerous, William Queen & Douglas Century
-Dave Barry's Bad Habits
-Dave Barry's History of the Millennium
-Vietnam Now: A reporter Returns, David Lamb
-Chickenhawk: Back In The World, Robert Mason
-Madness Visible: A Memoir of War , Janine Di Giovanni
-Jarhead, Anthony Swofford
-Flags of our Fathers, James Bradley
-State of the World 2009, The Worldwatch Institute
-Plan B 3.0, Lester R. Brown
-The Areas of My Expertise, John Hodgman
-The Oxford History of Mexico

-The Best American Essays, 2007
-Mexico, A Traveler's Literary Companion
-Monty Python's Flying Circus, all the words, v. 2
-Malicious Intent, Sean Mactire
-Reason, Robert B. Reich
-Don't Drink the Water, Woody Allen
-The Writing Life, writers on how they think and work
-Jimmy Corrigan, the smartest kid on earth

-Best American Short Stories, 2005
-Best American Short Stories, 1990
-The Oxford Book of Essays
-Blind Man's Bluff, (submarine espionage)
-The New History of the World, J.M. Roberts
-The Year's Best Horror and Fantasy, 2008

on deck
-Guns, Germs and Steel, Jared Diamond
-The Mustard Seed, Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh

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