Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot by Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard. Recounts the murder of John Fitzgerald Kennedy and how gunshots on a Dallas afternoon not only killed a beloved president but also sent the nation into the cataclysmic division of the Vietnam War and its culture-changing aftermath. Worth Reading, Bill Oreilly, Vietnam War, Book Worth, Martin Dugard, Bill O' Reilly, Kill Lincoln, Camelot, Kill Kennedy
Defending Jacob was actually hard for me to get into. A book about a father, DA, who is working the murder of a 14 year old boy when his own son becomes the prime suspect. Although it began slow and had a dull climax the ending I honestly did not see coming, which in turn, made the book worth reading. I'm a sucker for an unsuspected ending.
The Man Who Saved the Union: Ulysses Grant in War and Peace by H.W. Brands. A masterful biography of the Civil War general and two-term president who saved the Union twice, on the battlefield and in the White House, holding the country together at two critical turning points in our history.
The Mark of Athena (Heroes of Olympus, #3) by Rick Riordian. The way Rick wove the multiple journeys of the 7 together was awesome. Lots of action, and even though there are some 'stars' (percy, annabeth, jason, maybe even leo), I still liked and wanted to read more about the others (frank, hazel, piper). Great 3rd in the series, looking forward to book #4. (2013)
Excellent reading although I'm not a fan of Bill O'Reilly. Google Image Result for img2.imagesbn.com...