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Killing Kennedy - what a great book. Filled with amazing detail. I thought I'd read everything about the admin and the assassination; I hadn't. I don't dislike O'Reilly but I do find that he's abrasive on his program; however, I am a fan of his books. Worth Reading, Bill Oreilli, Vietnam War, Bill Martin, Books Worth, Martin Dugard, Bill O' Reilli, Kill Lincoln, Kill Kennedy
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.
Isaac’s Army: A Story of Courage and Survival in Nazi-Occupied Poland by Matthew Brzezinski: Based on first person accounts, here is the true story of how the Warsaw ghetto resisted the Nazis. The 1943 uprising was the largest Jewish revolt during WWII. Scoop: Controversial for its critique of the 23-year-old leader. --Stacy
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.