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neffa3

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Finished up "For Whom The Bell Tolls" - Hemingway. Not my favorite to say the least.
 

smw110136

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Glad this thread popped back up. I am about done with a book and this thread always offers some solid choices.
 

44hunter45

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Currently reading

Salmon and His People:
Fish & Fishing in Nez Perce Culture.
by Dan Landeen and Alan Pinkham
1999, Confluence Press - Lewiston, Idaho
 

F250

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Secret Commandos by John L. Plaster. Autobiography of a soldier who was on a recon team inserted into Laos and Cambodia during the Viet Nam War. They were on their own for the most part : no dog tags, or insignia. Three Americans, and a few Montagnards per team. Inserted and picked up by chopper. Nearly always surrounded by hundreds of NVA.
 

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OntarioHunter

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"Reveille In Washington, 1860-1865" by Margaret Leech. Copyrighted in 1940 so might not be easy to find a copy (reprinted by Time-Life 1980). An interesting and very in depth look into the politics of Civil War. A different perspective from Doris Kearns Goodwin's recent best seller, "Team of Rivals, The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln." Leech doesn't think Lincoln was such a genius.
 

OntarioHunter

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Here's a great read: "Today I Baled the Hay to Feed the Sheep the Coyote Eat" written and illustrated by Bill Stockton. Stockton was a sheep rancher (born into it at Grass Range, MT) who was also highly educated - and WWII vet if I remember correctly. His philosophy of life and death on the ranch is laced with emotion and humor. The writing is absolutely amazing for a lowly sheepherder. Anyone who has experienced that country and the people who live there ... or used to live there ... should read this book.
 

220yotekiller

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I am reading The Irishman, the book the the movie was based on. Pretty tastefull for a hit man book.
 

Birdbander

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Halfway through Gateway To Empire, fifth in the six book series The Winning of America series by Allan W. Eckert.
 

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