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“‘Passages in Caregiving’ by Gail Sheehy. I’m caring for my roommate, who has stage four breast cancer. It helps you see that people are living the way you are.”

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“‘Crossfire’ by James Patterson. I like his style. I like his detail. I like the way he portrays his characters.”

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“‘American Assassin’ by Vince Flynn. It’s about a 23-year-old high achiever and he’s trained to become an assassin. … I heard about the book from Glenn Beck.”

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“‘Monsoon’ by Robert Kaplan. It was recommended to my brother in Arizona. It’s about America’s foreign policy in southeast Asia, around the Indian Ocean.”

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“‘Heavenly Intrigue: Johannes Kepler, Tycho Brahe, and the Murder Behind One of History’s Greatest Scientific Discoveries’ by Joshua and Anne-Lee Gilder. It’s a book on two famous scientists, and whether Kepler might have murdered Brahe for his notes. I won it at our Astronomy Associates of Lawrence annual Christmas party.”

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riverdrifter 3 years, 9 months ago

One I can't resist reading every couple of years: Great Plains by Ian Frazier.

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