Last 3 books you read


Four Pointer
The Wager: A Tale of Shipwreck, Mutiny and Murder by David Grann

Highly, highly recommend this. Absolutely unbelievable story told with great detail. We live lives of great ease and don't realize it. Not too many generations ago, it was a completely different planet.


Six Pointer
Turn the Ship Around - David Marquet
We Were Soldiers Once...and Young - Lt Gen Harold Moore and Joseph Galloway
Good to Great - Jim Collins


Ten Pointer
Currently rereading the original Halo trilogy, so Halo: The Flood and Halo: Fall of Reach. Before that was probably Clive Cusslers The Titanic


Eight Pointer
I've been going down a James Joyce rabbit hole. Just read a bunch of shorts from his collection titled, 'Dubliners'. It's good, speaking to the life of the time of folks in Dublin, early 1900's. It's worth a thumbing. Cheers.


Twelve Pointer
Knowing God - J.I. Packer
The Last Sin Eater - Francine Rivers
A. W. Tozer - The Knowledge of the Holy
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Old Mossy Horns
How to fleece the NCAA - Debby Crowder
1AA talent on a BCS budget - Mack Brown
Gone to Carolina in my mind - various authors
I just wanna play and hug my granny - Tez Walker
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Eight Pointer
Bill O'Reilly - Killing the Rising Sun - Killing Reagan - Killing Kennedy, and several more.
Enjoy his books, but disappointed in Killing Kennedy.

Seems he rewrote everything from past articles and stories, leaving out the statements and stories from people who
told very different stories from the rest.

Oh, and I have the Warren Commission Report, one of the greatest pieces of historical fiction written.

New book coming out today we will get. The Democrat Party Hates America, by Mark Levin.
Hope to use this book with the statics and historical facts, supposedly documented to point out to my die-hard sister-in-law and our niece.

Won't change anything, but it's the fuel I've been looking for all at fingertips.


Six Pointer
First three of the Joe Pickett series by CJ Box. It's like Spenser for hire or Jack Reacher but about a Green Jeans harda$$ from Wyoming. It's a good series for the outdoorsy folk who also like detective thrillers.

Open Season
Savage Run


Four Pointer
The Hobbit by J.R.R Tolkien
Good Hunting by Theodore Roosevelt

I have started "That Wild Country" by Mark Kenyon and "Team of Teams" by General Stanley McChrystal.