Well, I think I might be out of my blogging slump. Be that as it may, I keep finishing books and that of course means I keep falling behind in my blogging. So, until I can crank out new posts, here’s three more coming attractions to hold you over. As you can see they’re all works of nonfiction. I’m happy to report I enjoyed all three books.
A Secret Life: The Polish Colonel, His Covert Mission, And The Price He Paid To Save His Country by Benjamin Weiser – Yet another excellent book I discovered thanks to my local public library. I love stuff like this dealing with the 70 and 80s Cold War.
The Less You Know, The Better You Sleep: Russia’s Road to Terror and Dictatorship under Yeltsin and Putin by David Satter – Freaky scary exposé of domestic black ops in post-Soviet Russia.
Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI by David Grann – I love when a book lives up to all the hype. Murder, mayhem, corruption, racism, and old-school gumshoe detective work. There’s a good chance this one makes my year-end Best Nonfiction List. Damn near impossible to put down!