Just finished 3 good ones: Tears in the Darkness
: I can't recommend this one highly enough. It is an account of the Bataan Death March, told through the eyes of Ben Steele, a survivor. Even if you've read a dozen books on this topic, it doesn't matter. Read this one. Non fiction. Killing Pablo
: The hunt for and killing of Pablo Escobar. By Mark Bowden, the author of Blackhawk Down
, and told in the same flat, matter-of-fact style that gave the earlier work such power. Bowden lets the reader draw the conclusions in this ugly, but powerful, story. The Harvard Psychedelic Club: How Timothey Leary, Ram Dass, Huston Smith and Andrew Weil Killed the 50s and Ushered in a New Age foir America
: Pretty interesting, well written, well researched, and informative. If you're old enough to have been a hippie, you'll like this.
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