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What I'm Reading

  • Daniel Silva: The English Spy

    Daniel Silva: The English Spy
    Daniel Silva is one of my favorite authors. Many years ago, I judged a book by its cover and purchases, "Mark of the Assassin." I think I have read every one of his books and I highly recommend you give him a try. His Gabriel Allon series is a great way to enjoy a spy thriller. I can't say enough of how much I enjoy the way Silva shares a story.

  • Eric Blehm: Legend: A Harrowing Story from the Vietnam War of One's Green Beret's Heroic Mission to Rescue a Special Forces Team Caught Behind Enemy Lines
    As I'm sure you know, I like to read both fiction and nonfiction. When it comes to nonfiction, I enjoy reading about stories related to the military, oftentimes, special forces. Legend is a fantastic book. When I read this book, as when I read similar ones, I can't help but appreciate those that fight for all of us and those that died in honor, protecting us. You should read this book. You won't be disappointed.
  • Bill O'Reilly: Killing Jesus

    Bill O'Reilly: Killing Jesus
    I'm a little over halfway through this book and find it an easy read, yet very interesting and informative. I know some of you have read this book as well and have commented you too found it to be a worthy read. I would also recommend two other "killing ..." books. Both go into some depth beyond the main characters. Killing Lincoln and Killing Patton are books I give credit for providing much information I had never known. Highly Recommended

  • Jason Redman: The Trident: The Forging and Reforging of a Navy SEAL Leader

    Jason Redman: The Trident: The Forging and Reforging of a Navy SEAL Leader
    Fantastic book. True story about a Navy SEAL who learned from his many mistakes in life. Personal story about a husband, father, and warrior. I highly recommend this book. I read a similar book awhile back called, Fearless. Another fantastic read. Finished Even if you do not read books about the military, you should read these two books. They are both so much more than reading what it's like to be a Navy SEAL. Both are personal stories. Of the two, I would recommend Fearless first. Seriously, take the time to read Fearless and then Trident. Neither will disappoint.

Shows I Watch

  • House of Cards
    A must watch television. This show is in season three. Believe me, you will love this show and at times hate what goes on with the plot. The show can be found on Netflix. Highly recommended.
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