With many of you knowing that I'm such a voracious reader, I get emails from time to time inquiring as to what I'm currently reading. Here's what I've been reading lately.
First, with the 50th "anniversary" of the JFK assassination on the horizon, my interest in the conspiracy theories has been rekindled. Not wanting to re-cover the same territory, I went in search of some new material. First, I found this excellent piece of historical fiction from author Stephen Hunter:
And believe it or not, one of the foremost experts on the assassination is the actor, Richard Belzer. His latest book details all of the mysterious, untimely deaths of persons linked to the events of November 1963.
Moving on, you likely know that I'm a big fan of the "one man Death Squad" fiction genre. Whether it's Tom Clancy, Ted Bell, Vince Flynn (who sadly succumbed to cancer a few months ago), Brad Thor or Daniel Silva, I'm almost certain to hit Barnes&Noble as soon as a new release is published. If you haven't yet read the latest from Brad Thor, I strongly encourage you to do so immediately. It's right up your alley. Suspenseful but with a primary theme of corruption at The Federal Reserve.
And finally...I just bought this book yesterday and plan to crack it open tonight. Though I doubt that anything can rescue America from its descent into statist tyranny, the author vows to give it the old college try. OK, then. I suppose that the least I can do is read his book. Who knows...maybe he's onto something.
Have fun and happy reading.