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Lasso The Wind by Timothy Egan – A Review by Bill Dahl

I have a longstanding personal discipline when it comes to selecting books to read; every 5th book or so -  I require myself to read something published approximately 10+ years ago.  Thus, I encountered author Timothy Egan for the first time. Tonight, I just ordered three more of his … Continue Reading ››

Hue 1968 by Mark Bowden (2017)

I have read a number of superb books about the Vietnam War. Some of my favorites include David Maraniss's They Marched Into Daylight, Stanly Karanow's Vietnam - A History, and Neil Sheehan's A Bright Shining Lie. I've read so many that I honestly paused, thinking I don't need to read … Continue Reading ››