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WARNING...SHAMELESS SELF-PROMOTION...Hi all, 2-19-21I wrote this book a few years ago. It is available on Amazon and Kindle. It is about 400 pages in length and will come out as an audio book in about 4-5 months. The plotline deals with a health insurance company that seeks to increase its profits by eliminating the most costly (chronically ill), policy holders...in a most insidious way. If the description on Amazon does not interest you, please do not purchase. If it tickles your interest, try it. Click on the thumbnail for a more complete image.Be well, stay well,DougG
A true iron man,
One metric for how good a book is how disappointing the movie is. Can't recommend more strongly for:
Currently rereading (for the third time) The Oregon Desert Good account of ranch life in the Oregon Desert . I kinda enjoy rereads . Another good one was Kon Tiki 1st & 2nd reading separated by 35-40 years
From Huzo:Agree, a good Vietnam era book. GliderJohn
I never considered myself a reader. But, actually I have always been a reader and researcher. Recently I heard a big crash two floors down from bed. Didn't smell smoke and rolled over.Next day hit office door and 5 rolls 16 ft lg of library was on the floor. Plastic shelves suck.
I like military history.......Super fortress, the story of the B29 in action by General Curtiss Lemay, Flyboys, accounts of US flyer Pow's, Unroken, another Pow powerful story. Blitzed, very interesting accounts of Nazi drug use...And like him or not, Bill O' Reilly's series of "the killing of Lincoln, Kennedy etc are well written and free from political opinion.
Everything Harry Potter was fun. Can't wait for my daughter to be a little bit older so I can start chapter book reading at bedtime instead of the stuff we have now. (Still fun, but...)Skippy
Ah, I would be remiss if I didn't mention my all time favorite non fantasy book: "The Monkey Wrench Gang." Who's read it, and for those who have, who is your favorite character? I'm a Seldom Seen Smith man, myself.
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