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Opps I forgot to mention the question at hand....too many favorite authors...but I'll mention the last few years I've been reading biographies and autobiographies mostly from musicians, as I've been one all my lifeGeorge Harrison I me mineBB King Blues all Around mePhil Lesh Searching for the SoundPaul McCartney The Life.......also The Love We MakeBruce Springsteen Born to Run ......Long Walk HomeRory Block Prove It On MeWarren Zevon Nothing's Bad LuckEric Clapton The Auto BiographyRobbie Robertson Once Were BrothersLes Paul In His Own WordsJerry Garcia Jerry on JerryFrank Sinatra, All or Nothing at All......His wayetc...
Two Years Before the Mast by Richard Henry Dana
A couple of Canadian authors come to mind, Farley Mowat and W.O.Mitchell, their work is outstanding. DonG
Anything by Cormac McCarthy but Suttree is at the top.The Sicilian by Mario PuzoEveryman ,Exit Ghost ,and Indignation by Philip RothAmerican Meteor by Norman LockThe Son and American Rust by Philipp MeyerThe Sisters Brothers and French Exit which is a new movie by Patrick deWittANYTHING by E.L. Doctorow - Homer & Langely ,The March , Billy Bathgate ect.
I'm back, and just finished going through this thread looking for spy/detective author recommendations. I like modern spy more than WWII/Cold war stuff.Which leads me to my latest enthusiastic recommendation - Mick Herron, and the Slough House/Slow Horses series.MI5 veterans and wannabes who it's impolitic to fire for their various misdeeds get sent to an old house in Slough, a London suburb.The stories of these well intentioned unfortunate souls make for great reading - They work for Jackson Lamb, a slow horse in his own right. We learn their back stories eventually, and the author does not hesitate to kill them off and substitute for them as soon as you've gotten used to loving them. I now own the set and yearn for the next one. Any fresh recommendations in a similar vein appreciated.
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