President Clinton’s Favorite Books
Latest Posts , Opinion / December 21, 2011

President Clinton stopped by the Today Show yesterday and talked about the books he likes to read.  I was surprised and delighted to discover what the President read and to discover that we share the same taste. Image from Jerusalem by Simon Sebag Montefiore President Clinton says: “Truly a biography of the city“ Lincoln by David Herbert Donald President Clinton says: “A book you could read if you wanted to read a novel… an astonishing book“ The Way of the World by David Fromkin President Clinton says: “[A] one volume short history of civilization” Washington: A Life by Ron Chernow President Clinton says: This is a book for “anybody who really wants to understand how we started should read“ And I agree President Clinton also likes to read fiction, crime fiction nonetheless. His favorite fictional character is Daniel Silva’s Gabriel Allon and I must admin that it is mine as well. Check out Daniel Silva’s Amazon Page. I can recommend any of the Gabriel Allon books, but if you’re new to the series try to start at the beginning. As well as Gabriel Allon, President Clinton also said he enjoyed the Alex Cross series as well as books by…

Thoughts on: In Session by M.J. Rose
5 Stars , Fiction , Latest Posts / October 22, 2011

About: In Session by M.J. Rose is a short book which contains three short stories. This is a unique book because Ms. Rose uses three fictional characters of other authors who visit her creation – a sex therapist. ASIN: B005OLJ3VC My rating for In Session – 5 Buy & Save on In Session through the ManOfLa­Book affil­i­ate account on: Ama­zon  & Audio | Kindle Books Featuring: Dr. Snow | Cotton Malone | Jack Reacher | John Rain Thoughts: In Session by M.J. Rose (web­site | Twit­ter) is a likeable book and interesting as well. The book flatly falls under the category of “fan fiction” but it is written by an established and successful author. The common denominator between all stories is Ms. Rose’s creation of sex-therapist Dr. Morgan Snow  who analyzes three famous fictional characters Lee Child’s Jack Reacher, Steve Berry’s Cotton Malone and Barry Eisler’s John Rain. When I read the synopsis for the book, the first thing that came into my mind was how will Ms. Rose come up with reasons to put Reacher, the drifter, Malone, the covert agent (or former) and Rain, an assassin, on a sex therapist’s couch? After all, many men much less formidable than…

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