An interesting piece of the Cold War, an espionage/cautionary tale of what happens when grey people living in a grey world start believing their own lies
Mitchell’s writing is clear, thoughtful, and well organized, he includes a list of sources from diverse areas, as debt truly is a trap for many Americans
The Good Kings by Kara Cooney analyzes how systems of absolute power traps its citizens to make them believe they work in their best interests.
Mr. Gates talks about transforming large organizations from the inside. He has previously been Directory of the CIA, president of Texas A & M, as well as SecDef
Tells the story of the 38 commercial flights, diverted away from the US due to closure of the 9/11, to land the small town of Gander, Newfoundland, Canada
Mr. Gul is an expert on the subject and breezes through acronyms, even though to his credit he explains who they are / were several times in the narrative
Even though Don Quixote – by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra was written centuries ago I found it contemporary, charming, hilarious and accessible.