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One Summer
One Summer by Bill Bryson (1920s)
Recommend. Very insightful, very pithy writing style. Some laugh out loud phrasing. Plus, interesting subject! -- Added by Ecseitziii on 03/03/2014

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War and Remembrance
War and Remembrance by Herman Wouk (1940s)
Recommend. Somewhat contrived in my humble. The winds of war(the opening book) is much better. -- Added by Ecseitziii on 02/28/2014

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The cruel sea
The cruel sea by Nicholas Montserrat (1940s)
Recommend -- Added by Ecseitziii on 02/22/2014

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The Caine Mutiny
The Caine Mutiny by Herman Wouk (1940s)
Recommend. Great book about WWII and the perils of command, -- Added by Ecseitziii on 02/20/2014

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A Small Town in Germany
A Small Town in Germany by John le Carre (1960s)
Recommend. -- Added by Ecseitziii on 02/17/2014

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The Winds of War
The Winds of War by Herman Wouk (1940s)
Recommend. -- Added by Ecseitziii on 02/11/2014

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The Sound and the Furry
The Sound and the Furry by Spencer Quinn (2000s)
Recommend. 6th book in the Chet and Bernie series. All are written from the point of view of Chet, the dog. If you are a "pet" person you will get a kick out of this series. -- Added by Ecseitziii on 02/06/2014

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BUtterfield 8
BUtterfield 8 by John O'Hara (1930s)
Recommend. Little bit of the 20's flapper era and the coming of the depression. -- Added by Ecseitziii on 02/04/2014

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Burning Midnight
Burning Midnight by Loren D. Estleman (2000s)
Recommend. About the 23rd-24th book in the Amos walker p I series. Good writing, plot,etc. -- Added by Ecseitziii on 02/02/2014

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King of the Corner
King of the Corner by Loren D. Estleman (1990s)
Recommend. Last book, date wise, of Detroit series. -- Added by Ecseitziii on 01/31/2014

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Stress
Stress by Loren D. Estleman (1970s)
Recommend. Another book in the Detroit series. Just enjoy this authors style. -- Added by Ecseitziii on 01/29/2014

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Motown
Motown by Loren D. Estleman (1960s)
Recommend. One of the Detroit series set in the mid 60's. Not a great book but I like this guy so enough said. -- Added by Ecseitziii on 01/28/2014

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Edsel
Edsel by Loren D. Estleman (1950s)
Recommend. Estlemans take on Detroit and the building of the ford Edsel. His Detroit series is not a well written as the Amos walker series but is ok. -- Added by Ecseitziii on 01/27/2014

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Jitterbug
Jitterbug by Loren D. Estleman (1940s)
Recommend. 3rd of the "Detroit" series. Not as entertaining as the " Amos walker" series but portrays the WWII era in Detroit. -- Added by Ecseitziii on 01/22/2014

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The Left-handed Dollar
The Left-handed Dollar by Loren D. Estleman (1980s)
Recommend. Part of the " Amos walker" series. Enjoy reading about this Detroit detective. Estleman writes like they used to talk in those old 30-40's gangster movies. Great phrasing, as in all of his books, if some times just a bit too much. But, better a little too much than none at all! -- Added by Ecseitziii on 01/20/2014

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Thunder City
Thunder City by Loren D. Estleman (1910s)
Recommend. First in what is the "Detroit" series. -- Added by Ecseitziii on 01/17/2014

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Ask Not
Ask Not by Max Allan Collins (1960s)
Recommend. This book is about the aftermath of the Kennedy assassination. Latest in the "Nate heller" detective series. -- Added by Ecseitziii on 01/16/2014

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Whiskey River
Whiskey River by Loren D. Estleman (1920s)
One of a series about Detroit. Not nearly as good as the "Amos walker" series by estleman but ok if you like the author. -- Added by Ecseitziii on 01/13/2014

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Appointment in Samarra
Appointment in Samarra by John O'Hara (1930s)
Quick little story about fate. Have read/heard the phrase for years and decided to read the story. Neither good or bad recommend. Easy reading however! -- Added by Ecseitziii on 01/11/2014

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