I’ve always been a fan of Michener, and last year also discovered one of his contemporaries, reading Leon Uris’ “Exodus” during my first visit to Israel.
There is a reason that this book was made into a major motion picture starring Matt Damon. It’s a splendid story, believable and very personal.
Murder in the White House was Truman’s first murder mystery and it made it to the New York Times best seller list as well as being optioned for a screenplay.
Masello crafts an imaginative story along the lines of “Raiders of the Lost Ark”, tying the Nazi’s fascination with the paranormal to the Allies.
As Marshawn Lynch so eloquently put it, “football is a team sport”. I thought it would be interesting to read the biography of someone who had a successful NFL career.
The Demon Under the Microscope: From Battlefield Hospitals to Nazi Labs, One Doctor’s Heroic Search for the World’s First Miracle Drug
Medical professionals had already discovered that bacteria was the cause of infections and diseases, and antiseptic solutions had been in place since the 1890s.
Wingman was written by the pastor who officiated Jennifer and Mark’s wedding, someone I consider a good friend. But Frank has a much stronger personal bond.