- The God Delusion - Richard Dawkins
- End of Faith - Sam Harris
- An American Soldier - Tommy Franks
- The Idiot - Dostoyevski
- Letter to a Christian Nation - Sam Harris
- State of Denial - Tom Woodward
- Why People Believe Weird Things - Michael Shermer
- The Ancestor's Tale - Richard Dawkins
April - September 2006
- American Theocracy - Kevin Phillips
- Lord of the Flies - William Golden
Potter and the Half-Blood Prince: J.K. Rowling - Because
make-believe should be fun
Forms Most Beautiful: The New Science of Evo Devo and the Making of the
Animal Kingdom: Sean B. Carroll
- Don't Know Much About the Bible:
Kenneth Davis - I suspect I know too much about the
- The Pleasure of Finding Things Out: Richard Feynman.
- Misquoting Jesus: Bart D Erham. A scholarly view of biblical inerrancy
- The Family - Kitty Kelley
Bible: - tough read in more ways than one. Has taken me six
months to slog through.
- Taliban - Ahmed Rashid - A history of the Taliban movement
- Beyond Belief: Elaine Pagels - Work
about the Gnostic gospels
Inferno: Dante Alighieri
- 102 Minutes: Jim Dwyer and Kevin Flynn - Chilling human interest stories from inside the 9/11 attacks
- Our endangered Values: Jimmy Carter - Interesting thoughts on views and influence in the USA.
- The crisis of Islam : holy war and unholy terror: Bernard Lewis - Excellent look at the tennets of Islam within context..
Jarred Diamond - A look at how and why scieties collapse.
Kind of depressing but will make you stop and think.
the Book: Jon Stewart - Not as funny as I had hoped.
- Neaderthal - An interesting novel about an extanct group of
- Fabric of the Cosmos: Brian Greene - An excellent
layman's book on modern physics
History of Greece: Cyril Robinson - Well written and
History of Rome: Cyril Robinson - Well written and worthwhile
- My Life:
Bill Clinton - A good read.
- Climbing Mount Improbable: Richard Dawkins -
Excellent book on Evolution
Vacation: Sarah Vowell - A fun trip through American history
F. Paul Wilson - A bit of blood and gore, just for fun
- Darwin's Radio: Craig Bear - Long
winded and too fanciful, but an interesting storyline.
Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order: Samuel P.
Huntington - Very good reading. Interesting and eye opening
- Zen and the Art of Motorcycle
Maintenance: Robert M. Pirsig. I can
see why this is a classic.
Robot: Issac Asimov. Classic Asimov.
- Lessons of
and Ariel Durant. Enlightening essay on a broad range of
- Don't Eat this Book:
Morgan Spurlock. Delightful look at the crassness
of modern consumerism.
- Mao Zedong:
Jonathan Spence. Interesting biography of the man and his
life and times
- My Life:
Bill Clinton. A good read, encapsulating recent
history from one who lived it.
- "A" Is for Alibi: Sue
- "B" Is for Burglar: Sue
- "C" Is for Corpse: Sue
- "D" Is for Deadbeat:
- "E" Is for Evidence: Sue
- "F" Is for Fugitive: Sue
- "G" Is for Gumshoe:
- "H" Is for Homicide: Sue
- "I" Is for Innocent: Sue
- "J" Is for Judgment: Sue
- "K" Is for Killer: Sue
- "L" Is for Lawless:
- "M" Is for Malice:
- "N" Is for Noose:
- "O" Is for Outlaw:
- "P" Is for Peril:
- "Q" Is for Quarry:
- "R" Is for Ricochet:
- Creation: Remarkable Evidence of God's Design:
Grant R Jeffrey
- The Tomb: F. Paul Wilson
- Legacies: F. Paul Wilson
- Conspiracies: F. Paul Wilson
- All The Rage: F. Paul Wilson
- Hosts: F. Paul Wilson
- The Haunted Air: F. Paul Wilson
- Gateways: F. Paul Wilson