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these are the non-fictions books that i like. your mileage may vary.

WARNING! possible spoilers in the descriptions

future perfect: how star trek conquered planet earth by jeff greenwald

west with the night by beryl markham (the first woman to fly solo across the atlantic east to west)

we band of angels: the untold story of american nurses trapped on bataan by the japanese by elizabeth m. norman

star trek memories & star trek movie memories by by william shatner with chris kreski

french impressions: the adventures of an american family by john s. littell based on writings by mary w. littell

seabiscuit: an american legend by laura hillenbrand

no shirt, no shoes, no problem by jeff foxworthy (part bio & part his comedy act)

a cast of killers by sidney kirkpatrick

the world is my home by james a. michener (his bio)

lucky man: a memoir by michael j. fox (his bio)

star trek creator: the authorized biography of gene roddenberry by david alexander
east to the dawn: the life of amelia earhart by susan butler

most anything by joyce a. tyldesley; hatchepsut: the female pharaoh, nefertiti: egypt's sun queen, ramesses: egypt's greatest pharaoh & cleopatra: last queen of egypt

just one more thing by peter faulk

mistress of the vatican by eleanor herman

rita will: memoir of a literary rabble-rouser by rita mae brown

the girls of atomic city: the untold story of the women who helped win world war II by denise kiernan

the spy who loved: the secrets and lives of christine granville by clare mulley

queen victoria's children by john van der kiste

five points: the 19th century new york city neighborhood that invented tap dance, stole elections, and became the world's most notorious slum by tyler anbinder

heads in beds: a reckless memoir of hotels, hustles, and so-dalled hospitality by jacob tomsky

the pirate hunter: the true story of captain kidd

the last founding father: james monroe and a nation's call to greatness by harlow giles unger

updated 9-10-17

Date: Oct. 12th, 2009 12:00 am (UTC)
sid: (glasses and book)
From: [personal profile] sid
I put two of these on my 'look at the library' list: French Impressions and We Band of Angels, because I enjoyed A Year in Provence and I'm a WWII buff.

On further consideration I'm jotting down Future Perfect, too. :-) And I'll bet the Shatner books are fun.

I read Seabiscuit after the movie came out. Great story.

Date: Oct. 12th, 2009 03:11 am (UTC)
sid: (Cosmo 1)
From: [personal profile] sid
I'll be glad to let you know what I think if a) I can find any of them, and b) it's not five years from now! I might forget then, lol.

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