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Discussion in 'Book Forum' started by deerhunter136, Oct 19, 2013.
I like hunting, war, history and outdoor books. What book would you recommend?
Check the book forum, ther are some good ideas there.
Check out any of the books by Peter Hathaway Capstick. He writes about early day hunting/large animal control in Africa, South America, India--his stories are true accounts and will send chills up your spine in some cases.. Great books! You can find lots of his titles on amazon.com
The forgotten soldier- Guy Sojer
Enemies foreign and domestic- Matthew Bracken
These are the two I just finished. I thought both of them were pretty good.
How Few Remain by H. Turtledove. Will cover you on history and war. It's supposes that the CSA won the civil war and then the run up to and 2nd civil war. Great read....very interesting because of all the individuals that are still alive ...Lincoln, T. Jackson, ect...
Undaunted Courage: Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, and the Opening of the American West
Gordon Macquarrie Trilogy; Stories of the Old Duckhunters, More Stories of The Old Duckhunters, and Last Stories of the Old Duckhunters.
Brothers in Battle, Best of Friends.
I loved both. I'm a WWII junkie.