Here is your assignment if you choose to play along (cue the Mission Impossible music, please!):
1) What kind of books do you read now and do they reflect your genealogy hobby? What was the last book you’ve read?
2) Share your response in a comment on this blog post, in your own blog post (and provide a link in a comment on this post), or on Facebook or Google+.
My thanks to Jacquie Schattner for providing this challenge via email.
The last genealogy book I read from cover to cover was George G. Morgan's Advanced Genealogy: Research Techniques. I am reading Nathan Goodwin's latest book, The Spyglass File, at present on my tablet while watching baseball games. I have the Blaine Bettinger and Debbie Parker Wayne book, Genetic Genealogy in Practice, on my reading table in the family room.
I usually read mysteries, thrillers and historical fiction when I'm watching TV in the evening. The current book is Stephen Frey's Trust Fund. Before that it was James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge's Alert.
I have read and pretty much exhausted the books by David Baldacci, C.J. Box, John Grisham, John Sandford, Brad Thor, Jack Higgins, Daniel Silva, Vince Flynn, Harlan Coben,Edward Rutherford, Mary Higgins Clark, Stephen Cannell, Michael Palmer, Michael Connelly, Stephen Frey, Lee Child and several others.
If anyone has suggestions, I'm open to them!