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What books are you currently reading?

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Daniel Silva's first book in teh Gabriel Allon series...I can't remember the title.  There are 20 something of them and I've read the earlier ones before, but I've forgotten them enough that I' starting at the beginning, even if pieces will be familiar.

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"The Cruelest Miles" - about dogsled teams in Alaska in the 1920's who had to go snatch up medicine for dying children in an isolated community. Very riveting, compelling, and informative about future and the way of life at the time. I recommend it. It has good reviews on Amazon, too. 

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The Case Against Sugar by Gary Taubes. The first half is history, and it's rather interesting to see how things played out. 

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Julie Barton's new memoir Dog Medicine: How My Dog Saved Me From Myself, 

This book tells the story about the author's where depression and how her dog saved her. 

A very good read

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"Thin" by Grace Bowman. A memoir of surviving anorexia.

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Surviving Schizophrenia: A Family Manual

I can't find anything good on schizoaffective disorder; this was the closest I could get. It's incredible how much of what I'm reading I can relate to.

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Grunt, by Mary Roach.

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