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  • R.N. Armstrong
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    Now reading Kanon's "Alibi". It's historical background is what happened to the Jews in Venice during WWII.

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  • MarkV
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    Originally posted by R.N. Armstrong View Post
    For those who enjoyed Robert Harris novels, I believe you will like Joseph Kanon who has written The Prodigal Spy, Los Alamos, The Good German and others within a historical context for his mysteries.
    I prefer the older 'The expendable spy' by Jack D Hunter (who later wrote ' The Blue Max'). It starts with a young US intelligence officer parachuted into Germany in the last days of the 3rd Reich who initially finds himself infiltrating a werewolf operation (which is not all it seems to be). Hunter was originally a young US intelligence officer parachuted into Germany in the last days of the 3rd Reich who found himself.infiltrating a werewolf operation set up. I won't spoil it for new readers but it is more complex rthan that. Hunter later worked for the CIA.

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  • R.N. Armstrong
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    For those who enjoyed Robert Harris novels, I believe you will like Joseph Kanon who has written The Prodigal Spy, Los Alamos, The Good German and others within a historical context for his mysteries.

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  • Gorque
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    I just finished reading Hillbilly Anthology by J.D. Vance. An insightful look about growing up in Eastern Kentucky and Southern Ohio.

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  • Arthwys
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    Currently reading Behave: The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst by Robert Sapolsky.
    A very interesting dive into Human behaviour and the Neuroscience and Neurochemistry involved in How we respond, and what we respond to:

    https://www.amazon.ca/Behave-Biology.../dp/1594205078

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