Mountains Beyond Mountains: The Quest of Dr. Paul Farmer, a Man Who Would Cure the World by Tracey Kidder --- September Book of the Month

  I must admit that I started Mountains Beyond Mountains 6 months ago on a flight from San Diego to Phoenix to Salt Lake City when I was suffering from a horrible case of food poisoning.  The book became a respite between heaves in a puke ridden tour of multiple airport restrooms.  It was not…

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August Book of the Month: Against All Enemies By Tom Clancy and Peter Telep

I read my first Ton Clancy adventure while sitting on a beach and sitting by a pool.  It was “The Hunt for Red October.”  I have since read all of his books and the vast majority of them, for some reason, I have read during the summer months.  I believe that Tom Clancy is some…

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March Book Of the Month “The Emperor of All Maladies”

I love Audible.com!  Each night I like to pull out my Zune and listen to a good book while I load the dishes into the dishwasher and then wash the pots and pans by hand.  I generally get to listen for about 20 to 30 minutes in the evenings and the dishes get done, the…

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Chris Henley: A Published Author!

  I really can’t believe i am writing this post.  I never thought I would be a published author.  I have always been interested in writing but never really thought I would actually do it.  Well, I did!  The result is the really cool looking book you can see in the post.  I got to…

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April Book of the Month "Super Crunchers"

I’ll admit that statistics were not my favorite courses in college.  In fact I purposefully found the teacher that everyone said was the "Easiest" and would get me through unscathed.  I am not proud of my behavior and have since learned to enjoy statistics.  When I saw Ian Ayres book Super Crunchers it resonated with…

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