A short and simple Thirteen today. Random biographies, autobiographies and essays off my shelf:
- Adventures of a Bystander by Peter F. Drucker
- Agatha Christie by Janet Morgan
- The Patient Has the Floor by Alistair Cooke
- The Last Laugh by S. J. Perelman
- Shantung Compound by Langdon Gilkey
- Abbey’s Road by Edward Abbey
- Bring On the Empty Horses by David Niven
- Me by Katherine Hepburn
- Confessions of a Parish Priest by Andrew Greeley
- The Sport of Queens by Dick Francis
- Nam by Mark Baker
- Don’t Shoot, It’s Only Me by Bob Hope
- Happy to Be Here by Garrison Keillor
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I don’t read much from this genre. Not sure why.
I love the title of David Niven’s “Bring On the Empty Horses”.
Have a Happy Thursday!
Great list. I love Katherine Hepburn and Bob Hope. Happy Thursday. *Hugs*
Some great books here. Thanks for sharing. Happy T13!
That Bob Hope book “Don’t Shoot It’s Only Me” is an awesome book. He was amazing.
Interesting list. I never read non-fiction, though. LOL!
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I can’t remember the last time I read a biography.
I could read most of those happily.
Not a genre I’m big on, though my mother loves auto/biographies. I bought her the new Bob Barker, “Priceless Memories,” for Mother’s Day.
I read bios, but mostly sports books. Great list!
Oh, interesting. Most of my bios/autobios are either military or political. Comes from being a political science geek, I suppose.
I don’t read a lot of bio but these sound good.