Good Reads for Dads – Don’t Forget Father’s Day June 17th

You may be looking for a Father’s Day Gift, or you may just want to buy your guy a good book. Either way, here is a list of recommended books for the men in your life. Some are action thrillers, some relate to the world of politics, and some are just plain fun. Take your pick.

 

Our Fathers, Ourselves by Dr. Peggy Drexler: Explores father-daughter relationships

 

The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia by Sansweet et.al. Everything you’ll ever want to know about the Star Wars phenomenon.

 

Big Bob Gibson’s BBQ Book by Chris Lilly: The great grandson of the barbecue king tells his bbq secrets.

 

The Complete Cartoons of the New Yorker by Robert Mancoff: Organized by decades, here are hours and hours of laughs.

 

USA by John Dos Passos: A portrait of modern America in three volumes.

 

A Sense of Where You Are by John McPhee: The story of the great athlete, Bill Bradley.

 

Advise and Consent by Allen Drury: a story of political institutions.

 

Aztec by Gary Jennings: the story of the Aztec civilization.

 

The Kill Artist by Daniel Silva: a story of political intrigue in the Middle East.

 

Redwood to Deadwood by Colin Flaherty: one man’s adventures while hitchhiking.

 

These books are available at Amazon.com

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