Amazingly, it’s been nearly 3 years since we last talked about good books. Check out the Montana Books section of the blog to find these older posts.
Last month, Bill O’Reilly and his writing partner Martin Dugard put out their 12th book in the Killing Series.
This was Killing the Mob, and anyone that listens to daytime radio heard about it a lot.
I decided it’d be a good time to read some of those earlier books, and boy, I was not mistaken!
I started with Killing the SS, about finding all the Nazi war criminals following WWII. I kept in that timeframe and next read Killing Patton. A week after that I read Killing the Empire, about taking down Japan.
That period of time done, I decided to continue on with the series, but go way back. So I picked up Killing Jesus. I enjoyed it so much that I read it in just two days.
Now I’m going to start on Killing England, the story about George Washington and the American Revolution.
Yeah, it’s a story I’ve heard many times and have read many books about. But it’s always nice to get another perspective.
I enjoy this series a lot, and if you haven’t given it a chance, I encourage you to.
All of the books can be found at the libraries, and with interlibrary loans, you can get a copy from another town in just days.
Or check them out on Amazon, if you like.
Thanks for reading books. Remember, 73% of Americans don’t.