My Reading 2017

  1. Influence Without Authority by Cohen and Bradford (DNF)
  2. Line Into Color, Color Into Line: Helen Frankenthaler by John Elderfield
  3. No Man's Land by David Baldacci
  4. The Berlin Project by Gregory Benford (my comments)
  5. Robogenesis by Daniel H. Wilson
  6. Smart Marketing for Engineers by Rebecca Geier
  7. Ring of Fire by Brad Taylor
  8. Women of Abstract Expressionism by Joan Marter
  9. Clyfford Still, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Catalog 1976
  10. Get a Grip by Gino Wickman
  11. Enemy of Mine by Brad Taylor
  12. The English Girl by Daniel Silva
  13. Night School by Lee Child
  14. Assassination and Commemoration: JFK, Dallas, and the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza by Stephen Fagin
  15. Bradley Walker Tomlin: A Retrospective
  16. Donald Sultan: The Disaster Paintings
  17. Cur$e of Inheritance: How to Protect Your Family from Being Broke, Bitter, and Blaming You by Cindy Arledge
  18. Aspire: 3 Powerful Strategies for Creating More of What You Want, Now by Ole Carlson
  19. Meb for Mortals: How to Run, Think, and Eat Like a Champion Marathoner by Meb Keflezighi
  20. 11/22/63 by Stephen King (my comments)
  21. Zero Day: China's Cyber Wars by T.L. Williams
  22. Mark Rothko from the Inside Out by Christopher Rothko
  23. The Business Ethics Field Guide by Brad Agle et al
  24. Slaying the Demons by Nathan S. Sachs
  25. The Escape by David Baldacci
  26. Tom Clancy: True Faith and Alligience by Mark Greaney
  27. The Happiness Track by Emma Seppala

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