Every once in a while I find a non-fiction book that is intriguing and or funny. This month I've found two!
Here they are.
The Double Life of Katharine Clark by Katharine Gregorio. This is a book about its namesake and how she helped a communist official get his ideas to the rest of the world. Really interesting read about Europe after WWII.
Clanlands by Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish. This book is part memoir, part history lesson, and part good-humored harassment between the co-authors. It's about Scotland and its history and people.
Whether you buy or borrow, check these books out!
Question to ponder:
How do I broaden my horizons or knowledge of history?
Stay curious friends!