Book Club

 

 

During our monthly Club lunches, Tom Williams has kindly offered to moderate a book club discussion. This is completely voluntary and those who have not read the book are still welcome to listen, ask questions and engage.

 

Please email Tom Williams, (ThomasPWilliams@mac.com)  or submit you suggestions in the form to the right with two suggestions for books that you have really enjoyed that may be of general interest for future lunch discussions. He will compile a list and post on this page.

Book Suggestion Form

Thank you for your book suggestions!

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Book for November:

Call Your First Witness: The Untold Story of Abwehr General Erwin Lahousen, First U.S. Witness at the Nuremberg Trial

 

by Harry Carl Schaub

 

The Nuremberg Trial was a milestone in history, the first international tribunal for war crimes ever to occur. As such, much rested on the shoulders of the prosecutors and, in turn, on the witnesses for the prosecution.

Member Suggestions

1.

The Triumph and Tragedy of Lyndon Johnson, the White House years

By Joseph A. Califano

5.

Witness

By Whittaker Chambers

2.

Cloud Atlas 

By David Mitchell

6.

The Centurians

By Jean Larteguy

3.

Paris. 1919: Six Months That Changed the World

By Margaret MacMillan

7.

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4.

Thunderstruck

By Erik Larson

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