2016 Reading

A listing of the 61 books I read in 2016. Clicking on the image will take you to the Amazon page for the book; clicking on the title will take you to my blog entry for the book.

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The Classical Liberal Constitution
by Richard A. Epstein

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Foolproof
by Greg Ip

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Worth Dying For
by Lee Child

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Night Vision
by Randy Wayne White

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The Devil's Pleasure Palace — The Cult of Critical Theory and the Subversion of the West
by Michael Walsh

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Bloodline
by Felix Francis

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Director's Cut
by Roger L. Simon

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Free Fire
by C. J. Box

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The Evolution of Everything — How New Ideas Emerge
by Matt Ridley

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The Psychopath Test
by Jon Ronson

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Clapton
by Eric Clapton

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Taking a Stand — Reflections on Life, Liberty, and the Economy
by Robert Higgs

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I Am Pilgrim
by Terry Hayes

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Hive MindHow Your Nation’s IQ Matters So Much More Than Your Own
by Garett Jones

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Come to Grief
by Dick Francis

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So You've Been Publicly Shamed
by Jon Ronson

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Monkeewrench
by P. J. Tracy

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Slow Burn
by Ace Atkins

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Hayek's Modern FamilyClassical Liberalism and the Evolution of Social Institutions
by Steven Horwitz

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It's a Long StoryMy Life
by Willie Nelson

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Superego
by Frank J. Fleming

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Galileo's Middle FingerHeretics, Activists, and the Search for Justice in Science
by Alice Dreger

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Blood Trail
by C. J. Box

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Eminent Hipsters
by Donald Fagen

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The Time It Never Rained
by Elmer Kelton

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The Drop
by Michael Connelly

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Coolidge
by Amity Shlaes

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Three Weeks to Say Goodbye
by C. J. Box

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A Dirty Job
by Christopher Moore

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The Affair
by Lee Child

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Dirty Money
by Richard Stark

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Below Zero
by C. J. Box

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The Gentlemen's Hour
by Don Winslow

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Bourgeois EqualityHow Ideas, Not Capital or Institutions, Enriched the World
by Deirdre Nansen McCloskey

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Creole Belle
by James Lee Burke

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Why Do Bluebirds Hate Me?More Answers to Common and Not-So-Common Questions about Birds and Birding
by Mike O'Connor

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The Cobweb
by Neal Stephenson and J. Frederick George

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The Three-Body Problem
by Cixin Liu

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Nowhere to Run
by C. J. Box

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The Fractured RepublicRenewing America’s Social Contract in the Age of Individualism
by Yuval Levin

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Life and Fate
by Vasily Grossman

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The Given Day
by Dennis Lehane

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The Martian
by Andy Weir

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Our Republican ConstitutionSecuring the Liberty and Sovereignty of We the People
by Randy E. Barnett

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Outcast
by José Latour

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The Secret of Our SuccessHow Culture Is Driving Human Evolution, Domesticating Our Species, and Making Us Smarter
by Joseph Henrich

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Live Bait
by P. J. Tracy

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Light of the World
by James Lee Burke

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Never Go Back
by Lee Child

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Against Democracy
by Jason Brennan

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The Kingdom of Speech
by Tom Wolfe

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The Blue Hammer
by Ross Macdonald

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The Lonely Silver Rain
by John D. MacDonald

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Rationalism, Pluralism, and Freedom
by Jacob T. Levy

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On Inequality
by Harry G. Frankfurt

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The Golden BoughA Study in Magic and Religion
by James George Frazer

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You Suck
by Christopher Moore

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Nine Princes in Amber
by Roger Zelazny

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Illiberal ReformersRace, Eugenics, and American Economics in the Progressive Era
by Thomas C. Leonard

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The Servile MindHow Democracy Erodes the Moral Life
by Kenneth Minogue

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Shelley's Heart
by Charles McCarry


Paul A. Sand, sand.paul@gmail.com

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