2020 Reading

A listing of the 90 books I have read so far in 2020. 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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Romance of the RailsWhy the Passenger Trains We Love Are Not the Transportation We Need
by Randal O'Toole

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The Guilty Dead
by P. J. Tracy

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The Darwin Affair
by Tim Mason

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Something Deeply HiddenQuantum Worlds and the Emergence of Spacetime
by Sean Carroll

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Vicious Circle
by C. J. Box

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Let It Burn
by Steve Hamilton

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Your House Will Pay
by Steph Cha

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Great SocietyA New History
by Amity Shlaes

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Why Liberalism WorksHow True Liberal Values Produce a Freer, More Equal, Prosperous World for All
by Deirdre Nansen McCloskey

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Snow Crash
by Neal Stephenson

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The Sentence is Death
by Anthony Horowitz

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Frederick DouglassSelf-Made Man
by Timothy Sandefur

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To Say Nothing of the Dogor, How We Found the Bishop's Bird Stump At Last
by Connie Willis

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Lady in the Lake
by Laura Lippman

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More from LessThe Surprising Story of How We Learned to Prosper Using Fewer Resources―and What Happens Next
by Andrew McAfee

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The BombPresidents, Generals, and the Secret History of Nuclear War
by Fred Kaplan

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Angel Eyes
by Ace Atkins

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One Good Turn
by Kate Atkinson

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The Contact ParadoxChallenging our Assumptions in the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence
by Keith Cooper

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Dark Sacred Night
by Michael Connelly

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A Trick of Light
by Stan Lee and Kat Rosenfield

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Heaven, My Home
by Attica Locke

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Humble PiWhen Math Goes Wrong in the Real World
by Matt Parker

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10% Less DemocracyWhy You Should Trust Elites a Little More and the Masses a Little Less
by Garett Jones

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Invisible Man
by Ralph Ellison

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Broken Harbor
by Tana French

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The Second Life of Nick Mason
by Steve Hamilton

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The American Dream Is Not Dead(But Populism Could Kill It)
by Michael R. Strain

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The Number of the Beast
by Robert A. Heinlein

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Paradise Valley
by C. J. Box

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Noir
by Christopher Moore

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The Diamond AgeOr, a Young Lady's Illustrated Primer
by Neal Stephenson

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Blue Moon
by Lee Child

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The GOAT
by Roger L. Simon

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The Disappeared
by C. J. Box

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The Pursuit of the PankeraA Parallel Novel About Parallel Universes
by Robert A. Heinlein

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The Big Book of the Continental Op
by Dashiell Hammett

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How ToAbsurd Scientific Advice for Common Real-World Problems
by Randall Munroe

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The Secret Place
by Tana French

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Open BordersThe Science and Ethics of Immigration
by Bryan Caplan and Zach Weinersmith

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Exit Strategy
by Steve Hamilton

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The Origins of VirtueHuman Instincts and the Evolution of Cooperation
by Matt Ridley

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Friday
by Robert A. Heinlein

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The Monkey's Raincoat
by Robert Crais

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All the Light We Cannot See
by Anthony Doerr

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The Life and Afterlife of Harry Houdini
by Joe Posnanski

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Confessions of an Innocent Man
by David R. Dow

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The Price We PayWhat Broke American Health Care--and How to Fix It
by Marty Makary, MD

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The Good Cop
by Peter Steiner

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WillfulHow We Choose What We Do
by Richard Robb

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Quicksilver
by Neal Stephenson

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Space Cadet
by Robert A. Heinlein

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Conviction
by Denise Mina

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Fools, Frauds and FirebrandsThinkers of the New Left
by Roger Scruton

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Historical ImpromptusNotes, Reviews, and Responses on the British Experience and the Great Enrichment
by Deirdre McCloskey

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Shakespeare for Squirrels
by Christopher Moore

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The Decadent SocietyHow We Became the Victims of Our Own Success
by Ross Douthat

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In Sunlight and in Shadow
by Mark Helprin

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The Trespasser
by Tana French

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The Adventure of the Peculiar ProtocolsAdapted from the Journals of John H. Watson, M.D.
by Nicholas Meyer

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How Innovation WorksAnd Why It Flourishes in Freedom
by Matt Ridley

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Ice Cold Heart
by P. J. Tracy

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The Hot HandThe Mystery and Science of Streaks
by Ben Cohen

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When Will There Be Good News?
by Kate Atkinson

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The Long FixSolving America's Health Care Crisis with Strategies that Work for Everyone
by Vivian Lee

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The Confusion
by Neal Stephenson

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The Star Beast
by Robert A. Heinlein

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Science FictionsHow Fraud, Bias, Negligence, and Hype Undermine the Search for Truth
by Stuart Ritchie

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A Song for a New Day
by Sarah Pinsker

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Dune
by Frank Herbert

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The Good Killer
by Harry Dolan

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The Dream UniverseHow Fundamental Physics Lost Its Way
by David Lindley

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Squeeze Me
by Carl Hiaasen

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Dear Committee Members
by Julie Schumacher

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Gentle on My MindIn Sickness and in Health with Glen Campbell
by Kim Campbell

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A Libertarian Walks Into a BearThe Utopian Plot to Liberate an American Town (And Some Bears)
by Matthew Hongoltz-Hetling

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Human DiversityThe Biology of Gender, Race, and Class
by Charles Murray

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Starship Troopers
by Robert A. Heinlein

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Fake Like Me
by Barbara Bourland

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Apocalypse NeverWhy Environmental Alarmism Hurts Us All
by Michael Shellenberger

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Stalking the Angel
by Robert Crais

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Big White GhettoDead Broke, Stone-Cold Stupid, and High on Rage in the Dank Woolly Wilds of the "Real America"
by Kevin D. Williamson

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The Power of BadHow the Negativity Effect Rules Us and How We Can Rule It
by John Tierney and Roy F. Baumeister

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The Stranger Diaries
by Elly Griffiths

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The Witch Elm
by Tana French

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The River
by Peter Heller

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Although of Course You End Up Becoming YourselfA Road Trip with David Foster Wallace
by David Lipsky

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Cynical TheoriesHow Activist Scholarship Made Everything about Race, Gender, and Identity and Why This Harms Everybody
by Helen Pluckrose and James Lindsay

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Countdown 1945The Extraordinary Story of the Atomic Bomb and the 116 Days That Changed the World
by Chris Wallace

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Smoke and Ashes
by Abir Mukherjee


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

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