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    Im half way through Rage by Woodward. Scariest book I have ever read and Ive read most of the insider books so far. Mattis and Coates spoke to Woodward along with Trump.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jigglepete View Post
    Trust me, you're going to love it! The last book I read was Sleepers...#12 in the series...
    Thanks, my eldest son gave me the heads up on how good they were.

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    Home Wreckers, by Aaron Glantz. A great read on the 2008 housing crisis and how Steve Mnuchin and some others that he knew ripped of the American tax payers and took over the housing market. It's extremely well researched through both public documents and Freedom of Information Act documentation.

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