But will I ever read them. In no particular order:
1. Battle Ground Berlin by David Murphy, Sergei Kondrashev and George Bailey (“CIA vs KGB in the Cold War”) [511 pages]
2. From Yalta to Berlin by W. R. Smyser (“The Cold War Struggle Over Germany”) [456 pages]
3. Young Stalin by Simon Sebag Montefiore [428 pages]
4. The Violent Decade by Frank Gervasi (“A Foreign Correspondent in Europe and the Middle East, 1935-1945”) [623 pages]
5. The Country Under My Skin by Gioconda Belli (“love and war” in Nicaragua) [369 pages]
6. My Brother’s Keeper by Amitai Etzioni [460 pages]
And I am still reading Victor Klemperer’s 1942-1945 memoirs of life in Nazi Dresden, which goes on and on and on.