Reading Wednesday: Poverty, Slavery, Falconry, Angst

This week’s reading included a novel capturing early 20th century life for a child of Irish immigrants in Brooklyn, how the great evil of slavery interplayed with a range of decisions before and since our nation’s founding, and of course several Western adventures with falconry highlights mixed in, as I continue my way through CJ Box’s Joe Pickett series. And then some more classics.

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