Now that summer is over – at least by U.S. convention, as this is Labor Day weekend – we resume our book discussions this coming Wednesday, September 6, with the second of three chats on The First Man in Rome by Colleen McCullough.
Our current book schedule runs through December, so it is high time to entertain suggestions for 2007 – at least through June, with an assumed summer break of July.
So . . . recommendations are welcome. Main criteria are: easy available in public libraries or through the inter-library service, inexpensive paperbacks, or online if it's ancient historians. I will assemble the suggestions and submit them to the group for votes.
Here is my frequently updated reading list as a guide.