Just finished reading "the Lion's Game"' by Nelson DeMille. Really. Enjoyed it even though it dealt with a rather relentless Libyan assassin who was nasty throughout. Rex, my cute baby brother, gave me a bunch of books to listen to and all are good so far. Also finished "The Keeper's Son" by Homer Hickam, which was about an actually rumored attack on the Eastern Seaboard during the Second World War by German U-boats. For those of you who are purists and enjoy your history without embellishments, I've learned much about International relations, history, geography and our own government to satisfy most and the fictionalization that goes along with it is just fine with me.