This may be asking a lot from this crowd, but has anyone read any good non-fiction books lately? The last book I read was "As We Speak" by Peter Meyers and Shannon Nix. The book deals with effective communication, including public presentations. A very good book. I recommend it to anyone whose job includes public presentations of any kind. Currently I am reading Richard Evans' "The Coming of the Third Reich" which is the first part of his trilogy on this subject. Evan's is a good historian although the book is a little dry. Shirer's "Rise and Fall of the Third Reich" is a better read in my opinion, even though not as thoroughly researched. On deck is "The Power of Habit" By Charles Duhigg which was recommended by Fareed Zakeria and intrigued me. It takes a look at how habits are formed and how businesses use this knowledge. My physician is pushing me to read "The Creature from Jekyll Island" which covers the History of the Federal Reserve (when I go to the doctor's office I get book recommendations in addition to treatment). Also, a second question is where do you get your books?