Just finished the latest Dresden files, but mostly reading history right now. Artillery of Gettysburg and nathanial Philbrick book on Boston prior to the Revolution, really like Philbrick for American history.
Is this the "Bunker Hill" one? I was just looking at that and pondering adding it to my 'to-read' list for this year. I'm chugging along through a Complete Idiot's Guide to the American Revolution because as I've been reading another book that happens to take place in this time, I'm realizing how much I don't remember from school. So the Revolution is my subject of choice for 2014 and good reads are needed! I'm going to add Nathanial Philbrick to my authors to watch list, too. Looks like he's got some good topics.