Allrighty. Finished up Darkly Dreaming Dexter. It was OK, I liked the finish. I'll definitely get to the other books eventually.
Next up, I read Neil Young's memoir Waging Heavy Peace. Very good, but very stream-of-consciousness. I enjoyed it a great deal, and read it quickly. I am a big Neil Young fan, so it appealed to me anyway. Forgot his dad was a co-host of the Hot Stove on HNIC back in the day. Neil is a San Jose Sharks season ticket holder, too.
I'm currently reading September Hope by John MacManus. It covers the U.S. participation in Operation Market Garden during WWII. This is the infamous "Bridge too Far" operation that essentially destroyed the British 1st Airborne Division. The Brits have received the most academic discussion for this operation (as is warranted by their heroic stand), so it's good to see some love for the two U.S. Airborne divisions that also participated in Market Garden. Some of the Easy Company members pop up from time to time, which is pretty cool.http://www.amazon.com/September-Hope-Am ... ember+hope