While I'm in the forum, I started three books this week: One for work, one for exercising my mind, and one for fun. They are (in no particular order, well, the order I pulled them out of my briefcase):
Anarchy and Legal Order: Law and Politics for a Stateless Society by Gary Chartier,
But Didn't We Have Fun: An Informal History of Baseball's Pioneer Era by Peter Morris, and
What Women Want: The Science of Female Shopping by Paco Underhill.
I'll let y'all figure out which belongs in which category.
So far, I think one of the authors is off his rocker, another is a poor writer, and the third is very educational. You'd probably be surprised by which is which...