The first half of 2021 has now concluded, which means it is time for me to post the list of titles that I read during June of 2021. As mentioned in the Reading List of May 2021 post, I did end up listening to fewer items over the course of June than in previous months. Here is what I did manage to listen to. Out of the nine titles that I listened to, there was only one new title, the others I have previously listened to them. The reason for not listening to as many books is due to working on my books about Apple’s new operating systems.
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|No Matter How Loud I Shout: A Year in the life of Juvenile Court||Ed Humes||No|
|Invasion of the Body Snatchers||Jack Finney||No|
|Caves of Steel||Isaac Asimov||No|
|Agent to the Stars||John Scalzi||No|
|Kill Decision||Daniel Suarez||No|
|The American West: History, Myth, and Legend (Great Courses)||Patrick Allitt||No|
|The President’s Daughter||Bill Clinton and James Patterson||Yes|
|London: A short History of the Greatest City in the Western World (Great Courses)||Robert Bucholz||No|
|Turning Points in Medieval History (Great Courses)||Dorsey Armstrong||No|
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