This list will no doubt change from time to time as I am always dealing with new materials in my studies. This list is also not meant to be comprehensive, it is meant to suggest some works that I find interesting for various reasons. The two categories are pretty much self-explanatory.
*none at the moment–taking a short break from this type of reading.
1. Bourne Ultimatum (R. Ludlum)
2. The Grim Grotto (L. Snicket)
3. The Living Paul (A. Thiselton)
4. Teach Yourself Swedish (R.J. McClean)
For those of you who are truly interested (or, just that bored; or, just that much of an “egg-head”), here the much more exhaustive reading list–i.e. the bibliography for my PhD thesis: click.