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Killing Raven sounds like a good one to me. That is now on my list.
I'm currently reading Everything is Broken: A Tale of Catastrophe in Burma by Emma Larkin. This is about the devastation done to Burma by the tropical Cyclone Nargis and how the leaders of that country were not willing to accept help from other countries of the world. It appears that what was accepted did not necessarily get to the people intended. I'm only on page 77 of 269.
Next on my list is Spark: Lessons from Lincoln Electric's Unique Guaranteed Employment Program by Frank Koller. The cover says this book is about how Old-Fashioned values drive a 21st Century corporation. This company is based in a suburb of Cleveland and my son-in-law works there. I understand this has always been a good company to work for and I thought it would be interesting to see what "worked" for them.
I also have some much lighter reading coming up - just hope they are good and entertaining.