If you’re like so many of us among the Friends, not only are you a voracious reader, but you’re also always on the lookout for your next good book. In furtherance of that goal, and because I’m curious, I asked Mayor Paul Foster what he plans to read this summer.
“I just returned from vacation where I was able to begin reading a book that was a gift from my son. It is a biography of George Armstrong Custer entitled Custer’s Trials: A Life on the Frontier of a New America by T.J. Stiles. It has been hard to put down. It’s a very interesting read about one of our nation’s most colorful military leaders. Dynamic, charismatic and inspirational to those he lead, yet rash, egocentric, and insecure”