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Raines Reads: 12 Book Recommendations from the Raines International Staff

We at Raines International wanted to offer a twist on our weekly What We’re Reading series, instead sharing Raines Reads — book recommendations for those of you packing for the long weekend or looking for something new to put on your shelf.

Washington: A Liferaines reads washington a life ron chernow by Ron Chernow:





The Vanderbiltsraines reads the vanderbilts by Jerry E. Patterson: This 1989 book looks at the history of the famous Vanderbilt family.




Whoraines reads who by Geoff Smart and Randy Street: Smart and Street’s book looks at unsuccessful hiring and how to find the right person.





raines reads blindnessBlindness by Jose Saramago





raines reads the richest man who ever lived ronald fuggerThe Richest Man Who Ever Lived: The Life and Times of Jacob Fugger by Greg Steinmetz





the romance and tragedy of a widely known business man The Romance and Tragedy of a Widely Known Business Man of New York : The story of William Ingraham Russell by William Ingraham Russell





 and then all hell broke loose richard engel And Then All Hell Broke Loose: Two Decades in the Middle East by NBC News correspondent Richard Engel





 the modern middle east

The Modern Middle East: A History by James L. Gelvin





The Hour of our Deathraines reads the hour of our death by Phillippe Ariès


Honor: A Historyraines reads, honor a history by James Bowman





The Money Game the money game by Adam Smith





Garden of Edenraines reads the garden of eden by Ernest Hemingway





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