Catch 22

by Joseph Heller, 1961

I was not able to continue reading this book after the first chapter or so. Something turned me off so badly, I threw it away. (I had picked it up for free from a garage sale.) However, it is a Pulitzer Prize winner and classic, so maybe I need to give it another try? 

Catch Me If You Can

by Frank Abagnale, 2000

Memoir by the ultimate con-man. What I remember most is that he impersonated airline pilots. With the uniform and the manner, he is able to walk right into the cockpits and convince everyone he is legitimate. Amazing that no one ever got hurt. The guy had guts, that’s for sure!