Three-for-one book review on Perceptive Travel

In this month’s Perceptive Travel book review, I take a look at three new titles: Chuck Thompson’s follow–up to Smile When You’re Lying, a bizarre collection by Andrew Zimmern, and an epic, long–gone journey written to a lost son by Bill Raney. I laughed the most during Thompson’s To Hellholes and Back, in which the author marches out to single-handedly combat the “pussification of America” (and I cheered him on as I read, scratched my belly, and sipped a beer)…. Enjoy->

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