This from the Daily Post prompt “Doubt”
“I doubt there are many books using ‘doubt’ in the title…”
Hoh, yeah? Here’s Google’s first ten hits on a [ books doubt ] search:
- Merchants of Doubt, Erik M. Conway and Naomi Oreskes
- Doubt: A History, Jennifer Michael Hecht
- Without a Doubt, Marcia Clark
- River of Doubt, Theodore Roosevelt’s Darkest Journey, by Candice Millard
- Doubt: A Parable, John Patrick Shanley
- Doubt, C E Tobishman
- The Crucible of Doubt – Reflections on the Quest for Faith, Fiona Givens and Terryl Givens
- Faith and Doubt, John Ortberg
- Benefit of the Doubt, Greg Boyd
- In Praise of Doubt: How to Have Convictions Without Becoming a Fanatic, Anton C. Zijderveld and Peter L. Berger
- Reasonable Doubt, & Reasonable Doubt 2, Whitney Gracia Williams
- Darwin’s Doubt: The Explosive Origin of Animal Life and the Case for .Intelligent Design, Stephen C. Meyer
- Dealing With Doubt, Gary Habermas and Ronald T. Habermas
- The Doubt Factory, Paolo Bacigalupi
- Doubt, Vol 1, & Doubt Vol 2, Yoshiki Tonogai
- The Salmon of Doubt, Douglas Adams
- On Doubt, Lee Sales
- Cruel Doubt, Joe McGinniss
- In Doubt, Drusilla Campbell
- Shadow of Doubt, Bobbi-Jean MacKinnon
I doubt I’d ever read all of them, although some look intriguing: Millard’s River of Doubt, and Adams’ The Salmon of Doubt, and definitely McGinniss’s Cruel Doubt.
I doubt the local library has all of them, too, although the historical, the philosophical, and definitely Adams’s collection will be on its shelves.
I doubt I’d review any here, although… any crime title will definitely get a review!
Tell me about any one of the above you’ve read…or name another title ‘doubt’, as a comment.