‘Doubt’ titles

 

wp_daily-prompt-iconThis 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:

  1. Merchants of Doubt, Erik M. Conway and Naomi Oreskes
  2. Doubt: A History, Jennifer Michael Hecht
  3. Without a Doubt, Marcia Clark
  4. River of Doubt, Theodore Roosevelt’s Darkest Journey, by Candice Millard
  5. Doubt: A Parable, John Patrick Shanley
  6. Doubt, C E Tobishman
  7. The Crucible of Doubt – Reflections on the Quest for Faith, Fiona Givens and Terryl Givens
  8. Faith and Doubt, John Ortberg
  9. Benefit of the Doubt, Greg Boyd
  10. In Praise of Doubt: How to Have Convictions Without Becoming a Fanatic, Anton C. Zijderveld and Peter L. Berger
  11. Reasonable Doubt, & Reasonable Doubt 2, Whitney Gracia Williams
  12. Darwin’s Doubt: The Explosive Origin of Animal Life and the Case for .Intelligent Design, Stephen C. Meyer
  13. Dealing With Doubt, Gary Habermas and Ronald T. Habermas
  14. The Doubt Factory, Paolo Bacigalupi
  15. Doubt, Vol 1, & Doubt Vol 2, Yoshiki Tonogai
  16. The Salmon of Doubt, Douglas Adams
  17. On Doubt, Lee Sales
  18. Cruel Doubt, Joe McGinniss
  19. In Doubt, Drusilla Campbell
  20. 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.

On a scale (1 = not at all to 5 = Yep, gonna buy it) what will you do?

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