Alexander Hamilton - Scott Brick, Ron Chernow

On the good side, this book is a very complete biography of Hamilton and highlights his importance to the history of the United States.  On the bad side, at time it descends into hagiography.  I found it practically interesting that Aaron Burr was condemned for womanizing, but Hamilton’s extramarital sports were either brushed over or were the implied fault of his wife for not being there.  Still I learned quite a bit.