TBR: Clear the bookshelf and Fix educational mishaps

Mindhunter: Inside the FBI's Elite Serial Crime Unit - John E. Douglas, Mark Olshaker My Undercover Years With The Ku Klux Klan - Gary Thomas Rowe No One Here Gets Out Alive - Jerry Hopkins, Danny Sugarman Massacre at Waco: The Shocking True Story of Cult Leader David Koresh and the Branch Davidians - Clifford L. Linedecker The Family - Ed Sanders A Separate Peace - John Knowles 1984 - George Orwell, Erich Fromm

I went through a phase where I went to the used bookstore once or twice a week and bought a few books every time and Shock of all Shocks I bought things I didn't end up reading. What is actually shocking is I still have some of these books lurking around. Ten Years Later. Any who, I've moved many times and have been dragging these around things around with me and no big surprise I'm not really interested in them anymore but at the same time I can't not read them at this point, I've been carrying them around too long.  I'm also currently working on fixing some of my high school reading failings. So I went down to the bookshelf and picked off the books that fit those two categories (and 5 Agatha Christie books that I can't remember if I bought new or used but associate with ages 14-17).  Basically what I'm saying is I pulled 12 books of my bookshelf and my TBR just grew with books I'm mostly not thrilled about.