What to do with such bounty? Well, I'd say we should start a list. I'll start searching in all the usual places and I would deeply appreciate you (yes, you) sending in the titles you've read or heard about.
I think together we can come up with something useful and we can learn something about each other at the same time. (Americans in Brazil meet Americans in Germany...)
We'll divide it into two categories: General books about Americans Abroad (and books about diasporas that mention us) and Country-specific ones (Americans in Brazil, for example).
Here are the ones that readers added in the comments section of my last post:
The Unknown Ambassadors: A Saga of Citizenship by Phyllis Michaux (thank you to DAvS).
The Greater Journey: Americans in Paris by David McCullough (thank you to Janet).
I will get copies ASAP so I can review them. I should mention that I am also reading right now:
American Exbrat in Sao Paulo by Maggie Foxhole (very good read so far)
And I found this one via Goodreads search:
Nightmare Abroad: Stories of Americans Imprisoned in Foreign Lands by Peter Laufer.
Here is the book description from Goodreads:
Oh my, I think this one will be rather unpleasant but it's probably stuff we should all know.
Have a lovely day everyone.