Jasia, you asked for it! I'm a voracious reader. Lucky for you, I'm reading only two books concurrently - the other eight gathered on my recent Barcelona trip haven't yet arrived!
The two current reads are Jon Entine's Abraham's Children: Race, Identity and the DNA of the Chosen People - a fascinating read - and Stanley M. Hordes' solidly researched (historically and genealogically) To the End of the Earth: A History of the Crypto-Jews in New Mexico.
Entine's sixth sentence down on page 161 is a bit cryptic: "But our noses and skin (color) are different." This has to do with the African Lemba tribe DNA study and specifically about the Buba clan. I wish it were the 11th sentence instead: "The Lemba study, published in February 2000, directly assaulted anthropological orthodoxy."
In Hordes' book, the sixth sentence is really a paragraph of testimony by prominent New Mexicans before the Inquisition in Mexico City on May 3, 1666:
Item - he also says and declares that in August of the previous year , in the pueblo of Sandia, having complied with the order that he had brought from the Holy Tribunal, Don Fernando de Duran y Chaves said to the witness that he had taken back that which the Holy Tribunal had ordered, to which the witness responded to him, I, too, take back what I said so that the people should not be saying what is being said, that perhaps they arrested me for practicing Judaism, which was said before Don Agustin de Chaves, Padre Fray Raphael, and Dona Catalina Vasques, from which I also ask for mercy as a Catholic Christian [emphasis added].
And I'm tagging Hsien at Eye on DNA, Steve at Steve's Genealogy Blog , Janice at Cow Hampshire, Chris at The Genealogue, and DearMYRTLE.