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Book: Half Wit by clown
In this erotic surrealist tale of alienation and infatuation, an aimless childlike man is casually manipulated by an enigmatic lover who lures him to a realm of illusions and fantasies. He can't explain why he would do anything to keep her. Has she given him the missing pieces of his humanity or taken something more valuable, his innocence?
 
Book: The C Word by Susan Chappelle
From the outside looking in, life as the travel assistant to the CEO of a luxury cruise line might seem exciting. But when the boss and his mistress are embezzling, the owner is laundering and the company lawyer is working a Ponzi scheme to the tune of millions... things can be... complicated. Skye Campbell finds her loyalties stretched between protecting her hard working colleagues and keeping [...]
 
Book: The Sundial Salesman by Chassis Albuquerque
My phone in my pocket rang. I didn't answer. Because it could only be a woman, one of my shady parents or someone I owed money to. And I didn't want to speak to any of them. Downtown Tokyo, New York - Things to do in Downtown? Well, you could get stabbed, see young mothers aged 14 and younger pushing prams or overhear loud arguments on mobile phones about who unfaithfully slept with who the night [...]
 
Book: If A Passive-Progressive Leads from Behind, he is A Double Oxymoron - A Collection of Satire by Don Storch
If A Passive-Progressive Leads From behind He is a Double Oxymoron, satirically describes how and why a leaderless and rudderless nation is floundering. One could call the messaging by the lead character duplicitous. He is delivering mixed messages that are in conflict with one another and confusing at best. It reflects upon the first six years of President Barack Obama's plethora of double [...]
 
Book: Waking Up Naked by Grant M. Handgis
Waking up naked is a philosophical metaphor for the condition of finding oneself no longer completely clueless in life, yet without practice, or a plan, and feeling rather socially vulnerable. "Waking Up Naked" takes up where "I Have Mine... Show Me Yours" left off, completing the memoir. A satirical look at life as it is handed each of us, what we do with what we remember of our social training [...]
 
Book: Happy Utopia Day, Joe McCarthy by J.T. Lundy
An unstable president declares a Fake National Emergency to build a border wall. Only an unlikely hero can save the American people from unbridled totalitarianism. 2014 Thurber Prize for American Humor Semi-Finalist 2014 Reader's Favorite Silver Award Winner, Humor 2013 IndieFab Bronze Award Winner, Thriller & Suspense 2013 BOTYA - Foreword Book of the Year Finalist, Action & Adventure Combining [...]
 
Book: The Fridgularity by Mark A. Rayner
Chill out. It's only the technological singularity. Blake Given's web-enabled fridge has pulled the plug on the Internet, turning its owner's life - and the whole world - upside down. Blake has modest ambitions for his life. He wants to have his job reclassified, so he can join the Creative Department of the advertising firm where he works. And he wants to go out with Daphne, one of the account [...]
 
Book: The Gordonston Ladies Dog Walking Club by Duncan Whitehead
Little is what it seems to be in a leafy Savannah neighborhood as members of an afternoon cocktail and dog walking club mourn a neighbor's death. Jealousies surface when friends vie for the widower running for mayor. An old woman with an infamous uncle plots to avenge a wrong. Memories haunt a once successful children's writer. And a model has won the trip of a lifetime. But a killer lurks and [...]
 
Book: I Have Mine...Show Me Yours - A Memoir by Grant M. Handgis
This satirical memoir is based upon real life experiences as they occurred, with all the attendant embarrassments connected therein. Although the story may be real, not all of the characters may be so.. I have taken the liberty of embellishing upon the theme at certain times to accommodate the story, for satirical reasons, yet sadly enough much of the story is all too real. The characters in this [...]
 
Book: The Pits of Passion by Melissa Bowersock (aka Amber Flame)
Young, nubile Elizabeth Montgomery is too beautiful for her own good. Accosted by lust-struck males every time she appears in public, she is profoundly grateful when sea captain Benjamin Elliott saves her from a would-be ravisher. Her gratitude, however, turns to shock when Elliott himself seduces her and ruins her chances for an honorable marriage. Sealed to the man in an arranged marriage, [...]
 
Book: Beach Bum Brett (Brett Cornell Mysteries) by David D. D'Aguanno
Private detective Brett Cornell decides to go on vacation, and hits the sunny, golden shoreline of the Atlantic Ocean, where he quickly captures the 3 A's (the attention, admiration, & affections) of as many of the lovely young bikini-clad beauties as he could ever desire! So, what could possibly go wrong? Well -- as Brett himself would say -- as sure as rain is wet and water is...well...wet, [...]
 
Book: Brett Gets Hammered (Brett Cornell Mysteries) by David D. D'Aguanno
The beautiful and alluring Tammy Rankin and her brother Andy were positively grief-stricken when their well-to-do father died of a fatal heart attack. In fact, their grief was intensified when they realized that their young stepmother stood to inherit his vast fortune -- that is, unless they could somehow suggest foul play and pin a murder rap on the woman, notwithstanding her probable innocence. [...]
 
Book: Brett Enters the Square Circle (Brett Cornell Mysteries) by David D. D'Aguanno
Where in the world is Stacey Ashton? Stacey herself told her employer that she was leaving for Philadelphia on personal business. But Melanie Foster suspects that the girl has run off to Florida with her husband instead. Enter private detective and self-proclaimed unscrupulous bastard Brett Cornell who attempts to discover Stacey's true whereabouts, only to learn that she may actually have been [...]
 
Book: Wedding Bells for Brett (Brett Cornell Mysteries) by David D. D'Aguanno
"Gary N. and Helen W. Trank of 66 Colstone Boulevard take great pleasure in announcing the recent nuptials of their daughter Pamela Ann, and Brett Cornell. . ." The above words appeared in the local newspaper, and thousands of women throughout the city immediately went onto mourning! -- Well, not exactly. But private detective and self-proclaimed unscrupulous bastard Brett Cornell nearly went [...]
 
Book: Poolside with Brett - Brett Cornell Mystery by David D. D'Aguanno
Private detective Brett Cornell believes that he's never had it so good. He's been on a winning streak playing poker in private games being held in the back room of one of his favorite night spots. He's recently been "discovered" by an exotic-looking beauty who specializes in home-made adult films. In addition, he's been hired to track down a certain missing husband and bring him back home to his [...]
 
Book: The Soda Jerk by Frederick Golder
The world's greatest soda jerk! Says who? Harvey. Harvey Keck's lifelong ambition is to make the world happy, one malted milkshake at a time. His singular ambition is to be known as the world's greatest soda jerk. Problem is, Harvey Keck sees things in his own unique way. He turns logic on its head and displays a stunning lack of self-awareness. He is The Most Oblivious Man with a Plan. Reader [...]
 
Book: Can you be...that stupid? - A Polite Guide to Stimulating Conversation by Geoffrey Robinson
How many times have you found yourself in conversation with a person who made a statement that confirmed for you that they had absolutely no idea what the hell they were talking about? Everything you'll find here was personally heard, read or viewed by me. Over an extended period of time I began writing these little cast in stone truths on post-it notes. Eventually I typed and organized them. [...]
 
Book: On Swift Wings - The Travails of Cygnus by Brett M Wiens
I didn't know that when I got on board flight 1726 I would end up on the adventure of my lifetime. The sole survivor of an oceanic crash, I was thrust into places not recorded or experienced in these past three hundred years. Surviving on my paltry wits alone I encountered mysterious islands occupied by human-enslaving horses, immortals, sorcerers, necromancers, giants, and even miniature human [...]
 
Book: Barney's Ballads & Blarney Volume I by Barney M
Barney is older than some of the rock formations in the Pyrenees. He has dedicated some of his twilight years in recording his experiences and opinions in illustrated rhyming verse. Often philosophical and humorous, he wastes no time in pointing the finger at those deserved of his satirical wit. Barney's Ballads & Blarney is a humorous road through what is right and what isn't, be it politics, [...]
 
Book: Echoes from Saddam Hussein by George Thomas Clark
These satirical columns, written from 2003 to 2009, allow startlingly candid Saddam Hussein and George W. Bush to explain their need to control the destinies of countries, regions, and, ultimately, the world. Osama bin Laden, Dick Cheney, Condoleezza Rice, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Karl Rove, and other notables, not all famous, also demand part of the stage.
 
Book: Poemtry - A Collection Of Possible Poetry by Jael S. Whitney
(pronounced po-em-tree) This book is a collection of satirical, whimsical poems from the young ingenuity of 16-year-old Jael Whitney. The poems in this book were written starting when the author was just 10, but the rhythm and language of the poetry have been said to be "on par with Prelutsky and Silverstein." The pen-and-ink illustrations in the book were drawn by the author. With a quick tongue [...]
 
Book: Grandma Was a Really Cool Vamp by Pen
James Jacob Chesterfield must live with his Great Grandma Stella Chesterfield. Neither of them is very happy about it. They get used to each other, even after JJ learns Stella is a vampire. When JJ is bitten and becomes a vampire himself, it brings an old enemy of Grandma's into the open. It becomes a race against time as Grandma's witch friend, Helene, can perform a transference ritual which [...]
 
Book: Meet The Antichrist by Melynie T. Gibson
Freelance journalist Melynie T. Gibson outs the living Antichrist in this satirical bio/memoir that will have you riveted to the page, and in stitches, from start to finish. In Meet The Antichrist, Melynie's arm's length informal relationship with the spawn of Satan, Maas Reredef, built over several years, enables her to expose the inner workings of a villain who would rule the world, enslave the [...]
 
Book: Malpractice by Mike Adlam
Product Description - Sharply satirical and disturbingly dark, Malpractice takes a scalpel to the vanities of the medical profession and, in doing so lays bare the deceits and cruelties to which desperate people will stoop. "Savagely Funny...Enormously entertaining..." (THE POST) The first book in the philandering surgeon Tony Stamford series. Imagine if John le Carre, Michel Crichton, George [...]
 
Book: Alien Invasion of the Zombie Apocalypse by Ford Forkum
In a satirical combination of two end-of-the-world scenarios, a zombie plague is quickly followed by an alien invasion - in a time when humanity is already struggling with vampires. Landing dead center at a college campus swarming with zombies, the aliens soon realize that their abduction mission is going to be quite a bit more complicated than they'd imagined. The presence of vampires only makes [...]
 
Book: The Collector - Bar Napkins Memoirs by Dr. Robert Valuk
Timeless satirical sci-fi saga of debauchery, limitless power, existential questioning, and mankind's potential disintegration. This biography tells a tale of a fifty-year old man who is given the choice of obtaining absolute power for the next 350 years of Earth time. In order to obtain this power he must, in return, perform a continuous series of demanding and all encompassing tasks for his [...]
 
Book: Obama on Edge by George Thomas Clark
In these satirical columns written from 2007 to 2012, Barack Obama's African grandfather espouses pride and aggressive self-defense. His father discusses academic success, family difficulties, and a tragic drinking problem. Young Obama reveals his struggle to control vices and establish racial identity. Then the soaring young politician offers incisive comments about politics, international [...]
 
Book: The Perfect Culture by Brent Robins
He's seeking a place to belong. His only tool is philosophical satire... Thomas Gephardt loses no love for his rural Indiana home. Struck with raging wanderlust, the small-town college student heads for France armed with nothing but a thirst for stimulating conversation. So starts Thomas's ego-bruising first leg of his ill-fated quest for cultural perfection. Struggling to fit in at the catty [...]
 
Book: Basketball and Football by George Thomas Clark
In a rousing trip through the worlds of Basketball and Football, George Thomas Clark explores the professional basketball league in Mexico, the Herculean talents of Wilt Chamberlain, the difficulties and humor of attempting to play basketball in middle age, and observes that coaching at Caltech can be more painful than studying all night for a physics exam. We also peer into the minds of legends [...]
 
Book: The Enemy in Your Head - A Compilation of Short Reads by J. A. Hailey
IT'S TRUE! The costliest farm produce ever grown, was grown for throwing away! The world through J.A. Hailey's eyes. Get new views on what we are and what's going on in our world. Among the eclectic subjects covered, in one chapter he gives advice on tackling terror, and in another investigates and identifies a hostile body organ. Marvel at the way books are written for the masses in 'Alphabet [...]
 


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