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Book: Annie's 4th Ace - A romantically funny Annie McCauley mystery by Willee Amsden
Annie McCauley hasn't given up on her dream of being a high fashion model. Her evil arch rival, Brittany Carstairs who grew up in the same trailer park in Mesa View Texas has gotten her fired from every job she's had, but when she lands another gig she's sure Brittany won't get the best of her and she'll be able to quit her job working for Ida Grolsch delivering and protecting people. But before [...]
 
Book: Death by Killer Mop Doll by Lois Winston
Overdue bills and constant mother vs. mother-in-law battles at home are bad enough. But crafts editor Anastasia Pollack's stress level is maxed out when she and her fellow American Woman editors get roped into unpaid gigs for a revamped morning TV show. Before the glue is dry on Anastasia's mop dolls, morning TV turns crime drama when the studio is trashed and the producer is murdered. Former [...]
 
Book: Grave in the Garage (A Reverend Annabelle Dixon Cozy Mystery Book 4) by Alison Golden
A corpse in a garage. A puppy in need of a home. Can man's best friend help solve a dastardly crime? When her beloved Mini Cooper breaks down in the countryside, Reverend Annabelle Dixon is forced make a stop at Mildred's Garage. But instead of a quick tune-up, she stumbles upon a gruesome surprise... a lifeless hand, peeking out from beneath a parked car. As luck would have it, Annabelle's [...]
 
Book: Goodbye Dinosaur - Why Dinosaurs are Extinct by Kristi Nielsen
A fun story about Eons-ago when the world was flat and dinosaurs roamed the world. The domestic animals had arrived on earth but the only dinosaur left was an aggressive carnivore who threatened their existence. His attempt to eat each of the domestic animals is met with failure as the domestic animals go to great length to escape his huge jaws. The domestic animals survive by taking [...]
 
Book: Perhaps I've Said Too Much (A Great Big Book of Messing With People) by Rodney Lacroix
There's a prankster in all of us. Whether you're carving evil messages into your coworker's banana peel or telling your kids that, yes, raisins are actually dehydrated people, there's a certain, sinister-yet-fun draw to really messing with people. In Perhaps I've Said Too Much (the much anticipated follow-up to the heralded, award-winning Things Go Wrong For Me), Rodney Lacroix gives the reader [...]
 
Book: Box of Rocks (A Maggie Gorski Mystery) by Karla Telega
At age 55, Maggie is losing the battle with her fear of failure and small designer dogs. At the advice of her psychiatrist, she and her friend Cher embark on a series of ill-conceived hobbies. Whether hunting for a fabled lizard man in the swamps of South Carolina, or panning for gold, their adventures are sure to test the limits of common sense. When archaeology student, Paul Lakeland stumbles [...]
 
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: The Illustrated Book of Funny Old Sayings - Everyday phrases and their origins by Sally Mooney
Have you ever wondered why we say, "It's raining cats and dogs" and other funny old sayings like, "Don't look a gift horse in the mouth"? Often we know what they mean, but do we know where they originated? Well in this book, you are about to find out! For example, when we want to wish someone a good nights sleep, people often say, "Night night, sleep tight." Who would have thought that this dates [...]
 
Book: Double Bogey Murder (Bob Roosevelt Mystery Series 1 Book 3) by Robert K. Swisher Jr.
Private Eye Bob Roosevelt, still unable to find the love of his life, decides he will move to Phoenix, rent an apartment with a pool, and take up golf. What better way to find a lady who will love him. His guardian angel tells Roosevelt he is dumber than a rock and love is not all it is made out to be. Once again ignoring good advice Roosevelt ends up in Phoenix. But what does he find on his [...]
 
Book: A Bucket Full Of Lies (Bob Roosevelt Mystery Series 1 Book 1) by Robert K. Swisher Jr.
Private Detective Bob Roosevelt is not your normal private eye. An old hippie, war vet, who is trying to find his center and the love of his life but everytime he turns around he falls smack dab in the center of a murder. To top it off he is saddled with a not so nice guardian angel that thinks Roosevelt is boring and in all truth wants to be the guardian angel for a rock star. A funny fast track [...]
 
Book: Trout Fishing For Bodies (Bob Roosevelt Mystery Series 1 Book 2) by Robert K. Swisher Jr.
Private Detective Bob Roosevelt is tired of crime, frustrated about not finding the love of his life, and sick of his snide guardian angel. He decides he will head to the mountains of Colorado and go fishing. His guardian angel tells Roosevlet he would be better off forgetting clean air, pine trees, and a beautiful stream and head to the seedy bars of Denver. Never one to take good advice [...]
 
Book: Frog's Don't Croak In The Winter (Bob Roosevelt Mystery Series Book 4) by Robert K. Swisher Jr.
Private Eye Bob Roosevelt, once again not finding the love of his life, heads for the north country in December. His guardian angel tells Roosevelt he is an idiot and most sane people head to Florida or California in the winter. Roovelt ends up in Minnesota and falls smack dab in the middle of a gambling ring, a coven of witches, a priest who likes good whiskey, a lady who has lost her heart, and [...]
 
Book: What could go wrong? (Chasing Crazy) by Linda McGourty
This is a book full of short humorous anecdotes about the everyday life of a woman who always finds something to laugh at. Life never goes how you intended it to be and some how we learn to roll with, and laugh at the punches. If you've ever loved a dog or tried to cram yourself in a pair of Spanx this collection is for you. If you're a middle aged woman, I think you may relate to the hot flushes [...]
 
Book: Foundations, Funny Business & Murder (A Stacie Maroni Mystery Book 2) by Christa Nardi
The best of intentions shouldn't include murder. An HR specialist and trauma counselor, Stacie is on the board of a fledgling non-profit foundation set up to benefit victims of domestic violence. After a slashed tire, attempted break in, and a murder, Stacie isn't buying coincidental bad karma. Someone wants her off the board - at any cost. Her fancy surveillance equipment, impressive alarm [...]
 
Book: Annie's 3rd Strike - A romantically funny Annie McCauley mystery by Willee Amsden
Since hitting New York like a Texas Tornado, Annie McCauley from little Mesa View Texas has been trying to make it in the high fashion world. After losing her gig with handsome Tomi Di Ponti and his cosmetic company and getting blacklisted in the modeling business, she's been forced to accept a job from Ida Grolsch delivering and protecting people like Mary Jane Adams, a brilliant but troubled [...]
 
Book: Dog Tales for the Funny Bone - Your purchase is helping to raise money for dog shelters! by Bonnie Marlewski-Probert
Dog Tales for the Funny Bone is a new book that is filled with dozens of funny, true canine stories that came from dog lovers around the world. Among the funny stories is one entitled, Cash and the box of doughnuts. Told by Bonnie Marlewski-Probert, this story chronicles her book signing trip to Ft. Worth Texas. She decided to take along both farm dogs (Cash and Candy) and her husband to the [...]
 
Book: Horse Tales for the Funny Bone, Volume 1 - 60 True, Equine-Related Stories that are Sure to Have you Laughing! by Bonnie Marlewski-Probert
We are proud to bring you 60 truly funny, equine-related stories that are sure to put a smile on your face. And, while you are enjoying these stories, remember that a portion of this sale is helping Therapeutic Riding Centers around the USA. These Centers work in concert with the Horse to help people from all walks of life, from children to Veterans. Centers address both the physical and [...]
 
Book: Funny Cartoons For The Entire Family by Dan Rosandich
A total of 194 color and black and white single panel gag cartoons feature Dan's favorite cartoons from his archives. Many of these cartoons are inspired by real people and certain scenarios the cartoonist experienced which many readers might also be able to relate to. A majority of these cartoons have never appeared in hardcopy print anywhere and were created exclusively for this book. [...]
 
Book: Day of the Living Pizza (A Smarts & Dewdrop Mystery) by Vickie Johnstone
A comedy zombie story to sink your teeth into... Detective Smarts of Crazy Name Town has a problem. Doctor Boring and his receptionist have been bumped off, and the only clues at the scene are some olives, tomatoes, mushrooms and a sprinkle of oregano. With the townsfolk dropping like flies and strange figures stumbling down the streets, Officer Dewdrop has an idea. Also available in paperback - [...]
 
Book: Merry Hell by Dennis Timothy
It was Angie Timmons turn to host Christmas dinner for her adult family and friends. The story's characters bring their own assortment of quirks to the holiday table. Each person determined to make the best of things, until a freak blizzard forces them to remain together. A fast-paced read filled with humor, drama, and adult themes. A story that begs the question, could any average family survive [...]
 
Book: Annie's 1st Break - A Funny Romantic Annie McCauley Mystery by Willee Amsden
Look out New York City! Ms. Rayanne "Annie" McCauley from little old Mesa View, Texas has set her sights on being a high fashion model. Despite her humble beginnings in the Mesa View Mobile Home Park, hot tempered Annie thinks she can make it all the way to the cover of Women's Wear Daily (as long as she follows her own rules). She may also snag the heart of sexy Tomi Di Ponti, the CEO of Di [...]
 
Book: Annie's 2nd Chance - A Funny Romantic Annie McCauley Mystery by Willee Amsden
Annie McCauley is the Calamity Jane of the high fashion world. If something can go wrong... but things don't go wrong by themselves, they usually have some help from her arch-rival, Brittany Carstairs. They both grew up in the Mesa View Mobile Home Park in West Texas and both are now in New York City where evil Brittany cost Annie her job as spokesmodel for Tomi Di Ponti, the sexiest and most [...]
 
Book: Annie's 7 Swans a Swimming (The Annie McCauley Romantic Comedy Mystery Series) by Willee Amsden
Annie McCauley knows there's no place like home for Christmas. But with just a few days to go, she's far away from West Texas. The daughter of Ray and Anne McCauley, formerly Rayanne and now known as Annie McCauley, is living in New York City where her modeling career has stalled. She's not worried, because she has a plan. She'll finish her latest gig for the Grolsch Agency as the Snow Queen and [...]
 
Book: Kitchen Addiction! by Lizz Lund
Meet Mina Kitchen, a forty-something single who likes to cook - and cook and cook. In fact, her zest for whipping up trays of canapes is dwarfed only by her weird luck and mountain-lion size tabby cat, Vinnie. That, and her godmom's tendency for blackmailing new members into joining St. Bart's. Okay, maybe Mina's Swiffer-addicted neighbor, Vito, is a bit weird, too. As if all that wasn't enough, [...]
 
Book: The Funny Adventures of Little Nani (Volume 1) by Cinta García de la Rosa
Little Nani is a little girl who likes helping people. However, when she helps people the results can be a bit unexpected. Why is that? Little Nani is a witch! Or at least she wants to be a witch. With her magic wand, she will try to cast different spells to help her friends, but she won't be successful all the time. Follow Little Nani in her funny adventures and meet her extraordinary friends. [...]
 
Book: Christmas Bizarre - Mina Kitchen Mystery #2 (Mina Kitchen novels) by Lizz Lund
READERS' FAVORITE 5-STAR REVIEW ! What do Santa's Sidekick, a dead lawyer and a geriatric vampire have in common? Meet Mina Kitchen--a forty-something single who finds trouble quicker than she can whip up a batch of breakfast breads. Plural. Her catering disorder runs neck-and-neck with her weird luck, and her cat's weirder tendency toward gnawing elf gear. Okay, and getting kidnapped a couple of [...]
 
Book: Ezicash by Ian Thompson
Do you think the world has gone slightly mad? If you do, Phil Lud agrees with you. Phil is your everyday, salt-of-the-earth type of guy. Sure, he has his little quirks. For instance, he likes to think he's just a little superior to everyone around him. Some folk think he's a bit full of himself because of it, but then most would agree with him, the world has indeed become a little stranger [...]
 
Book: Shot to Hell by Angela Falkowska
Sister Mary Christopher's life as a nun wasn't remarkable, but her death is about to make a big splash! After she dies accidentally, she goes straight to Hell, where she does her best to turn the Underworld upside down. His Satanic Magnificence sends the "Holy Terror" on a mission of revenge just because He's BORED. She struggles through her eye-opening, and at times, sticky task, unaware it's [...]
 
Book: Fat Chance by R. J. Leahy
Sean McDermott is a wisecracking private detective from New York City, with an extensive catalog of phobias. It's an ok job, but it isn't as exciting as most people think, and that's fine by him. He makes it a rule not to get involved in active police cases or in any case where people are likely to get hurt especially him. So why does the mob suddenly want him dead? Sure it's all a mistake, but [...]
 
Book: Maggie for Hire (Maggie MacKay - Magical Tracker) by Kate Danley
"If urban fantasy could be bottled, then this story is a shot-glass full of awesomesauce." - Dark Side of the Covers Reviews - My name is Maggie MacKay. When monsters show up in Los Angeles, my job is to haul 'em back to the dimension where they belong. It's a living. But I just got word my uncle has teamed up with the forces of darkness to ruin my life. And when I say that sucks, I'm not just [...]
 
Book: Funny You Should Ask (Life Without a Field Guide Book 1) by Lill Hawkins
From Chapter 2 of "Funny You Should Ask" "1. Q . Why aren't you in school? A . Why aren't you in therapy? A . Why would you ask? A . I'm still contagious. A . If I can't take my gun, I'm not gonna go. A . Head lice. A . My religion lets me marry at 9 and I'm on my honeymoon. A . Leprosy A . Psychiatrist appointment. A . I had to see my parole officer. A . Court date. A . My parents refuse to make [...]
 
Book: The Divorced Not Dead Workshop by CeCe Osgood
Recently divorced and utterly dismayed with the dating scene, Dorsey Bing muses about a way to "desuckify" men, which leads her to consider creating a dating workshop during a cruise to Cabo. Too bad Dorsey's an idea person with zero follow-through. That all changes when her BBF, the uber-organized Pilar, decides to set up the workshop and puts herself in charge. But do things ever really work [...]
 
Book: Rose and Her Amazing Nose by Andrew W. Fairchild
Rose and Her Amazing Nose is a children's picture book that was inspired by my personal life as a child. When I was growing up, I was always teased because I had larger than life ears. I really didn't mind people teasing me because I learned to realize that I had an advantage that people with normal size ears did not have and that was I could always hear everything. The mice in the walls, the [...]
 
Book: I Think I Murdered Miss by Bill Bob Buttons
'My name is Simon Spittle and I think - no, I know, I murdered Miss Belcher. I don t carry a gun. Or a knife. Or even a toothpick, but yesterday, in French, I wished for her to be run over by a bus and, later that very day, she was. A big, red double-decker with yellow wheels and a picture of a clown on the bonnet. A Billy Smart's Circus bus.' Simon is very different to Isabella. He's all elbowy [...]
 
Book: Weewee (eFables) by Kamon Diane Therrien
Weewee is a cute little dog who behaves the way he sees others behaving. A funny story that will make children giggle and that open them a door to wisdom, towards thinking before doing. Beautifully illustrated, the book is ideal for electronic readers and mobile devices. Weewee is the third in the popular series eFables, bound to be Children's Best Books 2013!
 


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