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Book: The Dog With The Bakelite Nose - (Not about dogs) by Ian Hutson
Ten slightly mouldy slices of England's brilliant future failures, each successfully consigned to the pre-apologetic, more successful past. Wonderfully tragic beginnings meet gruesomely happy endings, miserable lives wallow in cheerful second chances. Old-fashioned blokes, being blokes, doing awfully modern bloke things such as inventing stuff and exploring space, but with not a caricature or [...]
 
Book: All For A Good Cause by Barbara Phinney
Comedy, romance and a pretend marriage to a gorgeous groom: Once upon a time...a former beauty queen belonged to a Medieval Society...but raising money for charity required more of her than a smile and a sash draped over her ample bosom. It required that she marry the hunky philanthropist. Just for the weekend, her hunky 'fiance' said. It is for a good cause, you know. Come join in the antics at [...]
 
Book: Cheerio, and thanks for the apocalypse by Ian Hutson
It's not easy being a vegetarian ray of positivity and social sunshine after the apocalypse. For one thing, meat's easier to come by than broccoli. Seven awfully English tales of life just that one step too far into your future. I went there so that you wouldn't have to. Once upon a time you could rely on death and taxes, but now it's only taxes. Old age is rotten, life never ends and croaking [...]
 
Book: Brett Always Wins (Brett Cornell Mysteries) by David D. D'Aguanno
According to the police report, the attractive, blue-eyed blonde had been shot to death in her apartment at around 7:30 p.m. Then how was it possible that nearly 50 people saw her dining and dancing at a nearby club over 3 hours later? Set in the late 1980s, the third Brett Cornell novel finds the studly private detective surrounded by the usual bevy of beautiful women, as well as a few seedy [...]
 
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: 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 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: It's All Brett's Fault (Brett Cornell Mysteries) by David D. D'Aguanno
Marcus Wade was a man who wasn't easily intimidated -- that is, until he had reason to believe that someone was trying to kill him. Upon talking the matter over with his wife Sybil, he decided to hire someone who would not only protect him, but who would also scare off any potential murderers. In other words, he needed a man who was tough, dangerous -- and more than a little unscrupulous. Enter [...]
 
Book: Backyards & Belly Laughs by Nancy J. Tobin
A charming, rare collection of photographic memories from the turn-of-the-century depicting children playing games and having fun. Each historic image is accompanied by a delightful poem written in the cadence of children's games of the era. A book for children and adults alike, these images portray life in the backyard, captured in the split-second of a camera flash one-hundred years ago. Peek [...]
 
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: 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: Brett Aerobicizes (Brett Cornell Mysteries) by David D. D'Aguanno
A man is found dead with a bullet hole in his chest, and private detective Brett Cornell is the #1 suspect. It might have something to do with the fact that there were witnesses who had seen him punching the guy around only a few days earlier. Or -- more likely -- it might be because the police have discovered that the fatal bullet had been fired from HIS gun! In the second novel of this [...]
 
Book: Meet The Bugs! by Mark C. Collins
"Meet The Bugs!" is a poem picture book highlighting 18 common bug species. It is intended as an introduction of these common bugs to children aged 3-8. Each bug is represented in a cute "bug-eyed" cartoon style, and a corresponding short poem highlighting a simple fact about the bug. I had originally drawn 8 of these bugs two years ago to be sold as art prints in my Etsy shop. Sales were very [...]
 
Book: My Jobs and Why They All Sucked by Leonard Stegmann
Yes, every one of them. In "My Jobs and Why They All Sucked" Leonard Stegmann shares the lifetime of misery that he laughingly calls his career. From his first job as a paperboy through his wretched and numerous employment incarnations, Leonard soon discovered that his jobs all had one thing in common: they all sucked. Join in on the fun as Leonard stumbles his way through an endless stream of [...]
 
Book: A Marvelous Monday (The Zelda Diaries Book 7) by Olivia Gaines
Zelda lay in bed, her fingers running across the coarse dark hairs on his arm. His family lived in the connected houses on the land. Spending a few days with them in Mexico had been eye-opening and fun. They were wonderful people, all but that sister Sarah. She even liked the kids. Niece and nephew. My niece and nephew. Or at least they will be by marriage. If he ever proposes. He is going [...]
 
Book: I.O.U.$. by Ruthe Price
A funny fiscal fantasy of government, goons and greed. A mafia Don mistakenly gets involved in a committee of top business leaders requested by congress to resolve the national debt. Hilarity ensues when he hatches a wild plan involving a presidential election, insurance and murder. Will it work? You'll have lots of laughs while you find out!
 
Book: The Misadventures of Cardinal Fratelli by Rachel Gohlman
Set in the 19th century, in picturesque Italy, this comic writing follows the daily life and blunders of one Cardinal Angelo Fratelli. He is devout, young, handsome and experiences many trials partly because of his excitability and because of his snobby Aunt Francine. Suddenly, Michele, a dear, childhood friend, comes around and doesn't get the hint he is unavailable. Fratelli must hatch a plan [...]
 
Book: Sand, Sea and Meadow Muffins by Miriam Davison
Sarah Phillips Is bored plain and simple, bored of her married boyfriend's promises and bored of her temp job. she needs to get away, deciding on a road trip. with nothing to lose Sarah closes her eyes and waves her finger over the map of Britain. South Wales is the fickle finger of fates choice but getting there turns out to be the real adventure with more laughs mishaps and mystery than Sarah [...]
 
Book: Amateur Night by Marla Martenson
If you are looking for a short story with lots of laughs, Amateur Night is for you. In the relationship tango called "Compromise," Marla has bent over backwards a few times too many. Though her Latin husband is a passionate lover, his anger has a fiery side as well. He had promised a special Valentine's Day, but on the morning of the celebration, Marla's resentment spews. The vivid memory of a [...]
 
Book: Your Magical Laugh by Daniel Bulleri
A child's laugh is the most beautiful sound in the world. Through a rhyming narrative and bright, colorful artwork, Your Magical Laugh shows children just how powerful their laughter is. It illustrates the importance of sharing their smiles and even though they may being feeling blue sometimes, more laughs are just around the corner. This sweet and funny kid's book reminds us all that positive [...]
 
Book: Grand Theft - Crime Solver's Detective Agency book 2 by Victoria Schwimley
Ever since starting her own detective agency, Karrine has wanted that REALLY BIG CASE... and now her chance is here. When her neighbor's car is stolen right out of her garage, Karrine is eager to investigate. The only problem is her mother won't let her work the case. To handle this problem, she'll take on a new partner. Meanwhile, in Sacramento, Jayden is solving mysteries of her own. And when [...]
 
Book: Red Haze (Toxic Friendships) by Adrian Lilly
Something sinister is happening at Grove University... Some nights the woods on the edge of campus glow with a spectral, shimmering red haze. Marne Montgomery knows she's seen it. She also saw a figure in the haze. He beckoned to her and then vanished. Marne laughs off the incident until her roommate, Sara Murdock, shows her a picture of a student. The one Marne saw in the woods. But he's been [...]
 
Book: Zombie/Apocalypse 2012 - A Political Horror Story by Ian McClellan
Zombie/Apocalypse 2012: A Political Horror Story is a zombie tale with a political background story- not from a left or right minded perspective, but from that of an average American who feels left behind by the system. It is the tale of a regular guy- an unemployed factory worker- in the first days of the end of the world, a time in which the ways of doing things have become muddled between pre [...]
 
Book: Where the Boys Are by Hilary West
'Where the Boys are' is a fun novel that deals with some darker issues. Boys are being trained for rent boy activity and it is a hard-edged world that somehow contains many laughs along the way. Characters like Councillor Reece with his corset and Trevelyan Harris Spunner with his frequenting of park toilets are all in there somewhere. Adonises like Ariel and Hayden enjoy their position in trade [...]
 
Book: TALES OF THREE STORIES - BETTER BE FUNNY by Eugene Williams
Three of my favorite stories all in one place. Enjoy the award winning short story The Lunatic of Trenton, the never-ending tales from an old man in lunatic asylum who in his mind was responsible for the Russian Revolution, and starting World War One, all in the name of changing the world for the better. From there we join Samuel Clemens reading a newspaper article to a young boy sharing a log [...]
 
Book: THE NAMES HAVE BEEN CHANGED TO PROTECT THE IGNORANT by Stephen Cohen
This short story is written about the exploits of four high school friends and the goofy, stupid and yet humorous situations that they created. It probably is not much different then the exploits of many others in their high school days. The author hopes to take the readers on a short journey back to the fun days of high school with a few laughs. Growing up in Southern California in the 70's was [...]
 
Book: The Fruits of the Spirit for Family Caregivers by Angela H. Holmes
The purpose of this book is to show you that God gave you a fruit basket full of attributes as a Christian caregiver to dementia sufferers. These attributes equip you as a Christian caregiver to endure the worst of days with a sense of knowing that God is with you throughout your day. You can apply one or many of these attributes to any given situation and turn it into a positive. I'm not [...]
 
Book: Perfect Wedding (Samuel French Acting Edition) by Robin Hawdon
Comedy - Characters: 2 male, 4 female - Interior Set - A man wakes up in the bridal suite on his wedding morning to find an extremely attractive naked girl in bed beside him. In the depths of a stag night hangover, he can't even remember meeting her. Before he can get her out, his bride to be arrives to dress for the wedding and, in the ensuing panic, the girl is locked in the bathroom. The best [...]
 
Book: Leashed (Going to the Dogs) by Zoe Dawson
Jack has some 'splainin' to do! That's right! Callie Lassiter's normally well-behaved Great Dane Jack has run off and done the wild thing with the neighbor's dog. It must be puppy love! It's doubly embarrassing since she's a professional dog trainer. Of course, the neighbor would have to be hot, hot nightclub owner bad boy Owen McKay, just the kind of man Callie is determined to avoid. Owen's [...]
 
Book: Cluck The Undercover Chicken by G. Eric Francis
"Cluck The Undercover Chicken" is a love story. Wait, that isn't it. It's an action adventure filled with thrills, intrigue and danger. Well, it does have that. It has a hero that kids can look up to. That definitely isn't true, despite what that "hero" thinks. Sigh...here's the truth. It's a story about a rooster who can't stand being called a rooster, who also spends his time arguing with the [...]
 


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