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Watch Out For The Idiot Behind Me

Author : Cider Mill Press
ISBN : 1933662638
Genre : Humor
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Stick it to ‘em! There’s so much in this world to aggravate us, and this book of bumper stickers—one per page, to peel off—is the perfect way to talk back. Put them on cars, desks, lockers, dorm rooms, anywhere there’s a surface: with plenty of memorably nasty (and funny!) sayings to choose from, you’re sure to find just the right insult to express both road and off-road rage. The topics range from rotten driving to sex, with such lines as: That’s not a haircut, it’s a cry for help and Stupidity is not a crime; you are free to go. Best of all, it’s an incredible value, with 96 stickers at only $14.95!
Category: Humor

The Monroe Massacre

Author : Ken Kaye
ISBN : 9781642377842
Genre : Fiction
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Marty Allen, veteran news reporter, is given the most challenging assignment of his career: determine if iconic movie actress Marilyn Monroe machine-gunned down seven bikers in 1961. At the same time, he wants to know why his girlfriend, a hard-nosed police detective, left him for a cop who abuses women and breaks legs, a quest that will nearly cost him his life. According to a tipster, the bikers almost assaulted Monroe while she was strolling along the beach in Hollywood, Florida. But four mafia soldiers, secretly providing her protection at the behest of their boss, rescued her. They were about to blow away the would-be attackers in a warehouse – until Monroe, seeking retaliation, asked to do the honors. Lending a modicum of credibility to this account, the tipster asserts that it happened shortly after Monroe was released from a psychiatric hospital. Marty, who works for a news and entertainment magazine, doesn’t buy any of it initially. Yet he digs deep to learn about Monroe’s difficult life and her controversial death at a young age. He discovers her alleged incident is remarkably similar to the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre, where mobsters blasted away seven men in a Chicago garage in the 1920s. He examines Monroe’s ties to a mafia kingpin. And he even tracks down the Tommy Gun she supposedly used and verifies it’s the same model involved in the earlier Chicago mob hit. Ultimately, Marty will find the shocking truth behind the tipster’s claim the actress was a mass murdererer.
Category: Fiction

The Laughing Clowns

Author : William McInnes
ISBN : 9780733629433
Genre : Fiction
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When a developer asks Peter to assess a prime piece of Queensland real estate – the Pickersgill Peninsula Showgrounds – he jumps at the chance. It will give him time out from having to be with the family he loves. And it will take him back to his childhood home; to his parents, his twin sister, Pearl, and his brother, Gary, the TV weatherman. Over these few days, he will come to realise that sometimes when you go back to where you came from you find out how much you actually have, and how much you could lose. He just has to make his mind up, and listen to the advice that’s given by, of all people – the King of Hot Dogs. But will he? 'For a novel that has so few pretensions, this is a skilfully constructed story that manages to be insightful, understated and very funny simultaneously' - Sydney Morning Herald 'William McInnes is insightful, thoughtful and funny. He has a flair for fiction as much as memoirs and non-fiction, as The Laughing Clowns will attest' - The Daily Telegraph
Category: Fiction

Love Like Hate

Author : Linh Dinh
ISBN : 9781609801298
Genre : Fiction
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Linh Dinh is already one of the secret masters of short fiction. Love Like Hate is something like a traditional cross-cultural novel that's been shocked into life by Dinh's uncanny ability to tell us stories we didn't even know we wanted to hear. -- Ed Park, editor of The Believer In Love Like Hate, Linh Dinh weaves a dysfunctional family saga that doubles as a portrait of Vietnam in the last half century. Protagonists Kim Lan and Hoang Long marry in Saigon during the Vietnam War, uniting in a setting that allows Dinh's dark, deadpan humor to flourish. Describing his mushrooming cast of characters in unsentimental and sometimes absurd ways, Dinh embraces contradictions with the surreal exuberance of Matthew Sharpe and the stylistic élan of Italo Calvino.
Category: Fiction


Author : Stephanie De Los Santos
ISBN : 9781493151615
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Upon finding out that her father is not really her father, Emma is thrown into a world of mystery. Whisked off to a place she's never been before, Emma is drowned in things that she didn't know about herself, about her parents' past, and about the very world. Emma learns that there's not only a world of vampires and werewolves, but that she's entangled in the vicious war that runs between the two. Now Emma is forced to take up the task of figuring out how to resolve the war upon herself.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Best Excuse

Author : Donald Carroll
ISBN : 0698112199
Genre : Excuses
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Category: Excuses

Since You Ve Been Gone

Author : Mary Jennifer Payne
ISBN : 9781459728202
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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CCBC’s Best Books for Kids & Teens (Fall 2015) - Commended Fifteen-year-old Edie Fraser searches for her mother, who has gone missing shortly after the two moved to London, England, to escape Edie’s abusive father. Is it possible to outrun your past? Fifteen-year-old Edie Fraser and her mother, Sydney, have been trying to do just that for five years. Now, things have gone from bad to worse. Not only has Edie had to move to another new school — she’s in a different country. Sydney promises her that this is their chance at a fresh start, and Edie does her best to adjust to life in London, England, despite being targeted by the school bully. But when Sydney goes out to work the night shift and doesn’t come home, Edie is terrified that the past has finally caught up with them. Alone in a strange country, Edie is afraid to call the police for fear that she’ll be sent back to her abusive father. Determined to find her mother but with no idea where to start, she must now face the most difficult decision of her life.
Category: Young Adult Fiction

Trails Southwest

Author : Diane M. Cece
ISBN : 9781493148806
Genre : Fiction
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TRAILS SOUTHWEST Tom Lacey was a young man who lost his family during a raid by rustlers in the 1870's. Left alone to fend for himself, he sells his father's farm and becomes a drifter and so called saddle tramp. In his desperate pursuit for survival he becomes involved with a band of desperados, learns a fast draw, gains a reputation and flees with Smokey, a cowboy and drifter he befriends. Seeking refuge at a cattle ranch, jobs are offered to them by the prominent rancher. Later he finds himself falling in love with a female who carried enough evidence against him to get him hanged. Buck was John O'Connor's ranch foreman. A tough disciplinarian who made the ranch hands tow the line. He took a dislike to the young new hire he thought was a no count farm boy. It was his job to straighten out the trouble maker and turn him into a worthy ranch hand.
Category: Fiction

Modern Korean Drama

Author : Richard Nichols
ISBN : 9780231520386
Genre : Performing Arts
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Carefully selected and represented, the plays in this collection showcase both the fantastic and the realistic innovations of Korean dramatists during a time of rapid social and historical change. Stretching from 1962 to 2004, these seven works tackle major subjects, such as the close of the Choson dynasty and the aftermath of the Korean War, while delving into trenchant cultural issues, such as the marginalization of students who rebel against mainstream education and the role of traditional values in a materialistic society. Longtime scholar of Korea and its vibrant, politically acute theater, Richard Nichols opens with a general overview of modern Korean drama since 1910 and concludes with an appendix describing theater production and audience attendance in Seoul. He chooses works that aren't just for Korean audiences. These texts confront universal themes and situations, tackling the problem of ambition, the trouble with fidelity, and the complexity of sexual and interpersonal relationships. Nichols situates each work critically, historically, and culturally, including brief biographies of playwrights and extensive notes. A bibliography also provides alternative readings and the titles of additional plays currently available in English. Primed for production, these skillful translations provide Western directors with exciting new material for the stage. At the same time, they offer students and scholars a sophisticated survey of the modern Korean dramatic tradition.
Category: Performing Arts