Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Book, books, and more books........

Before Liz Lemon, before "Weekend Update," before "Sarah Palin," Tina Fey was just a young girl with a dream: recurring stress dream that she was being chased through a local airport by her middle-school gym teacher. She also had a dream that one day she would become a comedian on TV.
She has seen both these dreams come true.
At last, Tina Fey's story can be told. From her youthful days as a vicious nerd to her tour of duty on Saturday Night Live; from her passionately halfhearted pursuit of physical beauty to her life as a mother eating things off the floor; from her one-sided college romance to her nearly fatal honeymoon--from the beginning of this paragraph to this final sentence.
Tina Fey reveals all, and proves what we've all suspected: you're no one until someone calls you bossy.

When Earl Alden is found dead, dangling from a wind turbine, it's his wife, Missy, who is arrested. Unfortunately for Joe Pickett, Missy is his mother-in-law, a woman he dislikes heartily (and vice versa), and now he doesn't know what to do--especially when the early signs point to her being guilty as sin.
But then things happen to make Joe wonder: Is Earl's death what it appears to be? Is Missy being set up? He has the county attorney and sheriff on one side, his wife on the other, his estranged frienf Nate on a lethal mission of his own, and some powerful interests breathing down his neck.
Whichever way this goes...it's not going to be good.

At Home on Ladybug Farm, by Donna Ball
Bottom of the 33rd, by Dan Barry
Chasing Fire, by Nora Roberts
Delirious, by Daniel Palmer
Eve, by Iris Johansen
Fatal Fixer Upper, by Jennie Bentley
Fifty-Six Joe DiMaggio, by Kostya Kennedy
The Goodbye Quilt, by Susan Wiggs
I'll Walk Alone, by Mary Higgins Clark
Learning to Swim, by Sara J. Henry
Love Letters from Ladybug Farm, by Donna Ball
Love You More, by Lisa Gardner
Miss Julia Delivers the Goods, by Ann B. Ross
Money and Power, by William D. Cohan
Murder is Binding, by Lorna Barrett
Murder Past Due, by Miranda James
On What Grounds, by Cleo Coyle
Silver Boat, by Luanne Rice
Started Early Took My Dog, by Kate Atkinson
This Life Is In Your Hands, by Melissa Coleman
Through the Grinder, by Cleo Coyle
Two Kisses for Maddy, by Matthew Logelin
A Year on Ladybug Farm, by Donna Ball

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