Friday, January 08, 2010

Traditional French Cooking With Fronch Dressing. Fronch Fries. Fronch Bread.


Julie and Julia. Woman cooks recipes while Streep pretends to be a Child.

In the Loop with James Gandolfini and English People. British government spokesman says war is unforseeable and causes lots of trouble at home and the U.S.

The Burrowers starring Clancy Brown. Horror movie set in 1879 South Dakota. I don't remember why I ordered this. Maybe it was cheap.

Wrong Turn at Tahoe starring Cuba Gooding, Jr. Debt collector for the mob gets stuck in battle between mob and drug dealer.

Music on CD

Back Spacer by Pearl Jam. Seattle song singers.

Greatest Hits by The Foo Fighters. Drummer sings songs.

Now That's What I call Music: 31. Pop singers singing pop songs.


Faces of the Gone by Brad Parks. Reporter in Newark investigates a quadruple murder the police have written off.

My Dead Body by Charlie Huston. Huston's latest in the tale of Joe Pitt, noir vampire of NYC.

Fit to Be Tied by Robin Lee Hatcher. Idaho Cowgirl in 1916 falls in love with English aristocrat.

Dawn's Prelude by Tracie Peterson. Young widow with inheritance goes to Alaska and meets a Swede.

Sting of Justice by Cora Harrison. Mystery set in medieval Ireland that had a real good review. Woman investigates murder by bee sting.

Dracula the Un-Dead by Dacre Stoker and Ian Holt. "The sequel to the original classic." 25 years after Dracula with the son of Jonathan and Mina Harker finding out what happened.

The House of Mystery by DC Comics. Compilation of horror comics.

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