Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Last Post of the Year. Maybe.

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The Loveliest Chocolate Shop in Paris by Jenny Colgan. filled with dog hair.

Betrayed by Lisa Scottoline. You think Scottoline ever thought about changing her name by dropping the "o"? Scottline sounds kinda exciting, doesn't it? "Looks like trouble, Bob. We better call the Scottline." or "The dam's burst! We'll all drown unless Scottline gets here in time!"

Cinderella Murder by Mary Higgins Clark and Alafair Burke.  You know who likes Alafair Burke's novels? J.D. Rhoades.  I suppose James Lee Burke likes her books too. Except he is Alafair's father so you could presume some bias.

Christmas in Cowboy Country by Janet Dailey. Did you know James Lee Burke taught at Wichita State for a while? I once applied for a job at WSU.

The One: book three in the Selection series by Keira Cass. The WSU job was in cataloging. I dodged a bullet there, let me tell you. Being a librarian is being the a punchline to jokes about wussies, wimps and milquetoasts. Being a cataloger is the punchline to librarian jokes about weirdos.

Thomas Kinkade's Cape Light All Is Bright by Katherine Spencer. What a lame corporate title.

Commons Park Ice Skating Rink.

It is almost ready.

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