Paid For: my journey through prostitution by Rachel Moran. This had a real good review. Moran was a street kid who started prostituting and as a teen. Moran quit the work at 22-years-old and discusses the mental and physical aspects of the work. Page 25 says, [I cannot find a short sentence].
Unabrow: misadventures of a late bloomer by Una Lamarche. Humorous essays about growing up and then becoming a parent. Page 248 says, "Is Una a reliable narrator?"
The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson edited by Thomas H. Johnson. We either needed a copy or the last copy was beat to heck.
Lake House by Kate Morton. The cover illustration says, "Rough seas ahead!"
Host by Robin Cook. The cover illustration says, "That man has no face!"
Fear the Dark by Kay Hooper. The cover illustration says, "I'm not going in there."
Rogue Lawyer by John Grisham. The cover illustration says, "Wow, this is a nice downtown view, check out the construction cranes over there."
Golden Age by Jane Smiley. The cover illustration says, "Yeah, but I don't think it'll rain so let's walk."