Gunslinger: the remarkable, improbable, iconic life of Brett Favre by Jeff Pearlman. Page 209 says, "Team cohesion was put to the test in late November when the Packers went out on a limb to sign wide receiver Andre Rison off waivers."
Unmentionable: the Victorian lady's guide to sex, marriage, and manners by Therese Oneill. Page 99 says, "In her later years she traveled the lecture circuit, advising ladies on how to make themselves worthy of being a king's bit of boom-boom on the side."
Page 196 says, "This is a description of the nineteenth-century version of an unwashed ponytail, yoga pants, and faded WILLIE NELSON HONEYSUCKLE ROSE TOUR T-shirt."
Foiled!: easy, tasty, tin foil meals by Jesseca Hallows. Page 32 says, "Cook the spaghetti noodles at home and store in a big plastic container or bag."
The Penny Jumper by James Grippando. An astrophysicist looking to integrate observatories into a massive telescope takes a quick job to write code for Wall Street. She gets framed for theft and trouble ensues.
The Terranauts by T.C. Boyle. People are locked into domes in Arizona to see if colonization would work on another planet.
A Baxter Family Christmas by Karen Kingsbury. Christmas novel.
The Whistler by John Grisham. I bet there is a lawyer. Let's check ... yep, a lawyer investigates a judge.
Fields Where They Lay by Timothy Hallinan. A Junior Bender novel. These are very good.
A Lowcountry Christmas by Mary Alice Monroe. Some kid wants a dog for Christmas.