Humor & Entertainment

April 10, 2017

UKULELE MURDER

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"Ukulele Murder: A Nani Johnson Aloha Lagoon Mystery"  by Leslie Langtry

  From USA Today bestselling author Leslie Langtry comes the killer start to a brand new multi-author series... Nani Johnson thought she had it made when she moved from Kansas to the resort town of Aloha Lagoon, Kauai. In spite of her certifiably crazy mom, Nani is determined that nothing will stop her from becoming a ukulele virtuoso! Unfortunately her Julliard training doesn't help her break into the local music scene due to some heavy competition from the Terrible Trio—three hostile, local musicians. The only work she finds is a few bar mitzvahs and gigs at the kitschy Blue Hawaii Wedding Chapel. But when one of Nani's competitors drops dead right after a public feud, Nani becomes the police's main suspect. A missing murder weapon, mysterious threats, and a heck of a frame-up job all have Nani worrying she'll be trading in her flowery muumuus for prison orange. Enter hunky local botanist Nick Woodfield, who just might be able to help her clear her name...that is if he doesn't have secrets of his own. With the bodies stacking up, the danger closing in, and the authorities circling, Nani must track down a killer...before she ends up the latest victim of the Ukulele Murderer! [alert style="warning"]On Sale April 10-16 $ .99[/alert]

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April 6, 2017

A FALLING FRIEND

"A FALLING FRIEND" by Sue Featherstone and Susan Pape

"Chick Lit with attitude!" With each callous thing she says and every selfish choice she makes, it's all setting thirty-something Teri up for a nasty fall. But best friend Lee is done trying to warn her. And besides, Lee has her own life to sort out. Two friends with the same ambitions, but with vastly different ways of achieving them. A FALLING FRIEND is a witty, character-driven novel for the intelligent woman.

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March 20, 2017

The Sound of Midnight Fire

"The Sound of Midnight Fire" by Rick Jankowski

The Sound of Midnight Fire is a collection of thirty general fiction, science fiction and humorous stories by award winning writer, Rick Jankowski. This collection includes two Pushcart Prize nominated stories: The Deception, a tale about a dying Chicago Cubs fan and his son, who will do anything to ensure the Cubs win; and The Edifice, a story about a star roving anthropologist who makes a startling discovery about God. Other stories include: • The Pepper Mill, a story about an artifact that can make its owner rich beyond imagination; • Sometimes on Mondays, a tragic tale of unrequited love; • The Jimmy Bertucci stories, which chronicle the humorous adventures of a college con artist on the make; • Of Time, Fraud and Thieves, in which crooks travel through time to steal stuff – and sell it on Ebay; • The Conspiracy, the story of two little boys who set out to prove there’s no Santa Claus; • The Sound of Midnight Fire, a haunting piece about the last novel ever written.

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March 19, 2017

The Extraordinary Book of Useless Information: The Most Fascinating Facts That Don’t Really Matter


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There are more incredibly pointless and delightfully entertaining things to discover in this new entry in the #1 New York Times bestselling series.

You probably never knew…

• Ronald Reagan is the only president who has been divorced.
• It is estimated that half of the world’s spider species have yet to be discovered.
• November 15 is National Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day.

And did you really ever have to know…

• The whiskers on a harbor seal are known as “vibrissae”?
• Modern scholars believe Isaac Newton may have had Asperger’s syndrome?
• In the 1920s, Hollywood made twice as many films a year as it does today?Used Book in Good Condition
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