Pixelscroll Daily Deals for Wednesday, 09/05/2012
PixelMan says: Save $12.96 (87%) on this KINDLE eBOOK!
All God’s Creatures by Carolyn McSparren
Genre(s): Fiction, Literary Fiction, Contemporary Fiction, Chick-Lit
ften compared to the novels of James Herriot, ALL GOD’S CREATURES follows the life of a woman veterinarian in modern Tennessee. From an unlikely start as a white-glove debutante in the 1960′s to a sexism-defying launch in vet school to the adventures, sorrows, joys and oddities of a long veterinary practice, our heroine spins tales of the animals and people who share her life.
By veteran author and dedicated horsewoman Carolyn McSparren, who also writes the Merry Abbot Carriage Driving Mysteries– THE CART BEFORE THE CORPSE and ONE HOOF IN THE GRAVE.
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Zoe Sophia’s Scrapbook: An Adventure in Venice by Elisa Smalley, Claudia Mauner
Genre(s): Children’s Fiction
oe Sophia is a girl who likes adventure and finds it during an exciting and event-packed vacation to Venice to visit her great aunt Dorothy Pomander. Zoe Sophia, along with her dog, Mickey, sees the sights, explores the city, and is involved in a suspense-filled search for her lost pet. Watercolor illustrations capture the essence of these two peas-in-a-pod, their enjoyable relationship, and the beautiful landscape of Venice, Italy.
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Crazy Ex-Girlfriend by Miranda Lambert
Genre(s): Country, Contemporary Country
From an Amazon Top Reviewer:
RAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND is appropriately named; several of these tunes sizzle with bottled up hatred, from the opener “Gunpowder & Lead” (“his fist is big but my gun’s bigger/he’ll find out when I pull the trigger”), to the title track, even to the whistful “More Like Her” (“You don’t look much like a man from where I’m at,” she sings mournfully). Other tunes are simply insights into darker lifestyles; “Down” and “Desperation” will depress the hell out of you, while “Guilty In Here” tackles a woman who uses the men in her life, and can’t stop (“Is it guilty in here, or is it just me?”). Other songs are a bit more light-hearted, including Gillian Welch’s whimsical “Dry Town” and Lambert’s superb “Famous in a Small Town.”
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