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"Awww, come on guys, it's so simple maybe you need a refresher course. It's all ball bearings nowadays." - Fletch
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Donald knew that loss was a terrible thing, especially when you lose it. | Tales From the Pub: "The Return": http://buff.ly/1i1NiHi
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"Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work." - John L. Mason
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The mob is in no mood to discuss end-times theology: Read 'Tribulation House' FREE
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David Suchet's final Poirot episodes: the end of one of TV's great castings
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Why did they have to?? He was the role. That walk that twitch of the moe. I will miss it.
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Novelist William Boyd talks about taking James Bond back to his roots with SOLO:
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Like most of us, busy Eton Trent had little time for puppets. Tales From the Pub: "Puppet For Your Thoughts": http://buff.ly/19XulEP
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He's got to figure out who stuck him with this halo if he doesn't want to get fitted with prison stripes—or a harp and wings...
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The new crime comedy from Chris Well (Forgiving Solomon Long,
the Earl Walker Mysteries):

When unemployed crime reporter Harry Truman gets a note from a local mission thanking him for his generous contribution—to the tune of a half million dollars—he's reasonably certain he had nothing to do with it. But then the IRS comes banging on his door, followed quickly by the FBI, and some very nasty men, and soon Truman knows he's got to figure out who stuck him with this halo if he doesn't want to get fitted with prison stripes—or a harp and wings...

FOR READERS WHO LIKE: Gregory Mcdonald (Fletch), Oliver Bleeck (Philip St. Ives series), Donald Westlake (Dortmunder series), Elmore Leonard (Get Shorty), Carl Hiaasen (Nature Girl), and Harlan Coben (Myron Bolitar series)