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Murder in the Sacristy: A Fifth Columnist Mystery By Daniel Lord
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A sacristan is found murdered in the sacristy and the safe robbed of valuable jewels. All clues seem to point to the priest as the murderer. But is the priest the guilty party - or is it the... More > communist? - the Nazi? - the Senator's wife? --- or someone else? This mystery novel, set in World War II Chicago, was written by Daniel A Lord, S.J., who was a priest and popular American Catholic writer. The subjects of the works in his bibliography range from religion, humor, plays, songs, mysteries and even politics. His most influential work was possibly in drafting the 1930 Production Code for motion pictures. (Introduction by Maria Therese) [From librivox.org]< Less
Funny Side Up: Humorous Essays By Karen Money Williams
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Karen Money Williams has been a newspaper humor columnist in Oregon and Florida. This is a collection of 87 of her most popular columns on a variety of topics that she knows well - everything from... More > dust bunnies to Dave Barry, perilous parenting to Internet fraud, NBA sports to bumper snickers, video games to house-hunting, weight gain to tree-huggers. You'll see yourself in Karen's satire, and you'll chuckle at the condition of the human condition< Less
CAUGHT IN THE SHOWER WITHOUT A PENCIL -- Baby Boomer Humor, And Other Maturity Problems By B. Elwin Sherman
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CAUGHT IN THE SHOWER WITHOUT A PENCIL is B. Elwin Sherman’s rapid-fire patchwork of Baby Boomer humor. If you’ve ever been caught in the shower without a pencil, (and you know what that... More > means) you’ll find what you meant to say here --- from the rubble of 9/11’s “Ground Zero Genesis,” to the revelation of a child’s grace in “The God Cartoon, And Long May It Rain.” Ninety-one hilarious ways to relive it all --- and laugh until you dry.< Less
CAUGHT IN THE SHOWER WITHOUT A PENCIL -- Baby Boomer Humor, And Other Maturity Problems By B. Elwin Sherman
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CAUGHT IN THE SHOWER WITHOUT A PENCIL is B. Elwin Sherman’s rapid-fire patchwork of Baby Boomer humor. If you’ve ever been caught in the shower without a pencil, (and you know what that... More > means) you’ll find what you meant to say here --- from the rubble of 9/11’s “Ground Zero Genesis,” to the revelation of a child’s grace in “The God Cartoon, And Long May It Rain.” Ninety-one hilarious ways to relive it all --- and laugh until you dry.< Less
Disposable Catheters & Other Musings: A Collection of Humorous Essays About Nothing in Particular By Matthew Gerwitz
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A collection of humorous essays in the same vein as columnist Dave Barry. Author Matt Gerwitz talks TV commercials, UFOs, World Cup Soccer, and more, in a way that brings out the humorous side of... More > reality. Life is funny...laugh a little.< Less
Disposable Catheters & Other Musings: a collection of humorous essays about nothing in particular By Matthew Gerwitz
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A collection of humorous essays in the same vein as columnist Dave Barry. Author Matt Gerwitz talks TV commercials, UFOs, World Cup Soccer, and more, in a way that brings out the humorous side of... More > reality. Life is funny...laugh a little.< Less
Moods from Marbletown: Where Literary Humor Goes to Die By Leonard Pierce
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From the mind of Leonard Pierce, the forensic pathologist of literary humor, comes "Moods from Marbletown", a collection of short pieces with one foot in the grave of literature and its... More > head in the clouds of pop culture. From robot romance to zombie marriage counseling, from evil condiments to polite metal, and from psychic chalkboards to demonic advice columnists, "Moods from Marbletown" comes not to praise the art of modern humor, but to bury it.< Less
The Abandoned Farmers His Humorous Account of a Retreat from the City to the Farm By Irvin S. (Irvin Shrewsbury) Cobb
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Irvin Shrewsbury Cobb (June 23, 1876 – March 11, 1944) was... More > an American author, humorist, editor and columnist from Paducah, Kentucky who relocated to New York in 1904, living there for the remainder of his life. He wrote for the New York World, Joseph Pulitzer's newspaper, as the highest paid staff reporter in the United States.Cobb also wrote more than 60 books and 300 short stories. Some of his works were adapted for silent movies. Several of his Judge Priest short stories were adapted in the 1930s for two feature films directed by John Ford.Cobb was the second of four children born to Kentucky natives in Paducah, Kentucky. His maternal grandfather, Reuben Saunders, M.D., is credited with discovering in 1873 that hypodermic use of morphine-atropine halted cholera. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irvin_S._Cobb< Less
FreezeFrame: Vol. 1: 1997 - 2000 By Matt Baxter
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(humor columns) A collection of humor columns written between 1997 and 2000. These are the original masterpieces, the origins to the worldwide phenomenon known as FreezeFrame that continues well into... More > the new millennium. They cover a diverse list of topics: work, family, kleptomania, baloney, death, and much more.< Less
Second Thoughts By Lee B. Weaver
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Second Thoughts is a collection of (hopefully) humorous personal essays about a life steeped in bad taste, bad luck, and bad judgement—all told in Lee B. Weaver’s uniquely pedantic and... More > overwrought style. Originally published during Weaver’s time as a newspaper columnist, the stories have been lovingly reworked so that regular people—the kind of people with no clear recollection of what a newspaper (or columnist) once was—might actually find them interesting. In other words, these stories contain casual slang, gratuitous profanity, and more Oxford commas than you can shake a stick at. You’re in for a real treat. Seriously, buying this book will be smartest thing you’ve done in a long time. So go ahead. Buy it. Don’t be stupid.< Less