Spaceballs (1987)

Release Date: June 24, 1987 | DVD Release Date: April 28, 2015

 

Spaceballs 1987 movie reviewPresident Skroob (Mel Brooks) of Planet Spaceballs sends Dark Helmet (Rick Moranis) to kidnap Princess Vespa (Daphne Zuniga) of Plant Druidia in order to blackmail her father (Dick Van Patten). A wrench is thrown in the works when Dark Helmet arrives to find that Vespa has fled on the eve of her wedding with her android friend, Dot Matrix (voiced by Joan Rivers).

 

 

 

 

 

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Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency by Douglas Adams

Publication Date: June 1, 1991

 

Douglas Adams Dirk Gentlys Holistic Detective AgencyDirk Gently is a holistic detective who believes that everything is connected. He sets out to help a man named Richard’s whose girlfriend’s father has been murdered and is convinced that the crime must be solved to clear his own name.

Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency is the first book in the Dirk Gently series.

 

 

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What doesn’t kill us by Nirina Stone

Publication Date: March 12, 2015

 

What doesn't Kill Us by Nirnia StoneLucy Reynolds left home at an early age to escape her abusive environment. Now off to University, she’d like to fly under the radar and forget. Lucy gets caught up in a dangerous game when a secret society called The Seven starts to court her. When Lucy’s friend goes missing, she must fight or she’ll be next. Will she survive and come out stronger?

 

 

 

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The Family Divided (The Guernsey Novels Book 4) by Anne Allen

Publication Date: June 10, 2015

 

The Family Divided (The Guernsey Novels Book 4) by Anne Allen, contemporary fiction book reviewAndy Bastite is on a quest to uncover the secrets of his family’s past. His father, Edmund, lost his place in the family and Andy wants to clear his name. With the help of divorced writer Charlotte Townsend, will he be able to uncover the truth and restore Edmund’s reputation?

The Family Divided is the fourth book in the Guernsey series.

 

 

 

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Girl Jacked (Jack Stratton Book 1) by Christopher Greyson

Publication Date: August 1, 2013

 

Girl Jacked by Christopher GreysonOfficer Jack Stratton’s foster sister, Michelle, is missing. The police believe she just decided to leave but their foster mother, Aunt Haddie, knows that she wouldn’t take off without letting her know. Haddie knows that Jack is that one person that will find Michelle at all costs.

Girl Jacked is the first novel in the Jack Stratton series.

 

 

 

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False Prophet (Saul Marshall Thriller Book 1) by Richard Davis

Publication Date: January 25, 2016

 

Imagine seeing your obituary in the paper just before assassins break into your home. When a cult starts killing people, Agent Saul Marshall is on the case. When that cult kidnaps Saul’s son, he may officially be off of the case, but the rules have changed and it’s winner take all.

False Prophet was given to me as an advanced reader’s copy (ARC) in exchange for my review.

 

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A Light in the Desert by Anne Montgomery

Publication Date: May 27, 2015

 

A Light in the Desert by Anne Montgomery, mystery book reviewThe Amtrak Sunset Limited crashes in the desert under mysterious circumstances. In the area of the crash is a pregnant teen, a soldier suffering from PTSD, a group of Pentecostal zealots waiting for the events foretold in Revelations surely soon to happen. A Light in the Desert is the story of the people surrounding the event.

 

 

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They’re So Vein (The Grateful Undead Book 1) by Susan Stec

Publication Date: October 1, 2012

 

Book Review: They're So Vein by Susan StecSusan,  a 58-year-old woman, encounters an altercation between a woman and a child in a public restroom where she stops while out with her sister. In her enthusiasm to film the conflict to post on her YouTube page, she inadvertently finds herself the object of the strange child’s ire. Susan wakes up to find that she looks 30 years younger and, oh yes, she’s also a vampire. The women in her life are eager to jump on this fountain of youth but the vampire world is much more organized than they thought it would be and their behavior is attracting attention they could do without. Is a youthful body worth the danger they’ve found?

 

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