The Mayonnaise Murders by Keith A. Owens

Publication Date: September 24, 2012

 

KO_The_Mayonnaise_MurderVee, the reporter and Vid the problem solver—both critters—happen to stumble upon a very dead human, Johnny Beardy. Notable upon Beardy’s body is mayonnaise, which has been illegal for years on Planet 10 as it becomes a potent drug when mixed with an unnamed chemical. What develops is a deep plot of revenge that has Vid and Vee traveling the universe and landing in Colorado. Will they do the right or the easy thing?

 

 

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ec·o·nom·ics: a simple twist on normalcy by Kersten Kelly

Publication Date: March 5, 2012

 

Eec·o·nom·ics: a simple twist on normalcy by Kersten Kellyc·o·nom·ics: a simple twist on normalcy by Kersten Kelly is a nonfiction book about economics that outlines basic principles with relatable examples relevant to current life. This is not, under normal circumstances, a book I would have ever picked to read on my own. I was asked, by the author, to read this book and post an honest review.

 

 

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