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The premise was that each player (girls, of course), had to assemble an outfit that matched the date (a guy, of course: the game was originally issued in 1965, after all).
The date was chosen by twirling the plastic doorknob and opening the door.
I thought this was a hilarious game and a great idea. But lately I have been telling myself: find the story. I don't have time to read a book I'm not interested in. From its size and thickness and flexibility, I picked a trade paperback and checked it out. I was glad I had decided to go ahead and take the risk. Of course they would choose books they felt were worthy, books that they loved.
The only way to find the story is to take the next step. The checkout slip listed the title, but I did not recognize it. A book I probably never would have discovered on my own. But if I had thought for one second about who had picked the books, I would have smacked my forehead: librarians.
He is the author of The Mystery Method: How to Get Beautiful Women Into Bed.
Mystery describes himself as a "late bloomer" and acknowledges that he spent his early life playing Dungeons & Dragons and he had little or no success with women.
The merry minstrel of Three Pines, Paul Hochman, takes it one book at a time, and examines the art, literature, poetry, music, philosophy that informs the themes of the series. I think you'd enjoy the books even more if read in order.
If this sounds like you, boy have we got the blind date for you.
Better still, you don't have to get off the couch, or even wear outside pants!
If someone is crafting something on the street, stop to ask questions. I still thought it was going to be something like Family Recipes for a Happy Life or Ways to Please Your Man or something equally silly.
, the latest Gamache novel, was released at the end of August and hit #1 on the New York Times and Globe and Mail lists, making it the most popular book in North America! The stylistic result is that a Gamache mystery reads a bit like an incantatory epic poem....