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Call Me Pomeroy is not for every reader. This foulmouthed parolee fancies himself a rock star and knows his smoky-voiced parole officer should be his agent. Pomeroy is crude and rough and we are amazed that he not only has read the classics, but applies them to himself. The poor man thinks far too much about sex, never seems to get any, and proceeds through life like Don Quixote on Viagra. Hilarious in a strange way, we repeat, Call Me Pomeroy is not for every reader. However it has 90 reviews and a 4.5 star rating on Amazon! Proceed at your own risk.



Replacement Children: The Unconscious Script explains why children born after the death of a sibling or after a family trauma are treated differently and discusses the consequences. Authors Rita Battat Silverman and Abigail Brenner, MD share stories from replacement children and follow up with clinical facts. Foreword by Katie Couric.

Available in paperback, Kindle, and hardback.

ISBN: 9781937818296 $18.95

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Dodging Satan: My Irish/Italian, Sometimes Awesome, but Mostly Creepy, Childhood by Kathleen Zamboni-McCormick is out! Pick it up on Amazon or order through your favorite bookstore. Download via Kindle. Available in paperback in February.

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