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The Good, The Bad and The Silly: A Jigneshbhai and Swami story by Ranjit Kulkarni 4.1 Stars (10 Reviews)    Price verified 16 minutes ago

Get Ready for Swami and Jigneshbhai! The one thing that Jigneshbhai likes is a quite life. But his restless friend doesn't let him have much of it. Especially when it comes to his health. "My cholesterol has gone up. My triglycerides are also on the higher side, The sugar level is also not very comfortable. I am on the edge of being prediabetic," Swami announced, and that was just the start. When that innocent health check-up report was seen by Raji Periamma, it leads to Swami and Jigneshbhai meeting a specialist. And it turns out to be only the first step in a series of unexpected episodes. It starts with an accidental meet with astrologers, leads them to a funny drunkard and results in some unnecessary action at the cinema hall. It starts a set of funny coincidences and uneasy trickery leading up to a temple visit that shakes Swami's faith. As Jigneshbhai and Swami manoeuvre this motley group of the bad and the silly, it takes a speech and a doctor's appointment for the confusion to unwind and let the multiple cats out of the multiple bags! The author builds an intriguing tale of good vs evil through a set of motley silly characters and everyday situations that accompany Swami's book smartness and Jigneshbhai's street smartness. Often delving into the difference between knowledge and wisdom with philosophical musings, the author peppers them with tongue-in-cheek humour. The characters of the wealthy old man and a spiritual talking dog Deja add a taste of comic wisdom. Ranjit Kulkarni takes us on a ride with Jigneshbhai and Swami in his debut novel - a ride that is a mix of humour and wisdom, and as the title aptly suggests a mix of the good, the bad and the silly.

Genre: Humor & Satire [x]
Length: 260 Pages (1,440 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Oct 24th, 2020

Dog Collar Crime: A Crime Caper Cozy Animal Mystery (A Lucie Rizzo Mystery Book 1) by Adrienne Giordano (ALG Publishing) 4.3 Stars (561 Reviews)    Price verified 7 hours ago

"This mystery will sink its fangs into your funny bone and drag you along by a leash of laughter." -- Denise Swanson, New York Times Bestselling Author Out of work and down on her luck, Lucie Rizzo is forced to do the one thing she's long avoided -- come home to her nutty, mob-infested family. This move brings her back into the tempting arms of Frankie Falcone, the smoldering Italian ex who's no stranger to living with the mob. When Lucie parlays her temporary dog-walking gig into a legit career, Frankie becomes her number one supporter. Suddenly, shaking her mob princess reputation doesn't seem so crazy... until three of her clients are dognapped. Lucie is thrown into a criminal conspiracy straight out of a gangster movie. If she isn't careful, she could end up... sleeping with the fishes! Dog Collar Crime is book one in the Lucie Rizzo Mystery series. For more Lucie Rizzo fun, check out all the titles in this high-spirited, hilarious series - read 'em all! * Knocked Off * Limbo * Boosted * Limbo (novella) * Whacked * Cooked * Incognito * "... quirky characters, offbeat crimes, and laugh out loud humor... "

Genre: Humor & Satire [x]
Length: 287 Pages (1,840 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Oct 24th, 2020

Extracurricular - Book 1 of 3: Humorous Dark Comedy by Josie Brown (Signal Press) 4.0 Stars (41 Reviews)    Price verified 7 hours ago

IN BOOK 1 OF JOSIE BROWN'S LATEST 3-NOVEL EPISODIC SERIES Audrey Thorpe's dirty little secret will soon be the downfall of everyone and everything she holds dear: love, family, friends, and her high school alma mater.? It's your child's senior year. A private prep school's reputation is at stake. A math teacher refuses to grade his final exams on a curve. Students have only one more shot at the SAT before college applications are due. And a few desperate parents have much more money than brains. In Extracurricular, new lust, old loves, a dark family secret, and rich crazy parents behaving badly lead to a college admissions cheating scandal, setting off a crisis of conscience for the parents, teachers, administrator, and the students involved -- And a catharsis for one couple about their marriage. [NOTE TO READERS: As with all episodic novel series, Books 1 and 2 end in cliffhangers and all plot threads are resolved in Book 3] PRAISE FOR EXTRACURRICULAR - BOOK 1: "Master storyteller of the competitively elite, Totlandia's Josie Brown graduates from strollers and playgroups to the high stakes game of college admissions in this captivating tale of trickery, deceit, and unrequited love. Told across three episodic novels, in Book 1, meet the movers, the shakers, and the dirty-deal makers that, together, establish a page-turning premise to carry us forward: It's the tiny twists of fate that change us. A++ for Extracurricular!" -- Julie Valerie, author of Holly Banks Full of Angst "Josie Brown brings it, in this ripped-from-the-headlines romp of a novel set in the world of academia and its shadow world - extracurricular activities that may not be legal. It has romance and intrigue, and a pace that doesn't let up. Highly entertaining. Sure to delight Brown's legions of fans." ? -- Eileen Goudge, New York Times bestselling author of Garden of Lies "Delicious, hilarious, and addictive, Extracurricular has all the hallmarks of a classic Josie Brown book: ...

Genre: Humor & Satire [x]
Length: 292 Pages (6,643 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Oct 24th, 2020

Truelove Hills - The Matchmaker by Patrina McKenna 3.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 10 hours ago

Secrets and lies in Truelove Hills can lead to only one thing - a weekend that changes everything... Twins, Tabitha and Tallulah Makepeace, are inseparable. They've grown up in Truelove Hills; work in their father's public house and even live above it. The only time they've been away from home was when they went to art school in London - which, of course, they went to together. Now at twenty-three years' old, their lives could be considered boring. Romance is considerably lacking; working behind the bar with Steve and Bruce Copperfield is a chore. Bruce still holds a light for Tallulah after a brief fling months ago, and Tabitha put a stop to Steve's advances before they even got off the ground. However, there's help on the way; Lady Leticia Lovett is keen to see the two youngest Makepeace girls settle down like their elder sisters, Hannah and Matilda. The new nursery manager, Miss Mae, also wants to lend a helping hand. Between them, Lady Lovett and Miss Mae organise a Matchmaking event at Chateau Amore de Pebblio for the August Bank Holiday weekend. Tallulah is reluctant to attend, but Tabitha is willing to give it a go. Little do they know it will be a weekend that will change their lives forever.

Genre: Humor & Satire [x]
Length: 179 Pages (913 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Oct 24th, 2020

Monkey Mind (Haint Blue Adventure Along the Way Book 1) by J Elliott (Hedonistic Hound Press) 4.9 Stars (10 Reviews)    Price verified 7 hours ago

Some folks with mid-life crises purchase cars, boats or fantasy trips. Haint Blue bought an old fish camp. Sexy, huh? She spent the rest of her inheritance fixing it up. The opening weekend arrives with odd guests, wildlife, bad weather and murder. Haint assists the local sheriff while side-stepping his advances. It seems the focus of the weekend, "Finding Inner Peace" is as elusive as the killer. She will have to use her Buddhist tenets to keep it cool despite the crisis, hot flashes and Florida heat.

Genre: Humor & Satire [x]
Length: 467 Pages (1,217 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Oct 24th, 2020

Give Me a Break: A Jigneshbhai and Swami story by Ranjit Kulkarni 3.6 Stars (3 Reviews)    Price verified 7 hours ago

A hilarious slice-of-life about greed, wealth, and one man's search for some peace and quiet! Desperate to get away from the city and take a much-needed break, Swami escapes to a quiet country farmhouse where he hopes he can relax in nature. But if only it was that easy! Swami, Jigneshbhai and his talkative Shridhar Mama soon stumble on much more than they bargained for. Swami's long-lost activist friend is on his own trip, lamenting his life and eagerly looking to make a quick buck. His ambitious boss is on a mission to get to the next level - no matter what it takes. And a young and trendy fashionista couple dream of finding the perfect land to set up shop. As everyone descends on the countryside, each driven by their own greed, Swami begins to wonder if he's really getting a break at all! And little does he know that when he returns home, things are about to get even crazier than before... Blending classic slice-of-life humor with anecdotal satire, Give Me a Break paints a hilarious and relatable picture of greed, ambition, and human nature. Reminiscent of the timeless literary and humorous novels of old, this book is perfect for fans of fun and engaging books steeped in everyday human problems. Grab your copy now!

Genre: Humor & Satire [x]
Length: 154 Pages (1,718 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Oct 24th, 2020

Any One Moment (Heart of the Canyon Book 3) by Jacie Middlemann 5.0 Stars (5 Reviews)    Price verified 8 hours ago

Any One Moment is the third book in the Heart of the Canyon series, continuing the story of Mallie Westin, Clay Tobin, and Lizzie Patterson, neighbors in a small cluster of homes that were built over fifty years ago in a secluded corner of the canyon they call home... a place where the bonds of family and friendship remain strong even against the test of time. Leila Westin has held off coming back to the canyon where she grew up for as long as she could. If she was honest with herself she knew that time could be measured in years and not just the months since her mother had returned. It was easy enough for her to lay blame on her busy schedule but she knew better. She suspected her mother did as well. When she finally made the trip she didn't arrive alone. She had a few pet carriers in the car with her and they weren't empty. She had a strong feeling her mother didn't expect her to. Leila knew too that her mother would give her a fair hearing. She wasn't so certain about either of her mother's two neighbors... one that she knew well and the other she only knew from all that she'd heard about him. It didn't take her long to realize Lizzie Patterson, world known actress, hadn't changed at all. She was still the woman who taught her that life wasn't just a journey but an adventure. Clay Tobin wasn't as easy for her to read. What bothered her was whether she was being completely fair with the man... and if not... why? Years ago Mallie Westin left her home because she felt she had no choice. Now years later, the choice is hers. The Heart of the Canyon series is about the strength of family, the endurance of friendship, and the unwavering and unconditional longing for home... and all it means. Any One Moment is the third in this heartwarming series, also available is All We Keep and Everything We Are, soon to come is Each Day Since. Heart of the Canyon series All We Keep Everything We Are Any One Moment Each Day Since All in Time Moments We Hold

Genre: Humor & Satire [x]
Length: 130 Pages (2,381 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Oct 24th, 2020

Astral Projects by Tom Picton 5.0 Stars (4 Reviews)    Price verified 8 hours ago

A loveable rogue with an eye for the ladies is launched into a world of out of body experiences under the watchful eye of a tetchy dwarf with help from an agoraphobic neighbour and a rapper and facing foes including a demon psychiatrist, evil landlord and a god or two. Much bacon is eaten, beer drunk and wisecracks uttered in this epic tale where true life meets fantasy.

Genre: Humor & Satire [x]
Length: 137 Pages (425 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Oct 24th, 2020

An Italian Job. Two Days in the Life of an Englishman in Italy by Dominic Stewart 3.9 Stars (7 Reviews)    Price verified 11 hours ago

A follow-up to the author's Crossing the Cultural Divide: the Gaffes of an Englishman in Italy, which recounted the adventures and misadventures of Hugh Stalwart over a time-span of more than 20 years among the Italians, this hilarious book presents us with a more mature, more reflective, though only slightly less accident-prone Stalwart, who on the occasion of his 50th birthday feels the need to weigh things up after all his time in Italy, to establish why he still resides there and why he left his native England in the first place. His reflections are hampered, however, by a hectic work schedule in Verona, Macerata and Rome, by wacky students, by his tendency to nod off, by his fixation with rugby, and by various human beings insensitively invading his personal space. A lively array of characters includes Ham, an outspoken, muscle-bound New Yorker, and Stalwart's temperamental, unfathomable colleague Lucia, whose fascination with this Englishman appears to go well beyond mere cross-cultural issues... Dominic Stewart has lived in Italy since 1987. He teaches English Language and Italian-English Translation at the University of Macerata, Italy.

Genre: Humor & Satire [x]
Length: 183 Pages (1,828 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Oct 24th, 2020

The Desperation of Harry by E Ryan Janz 3.6 Stars (20 Reviews)    Price verified 11 hours ago

In this amazing romantic-mystery loaded with dark humor, twenty-three-year-old Monty Hill leaves his Midwestern roots for 1977 Hollywood with dreams of becoming a major film screenwriter. He meets Harry, an unpredictable yet endearing man, who in hopes to assist Monty financially, steers him to an apparently dangerous producer of adult movies, who demands Monty write him the biggest moneymaker of all time. Meanwhile, Monty stumbles through a series of volatile romantic relationships with a variety of women while an unidentified pedophile looms in the background, inexplicably relating his own brief narratives. There are shocks and secrets aplenty buried in this intelligent story based on actual events, but it's up to the reader to figure out where they are hidden before they crash-land with thoroughly unexpected explosions.

Genre: Humor & Satire [x]
Length: 334 Pages (1,949 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Oct 24th, 2020

A Coward in Modern China (the first Professor Runworth adventure Book 1) by Jon Lee Junior 3.9 Stars (5 Reviews)    Price verified 7 hours ago

A Coward in Modern China is a travel comedy, crime caper and adventure - based on the escapades of bogus professor Robert Runworth. Its first line is: "This is the story of a knowing scoundrel, and of what became of him." Set largely in contemporary Beijing, and partly in California, it is raunchy and mischievous in its plot and action. Yet the pages are also classically stylish; and historically detailed in their account of life in China today. The book is always entertaining, by its exotic setting and fascinating insights as much as its farcical humor. Here is a good old-fashioned yarn in the tradition of the Flashman series. Indeed, Runworth is of mixed American and British ancestry. The narrator's voice has both an up-to-date quality and the timeless feel of more classical literature. Its main character is a thoughtful villain, rather like Dexter. Therefore, like all truly entertaining literature and laugh-out-loud comedies, the 'A Coward in... ' series is not for the politically correct. Written by British author, Jon Lee Junior, who has lived and taught in Asia for 12 years.

Genre: Humor & Satire [x]
Length: 381 Pages (683 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Oct 24th, 2020
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