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These books are by Wisconsin authors or are books about Wisconsin and are available from the Wisconsin Talking Book and Braille Library catalog. Akins, Ellen. Public Life. A videographer is hired to refine a political candidate's media image.
DB Anderson, Kevin J. Champions of the force. In this Star Wars novel, Luke Skywalker lies comatose, fighting for survival on the spirit plane. Dark apprentice. Luke and Han Solo return to Tatooine.
Jedi search. Ansay, A. Vinegar Hill. When James Grier loses his job, he takes his family home to Wisconsin to live with his parents. But the situation becomes stifling for his wife, Ellen, who suddenly finds herself running the household of a bitter and narrow-minded mother-in-law.
Yet, Ellen finds the strength to endure. Some violence. Berg, Elizabeth. Open house: a novel. Abandoned at forty-two, Samantha must make a new life for herself and her eleven-year-old son. After a shopping spree--at her husband's expense--she decides to take in boarders for income. King, who helps Samantha's first tenant move in, becomes a friend and encourages her independence. Some descriptions of sex and some strong language. Bloch, Robert. Bitter ends: the complete stories of Robert Bloch, v. Final reckonings: the complete stories of Robert Bloch, v. Last rites: the complete stories of Robert Bloch, v.
The night of the Ripper. A suspenseful recreation of the Jack the Ripper crimes of the s. The many suspects in the gory murder cases include a lecherous surgeon, a woman-hating barrister, and Queen Victoria's kinky grandson Eddy.
Once around the Bloch: an unauthorized autobiography. Milwaukee-born SF writer Bloch provides a tongue-in-cheek of his life. The classic thriller that inspired the Alfred Hitchcock movie of the same name. A young woman who has just stolen a lot of money has the bad luck to stay at a secluded motel run by a painfully shy manager with a fatal mother fixation. Psycho II. Norman Bates, murderer and former motel owner, is at large again after breaking free from a psycho ward.
He cuts a wide swath of blood all the way to Hollywood, where, as it happens, they are making a movie about his life and crimes. Psycho House. When the Bates Motel and house are rebuilt as a tourist attraction, the murders begin again. Determined to write a book on Bates, Amy Haines finds Fairvale uncooperative when she visits the town during this latest murder epidemic.
Everyone seems a likely suspect, even Amy, whose research is leading her closer to the killer. Screams: three novels of suspense. Twilight Zone, the movie: a novel. Four-part fantasy novel based on the movie. Bowen, Michael A. Can't miss: a novel. When a college senior hits.
Washington deceased: a mystery. A romp which combines politics the art of the possible with a locked-room murder the art of the impossible. Bringle, Mary. The Footpath Murder. Almost everyone in town had a motive for killing John Belford with a bizarre 19th century weapon.
Inspector Davis must decide which one did it. BR The Man in the Moss-Colored Trousers. A half-dozen kids of Gilligan's Crescent, a working-class street in the village of Balgriffin near Dublin, discover the body of a stranger in an abandoned race track. Kindly middle-aged detective Sean Lynch has his work cut for him in identifying both the corpse and the murderer. Open Heart. Rafaella Leone, a beautiful young Italian widow, arrives at the famed Houston Med Center for cardiovascular surgery by world-reknowned Dr.
Before the operation she meets documentary film maker Steven Morrissey, who befriends her and becomes her lover. Bristow, Gwen. Tomorrow is forever. Happily married to her second husband, Elizabeth feels a tremor of recognition when a bearded fugitive writer from Germany comes into her life.
Browning, Pamela. Fly away. When Tim Vogel's old family farm in Curtisville, Kansas, is sold at auction, he unhappily sets out for parts unknown flying a Cessna plane into the Everglades. Then his buddy offers him a job as a crop duster in Wisconsin, where he falls in love with a young woman and is convinced that he has a new life ahead.
Buckley, William F. The Wisconsin senator's life and anticommunist crusade are sympathetically recalled.
Canin, Ethan. Blue River. Two brothers discover they need each other's forgiveness. Emperor of the air: stories. This 1st short story collection won the Houghton Mifflin literary fellowship. For kings and planets: a novel. A look at the dark side of an eastern seaboard family. Chang, Lan Samantha. Hunger: a novella and stories. A novella and five short stories revealing stresses within the family when Chinese immigrants confront cultural difficulties in America. Banta Award winner. Daly, Maureen. Acts of love.Adult seeking sex tonight Bald knob WestVirginia 25010
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Wisconsin : An Annotated Bibliography