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More Book eHarmony November 30, 2007

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Just in time for your holiday reading, more new library books looking for love! 

Cujo by Stephen King

Single brown book seeks courageous companion to share life’s strangeness. Enjoys running and staying up late with all the lights on. Must love dogs.

Marvel 1602 by Neil Gaiman

Single black book, loves art, history, attending ComiCon, seeks friend and companion for adventure. Must be open to new perspectives, multiple art forms. Other geek cred optional.

Interview with the Vampire by Anne Rice

Small black paperback, nice sharp teeth, prefers nighttime, hates garlic; prefers date with soft neck and O positive.  Let’s get together for drinks.

Dancing Naked in the Mind Field by Kary Mullis

Slender blue and white book, Nobel Prize winning author, enjoys chemistry, surfing, and aliens; seeking eccentric and curious reader with good DNA and sense of humor.  I’ll blind you with science.

Codependent No More:  How to Stop Controlling Others and Start Caring for Yourself  by Melody Beattie

Green paperback, 20, bestseller, into self-help; seeking basket case with low self-esteem, anger, addiction, and guilt.  Let me fix you.  We’ll do the 12 step.

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1. michael_w » More Book E-Harmony - November 30, 2007

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