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Friday, June 22, 2018

365 Groovy Books Worth Reading #224 - 249


Today I continue my list of 365 Groovy Books Worth Reading (in random order). Click here for the previous 223 books - and click on a title for more information or to purchase a copy:

224) Enter Talking (1986) by Joan Rivers (with Richard Meryman)


225) Madeline Kahn: Being the Music, A Life (2015) by William V. Madison


226) The Confessions of Phoebe Tyler (1980) by Ruth Warrick (with Don Preston)


227) Invisible Life (1994) by E. Lynn Harris


228) The Stepford Wives (1972) by Ira Levin


229) The Story of Babar: The Little Elephant (1931) by Jean de Brunhoff


230) Shelley: Also Known as Shirley (1980) by Shelley Winters


231) Shelley II: The Middle of My Century (1990) by Shelley Winters


232) Past Imperfect: An Autobiography (1984) by Joan Collins


233) Logical Family: A Memoir (2017) by Armistead Maupin


234) Haywire (1977) by Brooke Hayward


235) Shock Value: A Tasteful Book About Bad Taste (1981) by John Waters


236) The Harrad Experiment (1966) by Robert H. Rimmer


237) Ordinary People (1976) by Judith Guest


238) Daytime Drama (2003) by Dave Benbow


239) You'll Never Eat Lunch in This Town Again (1991) by Julia Phillips


240) Running with Scissors: A Memoir (2002) by Augusten Burroughs


241) The Lord Won't Mind (1970) by Gordon Merrick


242) Two Gentlemen Sharing (1997) by William Corlett


243) The Adventures of Tintin: The Black Island (1938/1975) by Hergé


244) A Density of Souls (2000) by Christopher Rice


245) Act One: An Autobiography (1959) by Moss Hart


246) The Tallulah Bankhead Murder Case (1987) by George Baxt


247) Looking For It (2004) by Michael Thomas Ford


248) Misery (1987) by Stephen King


249) Razzle Dazzle: The Battle for Broadway (2015) by Michael Riedel

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