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    Best Book Titles

    It's a collection of short stories.
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    Death On The Installment Plan by Celine (but not the one that sings that "Titanic" song). Good book too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackjack
    Death On The Installment Plan by Celine
    that one slipped my mind. great title and a good read. ferdinand, i believe. one translation calls it "Death On Credit," which is not nearly as good.

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    Into The Out Of by Maurice Sendak.

    This was made into the movie Labyrinth, incidentally.

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    "Teachers, we are having some technical problems with our PA system. If you are having any difficulty hearing this announcement, please send a student to the main office to let us know."

    Heard in a U.S. Public School

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    "The Lost Get-Back Boogie" by James Lee Burke.

    Burke's Dave Robicheaux crime novels are damn fine reading.

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