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A mysterious story of inter-generational trauma.


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For a woman obsessed and a killer in her shadow, remembering the past becomes a mind game in a novel of psychological suspense


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Danger and Mistletoe are a Deadly Combination


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New state. New job. Same inner demons.


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A shapeshifter and member of the Blackfoot tribe, rescues a beautiful woman, but the signs in the stars tell him her arrival in his world is not accidental.


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Must he kill her to punish the murderer?


Smells Like Tween Spirit
Laurie Gelman

A Novel

Class Mom # 4
Henry Holt and Co.
August 2022
On Sale: August 2, 2022
256 pages
ISBN: 1250777593
EAN: 9781250777591
Kindle: B09C4FQR74
Hardcover / e-Book
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Childrens | Humor

As a new Mat Mom of the Pioneer Middle School (PMS) Wrestling team, Jen Dixon finds herself thrown in the middle of the “guerrilla war against so-called perfect mothers," armed only with her cutting wit and acerbic sense of humor. (New York Times Book Review)

Handling a whole host of new challenges, from the dreaded seventh-grade science fair to a school fundraiser (again!), Jen faces the somewhat-terrifying new social dynamics of the wrestling moms with her trademark combination of reluctance and exceptional delivery.

Between school events and teaching spin classes, Jen finds herself fully immersed in sports mom competitiveness. These parents seem perfectly unassuming, until their kids start to wrestle, and they become raging pubescent monsters. Learning to navigate this new world while fielding calls from the principal because of Max’s newfound misogynistic behavior, Jen steels herself for the indignities of middle-school life—with her loyal spin class attendees and her bossy four-year-old granddaughter giving her the strength she needs to press on.

Mix in a Parent Night, New Year’s Party, and Valentine’s Day Dance, and Jen Dixon certainly has her hands, and her calendar, full. And through it all, Jen continues to charm with her riotously funny quips and memorable one-liners.

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