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House of Cards by David Ellis Dickerson
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May 26, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: fiction
Read in May, 2012

I almost put this one in the give-away bag before page 100. I'm glad I finished it because it was funny and very engaging once I was in. The hooker date with Handel's Messiah in the background made me laugh out loud. I was surprised by the salty language, however. Raised by conservative Christians myself, it's hard to believe Dickerson curses so easily and freely. But, then again, he did write the memoir AFTER becoming an atheist, if that's what he is. The dirt on Hallmark was interesting to me. If he hadn't been a neurotic nebbish before, working for Hallmark surely would have taken him there. Quirky memoir.

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