Required Reading

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Sunday, May 4, 2014

Waiting for Jimmy Dean (A Short Story) by Bob McDermott

Bob's story hit home due to my killer rabbit.  My beautiful huge white buck bunny looked like the epitome of Bunnyhood.  I still have the residual scars from his periodic escape attempts.  I was the only witness to his biting the chunk out of the neighbors collie ' s nose.  So Bob's killer Susie hit home.  This was a really cute coming of age story. 

I've not read any humor by Bob before.    I have really enjoyed his thrillers. 

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