Night Moves

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AuthorHouse, 2010 - Fiction - 176 pages
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Nancy McCormic has a secret that's dangerously close to getting out, and she's doing nothing to stop it. You might say she's asking for it. You might say she doesn't know any better. And if you ever confronted Nancy herself she'd probably tell you that she had no idea what you were talking about. That's just Nancy. Misty Raines is a brash stripper with an enormous bouncing rack and a knack for dishing out her own irrelevant brand of disgusting streetwise advice. As unpredictable as she is unapologetic, Misty is Misty and if you don't like that, you know where the door is because she's tired of the lip. They're about to become best friends. Brought to vivacious life through the brilliant pen of enigmatic and ever elusive writer J. Matthew Snook, Night Moves is the captivating tale of a small town Missouri house wife stumbling her way through the sexiest mid-life crisis west of the Mississippi.
 

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A cursory glance reveals that this is not likely to win the Pulitzer prize.

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About the author (2010)

Building his home on the Eastern Florida coast after nearly a decade of introspective travel, J. Matthew Snook is a dashing charismatic man of the world and a class act all the way. He breeds prize winning Great Danes, and is fluent in both the Spanish and Mandarin languages. When not playing dominos with his beautiful family aboard their lavish yachtThe Esmeralda, he can be found racing one of his many sailboats or perfecting the ancient art of karate in his very own self-designed dojo. "Never get hung up on the things you cannot change." He has been quoted as saying. "Drink plenty of water and maintain a positive outlook. Life will do the rest.

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