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    Thursday, June 02, 2005

    Black Taxi by James Moloney
    So if your crooked grandfather gets sent to jail and leaves his vintage black Mercedes in your care and asks you to run a few errands for his old-timer friends and you know the car will totally set your status at school and you get free use of a cell phone, too -- well, of course you'd take it! And then the A-list girls all want to be your friend and the hot guys all think your car is the best thing around and suddenly you have new friends and dates.... But then you start getting ominous and threatening phone calls about a stolen $20,000 ring and you begin seeing a car following you.... What do you do next? Luckily, you don't have to worry about it because it's not your story, but it is Rosie's, and she soon discovers that bending the law runs in the family....
    This is a fun, light, quick read; nothing overwrought or too serious but enough action to keep the reading at a nice flow. Check it out and enjoy it!
    Y FICTION Moloney

    I was at the high school this afternoon for Biblionix and had reported to me about two books: Barcode was very good and Who's Your Daddy was amazing! Her very words!

    And that's it for today, my friends. Talk to you again tomorrow!

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