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Top three in books: Morality, bitterness and Side Effects

<p>Anita Liberty, who has made a successful career as a performance artist by being bitter, explains her predicament. She fell in love with a great guy and no longer has a need to be bitter — which just makes her angry … and bitter.</p>



The Abortionist’s Daughter

Author: Elisabeth Hyde

Publisher: Random House

Price: $31.95, HC


Outspoken abortion doctor Diana Duprey is found floating in her pool with a lump on her head and her death is ruled a homicide. Diana, who had argued with her husband and daughter the day she died, had her share of opponents. It’s up to a detective to dig through the issues tied to her death to find the truth behind Diana’s murder. This is an interesting and engaging read that raises moral issues and inspires debate.




How To Stay Bitter Through The Happiest Times Of Your Life

Author: Anita Liberty

Publisher: Villard Books

Price: $18.95, TP


Anita Liberty, who has made a successful career as a performance artist by being bitter, explains her predicament. She fell in love with a great guy and no longer has a need to be bitter — which just makes her angry … and bitter. You’ll laugh out loud while reading the lists, blogs, poetry, scripts and deep thoughts that fall between the pages of this bitter book.




Possible Side Effects

Author: Augusten Burroughs

Publisher: H.B. Fenn and Company Ltd.

Price: $31.95, HC


Burroughs, bestselling author of his memoir Running With Scissors, shares more of his life with readers through his second collection of essays. He has included tales of lipstick lesbians and their quest for the right woman, the perm he got when he was 11 and wanted to be black and the idea of killing John Updike to increase the value of his first-edition books. Possible Side Effects is Burroughs at his finest.


 
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