What S Wrong With My Car

Author: Bob Cerullo
Publisher: Plume Books
ISBN: 9780452269934
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A practical guide written in nontechnical language assists car owners in identifying and diagnosing mechanical problems and outlines probable solutions

What S Wrong With Black Women

Author: Monte Maddox
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1403365059
Size: 50.35 MB
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my car. That would have been the smart thing to do. What I did instead was what I
would do for many years to come: Wait on a black woman. Wait and hope and
pray and assume that this black woman would have common sense. Wait, and
hope, and pray that this black woman would provide companionship, maybe
some intellectual conversation, or just a normal date. Unfortunately, this was
neither the time nor the place. Dayton in the 1970's was not an exciting place to
be. As far as ...

Secrets Of Those That Are

Author: Carly Robbins
Publisher: Dorrance Publishing
ISBN: 1434937348
Size: 16.24 MB
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As we were paying for the books, Io pulled us aside and said, “I can't let you do
this. Christie, you have your kids.” He turned to me. “And you need a new car. I
can't let you.” Christie put her hand on his shoulder. “Io, my kids are fine. We want
to help all we can.” I had my hands on my hips, trying to act offended. “Hey, by the
way, what' s wrong with my car?” They both looked at me and said together, “Are
you serious?” “Have you seen that thing you call a car? It won't even start without
a ...


Author: Leah Adams
Publisher: Booktango
ISBN: 146890891X
Size: 77.74 MB
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I tried to start my car and saw that it wouldn›t start. I tried again, whispering to the
car telling it how much I loved it, but still got nothing. Today just wasn›t going to
be my day. I thought as I got out of my car. I pulled out my phone and dialed my
father number. It rang countless times. I whispered please answer. I didn›t want to
have to call my mom. «Hello, what›s wrong Bonnie?» I heard my dad ask. «My
car won›t start.» I said wanting to laugh at the fact he knew something was wrong.

A Long Goodbye

Author: Kelly Mooney
Publisher: Kelly Mooney
Size: 56.32 MB
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“Again, what's wrong with my car?” She snapped all attitude pouring out of her.
Something about seeing her all feisty riled me up some. “When I offered to go, I
meant my truck, seeing it's a four wheel drive, not to mention,” I paused and
tapped her ...

Driving With Dead People

Author: Monica Holloway
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781416936107
Size: 54.26 MB
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"What's he going to do?" Julie wondered. "God only knows," I said. "Probably
slobber on us." When we got to school, he'd covered the outside of our lockers
with shaving cream. Julie and I turned up the intensity of our attacks, breaking
into his car, releasing the emergency brake, and rolling it down the small hill
beside his house. I pushed, and Julie steered it right into an alley. The next
morning he was disheveled and late to class. "What's wrong?" I asked. "Someone
stole my car," he ...

The Collected Stories Of T Coraghessan Boyle

Author: T.C. Boyle
Publisher: Granta Books
ISBN: 1783781416
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I been here six days already and I still haven't even got an appointment lined up
with the Appointments Secretary so's I can get in to see the Assistant to the Head
Diagnostician, Imports Division, and find out what's wrong with my car. So look:
don't work up no ulcer over the thing. Just make your application and sit tight.”
The man is an escapee, that's it, an escapee from an institution for the terminally,
unconditionally and abysmally insane. B. hangs tough. “You expect me to believe
that ...

After We Collided

Author: Anna Todd
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1476792550
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“No.” Not happening. “Please don't be difficult.” He rubs his hand across his
forehead. “Difficult? You aren't serious! I shouldn't even be talking to you right
now!” “Would you just calm down? Now, what's wrong with your car? And why
was that guy staying at the motel?” “I don't know what's wrong with my car.” I
groan. I'm not answering him about Trevor, it's none of his business. “I'll take a
look at it.” “No, I'll call someone. Just go.” “I'll follow you to the motel.” He nods
toward the road.