Booknook.biz: Invasion of the Bodysnatchers!

Bodysnatchers?

Hitch, you ask, have you been watching too much Turner Classic Movies?

And the answer is:  no.  We have, however, taken in a new book for production to epub format, for future distribution to Nook and other epub outlets:  Heads Shoulders Knees and Bones, which are the real-life adventures of an actual...well, bodysnatcher.  The cover calls it "A personal account of a 'Body Broker's' 13-year journey through the Legal and Lucrative Body Parts Business," although we note that author Philip Guyette, Jr., is currently serving time, so it appears that a judge mayn't have agreed with that interpretation vis-a-vis legality. 

Nonetheless...we eagerly anticipate the final production of Heads Shoulders Knees and Bones.  It looks fascinating, and I know I'm adding it to my TBR list.  Couple that with Maynard Allington's upcoming new release, "The Psychoneurotic Vampire," and all we need now is a Zombie book to hit an early MGM Movie Trifecta. 

But hang on...around here, we never know what's next. 

Bodysnatching alert!  Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Bones is coming out shortly to an e-retailer near you!
Bodysnatching alert! Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Bones is coming out shortly to an e-retailer near you!
Yes--it's true! Booknook.biz has been invaded by Bodysnatchers. Film at 11:00.

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