by robert a pappert


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Located between Warner Bros. and NBC Studios, Scully's Restaurant has welcomed movie stars and television stars for over sixty years. But on a slow Friday night, Kristen Taylor is sitting on a barstool, sipping a glass of cabernet, contemplating her upcoming marriage. Meanwhile, James Brand, nursing a black eye from a text message gone horribly wrong, is reaching for Scully's front door. Romance isn't dead yet...

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780996911801
Publisher: Mustang Publishing TN
Publication date: 07/26/2016
Pages: 252
Product dimensions: 5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.57(d)

About the Author

A stage writer and director for over twenty-five years, Bob Pappert is known for the dancical, "The Disappearance of Monty and Millie" and the drama, "The Beatles at THHS." Although none of his work made it to Broadway, Bob brought tears of laughter to his audiences. Publisher of the underground newspaper, "The Trash," Pappert never captured a Pulitzer Prize despite his dull razor dissemination of the news.
Posthumously is Bob Pappert's debut novel. After a teaching career of thirty-seven years, in South Los Angeles, East Los Angeles, and Orange County, he followed the Zen advice that hung on his classroom wall. "Talk does not cook rice." Finally, Bob has cooked the rice.

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