The Post About The Rabbit Recommends v.97

Each week or so I post a readable or watchable and/or a listenable of which I'm fond. You can choose what happens after my recommendation. Ignore, embrace, debate.

Earlier volumes of The Rabbit Recommends can be found here.

When an author I fancy suggests a book he fancies, then I'm in. Stephen King recommended Laura Lippman's I'd Know You Anywhere and he chose a winner. But holy mother - it's a tense thriller that required regular freezer breaks to ease my anxiety. It's the story of Eliza, a suburban wife and mother who's hiding a dark secret. At age 15, Eliza was kidnapped and held hostage for 6 weeks by Walter. He has unexpectedly written her from death row in hopes to meet. What unfolds is a hypnotic tale of danger and manipulation that will grip you from page to page. Seriously, so good.

In attempt to save some pennies, my TV satellite is on the $25 "family" plan. Sadly, that is essentially Nickelodeon and the Hallmark Channel. Add in the summer hiatus for network programming and I'm grasping for entertainment. Hulu has saved the day. One show I've bear hugged is Happy Endings on ABC. It's a ensemble comedy about a circle of friends whose primary love language is sarcasm. Plus, I might be Penny Hartz. For better and worse.


Colbie Caillat just screams summer. Without the screaming. Her newest album, All of You, is a light mix of acoustic, pop and a teaspoon of country. My favorite track is "Brighter Than The Sun" featured above with hats off to "Make It Rain" and "Shadow." All of You currently available at Amazon for only $4.99.

Recommending Disclaimer: I don't suggest anything because I get it free or because I have some sort of illicit relationship with Cujo's dad or ABC.

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