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1 Bird, Sarah Alamo House: Women Without Men, Men Without Brains
New York W. W. Norton & Co. (c.1986) 0-393-02323-0 / 9780393023237 First Edition Hardcover Near Fine in Near Fine dj Illustrated by (dj) Vivienne Flesher 
[nice tight copy, faint soiling/shelfwear to bottom edge; jacket clean and attractive, with one unobtrusive closed tear at top rear corner (at foldover)]. Comic novel of a Texas sorority house, "a woman's hilarious answer to Animal House" -- Secrets of the Yee-Haw Sisterhood, perhaps? -- based on the author's own undergraduate experiences at UT-Austin. Her second book (and first hardcover) to be published under her own name; for a time, she also had a parallel career as a romance novelist under the pseudonym "Tory Cates." (Her subsequent work has included several novels, one of which, "The Boyfriend School," she also screenplayed under the title DON'T TELL HER IT'S ME.) [This book is featured in ReadInk's Catalog #2, "Skirts, in Jackets"; ask for it by name or number.] 
Price: 45.00 USD
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2 Bird, Sarah The Mommy Club
New York Doubleday 1991 0-385-41123-5 / 9780385411233 First Edition Hardcover Near Fine in Near Fine dj Illustrated by (dj design) Randall Fleck 
[nice clean copy, mild shelfwear; jacket shows faint surface wear, very light soiling]. Comic novel about Trudy Herring, an "earth angel" and a "permanent temporary worker" in San Antonio, who "agrees to incubate a child for Hillary and Victor Goettler, glamorous, overachieving young residents of the famed Schier mansion. While Hillary basks in the knowledge that parenthood is simply a 'time management problem,' Trud is forced to consume noxiously healthful meals in a home where the decor changes faster than a Neiman-Marcus window display." (++) 
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