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false memories, and repressed memories remembered years later. This part of the novel in par- ticular rings true and makes for interesting reading. In desperation, Faythe hires private eye and former D.A. L.P. Sanborn, who lost his job by


crossing a powerful Congressman, Senator Black. Is this despicable and unfortunately powerful man involved in what is happening to Faythe? And how can they stop him? Readers will swiftly come to care about the main characters in this thriller, and secondary char-


acters like Faythe’s nosy neighbor and second mom add charm. Good for beach reading, although with more substance than the usual summer fluff. Published


by Living Oracles, paperback, $13.50 Ana Parker Goodwin is a former psychotherapist. She lives in Coeur d’Alene.


Truckin With Bubba…And I Ain’t Bubba by Hal Howard Don’t let the title put you off. Or the cover. This is not a collection of redneck jokes, but rather


a fascinating and well-written read, so hop in the 18-wheeler and get rolling down the road with the author, a commercial driving instructor. Were it not for the men and women who drive through the day and night moving goods across


America, we wouldn’t have the consumer conveniences or even groceries that we do. But for some truckers, getting their CDL (commercial driver’s license) is a rough road. And instructor Hal has seen it all. Take Bubba for example. A guy who hugs the steering wheel because he loves it. Can’t keep


directions straight. Taught himself to read and write—his early education was neglected “because his parents had been following a damn fool evangelist who was predicting the end of the earth of a certain day, which day had long since passed…” Well, you get the idea. The author’s keen and rather dry sense of humor is one of the delightful components of this


memoir—for example, when he says “Even for a Democrat, there is nothing that ruins a good meal quicker than a jackass for a dinner partner.” Then there was the student from a Third World country who already had a Class A CDL that


permitted him to drive a fuel truck with an automatic transmission at a major airport. But since his license limited him to driving a rig with an automatic transmission, he had to go through driver training program and take the CLD test again. When operating the fuel truck, he was never allowed to back up. “Finally, I called the instructor supervisor and said that I didn’t see that this guy was going to


be able to learn how to shift in my lifetime, and got a different student assigned to me…Several weeks later I checked with the lady who maintains the training records to see if he had qualified. He had two instructors after me and he never could get the shifting down well enough to pass the CDL test. After him, I simply refused to take a student who already had a CDL.” Another student’s riposted, “If I’m doing so well, why do I have to listen to you?” If you’re looking for entertainment and an educational window into the world of long-haul trucking, this book will delight you. Published by iUniverse, paperback, $14.95


Hal Howard is a former lawyer and long-haul trucker. He lives in Eastern Washington, and is an award- winning “Class A” CDL driving instructor.


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