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"The Barber's Conundrum and Other Stories: Observations on Life from the Cheap Seats' is a semifinalist in The Kindle Book Review's 2013 Best Indie Book Awards Winners.
John Hartnett is a New Jersey native who has worked in the entertainment and publishing industries. He is married with three children and the only one on the block who still cuts his own lawn.
If you are going for a light read for the beach or travel this is the book for you. Relax and enjoy. It's like talking with a buddy over a beer.Published 4 months ago by Kindler
Honestly, the first time I read this book, I wasn't too fond of it. Many of us at the book club had a problem with the "talking down" style the author had throughout the book. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Ravina Andrea Kurian
It was o.k. and had some funny stuff in it. Frankly, it didn't stay with me and I can't remember it that well, after reading it a month ago.Published 18 months ago by ethel kirschner
John Hartnett writes short, droll pieces on marriage and raising children for a newspaper syndicate in New Jersey. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Sandra Kirkland
I really enjoyed the varied essays in this book. Hartnett's sense of humor is quick, dry, sarcastic, and full of hilarious observations of "real life. Read morePublished 19 months ago by sandy
This was a funny book. It is the perfect book to read after a long day. My mom used to have a hairdresser and she knew a lot about us. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Dealsharingaunt
It's a book where you find yourself calling out "yes - so true!" while reading, in between chuckles. Very funny takes on life.Published 19 months ago by Cindy A. Fortunato
I really enjoyed reading this over the Christmas season, well written clever choices to string together in one book thanksPublished 20 months ago by Pat
I am sorry I did not read the book. I'm waiting for the price to go down. Let me know.