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Love Don't Live Here No More: Book One of Doggy Tales Paperback – July 10, 2007
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About the Author
David E. Talbert is a five-time NAACP Award-winning playwright, filmmaker, and bestselling author. David made his film directorial debut with Sony Pictures’ First Sunday, which opened as the #1 comedy in America. David’s hit plays and novels include Love on the Dotted Line, What My Husband Doesn’t Know, The Fabric of a Man, and Love in the Nick of Tyme. David lives in Los Angeles with his wife Lyn, and newborn son, Elias. Visit his website at DavidETalbert.com.
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Love Don't Live Here No More reads like a memoir. It was a short, interesting read. I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in growing up in the lifestyle that the author speaks of in this biographical novel.
Fans of Snoop Dogg will likely find fault with the fact I only gave this four stars. I felt that for it to receive a full five stars it should have been a bit longer/detailed or sold to the teen audience. It was not quite clear what age group the authors were reaching for.
I am looking forward to reading more by Snoop Dogg& David E. Talbert.
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Not too bad, not great. Story did keep me going but probably more out of my own curiosity than plot.Published on May 1, 2014 by Inca Goddess
I picked this book up at work one day when a co-worker left it on their desk. I read the whole book in one shift. Its a easy read and the end leaves you wanting more.Published on March 30, 2008 by Miss Lady from KY