The Genetic Function and Nature of LIterature

The Genetic Function and Nature of LIterature

R. D. Hood

R. D. Hood

Literature is found in many primitive and modern cultures, and it does have group survival advantages, and so, according to sociobiological theory, the evidence is strong that literature has a genetic base."Engaging…[A] charming debut thriller.”--Publishers WeeklyThe hilarious first book in the Bestselling Maternal Instincts Mystery SeriesA body has been dredged from the San Francisco Bay. Kate Connolly, pregnant and ready to pop, has reason to fear it may be her long lost brother-in-law. When a private investigator begins nosing around, Kate decides on a new career path. Battling sleep deprivation, diaper blowouts and breastfeeding mishaps she muddles through her own investigation, Mommy style:To do:1. Find Killer2. Figure out hideous breast pump.3. Avoid cranky cop.4. Send out Make birth announcements.5. Buy pink paper for the birth announcements.5. FIND KILLERFamily life has never been so exciting, but after Kate launches her own female detective agency, she may just get more than she bargained for.Full of suspense, this cozy is unputdownable!
Read online
  • 474