Supreme Courtship by Christopher Buckley
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Supreme Courtship Summary
In bestselling author Christopher Buckley's hilarious novel, the President of the United States, ticked off at the Senate for rejecting his nominees, decides to get even by nominating America's most popular TV judge to the Supreme Court.
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"Pepper's story gets lost between the jokes and the overstuffed plot ...and the satire is oddly detached from the zeitgeist." - Publishers Weekly.
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Christopher Buckley Author Biography
Christopher Buckley was born in New York City in 1952 and graduated cum laude from Yale University in 1976. He shipped out in the Merchant Marine and at age 24 became managing editor of Esquire magazine. At age 29, he became chief speechwriter to the Vice President of the United States, George H.W. Bush. Since 1989 he has been founder and editor-in-chief of Forbes Life magazine.
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