Sneaky Pie for President

Sneaky Pie for President

Rita Mae Brown / Jun 01, 2020

Sneaky Pie for President Finally a candidate representing all Americans both predator and prey Tired of politics as usual Despair not This election year Rita Mae Brown has thrown her cat into the ring Her intrepid feline co

  • Title: Sneaky Pie for President
  • Author: Rita Mae Brown
  • ISBN: 9780345530462
  • Page: 362
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Finally, a candidate representing all Americans both predator and prey Tired of politics as usual Despair not This election year, Rita Mae Brown has thrown her cat into the ring Her intrepid feline co author, Sneaky Pie Brown, is taking time off from her busy schedule writing bestselling mysteries to run for President of the United States Hail to the Chief SneakyFinally, a candidate representing all Americans both predator and prey Tired of politics as usual Despair not This election year, Rita Mae Brown has thrown her cat into the ring Her intrepid feline co author, Sneaky Pie Brown, is taking time off from her busy schedule writing bestselling mysteries to run for President of the United States Hail to the Chief Sneaky Pie heads to the Oval Office with an animal friendly agenda to unify all Americans regardless of whether they walk on two or four feet or even if they fly With help from her friends the irascible gray cat Pewter, the wise Corgi Tee Tucker, and Tally, the exuberant Jack Russell Sneaky crisscrosses her home state of Virginia hoping to go where no cat since Socks Clinton has gone 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue In the tradition of her heroine, Sojourner Truth, she takes her case to the masses Journeying from the lair of the red shouldered hawk to the nest of the tufted titmouse, from a pasture full of curmudgeonly cows to the stately halls of Monticello, the tenacious tiger cat even secures the chattering support of Thomas Jefferson s mice Mice backing a cat for president Yes, we can Now, if Sneaky can get the animal community to band together for the common good, why not the humans After all, who better to get the economy purring again than an honest tabby with authentic political stripes Human candidates have had their chance in Washington, with dubious results of late nowhere does it say in the Constitution that the president cannot be a cat Isn t it time for real change Vote Sneaky

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    About "Rita Mae Brown"

      • Rita Mae Brown

        Rita Mae Brown is a prolific American writer, most known for her mysteries and other novels Rubyfruit Jungle She is also an Emmy nominated screenwriter.Brown was born illegitimate in Hanover, Pennsylvania She was raised by her biological mother s female cousin and the cousin s husband in York, Pennsylvania and later in Ft Lauderdale, Florida.Starting in the fall of 1962, Brown attended the University of Florida at Gainesville on a scholarship In the spring of 1964, the administrators of the racially segregated university expelled her for participating in the civil rights movement She subsequently enrolled at Broward Community College 3 with the hope of transferring eventually to a tolerant four year institution.Between fall 1964 and 1969, she lived in New York City, sometimes homeless, while attending New York University 6 where she received a degree in Classics and English Later, when she received another degree in cinematography from the New York School of Visual Arts citation needed Brown received a Ph.D in literature from Union Institute University in 1976 and holds a doctorate in political science from the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington, D.C.Starting in 1973, Brown lived in the Hollywood Hills in Los Angeles In 1977, she bought a farm in Charlottesville, Virginia where she still lives 9 In 1982, a screenplay Brown wrote while living in Los Angeles, Sleepless Nights, was retitled The Slumber Party Massacre and given a limited release theatrically.During Brown s spring 1964 semester at the University of Florida at Gainesville, she became active in the American Civil Rights Movement Later in the 1960s, she participated in the anti war movement, the feminist movement and the Gay Liberation movement.Brown took an administrative position with the fledgling National Organization for Women, but resigned in January 1970 over Betty Friedan s anti gay remarks and NOW s attempts to distance itself from lesbian organizations She claims she played a leading role in the Lavender Menace zap of the Second Congress to Unite Women on May 1, 1970, which protested Friedan s remarks and the exclusion of lesbians from the women s movement.In the early 1970s, she became a founding member of The Furies Collective, a lesbian feminist newspaper collective in Washington, DC, which held that heterosexuality was the root of all oppression.Brown told Time magazine in 2008, I don t believe in straight or gay I really don t I think we re all degrees of bisexual There may be a few people on the extreme if it s a bell curve who really truly are gay or really truly are straight Because nobody had ever said these things and used their real name, I suddenly became in the late 1970s the only lesbian in America.


    1. It is a rare thing where an author of fiction is given free reign with a book, but Rita Mae Brown isn't a typical author. She's both critically acclaimed, primarily for her novel Rubyfruit Jungle, and commercially successful with her Mrs. Murphy mysteries. The combination of her critical and commercial success allowed her to write this book, a spleen-venting screed on the current political climate, using many characters from her mystery novels.I typically read Brown's mystery novels as an escape [...]

    2. This was Rita Mae Brown's (or should I say Sneaky Pie Brown's) political manifesto. The two Browns have a complicated political philosophy and cannot be pigeonholed neatly. It's like a recipe:Add one part Tea Party (income tax is unconstitutional)Add one part Liberal (the other party is anti-sex/gay)Add one part Libertarian (government needs to get out of the way)Add one part Green (man is ruining nature)Stir and one will have a nuanced political philosophy gained by years of experience.It is wo [...]

    3. This novel was very much what I anticipated as I pre-ordered it. A beautifully expressed neutral opinion about the current political scene as we enter the final months of this 2012 election year.I knew Sneaky Pie Brown (co-author) of the wonderful Mrs. Murphy murder mystery series, would give us her particular viewpoint of the issues that truly do concern the human population and animal world. This book covers the economy not only from emotional state but with hard, cold, and well researched num [...]

    4. This is not a Mrs. Murphy mystery, so I wasn't sure what to expect. I was happy to find out that it was just as, if not more, enjoyable.The narrator is not the character we know from the Mrs. Murphy novels, instead, it is the co-author, Sneaky Pie herself. Rita Mae Brown, referred to as "C.O." or "Can Opener" also makes an appearance, although she is not a big part in the story.I say this is not a Mrs. Murphy mystery. It is not actually a mystery at all. I guess I would classify it as simply a n [...]

    5. when I picked this book up at the library it was billed as a mystery. I enjoy the Sneaky Pie mysteries as an escape, especially if I've just read a really complicated plot type of book, but this one is definitely on my list of "step away from the book". After reading come of the other comments on , I think the best description is a diatribe of facts and figures that will not stand the test of time. I understand that this was probably intended to comment on the political system in the US but it w [...]

    6. What an odd little book! I like the Sneaky Pie mysteries and I (mostly) agree with Brown's politics, but I just couldn't figure out the point of this book. Mixing the fictional characters with real ones just confused me. If it were shorter, I would call this a fable with a decidedly political moral. At this length, I just found the diatribe boring -- nothing new, nothing especially witty, just the all-too-obvious conclusion that given the choices offered by our current political system, even a c [...]

    7. I enjoyed this book very much. It isn't Sneaky Pie's usual mystery! But she becomes a Cat with a Cause! I did find it even more improbable that's the usual mysteries, but it fascinated me. The remote possibility of making changes in our elected official's Impact on our country almost seems possible!!

    8. I have read all the books in this series. This book was a disappointment. I couldn't get past the first 10 pages. The conversations between the characters were trite and boring. I had looked forward to a good murder mystery and it turned into a strung together series of conversations between the characters on disjointed topics.

    9. Rita Mae Brown published this in 2012 before the U.S. presidential election. A thought-provoking fun read. Every candidate needs to have an animal-friendly as well as people-friendly agenda. Sneaky Pie is a candidate who listens, and learns.

    10. While not a Mrs. Murphy/Pewter/Tee Tucker mystery, this book was interesting and a fun read. It seems that Ms. Brown and her novel counterpart, Harry Harristen, have much in common in the things that count. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

    11. Fun! A great way to take your mind off people politics. I'm just about convinced to vote for Sneaky Pie! Find out what animals really think of us!

    12. After enjoying so many visits with Harry's pets and their "friends" I was sorely disappointed with this preachy tome.

    13. A delightful spin on animal farm. Covers a lot of issues and problems with have today with funny antics of my favorite animals. It was an enjoyable book.

    14. very disappointed - one of the very few books that I start and not finish. This is not a mystery but the authors political views.

    15. This plot-less book reads like animals voicing Google searches. A mish-mash of random facts and smug opinions. I am a Rita Mae Brown fan, but recommend waiting for the next mystery.

    16. I'm sure our favorite literary tiger cat is in there somewhere, since the book is subtitled "A Mrs. Murphy Mystery", but I didn't get far enough to encounter her. Although I agree with Ms. Brown's views I didn't find this book either readable or entertaining. I returned it.

    17. I tried to read this, but it didn't catch my attention . I was disappointed. I don't give up on a book easily, but this is one of the rare ones.

    18. Bought this book because of the nifty cover and because of my idle interest in US presidential elections. Plus, cat.But oh boy. The characters were fine, and their day-to-day interactions were always great. It's the plot that left me unfulfilled. Mostly because it basically doesn't exist.So here's this cat, and she wants to be President of the United States. Uhhhhh, right. Since this is a real-life-based setting, the chances of this plan going just about anywhere are basically zero, right?BUT IN [...]

    19. Sneaky Pie ist für seine Spürnase bekannt. Daher habe ich in diesem Buch bis zum Schluss auf ein mysteriöses Geheimnis gewartet. Doch Sneaky Pie for President ist eher ein gesellschaftliches Statement, weil das reale Leben selbst schon ein einziges verwirrendes Geheimnis mit unzähligen Komplikationen sein kann. Dennoch bin ich Seite um Seite besten unterhalten worden. Die Ideen und Gedanken, die sich die liebenswerte Katze um das Thema Wahl macht, sind sehr witzig. Ganz nebenbei enttarnt Sne [...]

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