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It's a Vet's Life (by Alex Duncan)

Star (30 Nov, -0001)

The true and wildly funny exploits of vetinary surgeon Michael Morton.

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I Think I Love You (by Stephanie Bond)

St. Martin's Press (30 Nov, -0001)

Sisters share everything in their closets, including the skeletons... Twenty years ago, the Metcalf sisters witnessed a murder and formed a pact of silence. Now they're estranged and scattered because they all fell in love with the same man. When the sisters converge at their childhood home, old wounds are laid open against the backdrop of liquidating their parents' antiques business. And when the playboy ...

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The Colour of Magic: The First Discworld Novel (by Terry Pratchett)

Corgi (18 Jan, 1985)

Twoflower was a tourist, the first ever seen on the Discworld. Tourist, Rincewind decided, meant idiot. Somewhere on the frontier between thought and reality exists the Discworld, a parallel time and place which might sound and smell very much like our own, but which looks completely different. It plays by different rules. Certainly, it refuses to succumb to the quaint notion that universes are ruled by ...

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Diary of a Nobody (Wordsworth Classics) (by George Grossmith, Weedon Grossmith)

Wordsworth Editions Ltd (07 May, 1994)

'Why should I not publish my diary? I have often seen reminiscences of people I have never even heard of, and I fail to see - because I do not happen to be a 'Somebody' - why my diary should not be interesting' Charles Pooter

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Your New Baby: An Owner's Manual (by Martin Baxendale)

Silent But Deadly Publications (27 Jun, 1996)

This invaluable OWNER'S HANDBOOK will ensure many years of trouble-free operation from your NEW BABY, covering such essential subjects as: BASIC AND ADVANCED, OPERATING FEATURES & MODES, ROUTINE SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE. AND MUCH MUCH MORE....

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The Eyre Affair (Thursday Next) (by Jasper Fforde)

Hodder Paperbacks (19 Jul, 2001)

'The Eyre Affair' is unlike any novel I have encountered before, and it deserves to be read, and loved by a great number of people. Imagine if Lewis Carroll had decided to write a detective story, which became a love story, which grew into a thriller, which ended up as an astonishing, highly entertaining page-turner that confounds expectations, and you have some idea of the scope of this novel. Jasper ...

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The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13 3/4 (by Sue Townsend)

Puffin (31 Oct, 2002)

At thirteen years old, Adrian Mole has more than his fair share of problems - spots, ill-health, parents threatening to divorce, rejection of his poetry and much more.

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High Society (by Ben Elton)

Black Swan (01 Jul, 2003)

T The war on drugs has been lost but for want of the courage to face the fact that the whole world is rapidly becoming one vast criminal network. From pop stars and princes to crack whores and street kids. From the Groucho Club toilets to the poppy fields of Afghanistan, we are all partners in crime. HIGH SOCIETY is a story or rather a collection of interconnected stories that takes the reader on a hi ...

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Do Not Pass Go: From the Old Kent Road to Mayfair (by Tim Moore)

Vintage (02 Oct, 2003)

Monopoly was, at least officially, invented during the 1930s by Charles Darrow, an unemployed boiler salesman from Germantown, Pennsylvania. (Darrow went to his grave, Moore notes, "stubbornly refusing to recall any contact with The Landlord Game, patented in 1904."). The original, and subsequent American versions, featured the streets of Atlantic City. The English, London edition first appeared in 1936, th ...

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The Portable Door (by Tom Holt)

Orbit (05 Feb, 2004)

The course of true love never runs smooth - particularly when there's a goblin in the way. Tom Holt cordially invites readers to join him in his world of madness with this comic fantasy novel about a man who finds himself working for a deeply sinister organization.

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Johnny and the Dead: A Johnny Maxwell story (by Sir Terry Pratchett)

Corgi Childrens (29 Apr, 2004)

Sell the cemetery? Over their dead bodies . . . Not many people can see the dead (not many would want to). Twelve-year-old Johnny Maxwell can. And he's got bad news for them: the council want to sell the cemetery as a building site. But the dead aren't going to take it lying down . . . especially since it's Halloween tomorrow. Besides, they're beginning to find that life is a lot more fun than it w ...

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Pyramids: (Discworld Novel 7) (Discworld Novels) (by Terry Pratchett)

Corgi (01 Sep, 2004)

Look after the dead', said the priests, 'and the dead will look after you.' Wise words in all probability, but a tall order when you have just become the pharaoh of a small and penniless country whose largesse - and indeed treasury - is unlikely to stretch to the building of a monumental pyramid to honour your dead father. And particularly when your only visible means of support is a recently acquired quali ...

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