Finding out her dog ate panties that aren’t hers ruins Maggie Baxter’s life plans. With her goofy Lab as her guide, can Maggie overcome her overly-analytical ways and rediscover tail-wagging joy?
This is a coming-of-age novel set in the 1950s and 60s in Lancashire. Its point-of-view protagonist is Ellen, a working class girl who becomes friends with middle class Erica when she goes to the convent school in the neighbouring town. Focussing on both Ellen’s home life and her school life (which she tries to keep separate), the novel explores the gains and the losses that education and religion provide over the course of her school years.
A nirreverent, romantic comedy with an animal medical mystery set in veterinary school. The best TV analogue for the tone and story is a cross between “M*A*S*H” and “ER.”
“With a heavy dose of humor and gruesome veterinary surgery, An Animal Life is really a slam-dunk if you work or study in a zoological field.” Awesome Indies Reviews
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Ambition can be deadly…even among sisters.
“An excellent story that makes a strong statement.” — Awesome Indies
Robert has Asperger's Syndrome and endures a myriad of awkward moments in his quest to meet a nice, normal girl.
“Every now and then a book comes along that makes you want to cheer, hug, and cry all at once. STIM is such a book.”
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