City Dog - Alison Pace Reviews
Description:ISBN 0425221431 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Alison Pace / Paperback / 304 Pages / Book is published 2008-09-02 by Berkley Publishing Group
Newest Review: ... as good as the fab cover. The book opens with Amy on a date, a date which doesn't work out due to the man's use of a verb ... more
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by - written on 27/11/09 (Very useful, 57 readings)
After leaving her ex-husband Jonathan, Amy Dodge thought she'd write the Next Big American Novel. Instead she's the author of the highly popular children's series Run, Carlie, Run starring her very own West Highland Terrier Carlie and the fictional Robert Maguire. When Carlie is offered her own TV show, Amy starts to feel a stranger in her own life. Can Amy claw her way back into Carlie's life and can she start to re-love New York City again? I'd wanted to read City Dog for quite a while and I'm not ashamed to say it was because of the beautiful cover. If you haven't seen it, it features Alison's very own West Highland Terrier Carlie stood on top of a taxi ... Read the complete review
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