Summer in the City - Pauline McLynn Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755326350 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Pauline McLynn / Edition: New Ed / Paperback / 384 Pages / Book is published 2006-07-03 by ... more
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This is a review of the book 'Summer in the City' by Pauline McLynn, who is also famous for starring as the housekeeper in Father Ted. First of all I struggle to understand why this book is called 'Summer in the City' as it's not particularly about the City or about Summer either! A bit about the story We start off with Lucy who seems to be living in her car (a red Micra) whilst holding down a job as a waitress in the local café. She seems intelligent enough and seems to have a big hand in her mum's business, a local art exhibition cum shop. Following the introduction of Lucy we are introduced to a whole confusing host of other characters, and their ... Read the complete review
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