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Nothing To Lose

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On the death of her grandfather, Jasmine inherits his bookie's pitch at a greyhound stadium. April, a single mother, has been doing any work she can get to survive. Until one day, in lieu of payment, she is given Cair Paravel, allegedly a champion greyhound. Soon, the two women, and the men they are involved with, will meet . . .
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Published May 8th 2001 by HarperCollins Publishers
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Donna Irwin
Another great rwead from one of my favourite authors, usual mix of heroines, villains, misunderstandings and happy endings!
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Another winner by Jones, this one set around the world of greyhound racing. She excels at loveable characters.
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I've written all my life, but only became a published novelist in 1997. Before that, I wrote short stories and newspaper articles for pin money while doing a series of naff jobs. In fact I've had twenty seven jobs and been sacked from nineteen of them for writing when I should have been working. I've been, among other things, a shop assistant, waitress, cleaner, secretary, factory worker, market-r...more
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