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Blues, Twos and Baby Shoes (Mavis Upton Book 3)

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Constable Mavis Upton is back, and this time she's taking no prisoners - which is never good for a police officer.

Mavis is pregnant, as is her daughter Ella. Facing the prospect of motherhood and being a grandmother simultaneously the last thing Mavis needs is problems at work. But a new sexist dinosaur of a Sergeant is more bully tha
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Published October 24th 2019 by Urbane Publications Limited
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Miriam Smith
Sep 29, 2019 rated it it was amazing
"Blues, Twos and Baby Shoes" is the third instalment in Gina Kirkham's fabulously funny 'Mavis Upton' series. They can work great as standalone novels but I recommend reading them in order as you really will want to meet Mavis early on and have her as a close friend. She's so endearing, you immediately feel a connection. I guarantee you'll know somewhere down the line in your life you've encountered something as embarrassing as Mavis has! Her madcap ways are an absolute hoot and you can often se ...more
Nia Ireland
Nov 01, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Reading anything featuring Mavis Upton as a main character always feels like catching up with an old friend – the books feel like a memoir embellished with a little silliness, which is what keeps me coming back. I love to pick out the bits that I think are based on real events in these books!
The characters continue to develop over time, this time there’s been a leap forward in time and Mavis finds herself pregnant at the same time as her now adult daughter who was only a kiddie in the firs
Emma Ellison
Nov 14, 2019 rated it it was amazing

Another excellent read about Mavis Upton and her hilarious and poignant moments.
Another book that has had me laughing out loud and holding my breath, kept me guessing along the way too.
I highly recommend this and the other instalments to put a big smile on your face and a warm feeling inside.
Thanks again Gina for another perfect holiday read
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“I knew that by becoming a Police Officer I was never going to be able to change the World, but I truly believed that if I took the time to care then maybe I could make a difference…….”
Gina Kirkham

Gina was born during the not-so-swinging 50's to a mum who frequently abandoned her in a pram outside Woolworths and a dad who, after two pints of beer, could play a mean Boogie Woogie