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I did a bad thing / Linda Green.

By: Green, Linda, 1970-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: London : Headline Review, 2007Description: 375 pages ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780755333424 (pbk.); 075533342X (pbk.); 9780755333400 (cased); 0755333403 (cased); 9780755333417 (pbk.); 0755333411 (pbk.).Subject(s): Women journalists -- Fiction | Triangles (Interpersonal relations) -- Fiction | Newspaper reporters -- Great Britain -- Fiction | Chick lit | Interpersonal relations -- FictionGenre/Form: Humorous fiction. | Romance fiction. | Contemporary fiction. | Chick lit. Subject: Sarah Roberts used to be good. Then she did something bad. Very bad. Now, years later, she's living a good life. She works as a local newspaper reporter and lives with her saintly boyfriend Jonathan. She has no reason to think her guilty past will ever catch up with her. Until Nick walks back into her life. And suddenly, what's good and bad aren't so clear to Sarah any more.
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Large Print Hakeke Street Library
Large Print
Large Print GRE 1 Available T00513362
Total holds: 0

Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

<p>The fantastic debut from a fabulous new voice in chick noir.</p> <p>Sarah Roberts used to be good. Then she did something bad. Very bad.</p> <p>Now, years later, she's living a good life. She works as a local newspaper reporter and lives with her saintly boyfriend Jonathan. She has no reason to think her guilty past will ever catch up with her. Until Nick walks back into her life. And suddenly, what's good and bad aren't so clear to Sarah any more.</p>

Sarah Roberts used to be good. Then she did something bad. Very bad. Now, years later, she's living a good life. She works as a local newspaper reporter and lives with her saintly boyfriend Jonathan. She has no reason to think her guilty past will ever catch up with her. Until Nick walks back into her life. And suddenly, what's good and bad aren't so clear to Sarah any more.

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