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082 0 4 _aNZ823.3
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100 1 _aHurdle, Carmel,
_d1955-
_eauthor.
_9527049
245 1 0 _aHusbandry for the single woman /
_cCarmel Hurdle.
264 1 _aWhanganui, New Zealand :
_bTangerine,
_c[2013]
264 4 _c©2013
300 _a352 pages ;
_c21 cm
336 _atext
_btxt
_2rdacontent
337 _aunmediated
_bn
_2rdamedia
338 _avolume
_bnc
_2rdacarrier
500 _aWhanganui author.
520 _aAs electric drills whirr and there's the threat of a wrecking ball hitting her office desk, Ginny Barnes discovers that the harbour-view office earmarked for her on the renovation plan has been allocated to the big-bossumed Darlene Duffy. She decides to place an ad in a farming newspaper but after sifting through several dubious replies, Ginny is about to give up on the idea of leaving town for the countryside. Then she opens a letter from Maureen Moffat, an Elvis Presley fan, looking for help on her farm. When she arrives at the farm and is trapped in her car by Elvis the bull, Maureen's bachelor nephew, Mike, come to the rescue - something he starts to make a habit of, much to Ginny's annoyance, as a series of mishaps and misunderstandings unfold.
650 0 _aCountry life
_vFiction.
_9622441
650 0 _aChick lit.
_9619727
655 7 _aNew Zealand fiction
_y21st century.
_2local
_5Nz
_9684500
655 7 _aHumorous fiction.
_9638839
776 0 8 _iOnline version:
_tHusbandry for the single woman
_w(NLNZils)1708653
942 _2ddc
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948 _hNO HOLDINGS IN NZPWA - 10 OTHER HOLDINGS