After being left by her husband, Cari takes advice from a friend and buys a house to do up for rental. However, lumbered with an infuriating mother, a friend who's permanently pregnant, a neurotic sister on the verge of a nervous breakdown, and a first tenant who turns out to be a drug addict on benefit, Cari's new life quickly becomes more than she bargained for.
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Jane Wenham-Jones lives in Broadstairs, Kent where she walks by the sea and dreams of fame. After a motley assortment of jobs and entrepreneurial endeavours she began writing for women's magazines in 1996 and has since had more than seventy short stories published. Her novels, the acclaimed Raising the Roof and Perfect Alibis are both published by Bantam Books.Review:
'Thoroughly enjoyable and full of deft sparky humour' Jill Mansell
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Book Description Transworld Publishers, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0553813722