Hardly Working

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Red Dress Ink., 2005 - Fiction - 331 pages
5 Reviews
Life as a "hardly worker" becomes a bit more challenging for Dinah Nichols. A positive piece of publicity calls her office to the attention of the corporate headquarters, and now she has to invent a fabulous list of achievements while keeping an eye on management guru Ian Trutch.

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User Review  - Pghbekka - Goodreads

Actually, I can't say whether it was bad. I couldn't get past the part where a book called hardly working, with a title description about avoiding work at work, wasn't about that at all. Read full review

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User Review  - Kelley - Goodreads

For chick lit book this took me way too long to read. I gave it 3 vs. 2 because a main issue was the environment and the main character wasn't superficial. It was cute, just took me awhile to get into it. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
11
Section 2
33
Section 3
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About the author (2005)

BETSY BURKE was born in London, England, and grew up on the west coast of Canada. She has a bachelor of music degree from the University of Victoria. She currently lives in Italy. Her interests include art, music, books, rejection-slip origami and turning the planet into a garden rather than a toxic waste dump. She is also the author of a murder mystery set in Florence and HARDLY WORKING is her third book for Red Dress Ink.

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