Girlfriend 44 (Ebook)

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Headline, Feb 28, 2013 - Fiction - 362 pages
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Harry's one ambition is to find the perfect girl for him. He doesn't ask for much; just a beautiful intellectual who doesn't mind his constant infidelity. Harry's best friend Gerrard did once find true love - but he didn't realise it until the day she left him. Even if he does find a woman who meets his exacting criteria, he's not sure he can trust her not to grow old eventually. Then they meet Alice. She's the only woman in the world Harry and Gerrard can agree on. Unfortunately, she seems to like both of them. Gerrard wants Alice for himself, but Harry will stop at nothing to win her. Friendship is forgotten and even a little light poisoning is on the cards. But can a man who thinks size ten is a bit on the chubby side grow up fast enough to win the girl of his dreams?

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GIRLFRIEND 44

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

English first novel in the "men are beasts, here's proof" category. Despite their so-so looks, rampant insecurities, and semidepraved living habits, London roommates Harry and Gerrard expect to find ... Read full review

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User Review  - aliciamalia - LibraryThing

Witty and trite, this is chic lit written by a man. Originally published in the U.K., the edition I read was packed with Britishisms (not necessarily a bad thing). The humor at times seems excessive, detracting from the plot. One of the better books in the genre. Read full review

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About the author (2013)

Mark Barrowcliffe was born in Coventry and studied at the University of Sussex. He worked as a journalist before penning his first novel, Girlfriend 44, and went on to write two other acclaimed comic novels, Lucky Dog and Infidelity for First-Time Fathers, as well as The Elfish Gene, a memoir of his youth in 1970s Coventry. He lives in Brighton.

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