Wally's World: Life with Wally the Wonder Dog

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Pan Macmillan Australia, 2008 - Bull terrier - 272 pages
Marsha Boulton gave up her glamorous job as a journalist, and with her partner Stephen, moved to a farm in the middle of nowhere. Shortly after they learned they would not be able to have a child together. Around this time, Wally came into their lives - a bull terrier puppy with a face like a bicycle seat and an appetite for everything from tree branches to keys. They had no idea they'd actually got a kid in dog's clothing.When a murder case that Stephen was covering puts him in the line of fire, resulting in their farm being raided by police, and later when Marsha is diagnosed with cancer, it is Wally who keeps them going.

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User Review  - gypsysmom - LibraryThing

I received this book in June 2012 from a good friend who was fighting cancer. Unfortunately a few months later she lost her fight and it took me until now to read this book and be ready to let it go ... Read full review

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OK, I saw the dog on the front, read the blurb about the great bull terrier... and had to take the book out from the library. However, instead of being a typical my dog in my life memoir, Boulton ... Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Marsha Boulton is a Canadian journalist and writer. Her books are national bestsellers. In its 11th printing, Letters from the Country, which won the Leacock Award for Humor in 1996, is a cross between Garrison Keillor's semi-fictional small town musings and Peter Mayle's fanciful A Year in Provence. Wally's World is her latest bestseller.

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