Philip the Dog - the quirky London slice of life novel that folk just love!
Bloomsbury: 'Terribly charming and original.' Just one of the outstanding reactions to this fast-moving comedy about a lawyer, a checkout girl, and a dying dog whose lives become inextricably entwined one fateful night in London.
Why does the lawyer’s girlfriend force him to do the housework naked? Is it possible for the checkout girl to get her regional manager to fancy her tomorrow? And is there any happiness to be had at all for a mongrel with a tumour the size of an orange and an owner who hates him?
As the characters work against the clock to make sense of their lives, it becomes obvious that there are all sorts of forces at work – many of which are not in their control. This magical yet gritty slice-of-life debut novel from award-winning women’s journalist Carol Muskoron, is the ultimate feel-good read for anyone who has ever had trouble getting to work.
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More praise for 'Philip the Dog'...
Good Housekeeping Features: 'Mad and in a good way.'
'Refreshingly different' - Random House
'Lively, original and a good read' - Jonathan Cape
'Direct and engaging' - Hodder and Stoughton
'Distinctive' - Macmillan
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