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Dr Sweet and His Daughter By Peter Bradshaw

Dr Sweet and His Daughter
by Peter Bradshaw

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What happens when you think your life just can't get any worse . . . and then it does?
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Dr Sweet and His Daughter by Peter Bradshaw

Dr Sweet's life is largely unremarkable. A recent divorce and ongoing custody battle; a tame affair that's gradually grinding to a halt; a job which seems to have stopped halfway up the professional escalator; friends who are too preoccupied with their own lives to spare much of a thought for anyone else . . . In fact, the only bright spark in Dr Sweet's life is his terrifically talented and terribly precocious daughter, Cordie. With Christmas family hell just around the corner, however, in the shape of his parents and ex-wife, Dr Sweet's life is about to take a turn for the worse. Sent to the local shop for some last-minute supplies, this is the day he manages first to lose his mistress, then his job and, finally, his freedom, as the police arrest him for murder.This is a deeply amusing comedy about an unremarkable man trapped in remarkable circumstances.

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About Peter Bradshaw

Peter Bradshaw is the film critic for the Guardian and writes regularly for the Evening Standard. He has also contributed to the Modern Review, the New Statesman, Tribune and the London Review of Books. He lives in London

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Dr Sweet and His Daughter by Peter Bradshaw
Peter Bradshaw
Used - Very Good
Pan Macmillan
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