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Alison Penton Harper - Author


Alison Penton Harper was born in London in 1964 to an English father and an Indian mother. After a convent education she stumbled into advertising, later setting up her own business. Alison lives in Northamptonshire with her husband and two daughters.

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Housewife Up by Alison Penton Harper
Housewife Up
Alison Penton Harper
One of the aspiring writers picked out in the Richard & Judy 'How to get published' competition, Alison Penton Harper proves that she isn't a one-trick pony and that Richard and Judy do indeed know their stuff. Housewife Up picks...
Format: Paperback - Released: 01/09/2006
Housewife Down by Alison Penton Harper
Housewife Down
Alison Penton Harper
A finalist in Richard & Judy's How to Get Published competition 2005, Housewife Down is a hilarious debut novel about a married woman finding herself unexpectedly single again . . .
Format: Paperback - Released: 16/09/2005

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