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A Pug Like Percy by Fiona Harrison
  

A Pug Like Percy

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Ahhh, who could resist Percy the Pug! A lovely, heartwarming story set from the point of view of an adorable little dog. Percy, abandoned at an animal rescue centre soon finds a new family, however happily ever after may be on hold, as Gail and Simon are warring with each other while their 12 year old daughter Jenny is in and out of hospital. Fiona Harrison ensures Percy is a waggy delightful chap, his antics with his doggy friends made me smile, while the background story certainly tugs at your heartstrings. Simply told, with bags of love and energy, and just a touch of the fantastical thrown in, ‘A Pug Like Percy’ is an easy, charming and very sweet read indeed. ~ Liz Robinson

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A Pug Like Percy by Fiona Harrison

A furry festive miracle who's there for you with a helping paw. Percy definitely isn't just for Christmas...Percy is homeless, abandoned by his owner at an animal rescue centre on a cold winter's night. So when he finds a loving new home with Gail and her family, his deepest wish is that this time, it's forever. Gail hopes that Percy will be the little miracle that her family so desperately needs. Her young daughter, Jenny, is in and out of hospital and she's only just holding things together with her husband, Simon. With the family at breaking point, and Christmas just around the corner, is Percy the furry friend they've all been waiting for? Full of hope and utterly heartwarming, A Pug Like Percy is the perfect read for fans of A Street Cat Named Bob and Alfie the Doorstep Cat.

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`Angela's Ashes on four legs.' - Evening Standard


About the Author

Fiona Harrison

Fiona Harrison is a dog lover and writer from the West Country with fifteen years’ experience as a national journalist, frequently writing for all the women’s magazines and has also taken on ghost-writing projects. Now married to a fellow animal lover, Fiona lives in Berkshire and is focusing on her two passions; animals and writing. A Pug like Percy is her first novel.

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Book Info

Publication date

3rd November 2016

Author

Fiona Harrison

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Author's Website

fionaford.co.uk/home
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Publisher

HQ an imprint of Harlequin (UK)

Format

Hardback
384 pages

Categories

Family Drama
eBook Favourites
Relationship Stories

Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

ISBN

9780008195700

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