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Losing the plot: Elizabeth Coleman.

Losing the plot: Elizabeth Coleman.
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400257226 AFA COL
Australian Fiction   Gunnedah . . On Loan . 7 Jan 2020
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ISBN 9781760633431
Name Coleman, Elizabeth, 1962- author.
Title Losing the plot Elizabeth Coleman.
Published [S.l.] : ALLEN & UNWIN, 2019
Description 376 pages ; 24 cm.
Notes "A sweet and funny story about serious stuff" -- cover.
Summary "Vanessa Rooney is a thirty-something dental hygienist who finds herself a single mum with a hole in her heart where her husband had been. Somehow she finds the courage to fulfil her childhood dream of writing a romance novel but soon discovers that her novel has been plagiarised by her idol, celebrity author Charlotte Lancaster. Vanessa reluctantly sues Charlotte with the help of suburban solicitor Dave Rendall, who's nursing some unfulfilled dreams of his own. When gun QC Marcus Stafford agrees to join their legal team, Vanessa feels like her perfect man has stepped right out of the pages of her book and into her life. As all hell breaks loose publicly and privately, Vanessa confronts a painful past and realises what Dave already knew - that she's an intelligent, funny, amazing woman and Marcus Stafford is, well, a tosspot. Vanessa finally understands that what she wanted wasn't what she needed, but has this realisation come too late?" --Back cover.
Subjects Single mothers -- Victoria -- Melbourne -- Fiction
Intellectual property lawyers -- Fiction
Dental hygienists -- Fiction
Single mothers -- Fiction
Australian fiction
Women authors -- Fiction
Legal stories
Self-realization in women -- Fiction
Citizen suits (Civil procedure) -- Fiction
Women authors -- Fiction
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