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The importance of being a bachelor [text (large print)] / Mike Gayle.

By: Gayle, Mike.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Charnwood series.Publisher: Leicester : Charnwood, 2011, c2010Edition: Large print edition.Description: 376 pages (large print) ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781444806731; 1444806734.Subject(s): Brothers -- Fiction | Adult fiction -- Family relationships -- Fiction | Man-woman relationships -- FictionGenre/Form: Large type books. | Romance fiction.Summary: George and Joan Bachelor are the proud (albeit slightly disappointed) parents of three grown-up boys whose lives aren't quite what they had hoped for... Adam is addicted to TWKGs (The Wrong Kind of Girls); Luke bears the scars of a savage divorce; and 'baby' Russell's love life contains nothing but heartache. When, months shy of his fortieth wedding anniversary, George Bachelor announces he's leaving the family home to try his hand at the single life, everything is thrown into turmoil. Now as well as sorting out their own love lives, the boys have got to sort out their parents' too...or face losing the one thing they could always count on.
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George and Joan Bachelor are the proud (albeit slightly disappointed) parents of three grown-up boys whose lives aren't quite what they had hoped for... Adam is addicted to TWKGs (The Wrong Kind of Girls); Luke bears the scars of a savage divorce; and 'baby' Russell's love life contains nothing but heartache. When, months shy of his fortieth wedding anniversary, George Bachelor announces he's leaving the family home to try his hand at the single life, everything is thrown into turmoil. Now as well as sorting out their own love lives, the boys have got to sort out their parents' too...or face losing the one thing they could always count on.

First published in UK: London : Hodder & Stoughton, 2010.

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George and Joan Bachelor are the proud (albeit slightly disappointed) parents of three grown-up boys whose lives aren't quite what they had hoped for... Adam is addicted to TWKGs (The Wrong Kind of Girls); Luke bears the scars of a savage divorce; and 'baby' Russell's love life contains nothing but heartache. When, months shy of his fortieth wedding anniversary, George Bachelor announces he's leaving the family home to try his hand at the single life, everything is thrown into turmoil. Now as well as sorting out their own love lives, the boys have got to sort out their parents' too...or face losing the one thing they could always count on.

Adult.

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