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Something for the Weekend (Leo Street, Book 1): An unputdownable novel of laughter and warmth

Pauline Mclynn

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

Pauline McLynn, who shot to fame playing Mrs Doyle in Father Ted, introduces us to an irresistible female private investigator, Leo Street, in her first crime caper. 'A breezy, humorous debut...fast-moving, entertaining' Sunday Tribune

When private investigator Leo Street is sent to County Kildare to spy on the wife of a loathsome client, she's delighted to be getting away from rainy Dublin and her hopeless, permanently resting actor boyfriend Barry. The one catch is she has to masquerade as a member of a cookery course and the only piece of culinary equipment Leo can handle is a tin opener - Weekend Entertaining Part 1 is daunting to say the least. As she strips away layers of marital infidelity - not to mention several other scandalous secrets - she battles with bread-making and brulee. But where will it all end - in triumph or tragedy?

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Praise for Something for the Weekend (Leo Street, Book 1): An unputdownable novel of laughter and warmth

  • SOMETHING FOR THE WEEKEND'S strength lies in McLynn's witty character portrayal and a very likeable heroine - The List - Glasgow

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