by Catherine Cookson

  • ISBN: 0356044149
  • Subcategory: Love Story
  • Author: Catherine Cookson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: LITTLE, BROWN (September 1, 1984)
  • Pages: 238
  • ePub book: 1884 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1955 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 459


The Catherine Cookson Story.

The Catherine Cookson Story. She was the illegitimate daughter of Kate Fawcett, an alcoholic, whom she thought was her sister.

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Dame Catherine Ann Cookson, DBE (née McMullen; 27 June 1906 – 11 June 1998) was a British author. She is in the top 20 of most widely read British novelists with sales topping 100 million, while retaining a relatively low profile in the world of celebrity writers. Her books were inspired by her deprived youth in South Tyneside, North East England, the setting for her novels.

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by. Cookson, Catherine, 1906-1998. Fiction in English 1945- Texts. Leicester : Ulverscroft.

But this is insignificant compared with her next ordeal when a blonde comes into her husband's life. Bill The Barmy Bull Terrier. com User, November 30, 2009. This, sadly, is the last of the Mary Ann novels.

by Catherine Cookson. Published 1986 by Chivers Audio Books.

Catherine Cookson - the complete book list. She also wrote books under her childhood name, Katie McMullen, and under the pseudonym Catherine Marchant

Catherine Cookson - the complete book list. Catherine Ann McMullen was born on 27 June 1906 in Tyne Dock, England, UK. She grew up as daugther of Rose and John McMullen, but was the illegitimate daughter of Kate Fawcett, whom she believed to be her older sister, and Alexander Davies, a bigamist. She also wrote books under her childhood name, Katie McMullen, and under the pseudonym Catherine Marchant. After receiving an OBE in 1985, Catherine Cookson was created a Dame of the British Empire in 1993.

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A bull-terrier puppy that chews up the living room, a leggy blonde who tests her husband's susceptibility to temptation, and trouble at school for the twins are among the complications in Mary Ann Shaughnessy's life


Gholbimand Gholbimand
This is the 8th book in the Mary Ann series, and Bill has to be the most interesting character that entered in to the family. I was so sorry to find this was the end of the series and I have read and lived through the series (often very late at night) and so enjoyed it. A most essential series to follow.
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A great book, a great series
Ishnsius Ishnsius
Loved this, laughed about poor puppy Bill and how Mary Ann ends up loving him and writing stories about him. The Twins got up to thier usaul mischief and poor Corny also got in over his head.
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This, sadly, is the last of the Mary Ann novels. I would love for there to be more. I would like to read about Mary Ann up till she enters a nursing home or passes on. She has been a ton of fun at every age so far. In this one she is 27 years old. Her twins, Rose Mary and David are still six and still getting into trouble. David has learned to swear and Rose Mary always gets her way. On top of these troublesome twins, Mary Ann now has to deal with a bull terrier, Bill.

At first, things don't look good for Bill, the barmy bull terrier. He tears up Mary Ann's chairs and piddles and poos on her kitchen floor. But Mary Ann has a lot more on her mind when her husband Corny starts making "google" eyes at a young girl working nearby who obviously has Corny marked as her latest "bull's eye."

Things just may work out all right tho and Bill may have a paw in it. I laughed out loud four or five times and even got a bit onion eyed at the end. A fabulous ending to a terrific series.