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y separately published work icon Le Destin du Dr Sarah Gilmour [and] Le Bebe du Hasard selected work   novel   romance  
Issue Details: First known date: 2001... 2001 Le Destin du Dr Sarah Gilmour [and] Le Bebe du Hasard
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Notes

  • Translation of Marry Me by Meredith Webber and Definitely Daddy by Alison Roberts (non AustLit).

Contents

* Contents derived from the Paris,
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Harlequin , 2001 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Le Destin du Dr Sarah Gilmour Marry Me, Meredith Webber , single work novel romance

'Dr. Sarah Gilmour’s new locum post is in Windrush Sidings, a place that holds a lot of memories for her. To her delight, her daughter Lucy is able to join her, bringing friends, for the small town has it 150th anniversary.

'To Sarah’s shock, and delight, Tony Kemp is back for the festivities. Eleven years ago he was the love of her life, and he still has the same effect on her! But an unexpected death leads to complications, and Tony, as a senior police officer, may be the only one who can help.' (Publication summary)

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