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The big picture / Jennifer Compton
Bib ID 1317255
Format BookBook
Author
Compton, Jennifer, 1949-
 
Description Sydney : Currency Press, 1999 
xii, 82 p. : ports. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0868195944 (paperback)
Summary

A bitingly funny and gritty study of three friends - Joy, Mandy and Fran - single mothers struggling to free themselves from the mire of petty crime, drugs and hopeless men. The arrival of Joy's brother confronts the women with their raw needs, sexuality and the slippery morality of survival.

Subjects Single mothers - Australia - Drama.  |  Women - Australia - Drama.  |  Australia - Drama.
Form/genre Love stories.  |  Domestic drama.  |  Love stories.

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