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Actress and writer Pauline McLynn is currently presenting Painting The Nation every Sunday night on RTÉ 1 The author of ten novels, including Something For The Weekend, Missing You Already and Jenny . .

Called Father Ted, She is, it must be said, a bit of a national treasure.

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Something for the weekend, sir?" was originally a euphemistic question asked by British barbers when offering condoms to their customers. It may now refer to: Something for the Weekend (game show), a British game show. Something for the Weekend (TV programme), a British programme mixing cooking, interviews, and general-interest clips. Something for the Weekend, a sketch comedy show featuring Susie Blake, first broadcast in 1989. Something for the Weekend", an episode of The Grimleys.

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Very funny detective novel - takes the standard format but subtly adds humour and feminism along the way. Find similar books Profile. His reaction to me had been text-book ' 'A man,' I finished his sentence. Turbulent Priests by Colin Bateman. has been added to your Basket. Already celebrated as one of the finest comic actresses of her generation, Pauline McLynn bids, with her gently witty first novel Something for the Weekend, to be praised as a writer as well. Leonora "Leo" Street is a Dublin private eye, but not the sort of private eye to whom huge adventures happen; she investigates small infidelities and frauds as a commercial business and is quite content with a quiet life.

Something for the Weekend is the first comic crime caper of the charming Leo Street series by Pauline McLynn. The perfect read for fans of Janet Evanovich and Joanna Cannon. Scandal, infidelity, secrets and soufflé are all explored with a healthy dollop of humour' - Express. 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

Something For The Weekend book.

Something For The Weekend book. Pauline McLynn (born 11 July 1962) is an Irish actress, comedienne and author, best known for playing Mrs Doyle on the Channel 4 sitcom Father Ted. McLynn was born in Sligo but grew up in Galway. She studied History of Art and Modern English at Trinity College, Dublin. She was heavily involved in Trinity's Dublin University Players (college drama society).

Leo despairs of ever getting her career as a private eye off the ground. When an obnoxious politican walks into her office demanding to know if his wife is cheating on him, Leo's got to masquerade as a member of a cookery course to find the answer. ISBN13:9780747263975. Release Date:January 2000.

Pauline McLynn's intrepid private investigator, Leo Street, returns in this sparkling comic crime caper. Hilariously funny follow-up to Something for the Weekend. The charming Leo Street series is perfect for fans of Janet Evanovich and Lauren Henderson. With the perfect balance of humour, adventure and romance, Pauline McLynn makes crafting witty, fast-paced fiction look like a doddle' - OK! Private eye Leo Street is on the trail of an adulterous husband when her clapped-out car causes her cover to be blown.

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Something for the Weekend
Roy McBee tells the story of a southern gentleman unlike any you will ever read about in your history books. We often hear about the politicians who lead our county to civil war through harsh rhetoric and a the refusal to change. This book takes the reader on an extraordinary journey through the first two ceturies of our country's history through the life a successful South Carolina entrepreneur, industrialist, and philanthropist who spent the first two-thirds of his life building a small fortune and the remaining thirty years trying to avoid civil war by industrializing the South and building railroads and commercial ties to the North and Mid-west. Its unfortunate that so many ingnored his reason, but its no wonder that his home in upstate South Carolina grew to become the textile capital of the world during the 20th century and is now major player in the automotive industry.
This series is great! Laugh out loud funny and has a fun cast of characters. I want more books in this series!!
Great book about a great man.
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Pauline McLynn
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