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Our Doris

by Charles Heathcote

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The Partridge Mews Women's Institute have announced a Garden Safari and Doris Copeland, pillar of the community with a tenure as Maria in The Sound of Music that involved an awful gastrointestinal bug, plans on securing her position as fifth house. Join her as she battles ne'er do well slugs, searches for the perfect artisan sausage and comes against her mortal enemy Janice Dooley of Little Street, all whilst maintaining a perfectly Silvakrinned hairstyle. Told from the perspective of her long-suffering husband, 'arold, a man who would be content to sit at home watching re-runs of Groundforce. This is the first book of monologues featuring Our Doris.

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