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The Rosie Project (Signed Copy)

£9.99

Product description

The Rosie Project is a 2013 Australian novel and the debut work of Australian novelist Graeme Simsion.
The novel centres on genetics professor Don Tillman, who struggles to have a serious relationship with women. With a friend's help, he devises a questionnaire to assess the suitability of female partners.
This is a signed copy (signed on the title page).
The book is in fairly good condition. However, the colour on the spine is faded and there are some yellow marks/a slight red water mark on the inside.

Item details

Added value:
Signed copy
Author(s):
Graeme Simsion
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
24cm long ,15.5 cm wide
Edition:
First published 2013
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-13:
9781922079770
Number of pages:
329
Publisher:
The Text Publishing Company
Title:
The Rosie Project

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The Rosie Project is a 2013 Australian novel and the debut work of Australian novelist Graeme Simsion.
The novel centres on genetics professor Don Tillman, who struggles to have a serious relationship with women. With a friend's help, he devises a questionnaire to assess the suitability of female partners.
This is a signed copy (signed on the title page).
The book is in fairly good condition. However, the colour on the spine is faded and there are some yellow marks/a slight red water mark on the inside.

Added value:
Signed copy
Author(s):
Graeme Simsion
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
24cm long ,15.5 cm wide
Edition:
First published 2013
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-13:
9781922079770
Number of pages:
329
Publisher:
The Text Publishing Company
Title:
The Rosie Project

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