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Our house is not in Paris

Author: Susan Cutsforth
Publisher: Melbourne : Melbourne Books, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Susan Cutsforth and her husband, Stuart, are?ordinary? people living an extraordinary life. They both work full-time: one is a teacher librarian of thirty years, and the other, a middle-level clerk in the public service. But, as Susan recounts in 'Our House is Not in Paris', they own a holiday house in France? the other side of the world. And not only that, this petite maison required significant renovating, which  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Travel writing
Biography
Named Person: Susan Cutsforth; Stuart Cutsforth
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Susan Cutsforth
ISBN: 9781922129284 1922129283
OCLC Number: 855927472
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Responsibility: Susan Cutsforth.

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Susan Cutsforth and her husband, Stuart, are?ordinary? people living an extraordinary life. They both work full-time: one is a teacher librarian of thirty years, and the other, a middle-level clerk in the public service. But, as Susan recounts in 'Our House is Not in Paris', they own a holiday house in France? the other side of the world. And not only that, this petite maison required significant renovating, which they accomplished almost singlehandedly during their working holidays.

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