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The Barney Conroy Trilogy

Guy Sigley

Publisher: Guy Sigley

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Laugh, cringe, and face-palm your way through the complete set of Barney Conroy novels!
 
Meet Barney Conroy . . . your new awkward best friend. His social skills are limited, his love life is a catastrophe, and his germophobia is extreme. He has a tendency to make obscure pop culture references at the most inappropriate times, and his definition of fine dining is a bowl of fries.
 
And yet, there's something about Barney that has readers around the world cheering for him through the absurd, frustrating, and downright hilarious challenges he creates for himself.
 
Easy-to-read page turners, the three novels in The Barney Conroy Trilogy are full of laugh-out-loud fun about work, love, family, and the redemptive power of hitting rock bottom.
 
Box Set includes three novels:Barney: A Novel (about a guy called Barney)The Emily DilemmaThe Best Version of Me

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