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Maggie Groff
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Maggie Groff

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Maggie Groff is a multi-award-winning Australian novelist, columnist and non-fiction writer whose work has been translated and published internationally. She is the author of three non-fiction books: the best-selling Mothers Behaving Badly (1999), Hoax Cuisine (2001) and Not Your Average Nurse (2017). Maggie is also the author of the two highly-acclaimed crime novels featuring investigative reporter Scout Davis: Mad Men, Bad Girls (2012) and Good News, Bad News (2013).

Books by Maggie Groff

Mrs Groff’s Mischievous Book of Motherhood Management

You can fool all of the children some of the time, and some of the children all of the time, but with practice you can fool all of the children all of the time. And their fathers.

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Not Your Average Nurse

‘Over time, I nursed victims of war, the posh, the poor, the famous and the infamous . . . Oh, the stories I tell!'

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London calling

The moment Maggie Groff’s future appeared before her.

Motherhood: dream vs reality

Maggie Groff blows up a motherhood fantasy with a cold dose of motherhood reality.