The Last Matchmaker

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The Last Matchmaker Book

With his unique blend of intuition, quiet wisdom and a small drop of cunning, Irish matchmaker Willie Daly reveals the secret to finding true love, and shares the story of a life...

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The Last Matchmaker - Willie Daly,Philip Dodd
pdf | 248 KB | English | Isbn: 1682610527 | Author: Willie Daly,Philip Dodd | Release Date: 2016-02-02
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With his unique blend of intuition, quiet wisdom and a small drop of cunning, Irish matchmaker Willie Daly reveals the secret to finding true love, and shares the story of a life spent bringing people together in love and marriage. The path to love can be heart-warming, hilarious, sometimes hair-raising—and Willie is the perfect guide. For those still looking for romance, he also has some hard-earned, practical advice. Rich with characters, humor, drama and—of course—Guinness, Willie Daly regales us with some of his funniest and most touching matchmaking stories.
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  • Author : Willie Daly,Philip Dodd
  • Publisher : Post Hill Press
  • Release Date : 2016-02-02
  • Total Pages : 288
  • Genre : Family & Relationships
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With his unique blend of intuition, quiet wisdom and a small drop of cunning, Irish matchmaker Willie Daly reveals the secret to finding true love, and shares the story of a life spent bringing people together in love and marriage. The path to love can be heart-warming, hilarious, sometimes hair-raising—and Willie is the perfect guide. For those still looking for romance, he also has some hard-earned, practical advice. Rich with characters, humor, drama and—of course—Guinness, Willie Daly regales us with some of his funniest and most touching matchmaking stories.

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