Praise for THE SECRET LIVES OF SISTERS: 'The story that unfolds reads like a beautifully written memoir . . . so astutely crafted that it is painful to read.'
THE SECRET LIVES OF SISTERS . . . derives its strength from its realism . . . the events and characterisations are highly plausible.
On FIFTY IS NOT A FOUR-LETTER WORD: 'Bridget Jones for grown-ups.'
The novel is fun and frothy and very good
A witty, involving novel
Funny, perceptive - I absolutely loved it.
Funny, wise and proof that the perfect heroine doesn't have to be a chardonnay-swilling thirty-something, this made me laugh and weep from start to finish. Linda Kelsey has the knack of making you care about her characters and she deals with huge issues with the lightest touch. I wish I'd written this!
Funny, wise, true and not just for women of fifty!
Wise, witty and wonderful.