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Queen Bee

Jane Fallon

ISBN: 9781405943345
Queen Bee
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ISBN: 9781405943345

Publisher Description

A brand-new novel from the Sunday Times bestselling author of Faking Friends and Tell Me a Secret.

Author Biography

Jane Fallon is the multi-award winning television producer behind such shows as This Life, Teachers and 20 Things to do Before You're 30. Her previous novels, Getting Rid of Matthew, Got You Back and Foursome were all top ten bestsellers and Foursome was nominated for a Melissa Nathan award. The Ugly Sister is Jane's fourth novel.


Darkly comic and addictive Daily Express Sparkling and unpredictable Elle Chick lit with an edge Guardian Barbed, twisty and full of deliciously dry wit, this is smart stuff to race through Sunday Mirror I LOVE her books. She always delivers a fabaliss read bestselling author of The Break Intelligent, edgy and witty Glamour Compelling, edgy, beautifully written Daily Mail Superbly taps into our inner Avenger. Hugely compelling and unpredictable bestselling author of Never Greener Brilliant, with completely unexpected twists bestselling author of Why Mummy Drinks She's the queen of the revenge novel. Dramatic and engaging from the start, you won't want to put it down Heat Praise for Jane Fallon - Compelling, addictive with effortless wit and bite - gloriously connecting I love it. I thought it was whip-smart, sassy and gripping The brilliant Jane Fallon does it again. Queen Bee is a whip-smart, laugh-out-loud, feel-good kinda novel perfect to curl up on the sofa with Sharp and hilarious . . . had me turning the pages into the small hours bestselling author of Our House and Those People Perfectly crafted with razor sharp wit, Queen Bee is utterly hilarious and deliciously wry Nicola Moriarty, bestselling author of Big Little Lies It was unputdownable and such a joy to read!

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Jane Fallon
Penguin Books Ltd
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United Kingdom