A wonderfully warm and witty debut novel about family secrets andsibling rivalry.The four MacLeod sisters are no strangers to sisterly rivalry and with one ofthem about to be married, there are bound to be fireworks. PerfectionistNatalie wants the 'wedding of the year'. Harassed mother, Milly, just wishesher bridesmaid's dress wasn't the size of a tent. Career-obsessed Avrilsecretly moons over a married man and world traveler, Hazel, the youngest,yearns to be taken seriously. Forced together for the first time in years, andwith an unexpected guest stirring up old resentments, squabbles are inevitable.But when tragedy strikes things really fly apart - as some shocking skeletonsemerge rattling from the crowded MacLeod closet...
Ellie Campbell is a pseudonym for sisters, Pam Burks and Lorraine Campbell who collaborate across the mighty Atlantic from their respective homes in Surrey, England and Colorado, USA, finding writing together a great excuse for endless phone conversations. Together they have written four novels How To Survive Your Sisters, When Good Friends Go Bad, Looking For La La and To Catch a Creeper (publishing 24th March 2014). They love any chance to connect with their readers on facebook or twitter.
Ellie Campbell is represented by the Hardman & Swainson Literary Agency (www.hardmanswainson.com).
'Makes sibling rivalry funny.' Cosmopolitan
'A rollicking read.' Carol
Smith, author of Twilight Hour.
'A cracking book with the entangled plot
developing at great speed, one of the best in this area.' BOOKSELLER
'Ellie Campbell's infectious sense of fun
is immensely cheering. Her stories are a gorgeous blend of memorable
characters, plot-twisting treats and heart-warming nostalgia. I hope the Ellie
Campbell phenomenon is here to stay.' Fiona Walker
'I totally ate this one up. A great book for anyone with a sister! Heck you don't even have to have a sister to get the humor!' Reading Renee Reviews
'The writing achieves the balance between lightheartedness and truth to look at family ties -- cosy, lovely, messy, and uncomfortable, all tangled up -- with real affection and honesty.' -Vine Voice