A Few Little Lies by Sue WelfareA Few Little Lies by Sue Welfare

A Few Little Lies

bySue Welfare

Paperback | May 8, 2000

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Sue Welfare's first novel of modern manners, now available in A format and in highly successful series styleThere are two ways to make sex pay. One is illegal and the other can land you in a whole lot of trouble.When writer Dora Hall's erotic novels become successful, her agent decides to cash in with a promotional tour. Unfortunately Dora's career is her best-kept secret, and so she is delighted when he hires a glamorous stand-in. Predatory blonde Lillian Bliss fulfils everyone's criteria; she's a walking sexual adventure, lapping up media attention and making it all look wonderfully simple - until she starts to deviate from Dora's carefully written script.Chaos descends upon the small Norfolk town, local celebrities and politicians scrabble frantically to hide their seedy pasts and Dora's cover is completely blown. What began with a few little lies turns into a spectacular slice of mayhem in this wickedly witty and warm debut from a tremendously talented writer.
Married with four sons, Sue Welfare is the author of JUST DESSERTS, OFF THE RECORD and numerous erotic novels under a closely guarded pseudonym. Born on the edge of the Fens, she is perfectly placed to write about the vagaries of life in East Anglia. Sue was runner-up in the 1995 Mail on Sunday short story competition, and winner of th...
Title:A Few Little LiesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:320 pagesPublished:May 8, 2000Publisher:HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERSLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0006514316

ISBN - 13:9780006514312


Editorial Reviews

A FEW LITTLE LIES:'Captures an authentic flavour of rural angst. an entertaining debut'Mail on SundayJUST DESSERTS:'The characterisation is sure. Delightful'Daily Telegraph'A wonderful witty novel'Woman's Weekly