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  • Hodder & Stoughton

Too Many Godmothers

Kate Fenton

3 Reviews

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), Romance

A sparkling novel about the funny side of life in Yorkshire, from the author of LIONS AND LIQUORICE.

Teddie is a secretary to an MP until she is discovered in flagrante with him while having breakfast in dressing gowns on her Pimlico terrace. The resulting tabloid frenzy sends her hightailing it back to Yorkshire, where her family is from and where she sets up a catering establishment in the local market town. Her brother, the squire of a local stately home, and sister-in-law greet her with open arms thinking Teddie can sort out their marriage, but Teddie is rather distracted by her new acquaintance, the vile, gorilla-like, Eastender and painter Bill, who's moved in next door with his ghastly dog and dysfunctional life...

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Praise for Too Many Godmothers

  • Kate Fenton's forte is sharp, contemporary comedy - Elizabeth Buchan, Mail on Sunday

  • A sparkling, frothy tale, lively, intelligent - The Times on LIONS AND LIQUORICE

  • The perfect summer read - Company on LIONS AND LIQUORICE

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Kate Fenton

Kate Fenton was born in Oldham, brought up in Cheshire and read PPE at St Hilda's College, Oxford. A former features and documentary producer for BBC Radio 4, she lives in the North York Moors near Whitby with her husband, Ed Selby, a GP. She has written radio drama and journalism as well as seven novels, one of which, Lions and Liquorice, was serialised on Woman's Hour.

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