This is Killing Eve meets the PTAFor fans of the ruthless heroine of Killing Eve, the mum-humour of Gill Sims and the PTA scandal of The Rumour, comes one of the funniest and darkest novels about motherhood you'll read this year.
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Is there anything you wouldn't do for your children?
Obviously be a parent governor and chair the PTA. But how far are you really willing to go?
You think your school run is tough? After her unoriginal husband leaves her for his secretary, Beverley finds her meticulously planned life crumbling around her. Now a single mum forced to send her children to the failing local primary school, her children's carefully crafted futures are disappearing.
Desperate to turn things around Beverley sets out to make Harper Hill the best school it can be, but even the best laid plans can go awry. Thankfully Beverley isn't afraid to take matters into her own hands - but how far is she really willing to go to fight for her children's future?
If you want something done right, do it yourself.
Comedy is seriously underestimated, but it's very hard to make a reader laugh as much as Lynn Fraser does with her blissful insights into the dark side of the Parent Teachers Association. - Allison Pearson