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Strange Girls and Ordinary Women

Morgan Mccarthy

6 Reviews

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

Three very different lives come crashing together in this dark, lyrical and enthralling story of warped perceptions, female intuition and 'the other woman'.

They say you know instinctively who to trust.

Alice is normal; she'd never do anything rash. But when she sees her husband one day with a younger girl, she knows at once that he's having an affair. And it must be stopped.

Vic loves her friend Michael, more than he knows. He wants happiness, and thinks he's found it with the magnetic Estella. But Vic feels sure she can't be trusted - and she needs to make Michael see that too.

They don't know Kaya; her life is tougher than they can imagine. But Kaya's a survivor, and she's determined to find a way out of her miserable world.

Three women, three lives that come crashing together in this dark, lyrical and utterly enthralling story of warped perceptions, female intuition and 'the other woman'.

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Praise for Strange Girls and Ordinary Women

  • Praise for Morgan McCarthy:

  • 'Gripping and atmospheric, this is a cracking read' - Sun

  • Gorgeously written - Heat

  • A pageturner - Sunday Times Style

  • Dark, addictive and a stunning debut - Cosmopolitan

  • An accomplished debut... McCarthy's exquisite storytelling points to a promising literary career' - Edinburgh Evening News

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Morgan Mccarthy

Morgan McCarthy was born in Berkshire, where she still lives, and has been writing since primary school. She is the author of two previous novels, THE OTHER HALF OF ME and THE OUTLINE OF LOVE.

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