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  • Hodder & Stoughton

The Scene Stealers

Siobhan Curham

3 Reviews

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Fiction, Romance

Tragi-comedy at its very best. Lisa Jewell with attitude.

'If you could recreate any movie scene and cast yourself in the lead role, which would you choose?'

This chance remark made late one night over the counter of a North London video store brings together four very different characters with hilarious and dramatic consequences.

United only by their love of film, Sadie, Lana, Liam and Tel join forces to recreate cinematic history, discovering along the way that friendship, trust and even love can spring from the most unlikely of sources.

Once again, Siobhan Curham has mixed the elements of comedy with heart-wrenching tragedy, creating a warm and poignant tale that will cause laughter and tears with every turn of the page.

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Praise for The Scene Stealers

  • Siobhan Curham draws on her experiences of being a teenager in the Eighties, in this book of cherished memories of fighting campaigns in fluorescent legwarmers. Her story focuses on a young woman's love affair during the 1984 miner's strike. - OK on Frankie Says Relapse

  • This amusing tale of four women being driven mad by their partners' obsession with football, and taking their revenge in a variety of ways, is irresistible. - Marie Claire on Sweet FA

  • Girlie fun guaranteed to see off any World Cup fatigue. - Company on Sweet FA

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Siobhan Curham

Siobhan is an award-winning author of books for adults and young adults. Her first YA novel, Dear Dylan, won the Young Minds Book Award and her Shipwrecked series is currently being developed for television. She was also editorial consultant on the internationally best-selling novel Girl Online by Zoe Sugg.

Siobhan runs a life coaching practice called Dare to Dream and she loves nothing more than daring other people to pursue their passions.

She is also a regular contributor to newspapers, magazines and websites and has featured on various TV and radio shows, including the BBC news, BBC Breakfast, GMTV and Woman's Hour.

When she isn't immersed in a world of words she can usually be found contorted into a weird shape on a yoga mat, or living out her Kids from Fame fantasies, training to become a dance teacher.

For more information please visit:
Twitter: @SiobhanCurham

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