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Marian Keyes

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Last Chance Saloon

Marian Keyes

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4 Star Rated Book

Rachel's Holiday

Marian Keyes

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3 Star Rated Book

Sushi For Beginners

Marian Keyes

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4 Star Rated Book

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Last Chance Saloon by Marian Keyes - Book Review

Last Chance Saloon by Marian Keyes

Fiction-Net Rating 4 Star Rated Book

Tara, Katherine and Fintan. Best friends since they were teenagers in the days of legwarmers, pink stretch jeans and Duran Duran. Now in their early thirties, they're living in London but so far only Fintan has managed to find true love.

It's real girlie stuff and best read in a sumptuous bubble bath with a cup of tea and no interruptions.

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Rachel's Holiday by Marian Keyes - Book Review

Rachel's Holiday by Marian Keyes

Fiction-Net Rating 3 Star Rated Book

Here's Rachel Walsh, twenty-seven and the miserable owner of size eight feet. She has regular congress with Luke Costello, a man who wears his leather trousers tight and she's fond - some might say too fond - of recreational drugs. Until everything goes pear-shaped and she finds herself being frog-marched to the Cloisters - Dublin's answer to the Betty Ford Clinic.

Running alongside the usual themes of boyfriends, embarrassing parents and shopping is the far less cheerful subject of addiction. Marian Keyes has set herself a hard task in combining the two without sacrificing the appropriate tone of either.

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Sushi For Beginners by Marian Keyes - Book Review

Sushi For Beginners by Marian Keyes

Fiction-Net Rating 4 Star Rated Book

Prada-wearing magazine editor Lisa Edwards thinks her life is over when her 'fabulous' new job turns out to be deportation to Dublin, launching 'Colleen' magazine. Might her new boss, the dishevelled and moody Jack Devine, save her from a fate worse than hell?

I was gripped throughout this book and despite being another long read, Sushi for Beginners never slackens off or becomes dull.

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