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‘Nobody does family drama like Anne Tyler and I can’t wait to give my mum her latest, Vinegar Girl, a wise and funny re-telling of The Taming of the Shrew.’
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‘I know my mum will love Nina, though I think she’d have a lot to say to her if she were her daughter! It’s a dark, funny cautionary tale for women of all ages.’
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‘I can’t think of a better gift for my mum than a book about extraordinary women. She always taught me that I could do anything. It will be my way of telling her that she has been an inspiration to me.’
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‘This beautiful novel from one of our very best storytellers is a hymn to women, love and freedom. It's a tribute to the many ordinary lives, and the extraordinary loves within them, that so often go unsung.’
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‘My mum is always testing out new, healthy recipes so this book could not be more up her alley. Coincidentally the beautiful jacket matches her kitchen perfectly!’
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‘My mum loves great storytelling, so I'm giving her Birdcage Walk. It’s incredibly atmospheric, full of intrigue and brilliantly drawn characters.’
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‘My Mum is a huge Sophie Kinsella fan so I can’t wait to give her My Not So Perfect Life, an uplifting, laugh-out-loud book that she's bound to love.’
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‘My mum loves thrillers so I'm getting her My Sister's Bones. It keeps being compared to The Girl on the Train and I couldn’t agree more - I was completely floored by the incredibly dark twist!’
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‘This is the perfect gift for both my sisters, who are raising families. The Unmumsy Mum is always hilarious, and so honest about those moments you go through as a mum!’
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