The beloved author of Again, Rachel is mostly found at the top of the fiction bestseller list. But did you know she's also published collections of her journalism, and a cookbook? Here's our guide to where to begin.
Miles of Marian Keyes. Years of Richard Osman. A multitude of, um, Kama Sutra positions. Here are the book numbers and statistics that defined the past 12 months.
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Marian Keyes asks why novels so often end at the very start of a couple's story, when what happens next is so much more interesting...
Marian Keyes reflects on the delights of family time, from weddings and babysitting gone wrong to an oddly uplifting discussion about her mother’s funeral, in this extract from her bestseller Making It Up As I Go Along
'A big, noisy family full of big personalities': the author reveals how she brought her much-loved family to life
Marian Keyes is a phenomenon. The multimillion copy, internationally bestselling author of some of the most widely loved, genre-defying novels of the past thirty years - including Rachel's Holiday, Anybody Out THere and Grown Ups - has millions of devoted readers around the world. In addition to her fifteen novels, Marian has also written two collections of journalism, upon which the recent hit BBC Radio 4 show Between Ourselves is based. Marian lives in Dún Laoghaire, Dublin.
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