Christina Hopkinson has her finger on the pulse of modern-life: in her new novel she tackles the A-List celebrity family.
Christina Hopkinson is an author and journalist whose work has appeared in the Daily Telegraph, the Guardian, the Times, Grazia and Red magazine. Her first novel, IzobelBrannigan.com was published by Piatkus and was described by the Mirror as 'an insightful debut - witty, wise and worth reading'. She lives in London with her husband and three children. Visit Christina's website, www.christinahopkinson.com, and follow her on Twitter at twitter.com/Xtinahopkinson.
Sharply funny * Marie Claire on THE PILE OF STUFF AT THE BOTTOM OF THE STAIRS * Fantastically well-written, searingly truthful, occasionally very moving * Daily Mail on THE PILE OF STUFF AT THE BOTTOM OF THE STAIRS * Utter genius. * Lisa Jewell on THE PILE OF STUFF AT THE BOTTOM OF THE STAIRS * Funny and deliciously rude. * Daily Mail on JUST LIKE PROPER GROWN-UPS * Nail-biting end * The Lady magazine * A quirky story which is amusingly told. * Image * The Nanny Diaries meets Sex And The City * Red * Hilariously lifts the shades on an uber-glamorous world * Daily Express * It's a great premise and the book's full of spot-on brilliance, from posh children's clothes to the dramatic denouement in the garden. * Daily Mail * A very funny satire on fame and the media, you will race through this indulgent treat. * Sunday Mirror * A wonderful portrait of celebrity . . . a light, wry take on life behind the scenes of the A-List and an easy, accessible read. * We Love This Book * A razor sharp dissection of the madness of modern fame. * Good Housekeeping *