Sarah Duncan's first novel, ADULTERY FOR BEGINNERS, was shortlisted for the Joan Hessayon New Writers Prize, and has sold to France, Holland, Norway, Portugal, Brazil, Spain and the USA. Before she took up writing and teaching, Sarah worked as an actor, most famously as Rodney's girlfriend 'before Cassandra' in ONLY FOOLS AND HORSES. She lives in Bath.
'A mix of sex, drugs and a mysterious 18th-century garden lifts this beyond the usual chick lit' -- First (Women's lifestyle) 20061025 '[A] sexy, romantic read' -- Peterborough Evening Telegraph 20061104 'Gardening isn't the spiciest of subjects, but Sarah Duncan, brings a satisfying touch of chick lit to the potting shed in Nice Girls Do' -- In Style 20061023 '..a light but cleverly plotted read, with a great "will they, won't they?" love story at it heart... And for those with literary tastes, there's lots of symbolism to add a deeper level of interest' -- Glamour 20061023 'Garden historian Anna says she never meets any decent men. Then she chances upon two at once - but she can't be sure that either is quite what they seem in this sex and gardening scandal' -- Eve 20061023 'A gripping romantic novel' -- Nottingham Evening Post 20061104 'A classier offering than your usual chick lit - perfect if you like your romance served with a dash of history and horticulture' -- Daily Mail 20061020 'A romantic and highly enjoyable read' -- Closer 20061021 'This is a light but cleverly plotted read, with a great 'will they, won't they?' love story at its heart - though you're not quite sure which guy's the right one to root for. And for those with literary tastes, there's lots of symbolism to add a deeper level of interest' -- Glamour 20061021 'A romantic and highly enjoyable read about the need to love' -- Closer 20061021 'There's more than a hint of early Jilly Cooper about Sarah Duncan's second novel, so maybe it's no surprise to learn she spent part of her teenage years babysitting Cooper's children. It's a classier offering than your usual chick lit - perfect if you like your romance served with a dash of history and horticulture' -- Daily Mail 20061021