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Kate Davies was born and brought up in north-west London. She studied English at Oxford University before becoming a writer and editor of children's books. She's also a screenwriter, and had a short-lived career as a burlesque dancer that ended when she was booed off stage at a Conservative club while dressed as a bingo ball. Kate lives in east London with her wife. In at the Deep End is her first novel.
`Without a doubt, In at the Deep End, by Kate Davies, is the afterparty book for anyone looking to extend their Fleabag fun. Newly published, Davies' book is raucous, sexy, poignant and smart, and is definitely the most fun you will have with lesbian BDSM short of doing it yourself' Hadley Freeman, Guardian
`Brilliant! The best thing I've read in AGES. I can't remember the last time a book made me laugh so hard, while also making me think about life, relationships and what makes us who we are' Gill Sims, author of Why Mummy Drinks
`A frank, very funny and, at times, filthy exploration of sex, love and self-understanding ... brilliant' Stylist
`Fleabag-level dirty jokes, Eleanor Oliphant-levels of empathy and a heroine who feels like your best mate spilling the gossip after two glasses drunk a little too quickly. Fresh, funny and filthy' Grazia
`[A] fresh and funny lesbian coming-of-age adventure ... a Sapphic sexual odyssey' Guardian
`Frank, funny and fabulously filthy, but also tender and moving. Every woman should own a copy of this book' Erin Kelly author of He Said/She Said
`Utterly original, hilarious' Francesca Simon, The Times
`This year's funniest book? Certainly its filthiest, as Julia embarks on a journey of sexual discovery, taking in bad parties, worse art and some excellent conversations' iPaper
`I was snorting with mirth like a little piggy on every page. Utter filth and very, very, very funny' Sarra Manning, author of The Rise and Fall of Becky Sharp
`Refreshing ... brazen and hilarious' Emma Jane Unsworth, Observer
`I read In at the Deep End in a laughing (sometimes cringing) flash and then handed it to my wife who did the same. And then we talked and talked about it. (And then we made out.)' Emily Danforth, author of The Miseducation of Cameron Post
`I love this book! It's a wild sexual adventure that's funny and exciting and tender and real and chilling all at once. A joy to read' Josie Long