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Mike Gayle

UK flag (b.1970)

Previously an Agony Uncle, Mike Gayle is a freelance journalist who has contributed to a variety of magazines including FHM, Sunday Times Style and Cosmopolitan. He is the author of eight previous bestselling novels.

Genres: General Fiction, Literary Fiction

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Mike Gayle recommends
The Ex-boyfriend's Handbook (2006)
(Ed & Dan, book 1)
Matt Dunn
"Funny, moving and a guaranteed page turner. Brilliant!"
Queenie Malone's Paradise Hotel (2019)
Ruth Hogan
"An absorbing, tender and heartfelt story of a complicated mother and daughter relationship. Beautifully crafted from start to finish, Hogan fans (of which I am one) are in for a real treat."
After the End (2019)
Clare Mackintosh
"Amazing, heart-wrenching . . . an absolute must-read."
The 24-Hour Cafe (2020)
Libby Page
"A moving and beautifully crafted novel about love, friendship and life."
The Authenticity Project (2020)
Clare Pooley
"Beautifully written, thought provoking and uplifting."
The Switch (2020)
Beth O'Leary
"O'Leary does it again! The Switch is a warm, funny and feisty tale of generational location swapping that will have you laughing and tearing up in equal measure. Populated by a cast of characters you'll wish you knew in real life. It's an absolute joy from beginning to end."
I Give It A Year (2020)
Helen Whitaker
"Searingly honest and deeply heartfelt, I Give It a Year is a keenly observed tale of love gone wrong and the things we do to try and make it right again. Whitaker deftly mines the complexity of long-term relationships, exposing both their fragility but ultimately leaving the reader with a real sense of hope. A triumph!"
Uncoupling (2021)
Lorraine Brown
"A wonderfully engaging tale of love and self-discovery that paints such an enchanting picture of Paris you'll be booking a seat on the Eurostar before you turn the final page!"
Woman of a Certain Rage (2021)
Georgie Hall
"Beautifully written and smart as a whip, this is a funny and truthful novel about love and life past the big five-0. Hall has created a character that mid-life readers can not only root for but identify with too."
The Start of Something (2022)
Miranda Dickinson
"Charming, quirky and properly romantic, The Start of Something is a wonderful engaging story of love, the blossoming of hope and the power of a good pack of felt-tipped pens! Perfect."
The Attic Child (2022)
Lola Jaye
"An incredibly important book . . . a beautifully crafted, compelling story . . . which will undoubtedly break your heart but also make it sing."
One Good Thing (2022)
Alexandra Potter
"Funny and moving, Alexandra Potter is fast establishing herself as the Queen of Comfort and this is a tale you'll delight getting lost in."

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