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Abigail Mann

She was born and brought up in Norfolk, which she says is to blame for the sardonic humour that runs through her novels.Abigail Mann was the runner-up in 2019's Comedy Women in Print award for The Lonely Fajita: her first novel.

Genres: Romance
Abigail Mann recommends
Begin Again (2023)
Helly Acton
"Helly Acton has done it again! She is the queen of a good concept and this is no different. Begin Again is addictive, entertaining, and genuinely funny. I absolutely loved it!"
The Fixer Upper (2022)
Lauren Forsythe
"This book slides modern romance under a microscope with wry, sharp humour and equally fierce warmth. I loved it!"
Love, Loss and Little White Lies (2022)
India Rigg
"A beautiful, funny, modern story that breathes life back into the nostalgia of growing up and what to do when the vision you had for yourself falls apart. It isn't easy to tackle authenticity and grief alongside one another, but in today's age of social media and 'the right kind of sad,' Rigg's novel has some pretty profound things to say about lifting your chin in the face of adversity. What a triumph!"
Is This It? (2021)
Hannah Tovey
"I ABSOLUTELY BLOODY LOVED IS THIS IT? Ivy is pretty much my favourite character to spend time with and I adored following her as she stepped into her own. Hannah writes with heart cut with a sharp, dark humour that had me snorting with laughter. Hannah crafts characters with such life that at times I forgot I was reading at all. Needless to say, I'd share a bottle of wine with Ivy in a heartbeat."
The Mix-Up (2021)
Holly McCulloch
"Holly strikes a perfect balance between raw and relatable, funny and heartwarming. I feel like pitching up in Paige's cake shop - I didn't want to leave her when the book ended!"
Dial A For Aunties (2021)
(Aunties, book 1)
Jesse Q Sutanto
"A rip-roaring treat! Dark comedy at its finest and a set of catastrophes that had me roaring."

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