Those Other Women

Publisher details

Those Other Women
Author
Nicola Moriarty
Publisher
HarperCollins
Genre
Fiction
Released
19 March, 2018

Synopsis

MumsSleepless nights. Toddler tantrums. Porridge in her hair. Frankie needs the support of her online mums' group just to keep her off the gin.Versus Non-MumsLate starts. Early finishes. Endless school plays and sports days. Poppy and Annalise are driven mad by mums enjoying special privileges at work while they pick up the slack. Setting up a Facebook group to vent about smug mummies is just a healthy outlet - right?Equals WarBut as their new group's membership soars, the frustrated women start confronting mums in the real world. Cafes become battlegrounds, playgrounds become warzones and offices have never been more divided.A rivalry that was once harmless fun is about to spiral out of Poppy and Annalise's control.Because one of their members is a wolf in sheep's clothing. And she has an agenda of her own .
Nicola Moriarty
About the author

Nicola Moriarty

Nicola Moriarty lives in Sydney's northwest with her husband and two small (but remarkably strong-willed) daughters. She is the younger sister of bestselling authors Liane Moriarty and Jaclyn Moriarty. In between various career changes, becoming a mum and studying at Macquarie University, she began to write. Now, she can't seem to stop.

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