“I love deadlines. I love the whooshing noise they make as they go by.” ― Douglas Adams, The Salmon of Doubt
Third Sue Margolis classic comes to Apostrophe
Hailed by People as “Bridget Jones’s Diary for the matrimonial set”, it tells the story of Anna Shapiro, a sex-starved journalist on a mission to find some fun after the ordeal of hypochondriac husband Dan. So she spends the next few weeks committing adultery for the pure joy of it – with uproarious results.
The Mail on Sunday called it “a tremendously funny, colourful and gripping read” while Woman’s Own said it was “a lusty laugh-out-loud tale about adultery”.