Bibliography - Deborah Lawrenson



In addition to The Lantern, Songs of Blue and Gold and The Art of Falling, Deborah has written three previous novels: The Moonbathers and the newspaper satires, Hot Gossip and Idol Chatter, all published by Heinemann. She has also contributed to The Booklovers' Appreciation Society, a collection of short stories published by Orion.



Deborah Lawrenson - Bibliography


The Lantern by Deborah Lawrenson
The Lantern (US version)by Deborah Lawrenson
Songs of Blue and Gold by Deborah Lawrenson
The Art of Falling by Deborah Lawrenson
Collectors Edition of The Art of Falling by Deborah Lawrenson
The Booklovers' Appeciation Society
The Moonbathers by Deborah Lawrenson
The Moonbathers is a black comedy about a woman who always tries her best - until she realizes that good behaviour is getting her nowhere: her life is falling apart because she has never dared to be bad enough. "Sparky," according to Marie Claire magazine, with shades of Fay Weldon and Alice Hoffman.
Hot Gossip by Deborah Lawrenson
Hot Gossip is a friendly satire about the people who work on London's national newspaper gossip columns. It was Heinemann/Mandarin's lead title for August 1994, and Options magazine called it "Jolly cheeky and very funny" Inspired by Nigel Dempster and his team, it was written as entertainment rather than literature.
Idol Chatter by Deborah Lawrenson
Idol Chatter is the sequel to Hot Gossip, with the same characters involved in a light-hearted romp with the movie crowd and publicity-seekers at the Cannes Film Festival. "Witty and entertaining," said Woman's Journal.

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