Neither I, The Embarrassing Parent, nor my daughter The Gap Year Student, can live without Social Stereotypes. (Emma Soames
Victoria Mather and Sue Macartney-Snape are not so much observers, more collectors, pinning their victims like butterflies in a display cabinet. Their observations are made with the wit and humour necessary to survive in the circles they move in. Very enjoyable. (Michael Parkinson
In the book their fans have been waiting for, Victoria Mather and Sue Macartney-Snape introduce a new cast of characters, from Serena the Flirt and her current prey Roderick to Abigail the Terrible Flatmate, with her cabbage soup diet and greying bras draped across the bath.