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5.0 out of 5 stars
A super glam soap opera of a book!, 27 Jun. 2006
I took Daddy's Girls on holiday because I thought it sounded fun and escapist and it didn't disappoint. It reminded me of those Eighties airport novels like Lace but brought bang up to date with glamorous locations, hip bars and restaurants and lots of designer labels.
But unlike lots of those sex and shopping novels this one has actually got a plot. It follows the story of four famous, glamorous sisters (think girls like Sienna Miller) who all have fabulous high profile careers but become suspects for murder when their father Lord Balcon is found dead after a family party. Who did it? You'll find out in the final chapter!
Set in the world of glossy women's magazines, interior design, politics and showbiz Daddy's Girls is a modern day bonkbuster full of eye watering sex and high-end glamour, with a couple of great 'will-they/won't-they' romances chucked in for good measure. If you like the sound of a written, modern day version of Dallas or Dynasty - set amongst the British big achievers - this is for you. Great fun.