'Acutely observed and brilliantly funny' CLARE MACKINTOSH
'A triumph of a novel' BETH O'LEARY
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Things Stella and George have had blazing rows about:
- Misquoting Jurassic Park.
- Leaving a Coke can on the side of the bath.
- Fitting car seats for their hypothetical kids.
In other news, they're getting divorced.
But first, Stella's mum is throwing a murder mystery party and - with her dad losing his job, her mum's recent diagnosis, and some very odd behaviour from her sister - now is not the time to tell everyone.
All Stella and George have to do is make it through the day without their break-up being discovered - though it will soon turn out that having secrets runs in the family...
More praise for LIKE A HOUSE ON FIRE:
'Funny and sad and relateable and deeply human' HARRIET TYCE
'Part Fleabag, part Agatha Christie, Like A House On Fire is everything I love in a book...I was hooked from page one. Bravo, what a triumph!' JOSIE SILVER
'Sheer delight from start to finish' LESLEY KARA
'Painfully astute and brilliantly funny' BETH O'LEARY
'Witty, whip-smart and wincingly observant, pure entertainment from start to finish. A Caroline Hulse book is a reading highlight of my year' CATHY BRAMLEY
'Absolutely loved Like A House On Fire. A proper delight' RICHARD ROPER
'Hilarious and brilliant and clever in that way only Caroline knows how to be. So compelling, I couldn't put it down' LUCY VINE
'Caroline Hulse is a very funny writer and a wonderfully compassionate observer of human frailty' KATE EBERLEN
'Funny, moving and astute. A triumph!' NICOLA MOSTYN