The sharp and gutsy debut novel from the bestselling author of Bridget Jones's Diary.The sharp and gutsy debut novel from the bestselling author of Bridget Jones's Diary.Disillusioned by her glitzy life in London and her desirable but cruel TV-presenter boyfriend, Rosie Richardson chucks it all in and spends four years running a refugee camp in Africa. Then famine strikes in a nearby province and an influx of starving refugees threatens to overwhelm the camp. Frustrated by the cautious response of the aid agencies, Rosie decides on a drastic short-term solution. She returns to London, breaks back into the celebrity circuit and brings the celebs out to Africa for a star-studded TV emergency appeal.'A champion first novel . . . what makes it such a pleasure to read is its variety of tone: flip, flirtatious, serious, mocking and moving . . . get hold of a copy of this book' Observer'A terrific achievement . . . The camp scenes are as moving and funny as the original M*A*S*H; she sends up the self-important "mediacracy" with an insider's wit, and it's written at a romping pace with a cliff-hanger finish' Cosmopolitan'Sharp, gutsy and refreshing' Independent'Thoughtful, ironic and completely gripping' Harry Enfield'A brilliantly funny satire' Time Out
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