Kathy Lette first achieved "success de scandale" as a teenager with the novel Puberty Blues. After several years as a newspaper columnist and television sitcom writer in America and Australia, she wrote the internationally-best selling Girls' Night Out, The Llama Parlour, Foetal Attraction, Mad Cows, Altar Ego ,Nip 'n' Tuck and Dead Sexy. Her novels have been published in fourteen languages all around the world. She lives in London with her husband and two children.

Book List in Order: 15 titles

  • Now an adult on "L" plates, Debbie and her girlfriends reveal what women talk about when there's no men around. Prepare yourself for full-frontal comedic camaraderie. After breaking-off with both her best friend and boyfriend Debbie runs away to t...


  • Tilly has the day from hell when she's sacked from her barristers' chambers in the morning, then finds her husband in bed with her former best friend in the afternoon. She escapes to her mother, Roxy—a sassy solicitor whose outrageous take on men, ...


  • All women want to kill their husbands some of the time. “Where there’s a will, I intend to be in it,” wives half-joke to each other. Marriage, it would appear, is a fun-packed frivolous hobby, only occasionally resulting in death. But when Jazz...



  • Meet Merlin. He's Lucy's bright, beautiful son -- who just happens to be autistic. Since Merlin's father left them in the lurch shortly after his diagnosis, Lucy has made Merlin the centre of her world. Struggling with the joys and tribulations of ra...


  • When Lucy''s husband of eighteen years runs out on her, she''ll do anything to win him back. Including climbing out of her bedroom window at one in the morning wearing her daughter''s mini skirt.Jasper has left Lucy for her best friend, the chic and ...


  • It's brains versus Botox Lizzie's life is so perfect she has to look down to see cloud nine . . . until she realizes she's about to hit the dreaded four-oh. For most women, turning forty is more dangerous than wearing a bikini thong in a big surf. No...


  • Why do men like intelligent women? Because opposites attract. That's what Shelly Green thinks when she meets Kit Kincaide...on their wedding day. Unwittingly entered by her students in a Desperate and Dateless reality show contest, Shelly, a Lond...


  • Bestselling author Kathy Lettes debut novel is available in Britain for the first time.Written twenty years ago, Puberty Blues is the bestselling account of growing up in the 1970s that took Australia by storm and spawned an eponymous cult movie. It ...






  • Lizzie's life seems pretty damn perfect, until she realizes she's about to hit the dreaded 4-0. Losing her job to a younger journalist is not the only ingrown pube in the bikini wax of Lizzie's life. Her surgeon husband, Hugo, unexpectedly falls for ...


  • Becky Steele has a black belt in tongue fu. She holds the Girl's Night Out record for the shortest amount of time between meeting a man and going to bed with him ( nine minutes). So why is she getting married? Sure, Julian's the right man, but has sh...


  • Every woman wants to be wanted…but just not by the entire Metropolitan police force.Maddy Wolfe''s first day out with her newborn takes a Kafkaesque turn when she''s wrongfully arrested in Harrods for shoplifting. The only person she can turn t...


  • Kat's in Hollywood to meet a man who's romantic. You know, the type who talks to you after sex. Nothing special, as long as he has pectorals, a Ph.D., a nice bum, a non-sexist attitude, can cook souffles and wants a loving relationship with bone-marr...


  • When Kat Kennedy, a straight-talker from Australia, wins a walk-on part in a cult Hollywood sitcom, she soon discovers the bizarre side of life there. Nude car washes, jacuzzi orgies, a drug addict heart-throb and a dead body are just a few of the th...


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    All women want to kill their husbands some of the time. “Where there’s a will, I intend to be in it,” wives half-joke to each other. Marriage, it would appear, is a fun-packed frivolous hobby, only occasionally resulting in death. But when Jazz...