Hampstead Fever by Carol Cooper

Hampstead Fever FINAL EBOOK COVER.jpgHampstead Fever by Carol Cooper
 
(Contemporary fiction/women’s fiction)
 
It is high summer in London and trouble is brewing.
 
Chef Dan should be blissfully happy. He has the woman of his dreams and a job in a trendy Hampstead bistro. But his over-anxious partner, engrossed in their baby, has no time for him.
 
Stressed doctor Geoff finds solace in the arms of a mercurial actress. Journalist Harriet’s long-term relationship with Sanjay hits the buffers, leaving each of them with serious questions to answer. Meanwhile single mother of four Karen lacks the appetite for a suitable relationship.
 
Passion and panic rise in the heatwave, but who can spot the danger signs?
“Combines the observational wit of Nick Hornby, the emotional depths of Anna Maxted, and the complex cast of Armistead Maupin.” JJ Marsh, author.
 
“Cooper has an impressive way of evolving her characters and their perspectives until you feel you’re reading about your own friends.”  Sue Moorcroft, author.
 
“Fun and frolics, racy and pacy. The good doctor has done it again!” Matt Bendoris, The Sun.
 
“This is one fever everyone needs to catch.” Dr Pixie McKenna, doctor and TV presenter.
 
Amazon link to purchase  Hampstead Fever.)
About the author:
MSP_8587-Edit-2 crop.jpgCarol Cooper is a doctor, journalist, and novelist. She writes for The Sun newspaper and teaches medical students at Imperial College. After a string of non-fiction books and an award-winning medical text, she turned to fiction with her debut novel One Night at the Jacaranda. Her novels are all about Londoners looking for love, and they’re laced with inside medical knowledge.
twitter @DrCarolCooper
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