'Completing the Puzzle'; A Tale of Families, Love & Mid-life Crisis

Win a signed paperback copy of the latest book from Putney Author Amanda Egan


Registered members can enter the draw to win a signed copy. Simply send your answer to editor@putneysw15.com by noon
on 3rd July 2012.

Q: 'What were the titles of Amanda's first TWO books?'

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Putney author Amanda Egan, whose 'Mummy Misfit' books have featured on SW15.com in the past, has just released her third novel 'Completing the Puzzle' and we have a signed paperback copy for one lucky member to win.

While her first two books, published in diary format, took a humorous look at the chasm between the Haves and the Have-Nots and the types of self-obsessed mums you can find at the school gates the world over, 'Completing the Puzzle' is Amanda's first venture into the romance genre - although it retains elements of the humour which endeared readers to Mummy Misfit.

The story revolves around 'Feeble Fee' Crawford, middle aged and middle-of-the road, who has been drifting through life in a passionless marriage and is hurtling towards the menopause. Her twin boys are now near to leaving the nest and needing her less, but there is a part of her that still feels incomplete. Coping with her elderly dad, increasingly distant husband and flighty best friend, Cordelia, her life seems to be spiralling out of control. Then a chance meeting with a handsome vet turns her world upside down - but will he be the missing link to make everything fall into place?

'Completing the Puzzle is a tale of families, love and mid-life crisis and has already received 5-star reviews on Amazon Kindle store - it is also available at Lulu.com in paperback.

June 22, 2012