Narrated in turns by Susie, Alex and his mistress, Pippa, Separate Lives is a searingly honest and at times brutally funny novel about modern marriage.
Melissa Pimentel manages the translation rights for Separate Lives
Contact Nick Marston for more information
The audio rights are handled by Alice Lutyens.
Translation Rights Sold
I was utterly hooked from the first page. Fresh, intriguing and insightful, Kathryn Flett's compulsive, zeitgeisty plot and perfectly imperfect characters instantly captured me in their complicated web of love, life and relationships. More please! Claire Irvin
Seriously gripping book about what happens when the only thing keeping you together is a mortgage. Funny, sad and always sharp. Daisy Goodwin
I loved this book because, unusually for a lot of fiction, I had no idea where it was going to go. Separate lives is an adult book in the best way - full of complicated characters who behave like people you might actually know. I raced through it. Jojo Moyes
A book with surprises round every corner, witty, truthful and revealing. Kathryn Flett demonstrates how fine the line is between happiness and discontent and still manages to make you laugh...A book to devour in one greedy session, seriously hard to put down. Jenny Eclair
Flett's talent is to get under the skin of family life with all its loves, lives and losses...a moving, touching book. Lucy Cavendish
Funny,clever, and achingly honest; a wonderful insight into contemporary relationships. Sally Brampton
Funny, spiky, unforgivingly observant and full of fabulous middle-class lifestyle detail. Wendy Holden
The Daily Mail Full Review