Fay decides to have one last fling, one brief encounter, before she ties the knot for better for worse the following weekend. And the wedding itself will be just as unorthodox, for, in a bid to be modern and grown up, the bride and groom invite a potentially explosive mix of ex-boyfriends and girlfriends, as well as several irritating in-laws. Fay is determined to have a good time, but there's one person present who has other ideas ...Jane Moore's antennae are perfectly tuned to what men and women really think of each other in the noughties. THE EX-FILES is a bracing, witty look at contemporary relationships that will make you laugh and, possibly, make you think as well.
- Hardback | 288 pages
- 136 x 196 x 30mm | 421.85g
- 15 Jan 2003
- Orion Publishing Co
- Orion (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd )
- London, United Kingdom
About Jane Moore
Jane Moore is a columnist for the Sun and Hello! and also writes regular articles for the Sunday Times. She is the presenter of Crimewatch Daily on BBC TV and was the co-presenter of the acclaimed TV show, Loose Women. She lives in Battersea, south-west London.
SERIAL The Sun - 20th January (date tbc) MAGAZINES Woman's Own - Exes feature + reader offer - 17th February issueCosmopolitan - Feature written by Jane - April issueGood Housekeeping - Review - April issueCompany - Review - AprilissueGlamour - Review confirmed - April issueWoman and Home - ReviewOK magazine - Review confirmedHello - Books Feature - confirmed - interview on 20th DecemberGQ - ReviewJack - Review PRESS Daily Mirror - Books Interview - 19th JanThe Independent - My Greatest Mistake 14th JanuaryDaily Mail - What Book secured for publication 31st JanuarySunday magazine - Jane writing article for 19th Jan TV & RADIO ITV Today with Des & Mel - Booked for 5th FebruaryBBC The Morning Show - 13th FebCh5 The Wright Stuff - 31st JanR2 Steve Wright show - 22nd JanBBC LDN Robert Elms Show - 27th January (may cancel because of LBC)Bloomberg TVR4 Loose Ends - Saturday 1st February REVIEWS "THE SUN columnist and TV presenter Jane Moore's follow-up to 4play offers yet more wickedly saucy goings-on with Fay Parker, a heroine who's definitely all-woman, even if, when it comes to love, she behaves more like a man. Having enjoyed andthen cast aside a number of boyfiriends, Fay's been worried she'll never meet her match. Then she meets Mark - a caring, gook-looking guy who falls madlyin love with her and proposes. As their exes roll in for the wedding, trouble begins to brew. Moore's take of relationships is contemporary and complex leaving you with a distinctly bittersweet aftertaste. Just make sure you're ready for the steamy Candace Bushnell-style sex scenes and blistering one-liners