Books by Louise Bagshawe

Oxford-educated Louise Bagshawe was the youngest ever contributor to the Tablet at the age of fourteen. Young Poet of the Year in 1989 and former President of the Oxford University Rock Society, she worked in the record business before leaving aged 23 to


GLAMOUR by Louise Bagshawe
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 1, 2009

"Mishmash of sex, fashion and boardroom drama that fails to sizzle."
Three gorgeous young women mix romance and retail. Read full book review >
SPARKLES by Louise Bagshawe
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 1, 2007

"Like an imperfectly cut, bargain-basement gemstone."
Bestselling U.K. author Bagshawe (The Devil You Know, 2003, etc.) visits the world of high-end jewelry in her latest tale of ambition, scandal and romance. Read full book review >
THE DEVIL YOU KNOW by Louise Bagshawe
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Nov. 1, 2003

"Formulaic glitz, generally lifeless."
A prince, a gypsy, a scandal, billions of dollars . . . and, oh, yeah, triplet sisters separated at birth. Read full book review >
FOR ALL THE WRONG REASONS by Louise Bagshawe
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 1, 2001

"Dated in tone, glitz galore—and innumerable plugs for luxury goodies."
A Manhattan spree from British author Bagshawe, last spotted (Triple Feature, 1997) in Hollywood having a lot more fun. Read full book review >
TRIPLE FEATURE by Louise Bagshawe
Released: April 1, 1997

"Smart and fun, with perhaps too much Brit label-dropping for an American audience, but distinguished by a shameless sensibility that blithely, repeatedly goes over-the-top."
Newcomer Bagshawe, 25, takes the Swell Trash baton from Judith Krantz with a dead-on Hollywood hit. Read full book review >