Books by Morag Prunty

Morag Prunty was born in Scotland in 1964 to Irish parents. She moved to Ireland in 1990 to re-launch Irish Tatler. Her non-fiction includes the best-selling handbook for teenage girls, Boys (London, Picadilly Press, 1993). Her first novel is Dancing with


RECIPES FOR A PERFECT MARRIAGE by Morag Prunty
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 2, 2006

"Grandmother Bernadine is impossible not to love, but the book itself is a blatant marketing retread that lives up to neither Sex and the City nor Bridget Jones."
Slightly overweight Irish 30-something with a glamorous job and her own apartment in Manhattan learns the secrets of success in marriage, along with traditional recipes from her Irish grandmother. Read full book review >
WILD CATS AND COLLEENS by Morag Prunty
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Nov. 1, 2001

"Aimed at a wider audience than her first (Boys! A User's Guide: a handbook for teenage girls), this debut will doubtless find it. Will Hollywood tone it down?"
An exuberantly absurd and intermittently amusing farce about three women looking for love and money in pop-culture-saturated contemporary Ireland, first fiction that makes Bridget Jones's Diary seem as subtle and mannered as a Jane Austen novel. Read full book review >