The hallmarks of good comedic writing are simple: bravery and truth. Marian Keyes has long dabbled in both. Underneath her sugary, ebullient prose there often lies a smidge of grit, a gimlet-eyed gambit that those who dismiss her writing as low-calorie froth often don’t quite catch.
Still, there’s been too much of a good thing of late, although it’s not necessarily Keyes’s fault. Her singular writing style – a beguiling mix of the...
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