Changing the Subject
Out September 30th 2019: deal or no deal.
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Are Somali pirates the only people she can trust? Can she navigate herself to freedom?
Sashay, stride, and scuffle in great boots and brave hat choices, with Sue and her friends as they do battle with Big fat Pharmas, off-piste agents and the DNA lottery.
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Welcome to the first comic contemporary novel from Kate Abley. Sue, a nice lady from Chingford, was 18 in 1979. Now, thanks to an Alzheimer’s Drugs trial gone wrong, or right, she is 18 again. But she soon remembers that youth isn’t all plain sailing; she’s in the dating pool with her daughters, the political waters are stormy and the public-private octopus wants her mental capacity.
Out in Autumn 2020
Kate Abley welcomes you to another comedy science-fiction adventure about identity, change and frocks. An alternative present, and from the contaminated Capitol to moth-eaten Bengal, a truly multi-racial British Empire is rocked by revolution.
Queen Victoria’s imposter is still in the Tower. Will she be released? Then what? Who could Dipa be now? Her brother is in the disloyal opposition and asks if making change is changing him. Adi thinks a single self is overrated. Iris is a machine with more heart than some people. Liberty clings to justice but might lose her grip and Joshi would be happy with a suit that fits.