Order of Catherine Alliott Books
Catherine Alliott is an English author of contemporary women’s fiction novels. She previously worked as an advertising copywriter in London, England. She now resides in Hertfordshire, England with her husband and their three children.
Catherine Alliott made her debut as a novelist in 1994 with the novel The Old-Girl Network. She followed it up the very same year with Going Too Far. Below is a list of Catherine Alliott’s books in order of when they were originally published:
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
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Catherine Alliott Synopsis: The Old-Girl Network is a standalone novel by Catherine Alliott, and her debut. Polly McLaren is dreamy, scatty and impossibly romantic. Polly is a secretary in an advertising agency, but the day a stranger on a train catches her eye, her life changes forever. This American Romeo, who’s recognised her old school scarf, begs Polly to help him find his missing Juliet. Over an intoxicating dinner at the Savoy, Polly agrees to play Cupid — St. Gertrude’s girls must, after all, stay together — and her investigations begin. The last thing she needs now is trouble from the men in her life… like Henry Lloyd Roberts — Polly’s madly attractive but infuriatingly elusive boyfriend. It’s he who talks her into becoming a detective — after all, it might give her something to do for a change. Not to mention distract her from his own lustful pursuits… and Nick Penhalligan — Polly’s rude, arrogant and ridiculously demanding boss, who’s not too happy that her mind is everywhere but on her job. But even he gets entangled when the old-girl network turns into a spider’s web of complications, deceit, and eventually, love.