'A fast-paced tale of sex, lies, and murder' Stylist on Mad
Once, serial killer Alvie Knightly was living the dream.
Unlimited cash. An Italian getaway. A hot new boyfriend...
How the mighty fall.
One year - and one very unfortunate incident - later, Alvie is homeless, surviving on meal deals, and counting her dwindling pennies.
It's time for one last hit, and if anyone can pull it off - in six inch heels - it's Alvie. But if she's to succeed in her mission to avenge her ex, win back her money and secure her future, she'll have to face her most terrifying enemy yet.
The sharp, smart and outrageously funny finale in the Alvie Knightly trilogy.
Praise for Mad and Bad:
'The must-have beach read this summer' Telegraph
'Sizzlingly glamorous' Guardian
'A fast-paced tale of sex, lies and murder' Stylist
'Like Gone Girl, if Amy Schumer had written it. SUCH fun' Bryony Gordon
Praise for Mad and Bad
The must-have beach read this summer
A fast-paced tale of sex, lies and murder . . . Sex and the City dialled up several notches
A summer read to make you hotter than the weather outside . . . you'd be mad not to find room for this in your case
One of the most compelling and hilarious characters we've come across in a long time. Warning: this brilliant and dark book is not for the faint-hearted
This caper has Alvina up to her neck in designer labels, hot sex and trouble . . . outrageous
I just read Mad in one go. I bloody LOVED it. Like Gone Girl, if Amy Schumer had written it. SUCH fun
Allergic to chick lit? Meet Alvie Knightly . . . Insane as its title promises
Chloé Esposito reveals why she chose an anti-heroine to be the lead character in her novel Bad: evil identical twin Alvina.