Mouths of Babes

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"Thoroughly in tune with today`s attitudes, feelings and language"-The Times "The clever money should be on Duffy when the crime-writing Oscars are dished out"-Daily Telegraph Saz Martin is settling into motherhood with her partner Molly and their baby daughter Matilda. Saz has vowed not to take on any more private investigator cases, wanting nothing to threaten the peaceful life they have built together. But when her former school friend Will Gallagher -" the now famous TV presenter -" comes calling...

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Duffy was born in London in 1963 but grew up on the shores of New Zealand with her parents and seven siblings. Her family moved there and always lived according to Catholic laws and traditions. Nothing boded that soon young Stella would rebel and lead a new wave of British writers, declaring herself in novels dedicated to the baseness of human impulses, sex and the cruel realities of the modern world. Bibliography Stella Duffy allows herself to different genres and directions. She wrote not only 3 world famous novels, but also numerous short stories, theatrical and radio plays. Initially, she wrote a column for The Guardian, where her caustic, outspoken style and desire to discuss any topic at the most inopportune moment were already manifested. Duffy has also worked for Radio Four, the BBC, creating an image of her vulgar yet daring commentator. Duffy`s first book - the detective story "Calendar Girl" - instantly brought the writer the image of a confident, talented, extraordinary woman [2]. Duffy`s books are about the relationship between man and woman, woman and woman, man and man. There are no boundaries, no limits of decency. All human urges and sins are clothed in the form of general availability, prevalence and naturalness. In addition to numerous articles for newspapers and magazines, plays and radio projects, Duffy wrote 5 detective novels - Calendar Girl (1994), Wavewalker (1996), Beneath the Blonde (1997), Fresh Flesh (1999), Mouth of Babes (2005) and 5 love novels, 3 of which gained immense fame in Russia - Singling Out the Couples (1998), Eating Cake (1999), Immaculate Conceit (2000), State of Happiness (2004) [3]. Singling Out the Couples. Duffy`s first serious novel, dedicated to the history of the wild life of Princess Kushla. The book is saturated with sensuality, vicious thoughts and frank scenes. The writer does not hesitate to present the facts unveiled, she presents many thoughts through the prism of a person`s sexual needs. On the very first pages, you plunge into the atmosphere of a different life, simpler in terms of the absence of the need to restrain yourself and put on the mask of the guardian of public order. Nevertheless, on the pages of "Fairy Tales" we are faced with numerous problems, vital questions, actual dilemmas and unpleasant situations in which any mortal can find himself. In 2005, Duffy and her friend, playwright Shelley Silas, registered their long relationship (as you know, same-sex marriage was recently allowed in the UK). They live together in London. [1] Duffy’s acting skills are not the same: some say that her writing talent is not comparable to her average quality acting, someone calls her a great comic actress. Returning from Zealand to London, Duffy entered drama school. After graduation, she tried herself on the stage and in the theater, she got the greatest pleasure from participating in the improvisational troupe "Spontaneous Explosion". Later, in the course of the next theatrical project "Game of Life", she toured the UK, USA and Australia. After visiting Moscow several times, Duffy admitted that Russia is an ideal place for the film adaptation of her book. It is planned to shoot a film based on the book "Fairy Tales for Couples" in one of the Russian cities.

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Duffy was born in London in 1963 but grew up on the shores of New Zealand with her parents and seven siblings. Her family moved there and always lived according to Catholic laws and traditions. Nothing boded that soon young Stella would rebel and lead a new wave of British writers, declaring herself in novels dedicated to the baseness of human impulses, sex and the cruel realities of the modern world. Bibliography Stella Duffy allows herself to different genres and directions. She wrote not only 3 world famous novels, but also numerous short stories, theatrical and radio plays. Initially, she wrote a column for The Guardian, where her caustic, outspoken style and desire to discuss any topic at the most inopportune moment were already manifested. Duffy has also worked for Radio Four, the BBC, creating an image of her vulgar yet daring commentator. Duffy`s first book - the detective story "Calendar Girl" - instantly brought the writer the image of a confident, talented, extraordinary woman [2]. Duffy`s books are about the relationship between man and woman, woman and woman, man and man. There are no boundaries, no limits of decency. All human urges and sins are clothed in the form of general availability, prevalence and naturalness. In addition to numerous articles for newspapers and magazines, plays and radio projects, Duffy wrote 5 detective novels - Calendar Girl (1994), Wavewalker (1996), Beneath the Blonde (1997), Fresh Flesh (1999), Mouth of Babes (2005) and 5 love novels, 3 of which gained immense fame in Russia - Singling Out the Couples (1998), Eating Cake (1999), Immaculate Conceit (2000), State of Happiness (2004) [3]. Singling Out the Couples. Duffy`s first serious novel, dedicated to the history of the wild life of Princess Kushla. The book is saturated with sensuality, vicious thoughts and frank scenes. The writer does not hesitate to present the facts unveiled, she presents many thoughts through the prism of a person`s sexual needs. On the very first pages, you plunge into the atmosphere of a different life, simpler in terms of the absence of the need to restrain yourself and put on the mask of the guardian of public order. Nevertheless, on the pages of "Fairy Tales" we are faced with numerous problems, vital questions, actual dilemmas and unpleasant situations in which any mortal can find himself. In 2005, Duffy and her friend, playwright Shelley Silas, registered their long relationship (as you know, same-sex marriage was recently allowed in the UK). They live together in London. [1] Duffy’s acting skills are not the same: some say that her writing talent is not comparable to her average quality acting, someone calls her a great comic actress. Returning from Zealand to London, Duffy entered drama school. After graduation, she tried herself on the stage and in the theater, she got the greatest pleasure from participating in the improvisational troupe "Spontaneous Explosion". Later, in the course of the next theatrical project "Game of Life", she toured the UK, USA and Australia. After visiting Moscow several times, Duffy admitted that Russia is an ideal place for the film adaptation of her book. It is planned to shoot a film based on the book "Fairy Tales for Couples" in one of the Russian cities.