The fourth novel from India Knight is a hilarious, heartfelt exploration of women's relationship with their looks. What's a woman to do when she wakes up one morning and finds an enormous freak-wrinkle bisecting her forehead? When she walks past the buildings site and nothing happens? When she catches the eye of a nice young man and is rewarded with a kind, patient, for-granny smile? Clara Hutt, 46, feels herself to be in her absolute prime. She is chipper. Her sap is rising mightily, as it happens. But then her friend Gaby comes back from California and moves in with her. Gaby is no stranger to Los Angeles' more invasive cosmetic procedures. She may be pushing 50 but she looks 35. And Clara wonders: should she follow suit? A little Botox, a little filler, a little nip, a little tuck ...but where to stop? And is nostril-waxing ever a good idea? "Had me choking with laughter...Knight has pulled off a clever trick here. With humour and wit, she's addressed the serious subject of how to swallow the bitter pill of ageing not necessarily gracefully". ("Evening Standard"). Praise for India Knight: "Knight is brilliant on comic details and spot-on about relationships". ("The Times"). "Tender, tough, schmaltzy, witty and heart-warming all at once. Knight has a great comic touch". ("Metro"). "A superb ear for dialogue ...wonderfully comic". ("Evening Standard"). India Knight is the author of three previous novels: "My Life on a Plate", "Don't You Want Me" and "Comfort and Joy". Her non-fiction books include "The Shops", the bestselling diet book Neris and India's "Idiot-Proof Diet", the accompanying bestselling cookbook Neris and India's "Idiot-Proof Diet Cookbook" and "The Thrift Book". India is a columnist for the "Sunday Times" and lives in London with her three children.