Ally Bunbury is the best-selling author of The Inheritance and Infidelity. Following a flourishing PR career on New York's Fifth Avenue and London's St. Martin's Lane, Ally's novels are inspired by life experiences, which she writes about next to the Aga in her Irish kitchen.
"Jane Austen spiked with a dash of Made in Chelsea." The Irish Independent
"With it's epic cast and delightfully silly japes this novel is pure Jilly Cooper. I can't say better than that." The Sunday Independent
"The elite are up to their usual tricks, with sex, booze and back-stabbing aplenty." The Irish Times
"Pitched as The Devil Wears Prada meets Bridget Jones this sparkling debut novel embodies both." The Irish Independent
"This is a perfect indulgence read and is sure to win Ally many fans." Books Ireland
"Delicious escapism." The Irish Examiner
"A sweet romance amidst the fun and often mad media world." Irish Country Magazine
Ally talks about the inspiration behind the PR Queen Gilda Winterbottom and Scottish dream boat, George Wyndham, as she discusses her characters with Samantha Mumba and Martin King.
Ally discusses her latest book, Infidelity with Dave Fanning.
Inside Books is a fortnightly programme presented by Breda Brown. This episode first features Shane Hegarty, followed by Ally and Turtle Bunbury as they discuss relationships and writing.
The Inheritance opens in the London townhouse of Sofia Tamper, the spoilt Hollywood princess, whose mother/manager (momager) is hell-bent on generating positive publicity for her protegee. To this end, the venue is crammed with beautiful and influential people, none more so than George Wyndham, renowned art dealer and one of the country's most eligible bachelors. Also there is Irish-born Anna Rose whose brief (from her PR boss) is to rub shoulders with the right people ...