The Case of the Missing Boyfriend by Nick Alexander

The Case of the Missing Boyfriend

By Nick Alexander

  • Release Date: 2011-08-01
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
Score: 4
From 78 Ratings
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Thirty-nine year old CC is living the urban dream: a high-powered job in advertising, a beautiful flat, and a wild bunch of gay friends to spend the weekends with. And yet she feels like the Titanic - slowly, inexorably, and against all expectation, sinking.

The truth is, CC would rather be digging turnips on a remote farm than convincing the masses to buy a life-changing pair of double-zippered jeans - rather be snuggling at home with the Missing Boyfriend than playing star f*g-hag in London's latest coke-spots. But sightings of men without weird fetishes or secret wives are rarer than an original metaphor, and CC fears that pursuing the Good Life alone will just leave her feeling even more isolated.

Could her best friend's pop-psychology be right? Are the horrors of CC's past preventing her from moving on? And if CC finally does confront her demons, will she find the Missing Boyfriend? Or is it already too late?


  • Excellent

    By CurroSierra
    This book is the reality of life. Wonderful book.
  • A Good Holiday Read

    By CornishSal
    World-changing literature this isn't, but if you're looking for a unchallenging page-turner for your holiday read or traveling then give this a look. The characters are a bit 2-D and obvious at times, but the contemporary setting and light style was enough to keep me reading.
  • The Case of the Missing Boyfriend

    By Steppy0411
    This is straightforward chick-lit! If you want a great literary work, this isn't it but it is entertaining and a fun and absorbing read. Its a typical modern day tale in the 'Bridget Jones' genre - it has highs and lows and a few scrapes into the bargain. I love a book where I don't have to work too hard and this fitted the bill. A good holiday read.
  • Long and painful

    By Chimpmum
    This book pretends it isn't going to have the cliched happy ending but it does and it takes a long, boring time getting there. The protagonist (main character) is so indecisive and has so many problems that she is really annoying. We get this paralysis in real life; we don't need it in a book as well. We want escapism, not a magnifying glass over our issues. By the time it finished I didn't care if the woman got what she wanted or died because I just wanted to finish it.