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Allison Pearson is chief interviewer and columnist for The Daily Telegraph. A former columnist for the Daily Mail, before joining the Mail she worked on the London Evening Standard. She began her career with The Independent on Sunday, where she was a TV critic, winning Critic of the Year at the British Press Awards in ’93. Pearson has presented Channel 4′s J’Accuse; BBC Radio 4′s The Copysnatchers and appeared as a regular panellist on The Late Review, the predecessor to Newsnight Review.
Her novel I Don’t Know How She Does It has sold four million copies and has been made into a movie of the same name starring Sarah Jessica Parker. I Think I Love You, her second novel, was published in 2010.
In I Don’t Know How She Does It, Pearson’s heroine, Kate Reddy, hedge fund manager and mother of two can juggle nine different currencies in five different time zones and get herself and two children washed and dressed and out of the house in half an hour. A sequel, How Hard Can It Be? was published in 2018.
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