I hope I haven't given you anxious hours struggling with your 'pitch'. That's the last thing I want to do but, I admit, it isn't an easy thing to do in one shot. If you are despairing, try this instead: include a quote from your novel, something that gives a tantalising glimpse of its tone, enticing the reader in. So, if you decide the pitch is not for you, offer a quote but do one or the other, you don't need both.
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