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Women's Fiction

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Echoes of Grace by Caragh Bell
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Even in death, love survives…  Echoes of Grace is the fourth novel from Irish writer Caragh Bell. Just published with Poolbeg Press, it tells the story of ‘a young woman who, having...

A Miracle on Hope Street by Emma Heatherington
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Can a single act of kindness change a life forever? Ruth Ryans is a well established celebratory agony aunt. Her life is full of social events and glamour, with a...

Christmas at Liberty’s by Fiona Ford
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Even in wartime there is magic at Christmas  Christmas at Liberty’s is the first book in the new Liberty Girls series from Fiona Ford. Set around the iconic Carnaby Street department...

ROAR by Cecelia Ahern
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I am woman. Hear me roar. Have you ever imagined a different life? Have you ever stood at a crossroads, undecided? Have you ever had a moment when you wanted...

A Thousand Roads Home by Carmel Harrington
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‘Everyone has felt like an outsider at some point in their lives. This is the book that will make you feel you belong.’ A Thousand Roads Home is the latest novel...

The Rise and Fall of Becky Sharp by Sarra Manning
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The Rise and Fall of Becky Sharp ~ ‘A hilarious contemporary retelling of the classic society novel, VANITY FAIR, featuring the irrepressible Becky Sharp’. Sarra Manning is an author and...

The Book of Love by Fionnuala Kearney
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‘A story for everyone who has loved and lost.’ Fionnuala Kearney is a writer whose work I haven’t read before, but I can now quite categorically state that I am...

I Invited Her In by Adele Parks
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‘I INVITED HER IN… and she took everything…..’ I Invited Her In is the latest novel from best selling author Adele Parks. Published by HQ Stories, it is described as ‘a gripping...

The House Across the Street by Lesley Pearse
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‘A compelling, page-turning insight from Lesley Pearse into the secrets of domestic life in a suburban avenue in 1960.’ The House Across the Street takes the reader back to the 1960s....

Wilde About the Girl by Louise Pentland
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Wilde About the Girl is the sequel to Wilde Like Me from YouTuber and parenting/lifestyle/beauty blogger/vlogger, Louise Pentland. Just published by Bonnier Zaffre, Louise Pentland is described as ‘the fresh voice contemporary women’s fiction...