« Les dernières pages sont un véritable choc ! À tel point que le lecteur est immédiatement tenté de revenir au début pour comprendre comment l'auteure a réussi si brillamment ce qu'elle a entrepris avec cet exceptionnel premier roman ! » - The New York Times Mrs March vit oisive dans un appartement huppé de New York. Alors que George, son mari, atteint la consécration littéraire avec son dernier roman, l'existence de Mrs March se met à vaciller. Aurait-elle, comme on le dit, servi de modèle à l'un des personnages peu reluisant du livre de son mari ? Impossible, connaissant George. Mais le connaît-elle vraiment ? N'aurait-elle pas été aveuglée, toutes ces années, par son existence dorée ? Mrs March se met alors à enquêter sur la vie intime de l'homme qui partage sa vie. Et elle découvre que celui-ci se passionne pour l'étrange disparition d'une jeune femme. Simple travail de romancier ? Peu à peu, le doute s'installe, et ses soupçons la mènent bien au-delà de ce qu'elle pensait. Au-delà même de la raison ?
Avec ce portrait d'une femme dont le monde s'effondre, Virginia Feito nous offre un récit à la tension extrême. Un coup de maître, pour un premier roman, qui la place d'emblée en digne héritière de Patricia Highsmith. Les droits d'adaptation du livre ont été achetés par l'actrice Elisabeth Moss.
Cette satire féroce des États-Unis en proie à la folie, incroyablement drôle, raconte l'histoire d'un grand navire, la Gloire, et de son capitaine bruyant et grotesque qui le conduit au bord du désastre. La Gloire était habilement commandé depuis des années, mais lorsque son capitaine bien-aimé décide de prendre sa retraite, un nouveau chef se présente. Portant une plume jaune dans les cheveux, il est vulgaire, maladroit et inexplicablement confiant. N'ayant aucune connaissance de la navigation ou du droit maritime - ni même, comme il l'a fait remarquer à plusieurs reprises, un goût particulier pour les bateaux, il jure solennellement de prendre les choses en mains. Il commencer par licencier l'équipage et nomme ses amis aux postes importants.
Alors qu'il dirige le navire, il lui arrive parfois de tourner soudainement à gauche et à droite, pour surprendre les passagers et faire bouger les choses. Entouré de son groupe de petits voleurs et d'hommes de confiance, il fascine les passagers, écrivant ses opinions sur le tableau blanc de la cafétéria, se vantant de son anatomie exceptionnelle, dévorant des cheeseburgers et jetant par-dessus bord quiconque lui déplaît. Jusqu'au jour où apparaît à l'horizon un célèbre pirate, longtemps redouté par les passagers de la Gloire mais vénéré par le Capitaine pour son apparence incroyablement virile lorsqu'il monte torse-nu à cheval...
__________________________ The new novel from the bestselling author of The Pursuit of Happiness and The Moment Brendan has always lived a careful, constrained life. A salesman who never liked the work, he''s a man who has stayed in his marriage and his faith because it was what was expected of him. But now, having lost his job after corporate downsizing and on the cusp of sixty, he finds himself scrambling to somehow stay afloat in the only Los Angeles work on offer to a man his age - driving for Uber. When one of his rides, a retired professor named Elise, asks to be dropped off outside an abortion clinic where she now volunteers, Brendan finds himself literally driving right into the virulent epicentre of one of the major issues of our time, engulfing his life in the process. A novel of high suspense and considerable moral complexity, Afraid of the Light is a tough, affecting social thriller that speaks volumes about the corrosive divisions of our troubled times. __________________________ ''Kennedy is skilled at zigzag plotting, blending domestic twists with turns created by global affairs'' OBSERVER
LONGLISTED FOR THE WOMEN''S PRIZE 2022br>A REESE WITHERSPOON BOOK CLUB PICKbr>SHORTLISTED FOR THE COSTA NOVEL AWARD 2021br>br>A rich, magical new novel from the Booker-shortlisted author of 10 Minutes 38 Seconds in this Strange World - now a top ten Sunday Times bestsellerbr>br>It is 1974 on the island of Cyprus. Two teenagers, from opposite sides of a divided land, meet at a tavern in the city they both call home. The tavern is the only place that Kostas, who is Greek and Christian, and Defne, who is Turkish and Muslim, can meet, in secret, hidden beneath the blackened beams from which hang garlands of garlic, chilli peppers and wild herbs. This is where one can find the best food in town, the best music, the best wine. But there is something else to the place: it makes one forget, even if for just a few hours, the world outside and its immoderate sorrows.br>br>In the centre of the tavern, growing through a cavity in the roof, is a fig tree. This tree will witness their hushed, happy meetings, their silent, surreptitious departures; and the tree will be there when the war breaks out, when the capital is reduced to rubble, when the teenagers vanish and break apart.br>br>Decades later in north London, sixteen-year-old Ada Kazantzakis has never visited the island where her parents were born. Desperate for answers, she seeks to untangle years of secrets, separation and silence. The only connection she has to the land of her ancestors is a Ficus Carica growing in the back garden of their home.br>br>In The Island of Missing Trees, prizewinning author Elif Shafak brings us a rich, magical tale of belonging and identity, love and trauma, nature, and, finally, renewal.br>br>''What a wonderful read! This book moved me to tears... in the best way. Powerful and poignant'' Reese Witherspoonbr>br>''A brilliant novel -- one that rings with Shafak''s characteristic compassion for the overlooked and the under-loved, for those whom history has exiled, excluded or separated. I know it will move many readers around the world, as it moved me'' Robert Macfarlanebr>br>''A wonderfully transporting and magical novel that is, at the same time, revelatory about recent history and the natural world and quietly profound'' William Boydbr>br>''This is an enchanting, compassionate and wise novel and storytelling at its most sublime'' Polly Samsonbr>br>''A wise novel of love and grief, roots and branches, displacement and home, faith and belief. THE ISLAND OF MISSING TREES is balm for our bruised times'' David Mitchellbr>br>''An outstanding work of breathtaking beauty'' Lemn Sissaybr>br>''A writer of important, beautiful, painful, truthful novels'' Marian Keyesbr>br>''Lovely heartbreaker of a novel centered on dark secrets of civil wars & evils of extremism: Cyprus, star-crossed lovers, killed beloveds, damaged kids. Uprootings. (One narrator is a fig tree!)'' Margaret Atwood on Twitterbr>br>''Elif Shafak is a unique and powerful voice in world literature'' Ian McEwan>
A lush debut novel , Owens delivers her mystery wrapped in gorgeous, lyrical prose . It's clear she's from this place-the land of the southern coasts, but also the emotional terrain- you can feel it in the pages . A magnificent achievement, ambitious, credible and very timely
It's the early 1960s, and as the Civil Rights movement begins to reach segregated Tallahassee, the young, deeply principled Elwood Curtis takes the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to heart: he is «as good as anyone.» He is about to enroll in the local black college, but for a black boy in the Jim Crow South, one innocent mistake is enough to destroy the future.
From the internationally bestselling and prize-winning author of THE SONG OF ACHILLES and CIRCE , an enchanting short story that boldly reimagines the myth of Galatea.
''Mythology''s bold new voice'' i **A giftable hardback edition featuring a new foreword by Madeline Miller** In Ancient Greece, a skilled marble sculptor has been blessed by a goddess who has given his masterpiece - the most beautiful woman the town has ever seen - the gift of life. Now his wife, Galatea is expected to be obedience and humility personified, but it is not long before she learns to use her beauty as a form of manipulation.
In a desperate bid by her obsessive husband to keep her under control, she is locked away under the constant supervision of doctors and nurses. But with a daughter to rescue, she is determined to break free, whatever the cost...
_________________________ Praise for CIRCE ''A thrilling tour de force of imagination'' Mail on Sunday ''A bold and subversive retelling'' New York Times ''A novel to be gobbled greedily in one sitting'' Observer ''A remarkable achievement'' Sunday Times
An unputdownable story of murder, revenge and betrayal from international number one bestseller Jeffrey Archer.
THE CLOCK IS TICKING IN THIS ROLLERCOASTER RIDE OF A THRILLER...
In London , the Metropolitan Police set up a new Unsolved Murders Unit - a cold case squad - to catch the criminals nobody else can.
In Geneva , millionaire art collector Miles Faulkner - convicted of forgery and theft - was pronounced dead two months ago.So why is his unscrupulous lawyer still representing a dead client?
On a luxury liner en route to New York , the battle for power within a wealthy dynasty is about to turn to murder.
And at the heart of all three investigations are Detective Chief Inspector William Warwick , rising star of the Met, and ex-undercover operative Ross Hogan , brought in from the cold.
But can they catch the killers before it''s too late?
Praise for Jeffrey Archer:
''Probably the greatest storyteller of our age'' Mail on Sunday ''Peerless master of the page turner'' Daily Mail ''If there were a Nobel Prize for storytelling, Archer would win'' Daily Telegraph ''Archer is a master entertainer'' Time Jeffrey Archer''s previous novel Nothing Ventured was a No.1 Sunday Times bestseller w/c 28th March 2020.
B>b>When the worlds largest search engine/social media company, The Circle, merges with the planets dominant e-commerce site, it creates the richest and most dangerous--and, oddly enough, most beloved--monopoly ever known: The Every./b>/b>br>br>Delaney Wells is an unlikely new hire. A former forest ranger and unwavering tech skeptic, she charms her way into an entry-level job with one goal in mind: to take down the company from within. With her compatriot, the not-at-all-ambitious Wes Kavakian, they look for the companys weaknesses, hoping to free humanity from all-encompassing surveillance and the emoji-driven infantilization of the species. But does anyone want what Delaney is fighting to save? Does humanity truly want to be free?br> ;br> Studded with unforgettable characters and lacerating set-pieces,;The Every;blends satire and terror, while keeping the reader in breathless suspense about the fate of the company--and the human animal.br>;;
A scathingly funny, wildly erotic and fiercely imaginative story about food, sex and god from the Women''s Prize longlisted author of The Pisces A STYLIST, INDEPENDENT, THE WEEK AND RED HIGHLIGHT FOR 2021 ''Sexy and fun and a little weird ... This riot of carnal pleasure will make you laugh as well as gasp'' The Times ''A revelation ... Melissa Broder has produced one of the strangest and sexiest novels of the new year ... Exhilarating '' Entertainment Weekly ''A luscious, heartbreaking story of self-discovery through the relentless pursuit of desire. I couldn''t get enough of this devastating and extremely sexy book'' Carmen Maria Machado, author of Her Body and Other Parties Rachel is twenty-four, a lapsed Jew who has made calorie restriction her religion. By day, she maintains an illusion of control by way of obsessive food rituals. At night, she pedals nowhere on the elliptical machine.
Then Rachel meets Miriam, a young Orthodox Jewish woman intent upon feeding her. Rachel is suddenly and powerfully entranced by Miriam - by her sundaes and her body, her faith and her family - and as the two grow closer, Rachel embarks on a journey marked by mirrors, mysticism, mothers, milk, and honey.
Pairing superlative emotional insight with unabashed vivid fantasy, Melissa Broder tells a tale of appetites: of physical hunger, of sexual desire, of spiritual longing. Milk Fed is a tender and riotously funny meditation on love, certitude, and the question of what we are all being fed, from one of our major writers on the psyche - both sacred and profane.>
PRE-ORDER NOW Set in a historical moment of moral crisis, Crossroads - the first instalment of the trilogy A Key to All Mythologies - is the stunning foundation of a sweeping investigation of human mythologies, as the Hildebrandt family navigate the political and social crosscurrents of of the past fifty years A Daily Mail Most Anticipated Book of 2021 - A Guardian Most Anticipated Book of 2021 - A Times Most Ancipated Book of 2021 - A Glasgow Herald Most Anticipated Book of 2021 It''s December 23, 1971, and the Hildebrandt family is at a crossroads. The patriarch, Russ, the associate pastor of a suburban Chicago church, is poised to break free of a marriage he finds joyless - unless his brilliant and unstable wife, Marion, breaks free of it first. Their eldest child, Clem, is coming home from college afire with moral absolutism, having taken an action that will shatter his father. Clem''s sister, Becky, long the social queen of her high school class, has veered into the era''s counterculture, while their younger brother Perry, fed up with selling pot to support his drug habit, has firmly resolved to be a better person. Each of the Hildebrandts seeks a freedom that each of the others threatens to complicate. By turns comic and harrowing, a tour de force of interwoven perspectives and sustained suspense which is complete in itself, Crossroads is the first volume of a trilogy that will span three generations and trace the inner life of our culture through the present day. Jonathan Franzen''s gift for wedding depth and vividness of character with breadth of social vision has never been more dazzlingly evident.
Pre-order the spectacular and heartbreaking new novel from the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of All the Light We Cannot See .
Cloud Cuckoo Land follows three storylines: Anna and Omeir, on opposite sides of theformidablecity wallduring the 1453 siege of Constantinople;teenage idealist Seymour andgentleoctogenarian Zeno, in anattack on a public library in present day Idaho;and Konstance, on aninterstellar shipbound for a distant exoplanet, decades from now. A single copy of anancient text - the story of Aethon, who longs to be turned into a bird so that he can fly to the paradise of Cloud Cuckoo Land - provides solace, mystery and the most profound human connection to these five unforgettable characters. Like Marie-Laure and Werner in All the Light We Cannot See , Anna, Omeir, Zeno, Seymour and Konstance are dreamers and misfits,struggling to surviveand finding resourcefulnessand hopein the midst ofperil.
To open Nathan Harris''s first novel is to enter a trance. I can''t think of any other book out there quite like it. The richness of his language and the exquisite details of the lives he creates produce a kind of waking dream, equally lyrical and threatening>
Chilling and utterly compelling, The Fortune Men shines an essential light on a much-neglected period of our national life'' Sathnam Sanghera, author of Empirelandbr>br>Mahmood Mattan is a fixture in Cardiff''s Tiger Bay, 1952, which bustles with Somali and West Indian sailors, Maltese businessmen and Jewish families. He is a father, chancer, some-time petty thief. He is many things, in fact, but he is not a murderer.br>br>So when a shopkeeper is brutally killed and all eyes fall on him, Mahmood isn''t too worried. It is true that he has been getting into trouble more often since his Welsh wife Laura left him. But Mahmood is secure in his innocence in a country where, he thinks, justice is served.br>br>It is only in the run-up to the trial, as the prospect of freedom dwindles, that it will dawn on Mahmood that he is in a terrifying fight for his life - against conspiracy, prejudice and the inhumanity of the state. And, under the shadow of the hangman''s noose, he begins to realise that the truth may not be enough to save him.br>br>''A writer of great humanity and intelligence. Nadifa Mohamed deeply understands how lives are shaped both by the grand sweep of history and the intimate encounters of human beings'' Kamila Shamsie, author of Home Firebr>br>''A novel of tremendous power, compassion and subtlety, it feels unsettlingly timely'' Pankaj Mishra>
'' Sunshine in book form'' - Daily Mail ''A joyfully escapist celebration of friendship and freedom'' - Mail on Sunday ''Delightful, heartwarming . . . An especially welcome reminder of the bright spots even in dark times'' - NPR Paras is a spirited young racehorse living in a stable in the French countryside. That is until one afternoon when she pushes open the gate of her stall and, travelling through the night, arrives quite by chance in the dazzling streets of Paris. She soon meets a German shorthaired pointer named Frida, two irrepressible ducks and an opinionated crow, and life amongst the animals in the city''s lush green spaces is enjoyable for a time. But everything changes when Paras meets a human boy, etienne, and discovers a new, otherworldly part of Paris: the secluded, ivy-walled house where the boy and his nearly one-hundred-year-old great-grandmother live quietly and keep to themselves. As the cold weather of Christmas nears, the unlikeliest of friendships blooms between human and animals. But how long can a runaway horse live undiscovered in Paris? And how long can one boy keep her all to himself? Charming and beguiling in equal measure, Jane Smiley''s novel celebrates the intrinsic need for friendship, love and freedom, whoever you may be . . . From Jane Smiley, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of A Thousand Acres , The Strays of Paris is a captivating story of a group of extraordinary animals - and one little boy - whose lives cross paths in Paris.
B>b>NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER In this blockbuster novel from Danielle Steel, two estranged sisters get the chance to connect again and right the wrongs of the past./b>/b>br>br>Melissa Henderson is leading a quiet life. Once a bestselling author, she now pours all her energy into renovating a Victorian house nestled in the foothills of rural New England. Six years ago, she lost her young son to cancer, and her marriage dissolved. She stopped writing. It was only when she bought the old house that Melissa found a purpose, and came alive as she made it beautiful again.br>br>After a wildfire that threatens her home appears on the news, Melissa receives a call from her sister, Hattie. They were close once, but that was before Melissa withdrew from the world. Now Hattie, who became a nun at twenty-five, is determined to help Melissa turn a new page, even if it means reopening one of the most painful chapters of her life.br>br>At sixteen, a pregnant Melissa was sent to a gloomy convent in Ireland to have-- and give up--her baby, to spare the family shame. All these years later, Hattie feels compelled to embark on a journey that will change both their lives forever, and track down the child Melissa gave up.br>br>Finding Ashley is a masterpiece of contemporary drama and tells a gripping story of the strength of the human spirit to chase an impossible dream. It is the story of two strong, brave women turning wrenching loss into reconnection, and a family reunited after bringing dark secrets into the light.
The Sunday Times bestseller from the bestselling author of The Doll Factory , Elizabeth Macneal ''Glitters and gleams . . . utterly beguiling'' Daily Mail Set in a spectacular circus in the pleasure gardens of Victorian London, this is an addictive novel about power, fame, and a love that is threatened by a terrible secret. 1866 . In a coastal village in southern England, Nell lives set apart by her community because of the birthmarks that speckle her skin. But when Jasper Jupiter''s Circus of Wonders arrives in the village, Nell is kidnapped. Her father has sold her, promising Jasper Jupiter his very own leopard girl. It is the greatest betrayal of Nell''s life, but as her fame grows, and she finds friendship with the other performers and Jasper''s gentle brother, Toby, she begins to wonder if joining the show is the best thing that has ever happened to her. In London, newspapers describe Nell as the eighth wonder of the world. Figurines are cast in her image, and crowds rush to watch her soar through the air. But what happens when her fame eclipses Jasper''s own? And as she falls in love with Toby, can he detach himself from his past and the terrible secret that binds him to his brother?
B>Some novelists hold a mirror up to the world and some, like Haruki Murakami, use the mirror as a portal to a universe hidden beyond it. --The Wall Street Journal/b>br>b> /b>br>b>A mind-bending new collection of short stories from the internationally acclaimed Haruki Murakami./b>br>br>The eight stories in this new book are all told in the first person by a classic Murakami narrator. From memories of youth, meditations on music, and an ardent love of baseball, to dreamlike scenarios and invented jazz albums, together these stories challenge the boundaries between our minds and the exterior world. Occasionally, a narrator may or may not be Murakami himself. Is it memoir or fiction? The reader decides. br>br>Philosophical and mysterious, the stories in First Person Singular all touch beautifully on love and solitude, childhood and memory. . . all with a signature Murakami twist.
***PRE-ORDER NOW*** THE NEW NOVEL FROM THE INTERNATIONALLY BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF FOSTER , ANTARCTICA AND WALK THE BLUE FIELDS ''This is a tale of courage and compassion, of good sons and vulnerable young mothers. Absolutely beautiful.'' Douglas Stuart (Winner of the Booker Prize 2020) ''Marvellous-exact and icy and loving all at once.'' Sarah Moss ''A haunting, hopeful masterpiece.'' Sinead Gleeson It is 1985, in an Irish town. During the weeks leading up to Christmas, Bill Furlong, a coal and timber merchant, faces into his busiest season. As he does the rounds, he feels the past rising up to meet him - and encounters the complicit silences of a people controlled by the Church. The long-awaited new work from the author of Foster , Small Things Like These is an unforgettable story of hope, quiet heroism and tenderness. ''A single one of Keegan''s grounded, powerful sentences can contain volumes of social history. Every word is the right word in the right place, and the effect is resonant and deeply moving.'' Hilary Mantel ''Astonishing. Claire Keegan makes her moments real - and then she makes them matter.'' Colm Toibin ''A true gift of a book. a sublime Chekhovian shock.'' Andrew O''Hagan ''A moral tale that is unsentimental and deeply affecting, because true and right.'' David Hayden
B>#1 New York Times Bestsellerbr>An Amazon Best Book of 2020br>br>A thrilling and addictive new novel--a prequel to The Pillars of the Earth--set in England at the dawn of a new era: the Middle Agesbr>br>"Just as transporting as [The Pillars of the Earth] . . . A most welcome addition to the Kingsbridge series." --The Washington Post/b>br>br>It is 997 CE, the end of the Dark Ages. England is facing attacks from the Welsh in the west and the Vikings in the east. Those in power bend justice according to their will, regardless of ordinary people and often in conflict with the king. Without a clear rule of law, chaos reigns.br>br>In these turbulent times, three characters find their lives intertwined. A young boatbuilder''s life is turned upside down when the only home he''s ever known is raided by Vikings, forcing him and his family to move and start their lives anew in a small hamlet where he does not fit in. . . . A Norman noblewoman marries for love, following her husband across the sea to a new land, but the customs of her husband''s homeland are shockingly different, and as she begins to realize that everyone around her is engaged in a constant, brutal battle for power, it becomes clear that a single misstep could be catastrophic. . . . A monk dreams of transforming his humble abbey into a center of learning that will be admired throughout Europe. And each in turn comes into dangerous conflict with a clever and ruthless bishop who will do anything to increase his wealth and power.br>br>Thirty years ago, Ken Follett published his most popular novel, The Pillars of the Earth. Now, Follett''s masterful new prequel The Evening and the Morning takes us on an epic journey into a historical past rich with ambition and rivalry, death and birth, love and hate, that will end where The Pillars of the Earth begins.
Joyce Carol Oates is a novelist, critic, playwright, poet and author of short stories and one of America''s most respected literary figures. She has written some of the most enduring fiction of our time, including We Were the Mulvaneys and Blonde . She is the Roger S. Berlind Distinguished Professor of Humanities at Princeton University and a recipient of the National Book Award and the PEN/Malamud Award for Excellence in Short Fiction.
Sahota combines great writing with amazing storytelling ... his books are intelligent and beautifully written and very poised but also incredibly immersive, gripping and very moving . An epic in miniature, China Room is the kind of novel that reminds you why you fell in love with reading in the first place.>
B>The dramatic story of how a humble bookseller fought against incredible odds to bring one of the most important books of the 20th century to the world in this new novel from the author of The Girl in White Gloves./b>br> br> When bookish young American Sylvia Beach opens Shakespeare and Company on a quiet street in Paris in 1919, she has no idea that she and her new bookstore will change the course of literature itself.br> br> Shakespeare and Company is more than a bookstore and lending library: Many of the prominent writers of the Lost Generation, like Ernest Hemingway, consider it a second home. It''s where some of the most important literary friendships of the twentieth century are forged--none more so than the one between Irish writer James Joyce and Sylvia herself. When Joyce''s controversial novel Ulysses is banned, Beach takes a massive risk and publishes it under the auspices of Shakespeare and Company.br> br> But the success and notoriety of publishing the most infamous and influential book of the century comes with steep costs. The future of her beloved store itself is threatened when Ulysses'' success brings other publishers to woo Joyce away. Her most cherished relationships are put to the test as Paris is plunged deeper into the Depression and many expatriate friends return to America. As she faces painful personal and financial crises, Sylvia--a woman who has made it her mission to honor the life-changing impact of books--must decide what Shakespeare and Company truly means to her.
An unforgettable novel of mothers and daughters, wives and muses, secrets and outright lies ''Freud is a modern literary rarity: a born storyteller'' THE TIMES ''Such a powerful book'' RICHARD CURTIS ''Delivers an emotional punch that left me in tears'' RACHEL JOYCE ''Utterly compelling'' HANNAH ROTHSCHILD ''I couldn''t love it more'' POLLY SAMSON ''I loved this book'' AMANDA CRAIG ''Completely, inspiringly wonderful'' BARBARA TRAPIDO ''Breathtakingly beautiful'' JULIET NICOLSON AN EVENING STANDARD BOOK OF 2021 Rosaleen is still a teenager, in the early Sixties, when she meets the famous sculptor Felix Lichtman. Felix is dangerous, bohemian, everything she dreamed of in the cold nights at her Catholic boarding school. And at first their life together is glitteringly romantic - drinking in Soho, journeying to Marseilles. But it''s not long before Rosaleen finds herself fearfully, unexpectedly alone. Desperate, she seeks help from the only source she knows, the local priest, and is directed across the sea to Ireland on a journey that will seal her fate.
Kate lives in Nineties London, stumbling through her unhappy marriage. But something has begun to stir in her. Close to breaking point, she sets off on a journey of her own, not knowing what she hopes to find.
Aoife sits at her husband''s bedside as he lies dying, and tells him the story of their marriage. But there is a crucial part of the story missing and time is running out. Aoife needs to know: what became of Rosaleen?
Spanning three generations of women, I Couldn''t Love You More is an unforgettable novel about love, motherhood, secrets and betrayal - and how only the truth can set us free.