Maggie O'Farrell's bestselling novel about childhood fears, families and love
Maggie O'Farrell was born in Northern Ireland in 1972, and grew up in Wales and Scotland. She is the author of two novels, AFTER YOU'D GONE which won a Betty Trask award, and MY LOVER'S LOVER. She lives in London.
'Every bit as good, if not better, than her highly acclaimed previous novels. An intriguing plot, sympathetic characterisation and beautifully observed, sophisticated writing all make for a hugely satisfying read' -- Booksellers' Choice 20031219 'Maggie O'Farrell has written three novels, each of them a critical and commercial success' -- FT 20031219 'Ms O'Farrell's take on love, loss and grief is even more gripping than ER: The George Clooney Years' -- Heat 20031219 'A well paced read that slowly and tantalisingly unravels a web of mysteries, tragedies and intrigue, keeping you hooked' -- Eve 20031219 'Maggie O'Farrell brilliantly reveals how the past has an untidy habit of cluttering up the present in this compulsively readable tale of star-crossed lovers and secretive siblings' -- Elle 20031219