Lucinda Riley was born in Ireland, and after an early career as an actress in film, theatre and television, wrote her first book aged twenty-four. Her books have been translated into over thirty languages and sold fifteen million copies worldwide. She is a Sunday Times and New York Times bestseller.Lucinda is currently writing The Seven Sisters series, which tells the story of adopted sisters and is based allegorically on the mythology of the famous star constellation. The first five books, The Seven Sisters, The Storm Sister, The Shadow Sister, The Pearl Sister and The Moon Sister have all been No.1 bestsellers across Europe, and the rights to a multi-season TV series have already been optioned by a Hollywood production company.
'Masterful storytelling and imaginative power are the trademarks of
Riley's novels and this 600-page epic delivers a full-throttle
escapist adventure with an extraordinary cast of unreliable
characters, a right royal mystery and surprises at every turn. An
intriguing change of direction from one of our best-loved authors .
. .' * Lancashire Evening Post *
Travel back to 90s London with this expose of dark secrets among the members of the English top drawer. Perfect summer escapism, with twists galore. * Best magazine *
'Sit back and enjoy all the action, adventure, romance, danger and controversy in what for me was an extraordinary and deeply satisfying read . . . without question Lucinda Riley is my favourite author' * Shaz's Book Blog *
There is plenty of action and edge of the seat moments that intensify the tension and suspense of this book. Romance, family secrets and drama make this a multi layered read to keep your interest throughout the book * Bookliterati *
Enticed by the synopsis, I found myself hooked from the very first chapter. The storytelling is compelling and the story gripping, leaving the reader eager to turn the page. As expected with the genre, The Love Letter delivers more than its fair share of twists and turns, and Lucinda Riley has skilfully woven little hints and clues into the narrative along the way for the curious reader to try to piece together the puzzle themselves. * Emma R - blog *