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Roseland : The beautiful, heartrending new novel from the much loved Richard and Judy Book Club champion by Judy Finnigan

9780751559514

Lose yourself in the Cornish countryside with this gorgeous new novel from the Richard and Judy Book Club champion. If you love Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier, you'll adore Roseland. 'Utterly captivating' ADELE PARKS'Amazing, the descriptions of Cornwall were so vivid' Reader Review (5 stars)'There's nothing not to love about this book' SUSAN LEWIS'A captivating read' Reader Review (5 stars)'Evocative, enthralling and full of human insight' CELIA WALDEN'I read it in one day, could not put it down' Reader Review (5 stars)'Gloriously gripping' LIZ FENWICK'This book has Rebecca written all over it' Reader Review (5 stars)'Brimming with secrets, scandal and surprises' MARIANNE CRONINThe summers spent at Roseland, the sprawling ancestral home of her best friend, Eloise, were among the happiest of Cathy's life. Tucked away on the Cornish coastline and brimming with history, Roseland seemed to belong to another century.

Cathy has barely been back since Eloise's death a decade ago. So she is shocked when Jack, the love of Eloise's life and father of her children, announces that he is getting married, and that the wedding will take place at Roseland.

As Cathy and Eloise's family gather at the house for the first time in years, long buried secrets and resentments come to the surface. Nobody likes Jack's new bride, but is she really the imposter everybody claims, or are they merely haunted by memories of Eloise? And how can Cathy look to the future, when the past refuses to let go?Utterly captivating and beautifully told, with echoes of du Maurier's Rebecca, this is the gorgeous new novel from the bestselling book-club champion.

PRAISE FOR JUDY FINNIGAN'Romantic and rain-lashed. . . a stirring and intriguing read' LOUISE CANDLISH'A haunting, pacy page-turner, with a real ghostly feel - a must read' FABULOUS MAGAZINE'Highly readable, incredibly moving' DOROTHY KOOMSON'A moving meditation of grief, family bonds, motherhood and female friendship' SUNDAY EXPRESS

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Binding: Hardback,
Pagination: 416 pages

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