French Secrets - Roisin McAuley Reviews
Description:ISBN 1847440843 / Author: Roisin McAuley / Publisher: Sphere / 288 pages / Released: 7 April 2011
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French Secrets In the bestselling tradition of Maeve Binchy, Rois ...
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FRENCH SECRETS by ROISIN McAULEY I often find that I enjoy novels by Irish writers and , when searching for some books to read in The Works I was attracted to this particular one when noticing the author's Irish name written in large print across the front cover. Also, underneath the title was printed a quote from The Belfast Telegraph saying, "The new Maeve Binchy" and as the late Maeve Binchy was one of my favourite authors, seeing this definitely drew me to the book. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Roisin McAuley was born in Northern Ireland. She lives in England and has done since the 1980s. McAuley wasn't a published author until she was ... Read the complete review
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