Red Letter Day - Colette Caddle Reviews
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Newest Review: ... in a very public fashion by her lover's wife and as a result, Celine is ostracised by her neighbours and sister-in-law, ... more
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Colette Caddle Red Letter Day
Top - selling Irish author, Colette Caddle, moves to Pocket Books ...
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Colette Caddle Red Letter Day
Pages: 496, Paperback, Simon & Schuster Ltd
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Customer Red Letter Day - Colette Caddle Reviews (2)
by - written on 12/08/10 (Very useful, 57 readings)
Review of Red Letter Day, a novel by Colette Caddle. I am reviewing the paperback version of the novel. ISBN 978-0743468848, 320 pages, published in 2004 by Pocket Books, genre Modern Fiction, cover price £6.99. ==The Plot== Red Letter Day is set in Ireland and follows the life of a young trainee fashion designer, Celine Moore. Celine is tipped to be Ireland's hottest new designer. The story opens with Celine, her husband Dermot and her widowed father, Frank, attending an award ceremony, where Celine wins the coveted 'New Designer of The Year' award. A promising future beckons to the newly married ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/09/09, updated on 19/08/11 (Very useful, 147 readings)
Recently, I seem to have discovered a whole raft of female writers who produce extremely good fiction - Melissa Hill, Patricia Scanlan, Sheila O'Flanaghan to name but a few. Now I have another name to add to my list - Colette Caddle, the author of Red Letter Day which I have just finished reading and have enjoyed very much! Red Letter Day tells the story of Celine Moore, a once up and coming clothes designer, but since being widowed at an early age, she has given up her dreams and has been only existing rather than living! At the start of the story, we discover that she has been having an affair with a married man - just for a bit of company really - but the ... Read the complete review
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