Patricia Scanlan A Family Reunion

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Previously published as The Liberation of Brigid Dunne, the No.1 bestseller.

One explosive family reunion. A lifetime of secrets revealed.

Spanning generations and covering seismic shifts in the lives of women, A Family Reunion is a compelling, thought-provoking, important and highly emotional novel from a trailblazing author in women's fiction.

About the Author

Patricia Scanlan lives in Dublin. Her books, all number one bestsellers, have sold worldwide and been translated into many languages. Find out more by visiting Patricia's Facebook page at Facebook.com/PatriciaScanlanAuthor.

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'Bestselling writer Patricia Scanlan returns with a dramatic novel that tracks four feisty women as they prepare to meet up for a family reunion... Dramatic and twisty, this novel is a riveting read'
- OK!

'If you love Maeve Binchy, you MUST try Patricia Scanlan'
- Woman & Home

'Utterly magical and wonderful... warmth and compassion shine through'
- Marian Keyes

'Like being enfolded in a hug from the great writer herself: warm, comforting and full of love'
- Cathy Kelly

'There can be little doubt that Patricia Scanlan is the prolific queen of contemporary Irish popular fiction'
- Sunday Times

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