Legend Press

Legend Press
Legend Press is an independent publishing company set-up in 2005 and has been shortlisted for numerous awards. Backed by an international sales, licensing and acquisitions network, it now publishes around 30 titles per year focused on literary, women's, historical and crime fiction.
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    Through ten decades and across three continents, The Ash Museum is an intergenerational story of loss, migration and the search for somewhere to feel at home.1944. The Battle of Kohima. James Ash dies leaving behind two families: his ‘wife’ Josmi and two children, Jay and Molly, and his parents and sister in England who know nothing about his Indian family.2012. Emmie is raising her own daughter, Jasmine, in a world she wants to be very different from the racist England of her childhood. Her father, Jay, doesn’t even have a photograph of the mother he lost and still refuses to discuss his life in India. Emmie finds comfort in the local museum — a treasure trove of another family’s stories and artefacts.Little does Emmie know that with each generation, her own story holds secrets and fascinations that she could only dream of.'In her luminous fourth novel, Rebecca Smith has managed to distil ten decades of a fractured family history into a resonant and tightly woven structure that takes us on an extraordinary journey. It is a memory bank of treasures and as much a moving story about the legacy of Colonialism as it is a reflection on contemporary life and values. Her wonderful perspectives and closely observed (and often, very funny) details about those lives, past and present, are a triumph.' Christie Hickman, Books Editor, S Magazine'A beautifully written, multi-generational tale full of poignant themes, vibrant setting packed with observation and characters you will want to be friends with.' Ella Dove, novelist and Commissioning Editor at Good Housekeeping, Prima and Red magazines'What a fabulous new novel from a brilliant writer. Spinning through time and space, The Ash Museum is another country, filled with lively, emotional set-pieces, turned like physical memories from one generation to another. Endlessly exciting in its filmic, short, sharp scenes, grippingly narrative in its interwoven tales of loss and identity and home, Rebecca Smith’s book demonstrates, yet again, her gift for vivid humour and deep empathy, all stirred up in her trademark scintillating prose.' Philip Hoare, winner of the 2009 Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-fiction'A timely and acutely observed novel about family and the circle of life. Touching, universal and utterly relatable, as we all search for our own view just like Jay did.' Carmel Harrington, author of My Pear-Shaped Life, A Thousand Roads Home
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    Seventeen-year-old schoolboy Kim is an idle drifter at one of Britain's most extraordinary institutions, Eton College — crammed with over a thousand boys and not a girl in sight. His head is full of the Falklands War and a possible army career, until the day he hears his new piano teacher, the beautiful but pained India, playing Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier. Kim's life is destined never to be the same again. An intensely passionate affair develops and he wallows in the wild and unaccustomed thrill of first love. Twenty-five years on, Kim recalls that heady summer and how their fledgling relationship was so brutally snuffed out — finished off by his enemies, by the constraints of Eton, and by his own withering jealousy. “The Well-Tempered Clavier” is the bittersweet story of a life-changing love.
  • Legend Presstilføjede en bog til boghyldenLegend Pressfor 19 dage siden
    Part of the Legend Classics seriesIf I loved you less, I might be able to talk about it more.Meet Emma Woodhouse: handsome, clever, and rich.Our dear protagonist, a victim to the hubris of youth, takes delight from meddling in the romantic affairs of others, but soon these playful escapades unravel and ensnare her — until, inevitably, she is but a helpless player trapped in her own game.Here, in her fourth novel, Jane Austen applies her caustic wit to ideas of decorum, marriage, gender, and social status.The Legend Classics series:Around the World in Eighty DaysThe Adventures of Huckleberry FinnThe Importance of Being EarnestAlice's Adventures in WonderlandThe MetamorphosisThe Railway ChildrenThe Hound of the BaskervillesFrankensteinWuthering HeightsThree Men in a BoatThe Time MachineLittle WomenAnne of Green GablesThe Jungle BookThe Yellow Wallpaper and Other StoriesDraculaA Study in ScarletLeaves of GrassThe Secret GardenThe War of the WorldsA Christmas CarolStrange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr HydeHeart of DarknessThe Scarlet LetterThis Side of ParadiseOliver TwistThe Picture of Dorian GrayTreasure IslandThe Turn of the ScrewThe Adventures of Tom SawyerEmmaThe TrialA Selection of Short Stories by Edgar Allen PoeGrimm Fairy Tales
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    One of the most famous ghost stories in literature, The Turn of the Screw earned its place in the annals of influential English novellas not for its qualities as a gothic ghost story, but rather for the many complex and subtle ways the reader can come to opposing conclusions as to tale’s very nature. Are the ghosts the governess sees real, or are they figments of her quiet insanity?
    The Turn of the Screw was originally published as a serial, and later went through many revisions by James himself. Though there aren’t any overt suggestion that James intended his novella to be anything but a simple ghost story, the ambiguity in the narrative has captured the imagination of generations of readers and critics.
  • Legend Presstilføjede en bog til boghyldenLegend Pressfor 2 måneder siden
    'I very much enjoyed this moving and absorbing book. In her compassionate depiction of one man’s struggle to live with the aftermath of trauma and loss, Maria Goodin weaves together a compelling cast of characters, drawing the reader into Jay’s quest to seek the forgiveness of others — and be able to forgive himself.' Fiona Valpy, best-selling author of The Dressmaker's Gift and The Beekeeper's Promise.Jay Lewis is a troubled soul. A single father, just trying to keep everything together, he knows he sabotages any real chance of happiness.Tormented by nightmares and flashbacks, he can’t forget the events from one fateful night that steered the course of the rest of his life. Struggling against the crushing weight of guilt, Jay knows there are wrongs he needs to put right. Determined to get closure, he seeks out old friends and a past love. But in his quest for a more peaceful future, is he ready to face the trauma of his past?Praise for Nutmeg:'A delicious confection. A tender fable about love and the power of the imagination to both sustain and heal us' Laura Harrington'A beautifully quirky gem of a novel' Laissez Faire'…a heartwarming story about love and the reasons why it's sometimes easier and kinder to tell lies rather than the truth… simply enchanting' Bookish Magpie'[A] quirky and touching tale' Woman's Weekly
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    'A completely engrossing read! I found Ann's writing compelling, elegant and convincing, and the story pulled me in and totally transported me.' Katherine Webb, best-selling author of The Legacy and The DisappearanceFollowing a violent outburst at an awards ceremony, Vidor Kiraly, a prize-winning neuroscientist and Cambridge don, is sent to an isolated psychiatric clinic in the Swiss Alps. When the clinic’s director, Anton Gessen, tries in vain to unearth the missing pieces of Vidor’s life, he suspects his reluctant patient is not who he appears to be. After one of the patients at the clinic goes missing, Gessen has reason to doubt Vidor’s self-proclaimed innocence. But what is he hiding, and who might be next?
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    The Picture of Dorian Gray was first published as a serial in Lippencott’s Monthly Magazine, and the publishers thought it would so offend readers that they removed nearly 500 words without Wilde’s approval. Wilde soon expanded it and republished it as a novel, including a short preface justifying his art. Even though his contemporaries considered it so offensive that some argued for his prosecution, Dorian Gray today survives as a classic philosophical novel that explores themes of aestheticism and double lives. Couched in Wilde’s trademark cutting wit, Dorian Gray is still being adapted today, with Dorian and his smoldering portrait remaining cultural touchstones.
  • Legend Presstilføjede en bog til boghyldenLegend Pressfor 3 måneder siden
    ‘I thoroughly enjoyed reading this gripping and intriguing mystery… Not only is the story full of deep secrets and provocative characters but it also captures the many compelling and diverse facets of Hong Kong in the narrative. This captivating and dynamic book is a must for anyone who enjoys a stormy atmospheric ride set in a city rich in culture and intrigue.’ Jules Hannaford, author of Fool Me Twice, Podcaster of Hong Kong ConfidentialOne small island, six troubled lives, and the storm of the century is on its way.In one of the world’s most vibrant international cities, present day Hong Kong, the lives of six people become irreversibly intertwined. The past is catching up with those running from it, while the futures of others hangs dangerously in the balance. But who knows the most? And what will they do to keep it that way?
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    THE INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER'Authentic… diverting debut' The Daily MailA clever, sophisticated, psychological crime thriller with dark twists you won’t see comingPerfect for fans of Gillian Flynn, S.J. Watson, B A Paris and Sophie HannahThey came for me, just like I knew they would. Luke had been dead for just three days.Rose Wilks' life is shattered when her newborn baby Joel is admitted to intensive care. Emma Hatcher has all that Rose lacks. Beauty. A loving husband. A healthy son. Until tragedy strikes and Rose is the only suspect.Now, having spent nearly five years in prison in Ipswich, Rose is just weeks away from freedom. Her probation officer Cate must decide whether Rose is remorseful for her crime, or whether she remains a threat to society. As Cate is drawn in, she begins to doubt her own judgement.Where is the line between love and obsession, can justice be served and, if so… by what means?New Edition includes exclusive material and author Q&AREVIEWS'Dark, disturbing and authentic' CWA Judging Panel
    'Ruth Dugdall's novels are intelligent and gripping, with a sophisticated psychological sensibility. She is a huge talent.' Sophie Hannah'A chilling tale of betrayal and obsession… keeps its secrets well' Publishers Weekly'Well-plotted… The author understands how to build suspense and create atmosphere' Kirkus'Tense, taut, almost claustrophobic… full of emotion and suspense' The Bookbag'A young British crime-writer who uses her career in the Probation Service to stunning effect… gripping and powerful' Mike Ripley, Shotsmag'An absolute tour de force that left me thinking for days.' Alex Marwood
  • Legend Presstilføjede en bog til boghyldenLegend Pressfor 5 måneder siden
    'Remarkable first novel… vividly written, almost painterly'The New York Times Book ReviewOn her first day at a new school, Lily befriends one of the daughters of infamous painter Evan Trentham. He and his wife are trying to escape the conservatism of 1930s Australia by inviting other like-minded artists to live at their home. Lily becomes infatuated with this wild, bohemian lifestyle and longs to truly be a part of the family.But as the years pass, Lily observes the way the lives of these artists come to reflect their art. Yet it's not Evan, but his own daughters, who pay the price for his radicalism. Almost 30 years later, Lily contemplates the ordinary path her own life took, how she has played it safe, but does freedom come at a cost?Shortlisted for the HWA Debut Crown 2017Winner of the Stella Prize 2015Winner of the Tina Kane Emergent Writers AwardUniversity of Canberra 'Book of the Year' 2016Longlisted for the Dublin IMPAC Literary AwardShortlisted for the Victorian Premier's Literary Award for an Unpublished ManuscriptShortlised for the Dobbie Literary AwardShortlisted for the Indie Book Award for Debut FictionShortlisted for the NSW Premier's Prize for New WritingShortlisted for an Amazon Rising Star AwardWalter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction ‘Academy Recommends’ ReadWhat Reviewers and Readers Say:'…full of lush, mesmerizing detail' -- The New Yorker'Emily Bitto writes so well about art, childhood, infatuation, loneliness--you name it. The Strays is a knowing novel, and beautifully done.' — Meg Wolitzer, author of The Interestings'…an immensely pleasurable read.' -- Bookseller + Publisher'Emily Bitto has written a very stylish and enjoyable debut novel.' -- The Sunday Mail'…a marvellously accomplished and assured debut… Rich in atmosphere and beautifully observed.' — Caroline Baum, Booktopia
  • Legend Presstilføjede en bog til boghyldenLegend Pressfor 5 måneder siden
    Living during the Coronavirus Pandemic: Poems, artwork and reflections by children and adults, is a melting pot of poems, artwork and reflections that radiate hope, compassion, resilience and positivity created by authors of all ages and backgrounds with two things in common: a wonderful talent and a profound desire to find a way to give something back to the NHS in return for their hard work and dedication during the Coronavirus pandemic. Completing this charity project has been a labour of love and dedication for five volunteers, an honour and a pleasure, and each piece has been treated with the utmost respect. We hope this book moves you, makes you feel deeply and is treasured. Generations to come will be able to travel back in time for an insight into what life was like during the Coronavirus lockdown for children and grown-ups.

    It is a piece of history in your hands. 100% of proceeds from this product will be donated to NHS Charities Together (registered charity no. 1186569). The estimated minimum donation per product sold is £7.50.
    Legend Presstilføjede en bog til boghyldenLegend Pressfor 6 måneder siden
    'Breathtaking and moving' Awais Khan'Authentic and tender' Carmel HarringtonForgetting your past is one thing, but living with your present is entirely different.Twenty years ago, Helen is forced to give up her newborn baby, Lily. Now living alone in her small flat, there is a knock at the door and her bee, her Lily, is standing in front of her.Reuniting means the world to them both, but Lily has questions. Lots of them. Questions that Helen is unwilling to answer. In turn Helen watches helplessly as her headstrong daughter launches from relationship to relationship, from kind Andrew, the father of her daughter, to violent Kingsley who fathers her son.When it’s clear her grandbees are in danger, tangled up in her daughter’s damaging relationship, Helen must find the courage to step in, confronting the fears that haunt her the most.Told in Helen’s quirky voice Helen and the Grandbees addresses matters of identity, race and mental illness.'Breathtaking and moving, Helen and the Grandbees is a novel that bravely explores themes of familial discord, race and love in modern Britain. It is a book that immediately gripped me, compelling me to keep turning the pages well into the night. Morrall writes with confidence, poise, and a sense of humour to match. At times heartbreaking and heartwarming, this is a novel readers won't soon forget. A riveting debut.' Awais Khan, author of In the Company of Strangers'Alex can write; she has a way, a bit like playwright Mike Leigh, of zooming into the tiniest, seemingly mundane physical details of a situation, and in so doing, conveying the complexity, circularity and pattern of relationship and emotion. There is a humanity and a realism about her writing that Is far from commonplace despite the fact that when you read about the people and situations in her storytelling, they are instantly recognisable. Helen and the Grandbees is unbearably sad but because Alex manages the seemingly impossible feat of introducing hope right from the start it is possible to read and read on, with curiosity and enjoyment.' Dr Kairen Cullen, Writer and Psychologist'Authentic and tender. This utterly moving novel has created an unforgettable heroine in Helen. I held my breath as her troubled life unfolded and wanted only the best for her and her grandbees. This gorgeous book is not just an exploration of identity, race and mental health, but also one about family love, sacrifice and bravery. I loved it.' Carmel Harrington, International Bestselling Author'What an honor and privilege it has been to read Helen and the Grandbees. I enjoyed it immensely. Every single character was memorable and felt completely genuine. Alex Morrall is a hugely talented author, with a gift for drawing characters of vastly different ages and from various backgrounds and social classes… This is the type of novel that will stick with me for a long time.' Mary Rowen, author of Leaving the Beach
  • Legend Presstilføjede en bog til boghyldenLegend Pressfor 7 måneder siden
    ‘The writing is glorious, beautiful… the handling of the subject matter is so tender, so sensitive, so utterly well done. This book is just what the world needs right now. No one could read it and not learn something, not let their mind and heart open up just a little bit more. I adored it.’ Louise Beech‘Uniquely structured, Cassandra Parkin's Soldier Boy is a masterclass in interior storytelling that keeps you glued to the page.’ Ana Johns, Internationally Bestselling author of The Woman in the White KimonoUnder the shadow of trauma, Liam has been discharged from the army. As night terrors torment him and he struggles to keep his anger intact, he finds himself in his car, his daughter Alannah asleep in the back, while his wife Emma has gone AWOL. With no idea where to go for shelter, his only goal is to hold onto his daughter at all costs. But Alannah is on a journey of her own.As the consequences of Alannah’s choices unfold, nothing will ever be the same again.Soldier Boy is gripping story about secrets, fear, longing, lies and the power of being true to yourself, even when the price is higher than you could have imagined.
  • Legend Presstilføjede en bog til boghyldenLegend Pressfor 8 måneder siden
    ‘A truly brilliant debut’ Emily Mazzara, Books Ireland‘With sentences that you will want to cut out and keep, this is an intelligent, exquisitely crafted debut’ Fiona Mitchell‘Original and shattering’ Marianne LeeAs a sleepy town in rural Ireland starts to wake, a road subsides, trapping an early-morning bus and five passengers inside. Rescue teams struggle and as two are eventually saved, the bus falls deeper into the hole.Under the watchful eyes of the media, the lives of three people are teetering on the edge. And for those on the outside, from Nina, the reporter covering the story, to rescue liaison, Tim, and Richie, the driver pulled from the wreckage, each are made to look at themselves under the glare of the spotlight.When their world crumbles beneath their feet, they are forced to choose between what they cling to and what they must let go of.REVIEWS‘A beautiful exploration into trauma and the changes it can bring… A truly brilliant debut.’ Emily Mazzara, Books Ireland‘Gráinne Murphy’s storytelling is of wonderful quality in this tale that deals with grief, religion, relationships and our sense of belonging in the world. In Where the Edge Is, Murphy weaves the protagonists’ stories together with skill and tenderness, while creating an unsettling tension as to the fate of an unlucky few. A highly recommended debut.’ Juliet Conlin, author of Sisters of Berlin‘Grainne Murphy’s thoughtful, engrossing novel is a meditation on grief, identity and belonging. In her skilful hands, the diverse characters’ heart-breaking stories of loss and hope are woven around an underground nightmare in which the clock never stops ticking. A brilliant debut.’ Carolyn Kirby, author of The Conviction of Cora Burns‘There may be great sadness contained within the pages of this lyrical, poignant novel, but there is humour too… With sentences that you will want to cut out and keep, this is an intelligent, exquisitely crafted debut.’ Fiona Mitchell, author of The Swap and The Maid’s Room‘Poignant, thought-provoking and accomplished, Where the Edge Is reminded me that we are all human and we are all heroes. I loved it.’ Carol Mason, bestselling author of After You Left‘A dauntingly impressive first novel— a nuanced examination of raw private grief and public distress… Grainne Murphy is an observant and subtle writer whose prose is informed throughout with a hard-won authority.’ Paul Bailey, author of At the Jerusalem‘A powerful novel about survival, about still being there when others have gone and the terrible emotional toll that takes. The beautiful intimacy with which we get to know these characters and their inner workings contrasts with the bureaucratic process of responding to a crisis, so we end up somehow enthralled and horrified as the story unfolds in front of us.’ Dan Mooney, author of Me, Myself and Me and The Great Unexpected‘Gráinne Murphy’s understanding of the fragility, and strength, of what holds us together and tears us apart — love, family, irredeemable loss — is profound, her insights original and shattering.’ Marianne Lee, author of A Quiet Tide
  • Legend Presstilføjede en bog til boghyldenLegend Pressfor 8 måneder siden
    'An extraordinary story of the bond between a mother and her son. Four-year-old Danny's voice is utterly convincing, heartbreaking and ultimately full of love and hope,' Catherine Hall
    Four-year-old Danny lives with his mother, Natalie, in a small Sussex town. Life is a struggle and when they are threatened with a benefits sanction, salvation appears in the form of a Job Centre employee called Karen. But Karen's impact is to reach far beyond this one generous gesture, as she and Natalie embark on an intense relationship.Told in the voice of an intelligent, passionate and unusual child, Tale of a Tooth is an immersive and compelling look at the impact of domestic abuse on a vulnerable family unit.
    What Reviewers and Readers Said:
    'Allie Rogers strikes gold again A book about issues that isn't issue-led, and a book about childhood that isn't mawkish and emotional — Allie Rogers has, in Tale of a Tooth, created a tale that's original, powerful and long lasting. Danny's voice is readable, memorable, and may have just changed my mind about child narrators' The Book Bag
    'It was a challenging read in terms of exploring the often taboo issue of domestic violence between women, which makes this a hugely important novel. Exploring a narrative which is too often kept private, but nevertheless, desperately needs to be told, Allie Rogers is unflinching in her descriptions of bullying and brutality which can be found within relationships. For this, she deserves to be congratulated.' Jess Richards
    'Via a unique, compelling, utterly original voice and characters I loved from page one, Tale of a Tooth tells a critical, timely, heart-breaking story of a little boy and his mother navigating the hard parts of life with grace and wisdom and, most importantly, each other.' Laurie Frankel
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    Part of the Smart Skills Series
    Meetings offers all you need to know to get the most out of meetings — from setting meetings up, leading them, to how to make the most out of them once the meeting is over. A must for any employee, manager, freelancer of business owner. The book offers proven, practical advice on: setting objectives and creating practical agendas; deciding who should attend and when and where; effective chairing and effective participation — the communications skills necessary — listening, observing, questioning and getting your points across; dealing with problems; follow up after the meeting to prompt suitable action.
  • Legend Presstilføjede en bog til boghyldenLegend Pressfor 9 måneder siden
    «In 1887, a young Arthur Conan Doyle published ‘A Study in Scarlet,’ thus creating an international icon in the quick-witted sleuth Sherlock Holmes. In this, the first Holmes mystery, the detective introduces himself to Dr. John H. Watson with the puzzling line ‘You have been in Afghanistan, I perceive.’ And so begins Watson’s, and the world’s, fascination with this enigmatic character.» Doyle presents two equally perplexing mysteries for Holmes to solve—one a murder that takes place in the shadowy outskirts of London, in a locked room where the haunting word Rache is written upon the wall, the other a kidnapping set in the American West. Quickly picking up the «scarlet thread of murder running through the colourless skein of life,» Holmes does not fail at finding the truth—and making literary history.
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    In the current challenging work and business environment, the importance of each negotiation is paramount. This short guide will provide you with the basics that you need to know, not just for the negotiation itself, but for the set-up, preparation and after the negotiation has been completed. The guide is a summary of the Anthony Jacks’ full Negotiations book, which offers all you need to know to get the most out of negotiations whether with existing and new clients or negotiating one-off or long term projects. A must for any employee, manager, freelancer or business owner.
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    'Tense, dark and so real as to be almost unbearable, this novel is utterly compelling.' Rosamund Lupton, international bestselling author of Sister and Three Hours'Wayne weaves a book that is at once engrossing and an exploration of what it means to be a woman, a moral person, a parent, and a neighbour.' Rowan Hisayo Buchanan, author of Starling Days and Harmless Like You'To Dare is a vivid, poignant, and compelling read; Jemma Wayne skilfully weaves her narrative threads tighter and tighter as the story moves towards its nerve-jangling conclusion. I loved it — I couldn't put it down!' Saskia Sarginson'A five star novel by one of our best writers. I was gripped.' Louis de Bernières, author of the international bestseller Captain Corelli's MandolinVeronica and her wealthy husband George are unpacking boxes, hoping a fresh start in their newly refurbished Victorian terrace will help them heal from a recent trauma. Next door, Simone returns to her neglected council flat. Miserable and trapped, she struggles to take care of her children under the watch of her controlling husband Terry. When childhood friend Sarah re-enters Veronica’s life, things are thrown even further off balance. As tensions in their own lives rise, the painful memory that binds them threatens to spill into their present.Three lives collide in this story of family, inequality and revenge.'To Dare is a superior thriller, unflinching in its examination of class prejudice and in its portrayal of grief. Wayne writes beautifully with scarcely a word wasted. The characters are real and relatable and watching them all go through Wayne's devious wringer is irresistibly entertaining. The final suspenseful chapters had my heart pounding as Wayne's expertly drip-fed plot begins to congeal like spilt blood. I still can't shake the image of the shocking conclusion from my mind.' A.S. Hatch'Jemma owes me a night’s sleep! What a transfixing book. The tension spirals out of control and you have no idea how it will end… It’s clever and well written and I can see how Jemma has been shortlisted for so many prizes.' Hilary Boyd, author of Thursdays in the Park and The Lie'To Dare is not only a skilful and intimate dissection of the power struggles that exist between female friends in any era, but also a daring exploration of our class divides, and of the most terrifying issues hidden behind closed doors… To Dare is a rare example of fiction that is equally literary and commercial.' Ophelia Field, author of The Favourite'Exquisitely written with a fine eye for detail and characterisation. A poignant portrayal of friendship and strangers who have more — and yet less — in common than first meets the eye.' Jane Corry, author of My Husband's Wife and Blood Sisters'In an exploration of very different lives and backgrounds, To Dare is a novel with exquisitely drawn characters and multi-layered prose. Secrets weigh heavily in this beautifully written novel, and they’ll sit with you long after you finish.' Rachael BlokPraise for Jemma WayneLONGLISTED FOR THE BAILEYS WOMEN'S PRIZE FOR FICTIONSHORTLISTED FOR THE WAVERTON GOOD READ AWARDLONGLISTED FOR THE GUARDIAN NOT THE BOOKER PRIZE'Intriguing, moving, absorbing… a great read.' The Times'Frank, poignant and bitter-sweet.' Edwina Currie
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