Untitled Kathleen Macmahon

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As Iseult stood with her empty champagne glass in her hand, casting around the room for someone to steady her, she had the feeling that she was sitting in a tiny boat in the middle of a huge ocean. All around her, people seemed to be talking perfectly normally. An outsider stepping into the room would never have guessed that it was a funeral. When Iseult O'Neill returns to Dublin for the funeral of her beloved Pa, a highly respected judge, she realises she has been away too long. For twenty years she moved from continent to continent with her successful television-journalist husband, Nick, and their son, Finn. But reunited with her glamorous American mother, Lolly, and her two brothers, she begins to suspect there's something her family are keeping from her; a conspiracy of silence surrounding something that happened in the past. As Iseult clears out Pa's belongings, she begins to piece together the truth. What Iseult learns will threaten the very heart of her marriage. And she must ask herself if you ever really know the people you love the most? But every family has its secrets ...From the No.1 bestselling author of This is How it Ends, comes this tender but powerful novel about passion, family, trust, sacrifice - and love.show more

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  • Electronic book text
  • Little, Brown Book Group
  • Hachette Digital
  • United Kingdom
  • 0748132201
  • 9780748132201

About Kathleen MacMahon

Kathleen MacMahon is a former radio and television journalist with Ireland's national broadcaster, RTE. The grand-daughter of the distinguished short story writer Mary Lavin, Kathleen lives in Dublin with her husband and twin daughters. This is How it Ends, her first novel, was a No.1 bestseller in Ireland for five consecutive weeks and spent nine weeks in the Top Ten bestseller list.show more