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Sue Welfare was born on the edge of the Fens and is perfectly placed to write about the vagaries of life in East Anglia. In between raising a family, singing in a choir, walking the dog, working in the garden, taking endless photos and cooking, Sue is also a scriptwriter, originating and developing a soap opera for BBC radio, along with a pantomime for the town in which she lives. Sue Welfare had written extensively under own name, appearing frequently on the Times bestseller lists, and writing both as Kate Lawson and Gemma Fox Sue has had 8 novels published. Writing as Gemma Fox, Kate was short-listed for the Melissa Nathan Comedy Romance Award in 2006.
For more information on Sue and her alter egos go to www.katelawson.co.uk.
Fame and fortune can't hide the secrets of her past! When fading soap star, Helen Redford, goes back to her old home town to make a TV show about her glittering career she catches a glimpse of the might-have-beens that drove her to leave in the first place. Ex boy friends, old scores to settle, friendships gone sour, chances not taken,and secrets about Helen's family that have haunted her since she was a little girl. Will Helen be able to put her past to rest?
Sibling rivalries explode with dramatic and sometimes hilarious consequences as two sisters attempt to organise a surprise 40th anniversary party for their parents. A wonderfully voyeuristic read with incredibly well observed writing. A wondrous tale about the joys of family and how sparse our lives would be without them! A perfect read for fans of Carole Matthews and Kathy Lette.
Debut crime thriller from the award-winning Sunday Times bestselling author and TV dramatist. On a cold, dark February morning, Chris and Leah Hills stop for coffee at an isolated service station a stone's throw from the Welsh Borders. While Leah heads inside, Chris locks the car and goes in to order their drinks. Minutes pass. Chris waits and waits, but Leah doesn't come back. When Sergeant Mel Daley and her boss, Detective Inspector Harry Baker, arrive to begin a search for the missing woman, their investigation calls everything into question. Is she alive? Did she leave the service station with someone else? Did Leah ever even leave Norfolk? While her husband becomes more frantic, the pair begin to unravel a tangle of dark secrets from the past. Perfect for fans of Robert Galbraith and Paula Hawkins' The Girl on the Train. Readers can't get enough of Losing Leah: 'A cleverly written novel, and oh so tense' 'Lots of twists and turns, kept me guessing, love it!' 'Gripping, well written and the characters are fascinating' 'Will leave you guessing right until the end' Read reader reviews from NetGalley.co.uk