THE BRAND NEW NOVEL FROM THE NUMBER ONE BESTSELLING AUTHOR
Pure escapism on every page, The Distant Shores tells the story of a family torn apart, and the woman who will bring them back together.
Margot Hart travels to Ireland to write a biography of the famous Deverill family. She knows she must speak to the current Lord Deverill - JP - if she is to uncover the secrets of the past. A notorious recluse, JP won't be an easy man to crack. But Margot is determined - and she is not a woman who is easily put off.
What she never expected was to form a close bond with JP and be drawn into his family disputes. Shouldering the blame for running up debts that forced him to sell the family castle, JP is isolated and vulnerable. With help from his handsome son Colm, it seems as though Margot might be the only one who can restore JP's fortunes.
Will the family ever succeed in healing rifts that have been centuries in the making?
|Publication date:||14th April 2022|
|Publisher:||Simon & Schuster Ltd|
|Primary Genre||Modern and Contemporary Fiction|
Closing date: 10/07/2022
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Santa Montefiore was born in England in 1970 to an Anglo-Argentine mother, and read Spanish and Italian at Exeter University. After a year teaching English on an Argentine estancia, she spent much of the nineties in Buenos Aires. She lives in London with her husband, the historian Simon Sebag Montefiore, and their children, Lily and Sasha. Photograph © Joyce RavidMore About Santa Montefiore