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With All My Love

Paperback edition released 13/03/2014

by Patricia Scanlan

Relationship Stories Family Drama eBooks of the Month

LoveReading Expert Review of With All My Love

This sensitively portrays the rift between two families and how a vicious act can open up past hurts.  The book follows three generations as they begin to repair their relationships after a tragic loss.  Patricia Scanlan is particularly good at family disputes and slow healing and this is a fine example of her talent.

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With All My Love Synopsis

On a crystal clear Mediterranean day, Briony McAllister sits playing with her four-year-old daughter, Katie, while she waits for her mother, Valerie, to join them. Valerie has recently moved to a picturesque town in southern Spain to finally leave behind her turbulent past and find a peace that has always eluded her. Briony has no idea that in a few moments' time her relationship with her mother will change irrevocably. As Katie plays, Briony pulls from her bag an old photo album, found in a box in her mother's new home. As she begins to study the faded photos, a letter falls to the ground. It is addressed to her. My Darling Briony, it begins. As Briony reads the words with mounting shock, realisation dawns. Her mother lied to her about what happened with her beloved grandmother Tessa all those years ago - and denied Briony that most precious of relationships, the type of relationship Valerie now enjoys with Katie. The lives of three generations of women are set to change forever as the past is revisited and the truth unfolds through the undelivered letters Tessa wrote to Briony over the years.

About This Edition

ISBN: 9781471110788
Publication date: 13th March 2014
Author: Patricia Scanlan
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 528 pages
Primary Genre Family Drama
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ISBN: 9781471110788
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About Patricia Scanlan

Patricia Scanlan was born in Dublin, where she still lives. Some of her bestsellers include Apartment 3B; Finishing Touches; Foreign Affairs; Promises, Promises; Mirror, Mirror; City Girl; City Woman; City Lives; Francesca's Party; Two for Joy; Double Wedding; Divided Loyalties; Forgive and Forget; and Winter Blessings, a collection of quotes, blessings, poems, and reminiscences. Patricia is the series editor and a contributing author to the Open Door series. She also teaches creative writing to second-level students and is involved in adult literacy.

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