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‘Utterly addictive’ GLAMOUR

If home is where the heart is, what happens when yours is torn in two?

Big Stone Gap is a sleepy village where people can go their whole lives without leaving. It’s been the home of Ave Maria and her family for generations, but with her daughter now married and living in Italy, Ave realises it’s time to go in search of a new dream. Yet before her journey can begin, her life is turned upside down.

As a lifelong friendship falls apart and an unexpected health crisis threatens her family, Ave Maria’s world is shaken. And when a mysterious stranger comes to town and reveals a long-buried secret, she realises that in order to move forward with her life, first she must face up to the past . . .

The fourth in the bestselling and much-loved BIG STONE GAP series from the bestselling author of The Shoemaker's Wife, a Richard and Judy Book Club pick

Praise for the BIG STONE GAP series:

'Hilarious and romantic. I couldn’t put it down’ SARAH JESSICA PARKER
'One of my all-time favourite novels' WHOOPI GOLDBERG
‘If you love curling up with charming tales of small towns and quirky characters, switch off with this’ COSMOPOLITAN

 

©Tim Stevenson 2008

Adriana Trigiani grew up in Big Stone Gap, Virginia, and now lives in New York City with her husband and daughter. In addition to being the author of Big Stone Gap, Big Cherry Holler, Milk Glass Moon and Lucia, Lucia, Adriana is an award-winning playwright, television writer, and documentary filmmaker. Lucia, Lucia was nominated for Richard and Judy's 'Best Read', 2004. She has written the screen adaptation of her novel Big Stone Gap, which she will also direct.

Praise for Adriana Trigiani

'One of the reigning queens of women's fiction' USA Today

'A comedy writer with a heart of gold' New York Times

'Trigiani is a master of palpable and visual detail' Washington Post

'Exquisite writing and a story enriched by the power of abiding love' USA Today

'Full of romance, drama and snappy dialogue' People

'Eminently readable and richly imagined' Publisher's Weekly

'Trigiani is a seemingly effortless storyteller' Boston Globe

 

 

 

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