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Meet the women of Delaney Square:
Coco and Cassie haven't seen their mother since she walked out when they were five.
Cassie has spent her married life making sure everything is perfect for her husband and children. Although it's left her so exhausted that wine o'clock comes a little earlier each afternoon...
In her vintage dress shop, Coco is nursing a broken heart, determined not to get fooled again. Until a face from her past reappears...
And something is keeping their grandmother Pearl awake at night. Was she right to do what she did all those years ago...?
Between Sisters is the sparkling new novel about mothers and daughters from Sunday Times bestseller Cathy Kelly
Wise, warm, compassionate and full of characters I loved ... it's like having a great gossip with your best friends
This top-notch storyteller once again cuts to the quick of modern women's lives and their relationships - WOMAN & HOMEEntertaining, moving and as vivid as a screenplay - presents a picture of the lives of Irish women which, like all good fiction, brings the truth into sharp relief - IRISH INDEPENDENT
ISBN: 9781409153658 ISBN-10: 1409153657 Audience:
Number Of Pages: 320 Published: 25th October 2016 Publisher: Orion Publishing Co Country of Publication: GB Dimensions (cm): 19.7 x 13.0
Weight (kg): 0.3
Edition Number: 1
Novelist Cathy Kelly was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, brought up in Dublin and started her working life as a journalist in an Irish national newspaper. She worked as both a news and feature reporter, and worked as the paper’s film critic for five years, as well as being the agony aunt for seven years.
Her first book, Woman To Woman, was published in 1997 and was an instant bestseller, spending eight weeks at number one on the Irish bestseller charts. Her subsequent novels have been number ones all around the world and are published in many different languages.
She’s just finished her eleventh novel, Once in a Lifetime, which was published in 2009. Cathy lives in Wicklow in Ireland with her partner, John, and their twin sons, Murray and Dylan.
In 2005, she was appointed as a UNICEF Ireland Ambassador. She’s since visited Mozambique and Rwanda as part of her work with UNICEF. Global Parenting – caring for children orphaned or affected by HIV/AIDS – is the main focus of her work with UNICEF.
In her novel, ‘Past Secrets’, Cathy highlighted the issue of HIV/AIDS and UNICEF’s work on the issue by including the following in the book’s afterword:
‘Every minutes of every day, a child under the age of 15 dies of an AIDS –related illness. If this book took you four days to read, 5,760 children will have died from AIDS during this time. Please support UNICEF’s ‘Unite For Children, Unite Against AIDS’ campaign. You can help UNICEF help millions of children who are missing their childhoods because of HIV/AIDS.’