The Letter by Maria Duffy

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Ellie Duggan is getting married in seven weeks. But just before she sets off for a fun-filled New York hen party weekend, she finds a letter addressed to her sister Caroline.Dated only weeks before Caroline died in a tragic accident, it contains some startling information which forces Ellie to face some truths about herself, Caroline's death - and even her forthcoming marriage.Ellie has spent the three years since Caroline's death running from the truth. But as the weekend in New York comes to a close, she makes a drastic decision. As Ellie finally lays old ghosts to rest, she realises that the truth can set you free. But will she be willing to take the risk?
 

About Maria Duffy

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Born in Dublin, Maria Duffy knew from an early age that she loved writing, but it never occurred to her that she could pursue the craft as a career. Instead, she began working at a bank after completing a business course. Maria went on to have four children with husband Paddy and became a stay-at-home mum. She had never stopped writing and when her youngest started school, she decided to dust off the book she'd once started. When she began to write again she knew it was what she wanted to do for the rest of her life. Any Dream Will Do, her first novel, was published in 2011. After becoming a self-confessed Twitter addict, Maria also began writing a blog for Hello's online magazine entitled 'Stars in the Twitterverse'. To date she has interviewed Eamonn Holmes, Jedward, Keith Barry, Wonderland, Gino d'Acampo and many more. The Letter is Maria's third novel.
 
Published July 1, 2013 by Hachette Books Ireland. 368 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction