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Kate Kerrigan
Kate Kerrigan is an author living and working in Ireland. Her novels are Recipes for a Perfect Marriage which was shortlisted for Romantic Novel of the Year in 2008 and been translated into 20 languages, (it is published under the name Morag prunty in the U.S) The Miracle of Grace, which has been... show more
Kate Kerrigan is an author living and working in Ireland. Her novels are Recipes for a Perfect Marriage which was shortlisted for Romantic Novel of the Year in 2008 and been translated into 20 languages, (it is published under the name Morag prunty in the U.S) The Miracle of Grace, which has been adapted as a film script with funding from the Irish Film Board and Ellis Island, the first of a trilogy which was selected as a TV Book Club Summer Read in Britain and launched in the U.S. with Harper Collins in July 2011. Its sequel City of Hope and the final part Land of Dreams are all published in the U.K. with Land of Dreams due for release in the U.S. in October 2014.Her latest novel, The Lost Garden will be published in the U.K. in May 2014.Kate began her career as an editor and journalist, editing many of Britain's most successful young women's magazines under her birth name Morag Prunty before returning to her native Ireland in the 1990's. She writes a weekly column in the Irish Mail about her life in Killala, County Mayo - and contributes regularly to the RTE radio program Sunday Miscellany.www.katekerrigan.ieKate Kerrigan: what her peers say.This story is written with so much heart you can hear its beat and feel its pulse in every word on every page.Cecelia AhernRecipes for a Perfect Marriage is that most prized of things, a unique treatment of an old subject. Not only an extremely entertaining read, this wonderful novel is also chock fill of wisdom about all aspects of love and marriageCassandra KingThis is a wonderfully written and instantly engaging novel. But what's most impressive here is the wisdom about relationships. Recipes for a Perfect marriage should be required reading not only for those who are married or contemplating tying the knot, but for any person who longs to make any relationship work better.Elizabeth Berg
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It's a Mad Mad World
It's a Mad Mad World rated it 2 months ago
Set, like Maeve Binchy's early bestsellers, in late 1950s Ireland and New York, this is the story of three women and the charismatic man with whom their lives are interwoven.Patrick Murphy has charm to burn and a singing voice to die for. Many people will recognise his talent. Many women will love h...
Memories From Books on Booklikes
Memories From Books on Booklikes rated it 7 months ago
The Dress by Kate Kerrigan is a plot-driven book across two time periods. The book starts slow, with a lot of time spent on the initial setup and the first creation of the dress. Then, all of a sudden, everything seems to happen with the story delving into a lot of different topics. The "why" and "h...
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~*Krissys Bookshelf Reviews*~ rated it 8 months ago
Lily Fitzpatrick loves vintage clothes - made all the more precious because they were once owned and loved by another woman. Thousands follow her vintage fashion blog and her daily Instagram feed. But this passion for the beautiful clothes of the past is about to have unforeseen consequences, when L...
Thewanderingjew
Thewanderingjew rated it 12 months ago
Fall of Poppies: Stories Of Love And The Great War***I won this book from Library Thing as part of the Early Reviewers program. It is a book of short stories which take place during WWI. It covers the impact of Armistice Day, November 11, 1918, on the troops of and the families awaiting the return o...
Oh My Aslan
Oh My Aslan rated it 1 year ago
I received this book for free through the Reading Room’s giveaways. Like most short story collections, I liked some stories more than others. The Daughter of Belgium; I thought this was a solid first story. It wasn’t super romantic but it got me excited for the rest of the book. The Record Set...
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