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The Reading Group

The laugh out loud read of the year - perfect to curl up with!

By Della Parker

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A laugh-out-loud tale of friendship, loyalty and love. Perfect for fans of Jo Thomas and Lucy Diamond.

'Brims with laughs, love, family and friendship. You will love this heartwarming read!' Trisha Ashley, Sunday Times bestselling author.

Meet the Reading Group: Grace, Anne-Marie, Kate, Jojo and Serena, as different as can be but who you can count on in good times and bad. No topic is off-limits: books, family, love and loss . . . and don't forget the glass of red! Each month they meet in Serena's beautiful cliff-top cottage to discuss a good book - and their lives, which are sometimes stranger than fiction! Between new loves and old flames, cheating husbands and wayward children, there's always a surprise around the corner...

A laugh-out-loud tale of friendship, loyalty and love. Perfect for fans of Jo Thomas and Lucy Diamond.

Biographical Notes

Della Parker lives in a Dorset village with her two large hounds. Under the name Della Galton, she has been published in every major UK women's magazine - including Bella, Candis, My Weekly, Take A Break,The Lady, Woman's Weeklyand Yours - and has sold more than 1,500 of her short stories to date!

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  • ISBN: 9781786489722
  • Publication date: 02 Nov 2017
  • Page count: 528
  • Imprint: Quercus
Brims with laughs, love, family and friendship. You will love this heartwarming read! — Trisha Ashley, Sunday Times bestselling author
Delightful . . . promises plenty of love, laughter and tears — Lancashire Evening Post
Della is always worth reading! — Norah McGrath, Woman's Weekly