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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.

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Grace, Anne-Marie, Kate, Jojo and Serena are as different as can be but 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...

Biographical Notes

Della Parker lives in a Dorset village with her two large hounds. Before becoming a writer she worked as a Customer Services Manager for a water company. Solving customer complaints is not a million miles away from solving plot problems, so Della thinks her former life was quite a good background for a writer. And of course there were the wonderful characters she met!

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  • Publication date: 02 Nov 2017
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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
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