A Mother's Secret

The heartbreaking, unforgettable new novel from Irish novelist Caroline Finnerty for 2022

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Pub Date 08 Feb 2022 | Archive Date 08 Feb 2022

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A gripping, emotional book that asks the question: What does it take to be a parent?
Brand new from the bestselling author of The Last Days of Us
In one split second, Aidan Whelan’s perfect world is changed forever when his wife Rowan and three-year old daughter Milly are involved in tragic accident.
Helena O’Herlihy and her husband James have been struggling in their marriage but a knock on the door telling her that James has been involved in a car crash, has Helena rushing to his side.
When Aidan and Helena bump into each other at Dublin City Hospital, they soon begin to wonder if it’s more than just coincidence that brought them there. Why were Rowan and James in the car together on that fateful morning?
Through their pain and tears, they form a bond as they try to piece together what really did happen on the morning of the crash.
As the lies begin to unravel and secrets are uncovered, can Aidan save what’s left of his family and Helena her marriage?


Praise for Caroline Finnerty:

'A book that will break your heart and then piece it slowly back together.' Sinead Moriarty

'Touching and poignant, this book took me on an emotional ride. A gripping and absorbing read.' Leah Mercer

'A story that will stay with you long after the last page. Beautiful!' Brooke Harris
A gripping, emotional book that asks the question: What does it take to be a parent?
Brand new from the bestselling author of The Last Days of Us
In one split second, Aidan Whelan’s perfect world is...

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