Not Without You (Paperback)
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Absorbing storytelling at its very best. An intriguing and compelling read from the Sunday Times bestselling author. 'An elegant, fun page-turner' Red 'You'll race through the pages to find out what happens' Heat

If you don't learn from history ...You're destined to repeat it.

Sophie Sykes hasn't been called by her real name in years. Since she hit the big time, she's been LA movie star Sophie Leigh, forgetting all about her old life back in England. But in the process of leaving everything behind, she's lost something of herself, too.

Eve Noel didn't choose her own name. Ever since her Hollywood star rose in the 1950s, she was told what to wear, when to smile, who to love. Until one day, she simply vanished: no-one knew where she went, or why...

As Sophie's picture-perfect world begins to crumble, it seems her life might be linked to Eve's. As past and present collide, Sophie must unravel the mystery around Eve's disappearance to save them both - but is she already too late.

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN: 9780007350315
Number of pages: 464
Weight: 330 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 29 mm


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Praise for Not Without You:

'An elegant, fun page-turner' Red

'A fresh take on chick-lit... You'll race through the pages to find out what happens to them both' Heat

'A multi-faceted tale of fading fame and shifting fortunes' Grazia

'This cleverly constructed, dark tale [is] dripping with dark humour, gritty realism, with a little bit of romance thrown in too. An absorbing read' Star

'The shallow LA of today is wittily satirised, and the more glamorous age of the 50s brilliantly recalled' Sunday Mirror

Praise for Harriet Evans:

'Great writing and a wonderfully warm heart.' Jilly Cooper

'Comfort reading of the highest order' India Knight

'A sweeping novel you won't put down' Katie Fforde

'Unforgettable' Isabelle Broom

'A triumph' Sophie Kinsella

'Hooked right to the last page' Patricia Scanlan

'Atmospheric and altogether wonderful' Lesley Pearse

'I love it on so many levels, the immense feeling of place, the slow, irresistible sense of being drawn deep into the family and its story, and the strange hovering of menace. Wonderful' Penny Vincenzi

'Spellbinding' Independent

'Gripping' Irish Times

'Gorgeous' Stylist

'By turns painfully sad and heart-lifting, with characters that stay with you' Good Housekeeping

'Authentic and satisfying. An immersive mystery' Woman & Home

'A poignant tale' Woman

'A moving and witty story of love, friendship and self-discovery, this is a great read' Closer

'Evans' comic style and loveable characters make it effortlessly readable' Marie Claire

'Touching, engrossing and convincing... you'll want to devour it in one sitting' Telegraph

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“Intriguing, intense and immensely gripping...”

Movie star Sophie Leigh had a reasonably normal childhood growing up in Swindon in England, but you wouldn't be able to guess from her gorgeous mansion in the Hollywood hills, regular work-outs with a personal... More

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