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Paperback 352 Pages / Published: 15/08/2013
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Niamh Greene's new novel Coco's Secret is a deeply moving reinvention story that will be enjoyed by fans of the modern day fairytales of Cecelia Ahern. Throw in Niamh's unique brand of heart-warming storytelling and readers are in for a real treat. Coco Swan has always been embarrassed by her name. With a name like Coco, she thinks people expect her to be as exotic and glamorous as the famous designer, not an ordinary-looking small-town antiques dealer who could win an award for living cautiously. But when a vintage Chanel handbag turns up in a box of worthless bric-a-brac, Coco's quiet world is turned upside down. Where did it come from? And is it just coincidence that it's the same bag Coco's late mother always wanted for her? When Coco discovers a mysterious, decades-old letter hidden in the bag's lining, she sets off on a quest to piece together the story behind it, stumbling across secrets that span three generations as she goes. Could the beautiful Chanel bag be about to teach Coco more than she wants to learn? Or will it show her just where her heart can take her if she lets it lead the way? Coco's Secret is a gripping and thoroughly satisfying story about a young women finally finding courage to become the kind of woman she always had it in her to be. It will go straight to readers' hearts just like her previous bestselling novels, including the bestselling and award-nominated Secret Diary of a Demented Housewife. Her other novels are Confessions of a Demented Housewife, Lessons from a Love Rat, Rules for a Perfect Life and A Message to Your Heart.

Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
ISBN: 9780241951989
Number of pages: 352
Weight: 145 g
Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
You'll laugh your way from cover to cover * RTE Guide on Letters to a Love Rat *
An accomplished romp through the chaos of family life * Irish Times on Letters to a Love Rat *
You'll love this tale of wrong turns, romance and reinvention * Daily Record on A Message to your Heart *
A gorgeously heart-warming and compelling tale full of endearing characters ... I adored it -- Melissa Hill on A Message to Your Heart

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“Feel-good novel with a magical touch”

Coco's mother is a big admirer of Coco Chanel and so when she passes the name onto her daughter she knows the child is meant for great things as well. She even promises to give her a Chanel bag of her own when... More

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“Another great offering from Niamh Greene”

Review: a wonderful summer read! This was a truly gripping story and yet a totally easy read, perfect to add to your summer collections! The story begins with the eponymous Coco at home and her mother in France,... More

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