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The House We Grew Up In (Paperback)
  • The House We Grew Up In (Paperback)

The House We Grew Up In (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 03/07/2014
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This is the unforgettable story about a family with a secret at its core, from Top Ten bestseller Lisa Jewell, author of Ralph's Party, The Making of Us and Before I Met You. Picture a picture-book cottage in a village. A family in a sun-drenched kitchen filled with love and laughter. Picture an Easter weekend when tragedy strikes - so unexpected, so devastating that no one can talk about it. The years pass; the children become adults. Gradually they lose touch as the secret between them tears them apart. And then something happens that calls them back to the house they grew up in - and to what really happened that Easter weekend all those years ago.

Publisher: Cornerstone
ISBN: 9780099559559

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“A moving, warm and brilliant story.”

This is my first Lisa Jewell book and I will definately be buying her other novels.
This story was amazing and utterly brilliant.
A very moving and warm novel that also holds so much mystery behind each character. I... More

Paperback edition
17th July 2014
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“Couldn't put it down!”

wow! What a novel! Just when I thought there couldn't be any more family drama crammed into this storyline-bam! Another fantastic secret revelation or betrayal! I wasn't sure I was going to be all that into... More

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16th July 2013
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“Home, Sweet Home?”

The House We Grew Up In takes place over a period of thirty years. From Easter Sunday of 1981 with the Bird children enjoying an Egg Hunt in their garden, carefully planned by their Mother until 2011, when something... More

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18th July 2013
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