This Charming Man (Paperback)
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This Charming Man (Paperback)

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Relish the wit and wisdom of Marian Keyes in this story of four women caught up in what seems like love, but may be something much darker . . . from the No. 1 bestselling author of Grown Ups

'So funny, so perceptive, so real . . . I changed my life for this book'
MAIL ON SUNDAY

'An emotional tour de force with genuine human warmth' INDEPENDENT
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'Everybody remembers where they were the day they heard that Paddy de Courcy was getting married'


Slick, handsome politician Paddy de Courcy is on the up. His party is set to do well in the elections and he's just announced his engagement to the beautiful Alicia.

Which is news to his girlfriend, Lola, who, within hours, finds herself dumped and warned not to talk to the press.

Yet journalist Grace is on the prowl. She has been after Paddy ever since he ruined her sister Marnie's life way back in college.

Grace is looking for the inside story and thinks Lola holds the key . . .

But do any of them know the real Paddy?

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'The laughs come fast and furious . . . a gripping, compelling tale'
Sunday Independent

'The queen of page-turners . . . brimming with her trademark down-to-earth wit'
Cosmopolitan

'Gripping from the start . . . the master at her best'
Daily Telegraph

Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
ISBN: 9780241958483
Number of pages: 912
Weight: 628 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 39 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
This is an emotional tour de force, with a plot that packs great power but is lifted, as always, by genuine human warmth * Independent *
The laughs come fast and furious . . . a gripping, compelling tale * Sunday Independent *
The queen of page-turners . . . brimming with her trademark down-to-earth wit * Cosmopolitan *
Gripping from the start . . . the master at her best * Daily Telegraph *
Keyes' multi-layered plotting has never been as ingenious as in this . . . It's her best book yet * Irish Times *

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“Another great Marian Keyes book”

I enjoyed this book - Marian Keyes always manages to deal with serious issues without making the whole book depressing. It's quite a dark storyline but it's well balanced with plenty of humorous episodes in... More

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