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The Beloved Girls: The new Richard & Judy Book Club Choice with an OMG twist in the tail by [Harriet Evans]

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compelling story of female friendship, dark secrets and family bonds that pulls you in and won't let goRosanna Ley

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gorgeous epic . . . Wholly absorbing. I adored it! ― Marian Keyes

rich and sweeping tale as dark and delicious as the hive's special honey' ― Wendy Holden, Daily Mail

Bewitching, beguiling and utterly beautiful, The Beloved Girls will pull you into their mysterious and enchanted world and never let you go. With a cast of compelling characters and a labyrinthine plot, it's a page-turner of the most luxurious kind - a real escape ― Veronica Henry

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compelling family drama ― Woman & Home

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'Full of evocative description of time and place, the sense of "something about to happen" keeps you turning the pages'


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sweeping novel you won't put down'Katie Fforde

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Atmospheric and altogether wonderful'Lesley Pearse

'I love it on so many levels, the
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poignant story of love and loss'Daily Mail ‘Must Reads’

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

poignant tale' ― Woman

If you love atmospheric stories about old houses, families and secrets, this is for you ―
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About the Author

Harriet Evans is the author of several top ten bestsellers including the Sunday Times bestselling The Garden of Lost and Found and Richard and Judy bookclub selection The Wildflowers. She used to work in publishing and now writes full time, when she is not being distracted by her children, other books, sewing projects, puzzles, gardening, and her much-loved collection of jumpsuits. Last year, she and her family moved from London to Bath. --This text refers to the paperback edition.

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  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B08R1D4GMM
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Review (19 Aug. 2021)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • File size ‏ : ‎ 4073 KB
  • Text-to-Speech ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader ‏ : ‎ Supported
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  • Print length ‏ : ‎ 465 pages
  • Page numbers source ISBN ‏ : ‎ 1538722178
  • Customer reviews:
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Hello there! I'm the author of thirteen novels, two of them are Richard and Judy book club selections, several have been Top Ten Bestsellers, one won the Good Housekeeping Book of the year prize, but the accolade I'm most proud of is the lady on Twitter who wrote last month that she thought my books were real 'knicker grippers'. I suppose that's all you can hope for isn't it?

I was an editor in publishing working with lots of lovely authors for years but always wanted to write. My first novel, Going Home, came out in 2005 and my latest, The Beloved Girls, was published in paperback in April 2022. I wish I'd written more novels only it takes me longer than I think to write them, and I had babies at various points who don't get the whole 'I need to write for five hours now'. And the thing no one tells you is writing them gets harder, not easier, and sometimes I wish I did another job except I can't imagine not writing. I have written since I was a child, first on books I stapled together with paper then notebooks then a laptop that crashed and lost all of the novel I was writing in secret back in 2002. (So now I back my work up properly). Inbetween that I studied Classics at university which means I know all about Greek Gods and can win pub quizzes, worked in publishing as a very bad secretary and once had to make a cup of tea for Harry Enfield and shook hands with Lauren Bacall. I edited the late great Penny Vincenzi which was the highlight of my career, and I had some children. In 2019 I moved out of London, to Bath, city of the greatest lady novelist of all, Jane Austen. I love living here so much and I especially love seeing everyone back in the city post pandemic. (Also I love the fact you just randomly walk past people dressed in bonnets all the time and I'm never sure if they're extras from something or just really into the Jane Austen / Bridgerton thing)

My first novels were more about relationships and people in London and had more chicklit themes and the later ones are darker and more about families and secrets and houses and the past. Those themes have always been in my books, but as i've grown older I've enjoyed exploring them more. I have so many stories in my head all the time and I adore knowing that my job means that I can carry on telling them.

I am finishing my latest novel now. If you ask me how I'd describe my books I'd say I want them to be gripping, involving, heartwarming stories about families and mysteries in the past with a Gothic tinge. My favourite novelists are Penny, Rosamunde Pilcher, Daphne du Maurier and Elizabeth Jane Howard. Please, if you read one, do get in touch. I'm on Twitter at @harrietevans Facebook at @harrietevansauthor and Instagram as @harrietevansauthor too. Take care, and happy reading, Harrie x

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