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Three Little Truths

  • Eithne Shortall
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  • ISBN-10: 1432882953
  • ISBN-13: 9781432882952
  • Shipping Weight: 1.65 lbs ( .75 kgs)
  • 612 Pages | Hardcover
  • Published/Released January 2021

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Overview

One happy street. Three pretty houses. So many lies.
Martha used to be a force of nature: calm, collected, and in charge. But since moving her husband and two daughters to Dublin under sudden and mysterious circumstances, she can’t seem to find her footing. Robin was the “it” girl in school, destined for success. Now she’s back at her parents’ with her four-year-old son, vowing that her ne’er-do-well ex is out of the picture for good. Edie has everything she could want, apart from a baby, and the acceptance of her new neighbors. She longs to be one of the girls, and to figure out why her perfect husband seems to be avoiding their perfect future. Three women looking for a fresh start on idyllic Pine Road. Their friendship will change their lives and reveal secrets they never imagined.

Reviews

Customer Reviews

“A combination of Sally Hepworth’s THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR and Liane Moriarty’s BIG LITTLE LIES, this work is an excellent exploration of the inner workings of one Dublin neighborhood. A top-notch read for those looking for depth and a little humor.”

— Booklist

“Shortall explores the fine line between friendship and enmity in this thoroughly enjoyable novel centered on a group of women neighbors . . . Readers will soak up this smart, entertaining plunge into a community’s dysfunctional culture . . . Secrets and subplots abound.”

— Publishers Weekly

“Tackles many complicated issues relating to self-esteem, parenting, and interpersonal connections . . . A lighthearted romp through an Irish community filled with characters that are as dysfunctional as they are delightful.”

— Kirkus Reviews