The gift of friends



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Kingfisher Road - a leafy, peaceful street in the town of Vayhill. But there are whispers behind closed doors. Who is moving into Number 10? Engaged to handsome, wealthy Justin Johnston, Danielle appears to her new neighbours to have the perfect, glossy life. But not everything is as it seems. In fact, each of the other four women who live close by has a secret, and each is nursing their own private heartache. But could a gift be waiting on their doorsteps? And, by opening their front doors, and their hearts, to each other, could the women of Kingfisher Road discover all the help they need?



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A life-affirming and uplifting story that celebrates the strength and joys of female friendship VIP magazine on The Gift of Friends Wise, warm and full of joy. Uplifting and magical Cathy Kelly on Letters to My Daughters A beautiful book by an exceptional author. Lose yourself in her wonderful writing Sinead Moriarty on Letters to My Daughters Warm, intelligent and brilliant Marian Keyes on Letters to My Daughters A moving tale celebrating the bonds between women, Emma Hannigan beautifully captures the difficult and wondrous thing that is loving and learning to let go ... just a little. An excellent read Irish Tatler on Keeping Mum A thoroughly enjoyable, uplifting read. Her writing is faultless...a truly touching tale Irish Independent on The Summer Guest A heart-warming tale that connects on so many levels Woman on Letters to My Daughters A beautifully written, inspiring story of hope and family bonds Daily Express on Letters to My Daughters