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Maggi Summerhill

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in Copenhagen, Denmark


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Maggi is Danish, but lives in Wales with her husband and two boys.
She has a Masters in creative writing and script writing and has contributed to a number of online and printed publications, including anthologies published by Parthian Books and Fine Line publications.
All her works reflects her life long interest in the workings of the mind and consciousness in particular.
The Girl from Limerick is her first full length fiction novel and is a journey into the more sinister side of human nature.

As it no longer is appropriate to bite, scratch or kick when we become angry, how can we manage strong emotions without bursting a blood vessel or having a heart attack?
Reading and or writing could be the perfect answer.
In an interview by David Pilling in the FT week-end magazine last week The Japanese author and once teenage rebel Ryu Murakami (Coin Locker Babies and In The Miso Soup) talks a... Read more of this blog post »
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Second book by this author I've read and you know what? It just gets better. The characters are very real Lily and her friends in particular. The story is fast moving and very engaging. I love the descriptions of Amsterdam and Paris, especially Paris ...more
In the Miso Soup by Ryū Murakami
“Parents, teachers, government - they all teach you how to live the dreary , deadening life of a slave, but nobody teaches you how to live normally.”
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Pacy, clever and real. I to had a parent leave when I was too young to understand and tried to make contact as an adult. Alison handles the subject of complex family relations with flair and gentle humor. Well worth a read.
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Maureen Mullis Hi Maggi! Thank you for adding this author into your circle of friends here on Goodreads. I hope you'll add my novels including the cozy mysteries (What Would Nancy Do?, Lethal Prescription), In the Company of Women, The Christmas to Remember and Finding Normal to your to-read list. I look forward to reading your book reviews and recommendations. Happy reading!

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