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The Truth Club

3.17 of 5 stars 3.17  ·  rating details  ·  30 ratings  ·  5 reviews
'In the latest crop of chick-lit beach reads...Grace Wynne-Jones comes out top with her quirky new novel 'The Truth Club'. Her characterisation is always amusing and the plot is delivered with warmth and a healthy sense of the's Ms Wynne-Jones's cutesy sense of humour that makes this book so tasty.' - The Sunday Independent

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Kindle Edition, 408 pages
Published July 22nd 2012 by Accent Press (first published August 1st 2007)
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Pippa Franks
Another hit from the lovely Grace Wynne-Jones. This book follows Sally and her part time marriage to Diarmuid. She's not sure if she wants to keep it that way, go back to how it was, or be young (ish) free and single once more. Single, in order to be free to date Nathaniel that is.
The mystery of Aunt DeeDee had me gripped. I certainly wasn't expecting the outcome of that! I adore Grace's writing style and gentle humour. Every book has me laughing out loud. Recommended.
Eileen Holmes-ievers
Plot is a bit obvious but it's a well-written story that keeps a good pace. Not dissimilar to Cathy Kelly with its Irish setting. Recommended as a holiday read!
Sinead Murray
Set in Dublin, which is nice. A few twists and turns but generally the usual chick-lit.
This one wasn't too bad it kept me intrigued and wanting to not put it down.
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Jul 28, 2013 Linda P marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
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Grace wrote her first book when she was about eleven. It was called ‘Stories For Everyone’ and she described it in a recent newspaper article:

‘A self-published work with a print run of one copy, it featured a woman, a horse and a puppy on the cardboard cover, and the singer John Paul Jones on the back. It contained two stories. One was about my pony Merrylegs and another was about the joys of natu
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