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Martina Devlin
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Be Careful What You Wish For

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From the author of THREE WISE MEN, a wise, funny and uplifiting novel of women, men, love and friendship.

Have you ever had a secret you couldn't even tell your very best friend?

Molly and Helen have been friends for ever – well, since university in Dublin. Now in their thirties, they have successful careers, go everywhere together, share everything – or so it seems.


436 pages
Published 2001 by HarperCollins
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Martina Devlin is an Irish novelist and journalist. She lives in Dublin with her husband David and their cat Chekhov - the latter snoozes at her feet and keeps her company while she writes. It's all a far cry from her Fleet Street days, when she went to Parkhurst (a maximum security prison) to meet gangland leader Reggie Kray, was shown how to do The Twist by the maestro Chubby Checker, and kept ...more
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