Ashley Dyer

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Ashley Dyer Thank you, Carol - I'm so pleased you enjoyed it! The first draft of book 2 in the series is currently with my agent (it's a nail-biting time, so I'm …moreThank you, Carol - I'm so pleased you enjoyed it! The first draft of book 2 in the series is currently with my agent (it's a nail-biting time, so I'm keeping super-busy to distract myself!). The planned release will be around June of 2019. Sorry to keep you waiting so long! You might want to take a peek at the novels I write under the pseudonym A.D. Garrett in the meantime.(less)
Ashley Dyer The second novel in the Lake and Carver series. It's dark . . . very dark.
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A History of My Family in Seven Sicknesses by Stephen McGann

Simon & Schuster (2018) ISBN: 1471160815

The McGann brothers Joe, Paul, Mark and Stephen were Liverpool royalty in the 1980s and 90s, and Stephen McGann has achieved international stardom in the hit TV series Call The Midwife since 2012. Yet his memoir is written in a spirit of humility. He never wanted, nor expected, to find grand ances

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