Set in New York and Connecticut, Yorkshire and London, this is a story of love and loss, of hope rising like a phoenix from the ashes of despair.
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‘Few novelists are as consummate as Barbara Taylor Bradford at keeping the reader turning the page. She is one of the world’s best at spinning yarns.’ Guardian
‘The storyteller of substance’ The Times
‘Vintage Barbara Taylor Bradford.’
‘Queen of the genre’ Sunday TimesFrom the Back Cover:
At the centre of 'Everything to Gain' is wife and mother Mallory Keswick, who must rebuild her life when tragedy destroys her family. Beginning a new, she starts a small business at Indian Meadows, the old colonial weekend home beloved by her and her family, which she turns into a highly successful venture. But at the centre of her life there remains a grief that no one can assuage. Until she meets New York journalist, Richard Markson. It is he who shows her that she has everything to gain – if she has the courage to take it.
Here for the first time Barbara Taylor Bradford writes in the first person, giving readers a sense of immediacy and intimacy. 'Everything to Gain' is the most compelling, touching and satisfying book to come from one of the world's best novelists.
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