Three Little Truths written by Eithne Shortall, publisher Corvus, is available NOW in ebook and paperback format. The paperback is available to purchase from all good book retailers including Waterstones, WHSmith, Foyles and amazon.
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On the idyllic Pine Road, three women are looking for a fresh start…
Martha was a force of nature, but since moving to Dublin under mysterious circumstances, she can’t seem to find her footing.
Robin was the ‘it’ girl in school. Now she’s back at her parents’ with her four-year-old, vowing that her ex is out of the picture for good.
Edie has the perfect life, but she longs for a baby, the acceptance of her neighbours, and to find out why her dream husband is avoiding their dream future.
The friendships of these women will change their lives forever, revealing the secrets, rivalries and scandals that hide behind every door…
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I am so pleased to be involved in the blogtour celebrating and promoting the launch of Eithne Shortall’s latest novel: Three Little Truths.
I bloomin’ loved this novel by Eithne Shortall and at one point I was so consumed with the story my husband had to query what I was laughing out loud at and I had to explain that it was this book. The scenes that the author had described on the pages really connected with me, Eithne Shortall wrote with a truth that was so refreshingly perfect that there was no other option but to devour the story and enjoy the ride.
Three Little Truths is a story of a close-knit community of neighbours from a row of terraced houses in Dublin. The women on the street are such a strong bunch of characters, all with their own little quirks and anomalies, I was fascinated by them all. They had set up a WhatsApp group for neighbourhood chat and the author kindly included these chats in her story and OMG these chats were hilarious, crazy and I do believe Eithne Shortall is the KWEENNN of wit!
However, away from all the goings on in the WhatsApp thread their is a storyline filled with secrets behind every closed door and it’s not until a new family move into the street that the residents start to glimpse moments of the neighbours lives that they had kept locked up.
Three Little Truths is quirky and original but has an endearing charm to it. The storyline is full of wit and humour but also has moments of poignancy and is very humble with it’s honesty. I found the whole story unputdownable.
About the Author
EITHNE SHORTALL studied jouralism at Dublin City University and has lived in London, France and America. Now based in Dublin, she is chief arts writer for the Sunday Times Ireland. She enjoys sea swimming, cycling and eating scones.
Grace After Henry is her second novel. Shorthall’s bestselling debut novel, Love in Row 27, has been optioned for a TV series by NBC Universal Studios International, the production company behind Downton Abbey.