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- Pan Books
- 193 x 158 x 23 mm
- 242 g
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The Man Who Didn't Call
The OMG Love Story of the Year - with a Fantastic Twist
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If you didn't fall in love with this book first time round, now's your chance . . . * Sunday Post * Walsh has created a deeply moving romance with an intriguing mystery and a touching portrait of grief at its heart . . . A romantic, sad, and ultimately hopeful book that's perfect for fans of Jojo Moyes * Kirkus * A completely gripping story that makes your heart ache and eyebrows raise at the twists and turns Rosie Walsh expertly throws at you * Bookends and Blurbs * A brilliant debut novel that explores the power of fate . . . Walsh has a gift for blending complex characters, intricate backstories, and neck-snapping plot twists * Booklist * Some books are entertaining, some books are affecting and some, like this one, creep under your skin, travel through your veins and settle in your heart . . . I could write about the mystery at the heart of this book and the many brilliant twists that I didn't see coming (VERY rare) but what will stay with me, and the reason I cried when I finished this book, is the absolutely stunning way Rosie Walsh writes about love, forgiveness and redemption. There is so much truth and heart in this book . . . I absolutely loved it -- Cally Taylor, author of <i>The Fear</i> A beautifully constructed story of forgiveness and redemption and, most of all, love * Daily Express * Big-hearted, smart, redemptive -- Emylia Hall, author of <i>The Book of Summers</i> An intricate puzzle of a novel . . . Equal parts heartbreaking and heartwarming; I was engrossed until the final poignant moment -- Jill Santopolo, author of <i>The Light We Lost</i> If you're looking for a romance with all the page-turning twists of a psychological thriller then add this to your reading list * Sunday Express, S Magazine * Am breathless from this addictive rollercoaster of a book! Not only utterly compelling but deeply empathetic and engaging -- Penny Parkes, author of <i>The Larkford Series</i> Incredibly crafted, huge depth, amazing characters and beautiful prose. I loved it -- Cesca Major, author of <i>The Last Night </i>and <i>The Silent Hours</i> Beautiful, honest, tender, captivating, utterly unforgettable * Heat magazine * A heart-stoppingly tender portrayal of love, loss and all that comes in between -- Isabelle Broom, author of <i>My Map of You </i>and <i>One Thousand Stars and You</i> Beautifully written and emotionally intelligent -- Kate Riordan, author of <i>The Stranger </i> This brilliantly written romance is the perfect summer read * The Sun * Tender and immensely moving, its tightly-woven plot keeps you guessing right until its breathless end . . . Depicts the thrill of romantic love so beautifully that it made my spine tingle -- Catherine Isaac, author of <i>You Me Everything</i> Utterly brilliant -- Laura Kemp, author of <i>The Year of Surprising Acts of Kindness</i> This captivating high-concept love story is chock-full of secrets, loss and grief, with plenty of twists and tissue-sodden emotional moments -- Fanny Blake * Woman & Home * I couldn't stop reading once I started -- it just grabbed me and wouldn't let go -- Rachael Lucas, author of <i>Finding Hope at Hillside Farm</i> I finished The Man Who Didn't Call two days ago, now, and am still unable to start another book . . . I don't think I have ever read such a perfect novel -- Gillian McAllister, author of <i>No Further Questions</i> One of the best books we've read all year * The Sun, Fabulous magazine * My heart ached, then raced, then skipped a beat, then did it all over again until I finally put this book down. What a ride! . . . I loved it -- Lucy Dillon, author of <i>Where the Light Gets In </i>and <i>One Small Act of Kindness</i> A gorgeously romantic, beautifully structured, page-turning mystery. A total joy -- Katy Regan, author of <i>Little Big Man </i>a
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Rosie Walsh has lived and travelled all over the world, working as a documentary producer and writer. The Man Who Didn't Call is her first book under her own name. She lives in Bristol with her partner and son.