Tara Road (Oprah's Book Club)
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New York Times bestselling author Maeve Binchy has captured the hearts of millions with her unforgettable novels. Binchy's graceful storytelling and wise compassion have earned her the devotion of fans worldwide--and made her one of the most beloved authors of our time. Now she dazzles us once again with a new novel filled with her signature warmth, humor, and tender insight. A provocative tale of family heartbreak, friendship, and revelation,Tara Road explores every woman's fantasy: escape, into another place, another life. "What if..." Binchy asks, and answers in her most astonishing novel to date.
unnecessarily. Ria, Danny, you should access the Irish Times this morning. There's an item about Barney that would interest you. All may not be lost after all. Enjoy New England. 'She says we should look up the Irish Times, the business gossip column,' she finally said. 'Can you do that?' he asked, impressed. 'Yes, hold on a minute.' Very shortly they had the website and got the item. The paragraph said that rumours around the city seemed to suggest that Barney McCarthy's financial death
colour brochure for him. It was for a charity heavily supported by businessmen. It would be a good point of contact. Others might see and admire their work. Rosemary had spent a lot of time and trouble making sure that the finished product would be right. 'And do you have the full list of your sponsors so that we can set them out for you with some suitable artwork?' 'I have them back at my hotel,' he said. 'But you don't have a hotel room,' Rosemary said. 'You live in Dublin .' 'That's
business is going from strength to strength. There will be fine times ahead, that's what I have to think.' Suddenly Ria remembered something. 'Talking of what lies ahead, I wonder what happened to Mrs Connor!' 'She told me she couldn't talk to the dead when I wanted to, and that one day I wouldn't want to any more,' Marilyn said. 'I'd like to tell her that day has come.' 'She told me I'd have a big business, I'd like to know how big,' Ria said, 'and travel the world. I've already done that.'
seat compared to her love for the new baby. Ann Hilary Lynch weighed seven pounds one ounce at birth and was adorable. She looked up trustingly at Ria with her huge eyes. She smiled at everyone and they passed her around from one to another, a sea of delighted faces, all of them thinking that they were special to the baby. And all Ria's fears and worries that she had blurted out to her sister Hilary seemed to have been groundless. She was able to manage her baby, and Danny loved her more and
don't think I got it wrong, Greg. She says there's an Irish woman coming to house-sit up in Tudor Drive while she's out with you. Listen, better let her talk to you about it. I know, Greg. Things do get confused.' Heidi replaced the receiver slowly and turned around. At the door stood Marilyn listening with a white face. Why had she told the faculty before she had told Greg? She was such a fool. It was partly because of the time-difference between here and Hawaii, partly because she had been