[A] charming and witty read. * Image Magazine * The many unpredictable plot twists are nicely executed... readers will be gripped and shocked at each turn. * Irish Independent * Witty... A twisty mystery that'll keep you guessing. * Caroline Robb, Heat * Heartwarming with a voice of its own. Now this is women power! * Jane Corry, author of My Husband's Wife * A skilfully woven and unpredictable story - it drew me in effortlessly, and by the end, I felt as though I lived on Pine Road myself. A wonderfully satisfying read. * Emma Rous, author of The Au Pair * The perfect next book for fans of Liane Moriarty... I was torn between never wanting the story to end and dying to know what would happen. With its big heart, biting humor, and unforgettable women, this is a summer must-read. * Bunmi Laditan, author of Confessions of a Domestic Failure * Three Little Truths deals with the overlapping lives of the residents of Pine Road and the secrets behind their closed doors and WhatsApp Groups. A big cast of relatable characters make this a very enjoyable read. * Sheila O'Flanagan, author of The Hideaway * One of the most enjoyable books I've read in ages. It's so clever. I loved it. * Rachael English, author of The American Girl * A darkly comic and expertly plotted novel, proving we never really know what goes on behind closed doors. * L V Hay, author of Do No Harm * Eithne Shortall writes a community of neighbours so vividly that I feel like I'm one of them, adjusting my telescope and keeping a glass to the wall for fear that I'd miss anything. Funny, endearing, mysterious and outrageous, this book is wildly entertaining and hugely enjoyable. * Liz Nugent, author of Unravelling Oliver * Liane Moriarty meets Maeve Binchy meets Marian Keyes. I laughed, I cried, I shuddered, I was agog. * Jo Spain, author of The Confession * Within a few pages I felt like the newest neighbor on Pine Road, where the women are unique, interesting... and have a lot of secrets. I didn't want to put it down until I knew all of them! By the end, these women felt like friends... or frenemies. * Samantha Downing, author of My Lovely Wife * This entertaining novel is very much in the vein of 'dramedy' Desperate Housewives and Liane Moriarty's sparkling Big Little Lies... skillful * Irish Examiner * Excellently good * Aaron Monaghan, RTE * One of the funniest books I have read this year... The characters are colourful, the plot unexpected and, naturally, the parking is dire. * Sarah Breen, Irish Sunday Independent * Unputdownable * Daily Mail * Funny... relatable, contemporary and exceptionally witty... you are drawn in with a smile, and left contemplative afterwards. * Irish Times * This novel knocked me for six... This carefully and beautifully written tale, which brilliantly blends tragedy, comedy and romance, explores secret lives behind closed doors and the public faces that people present to the world. As Noel Coward once said, I couldn't have liked it more. * Daily Mail *
A BBC RADIO 2 BOOK CLUB PICK
'Funny, endearing, mysterious and outrageous, this book is wildly entertaining and hugely enjoyable.' Liz Nugent, author of Unravelling Oliver
From the bestselling, prize-winning author of Love in Row 27 and Grace After Henry
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...
'Liane Moriarty meets Maeve Binchy meets Marian Keyes. I laughed, I cried, I shuddered, I was agog. This book is going to knock people's socks off.' Jo Spain, author of The Confession