Past Secrets: Abridged edition

By Cathy Kelly, Read by Niamh Cusack

The warm and moving new novel from the No. 1 Bestselling author of Always and Forever.

Keep a secret too long and it will creep out when you least expect it…

Behind the shining windows and rose-bedecked gardens of Summer Street, there are lots of secrets. There’s the one that hard-working single mother, Faye, hides from her teenage daughter, Amber. And there’s the one that thirty-year-old Maggie hides from herself.

When fiery Amber decides to throw away her future for love, and when Maggie ends up back home looking after her sick mother, their secrets begin to bubble over.

The only person on Summer Street who appears to know all the answers is their friend Christie. Wise and kind, she can see into other people’s hearts to solve their problems. Except that this time, the secrets she’s hidden from her beloved husband and grown up sons suddenly reappear. When the past comes alive for Maggie, Faye and Christie, they finally have to face it.

Format: Audio-Book
Release Date: 08 Nov 2012
Pages: None
ISBN: 978-0-00-727418-5
Detailed Edition: Abridged edition
Cathy Kelly is a number 1 bestselling author. She worked as a journalist before becoming a novelist, and has published eleven bestselling books.She is also an ambassador for UNICEF in Ireland. She lives in Wicklow with her partner and their twin sons.

Praise for Always and Forever (HB): -

”'A must for Kelly’s many fans; a warm, moving read.” - Daily Mail

”'Bursting with emotion, heartache and dreams…realistic and likeable characters that meet life-changing events head on.” - Ireland on Sunday

”'A feel-good fable about life turned pear-shaped.” - YOU Magazine

”'Demonstrates her capacity to write observantly and kindly about women and their relationships, lit by occasional laugh-out-loud funny interludes.” - Irish Independent

”'An absorbing heart-warming tale which transports you into the sleepy hollows of Carrickwell, Ireland.” - Real

Praise for Cathy Kelly: -

”'Totally believable.” - Rosamunde Pilcher

”'Warm and delightful.” - New Woman

”'An absorbing, heart-warming tale.” - Company