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The Stranger In My Home: I thought she was my daughter. I was wrong.

Adele Parks

5 Reviews

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), Adult & contemporary romance

THE STRANGER IN MY HOME is the compelling new novel from Adele Parks, which begins with a knock on the door that will change a family's life completely...

What would YOU do if your child wasn't yours?

Utterly compelling, Sunday Times bestseller Adele Parks's new contemporary novel THE STRANGER IN MY HOME, is sure to move, grip and delight her fans, along with readers of Liane Moriarty, Jane Shemilt and Lisa Jewell.

Alison is lucky and she knows it. She has the life she always craved, including a happy home with Jeff and their brilliant, vivacious teenage daughter, Katherine - the absolute centre of Alison's world.

Then a knock at the door ends life as they know it.

Fifteen years ago, someone else took Alison's baby from the hospital. And now Alison is facing the unthinkable.

The daughter she brought home doesn't belong to her.

When you have everything you dreamed of, there is everything to lose.

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Praise for The Stranger In My Home: I thought she was my daughter. I was wrong.

  • Sweet, sharp and simply unforgettable - Lisa Jewell

  • A must-read. Romantic, yet truthful, this is a moving love story with unforgettable characters - Jenny Colgan

  • A heart-warming, heartbreaking tale of love and loss, with an ending that will knock you off your feet. This is Adele Parks at the top of her game - Mike Gayle

  • Utterly engrossing and beautifully written - Freya North

  • A fairy tale with bite. Sparkly, compelling and - ultimately unexpected - Jane Fallon

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Adele Parks

Adele Parks was born in Teesside, North East England. She read English Language and Literature at Leicester University. Since graduating she has lived in Italy and Africa but has spent most of her adult life in London. She lives in Guildford with her husband and son. Her earlier novels, Playing Away, Game Over, Larger Than Life, The Other Woman's Shoes and Still Thinking of You were all best sellers and are published in over twenty countries.

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