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Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas

James Patterson

5 Reviews

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), Thriller / suspense

A bittersweet and irresistible story about families, loss and new love

Katie Wilkinson has found the perfect man at last - but one day he disappears from her life, leaving behind only a diary for her to read.

The diary was written by a new mother, as a keepsake for her baby son. In it she touchingly recounts the initial romance between herself and the child's father, and the unparalleled joy that motherhood has brought her. As Katie reads this moving account, it becomes clear that the lover who has left her is the same man as the husband and father in the diary. She reads on, filled with terror and hope as she struggles to understand what has happened - and whether her new love has a prayer of surviving.

An unforgettable love story - at once heartbreaking and full of hope.

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Praise for Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas

  • Suzanne's Diary was no.7 in the Observer and the Daily and Sunday Telegraph bestseller lists

  • 'An affecting love story awash in tragedy and hope' Publishers Weekly, 7/6/04 - Publishers Weekly

  • 'A moving, and fast-moving fable' Kirkus Reviews

  • 'A whimsical romance... more American than cherry pie' Mirror

  • Suzanne's Diary For Nicholas was no.10 in the Sunday Times, Observer and Daily and Sunday Telegraph bestseller lists and no.3 in the Times fastseller list

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James Patterson

James T. Patterson is Ford Foundation Professor of History Emeritus at Brown University. He is the author of Restless Giant, Brown V. Board of Education, and the Bancroft Prize-winning Grand Expectations: The United States 1945-1974. He lives in Providence, Rhode Island.

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