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My Glass Heart

Karen Gillece

8 Reviews

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

My Glass Heart is a dramatic story of desire and its price, of love and its guises and, ultimately, of the astounding resilience of the human heart.

One evening, during a dinner party she is hosting, Helen Glass slips unannounced from her home. She becomes the victim of a shocking act of violence, cheating death literally by a heartbeat.

Months on, although physically healed, doubts linger between Helen and her husband William over the events that led to that momentous act. What drove Helen from her home that night And what is the dark truth behind her relationship to her attacker Into their lives steps Reuben, a once-celebrated playwright hungry for his next great work. Instantly drawn to the couple, he deftly immerses himself in their individual stories of obsession and deceit. As the trial of her attacker gets underway and her marriage begins to crumble under the strain, Helen finds herself leaning heavily on her new friend.

But just as glass is not always transparent, friendship is not always what it seems...

My Glass Heart is a dramatic story of love, obsession and a still-beating heart.

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Praise for My Glass Heart

  • Reminiscent of Joanna Trollope ... this book sets Karen Gillece apart from much of the Irish popular fiction norm and confirms her as a force to be reckoned with - The Irish Times

  • One of Ireland's finest emerging writers...she has a wonderful way with words and the ability to sum up a character in a sentence' - Irish Examiner

  • A moving read that will keep you gripped to the very end - RTE Guide

  • A compelling read, and a chilling one. Gillece has dared to push boundaries. And the result is simply unforgettable - Irish Examiner

  • Gillece captures the characters skilfully - The Irish Mail on Sunday

  • A page-turner - Irish Independent

  • Queen of emerging Irish writers - Irish Independent

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