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  • Hachette Books Ireland

Seven Nights In Zaragoza

Karen Gillece

3 Reviews

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

In this remarkable debut Karen Gillece weaves a compelling tale of secrets revealed, regrets faced, lives re-evaluated and a death that changed lives and caused the loss of innocence.

Henry and Elena had it all, until he lost everything on a foolish investment and she let the ghosts of her past seep into their marriage.

Meeting Adam, her former lover, at a class reunion, Elena suddenly finds herself caught up in a storm of memories, unearthing questions about a past that has not been faced and a relationship that was wrenched apart.

But while Elena reconciles herself to what really happened in Spain that summer, Henry is at home struggling with a crisis of his own

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Praise for Seven Nights In Zaragoza

  • 'Gillece handles her subject with delicacy and insight.' '...its hard to believe such an assured offering is a debut'. - Books Ireland

  • wonderfully sensitive rises head and shoulders above most Irish novels of recent years - Irish Independent

  • Gillece writes vividly, capturing the essence of ordinary lives turned upside down by unavoidable dilemmas highly impressive and assured writing - Evening Herald

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