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Mrs Sinclair's Suitcase

Louise Walters

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

A heartbreaking debut novel about family secrets, soulmates and missed opportunities.

Forgive me, Dorothea, for I cannot forgive you. What you do, to this child, to this child's mother, it is wrong...

Roberta likes to collect the letters and postcards she finds in second-hand books. When her father gives her some of her grandmother's belongings, she finds a baffling letter from the grandfather she never knew - dated after he supposedly died in the war.

Dorothy is unhappily married to Albert, who is away at war. When an aeroplane crashes in the field behind her house she meets Squadron Leader Jan Pietrykowski, and as their bond deepens she dares to hope she might find happiness. But fate has other plans for them both, and soon she is hiding a secret so momentous that its shockwaves will touch her granddaughter many years later...

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Praise for Mrs Sinclair's Suitcase

  • A heart-breaking tale of loss, missed chances and enduring love. - Good Housekeeping

  • A first novel of great charm and assurance, beautifully told and utterly gripping. - The Times

  • Totally absorbing . . . Beautifully done and heartbreaking too. - Esther Freud, author of Hideous Kinky

  • [a] charming debut... as appealing on the inside as its enticing jacket. - Dail Mail

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Louise Walters

Louise Walters was born in Oxfordshire and now lives in Northamptonshire with her husband and five children. She graduated from the Open University in 2010. This is her first novel.

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