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The Outline of Love

Morgan Mccarthy

10 Reviews

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

A mesmerising novel about obsessive love.

Persephone Triebold has grown up in the strange desolation of the Scottish Highlands, raised by her anxious father and memories of her dead mother. Inexperienced in the rules of friendship, sex and love, Persephone takes the opportunity to replace uninhabited mountain ranges with city life and leaves to study for a degree in London.

Parties, new friends and the polluted splendour of the capital intoxicate Persephone at first, but fail to supply her with the grand passion she wants. It's only when she meets the literary star Leo Ford, a former singer who has become a celebrated writer, that she finds someone she can love. Though Persephone succeeds in entering Leo's circle of friends she finds him to be as elusive as he is sought after. And she becomes increasingly curious about the incident in his past of which no one ever speaks...

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Praise for The Outline of Love

  • Gripping and atmospheric, this is a cracking read - Sun

  • Praise for Morgan McCarthy:

  • Gorgeously written - Heat

  • A pageturner - Sunday Times Style

  • Dark, addictive and a stunning debut - Cosmopolitan

  • An accomplished debut... McCarthy's exquisite storytelling points to a promising literary career' - Edinburgh Evening News

  • Gripping and atmospheric, this is a cracking read - Sun

  • Praise for Morgan McCarthy:

  • Gorgeously written - Heat

  • A pageturner - Sunday Times Style

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Morgan Mccarthy

Morgan McCarthy lives in Berkshire. She is the author of four novels: THE OTHER HALF OF ME, THE OUTLINE OF LOVE, STRANGE GIRLS AND ORDINARY WOMEN and THE HOUSE OF BIRDS.

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