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The Woman on the Bus: A life-affirming novel of self-discovery

Pauline Mclynn

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

Moving away from crime fiction, Pauline McLynn has crafted a mesmerising novel about human relationships. 'This is Pauline McLynn's fourth novel, and the author is going from strength to strength with every outing. Fizzing with vividly sketched characters, The Woman on the Bus is a skilfully written story' Sunday Tribune

It's a typical Tuesday evening in Kilbrody. Cathy Long is on her way to collect her drunken father from the pub. Ozzy O'Reilly is in the graveyard, watching the Dublin bus through his binoculars. Charlie Finn is pulling pints, when suddenly it hits him: he's bored. And that's when the woman from the bus walks through his door and drinks herself into oblivion. Now the whole village wants to know, who is the woman on the bus? The question is, will she tell them?

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