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The Family Holiday, Paperback / softback Book

The Family Holiday Paperback / softback

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The stunning new novel about the joys and heartbreaks of a family divided and reunited, from the bestselling author of the Richard & Judy selection Love, Iris'I loved this book' Katie Fforde'A summer delight - strawberries and cream in book form.

Wonderful!' Veronica Henry***The Chamberlain family used to be close. Charlie and Daphne were happily married, and their children Laura, Scott and Nick were inseparable.

But then, inevitably, the children grew up and their own messy lives got in the way. Since Daphne died, Charlie can't help but think about happier times for the Chamberlain family - before his children drifted apart.

His wife was the family's true north, and without her guidance, Charlie fears his kids have all lost their direction. For his eightieth birthday, all Charlie wants is to bring his family together again. And by some miracle, they've all said yes. So, for the first time in a long time, the Chamberlains are going on a family holiday. It's only ten days . . . how bad could it be?***'Tender, thoughtful and heartrending.

The Chamberlains remind us of the strength and comfort of family bonds' Beth Morrey 'An utterly absorbing multi-generational tale...with a touch of summer magic that makes this her best yet.

I adored it' Penny Parkes'The Family Holiday is a perfect read for those who can't be with our own families or go on holiday to get away from them' Red Online'Perfect to cuddle up with in these trying times and escape from reality for a while' 5***** Netgalley Reader Review'With a charming storyline, a fantastic mix of characters and beautifully written prose, this book is perfect' 5***** Netgalley Reader Review'A fantastic feel good read about family, love, trust, letting go and moving on' 5***** Netgalley Reader ReviewPraise for Elizabeth Noble:'Nobody weaves a complex web of stories with quite the same skill as Elizabeth Noble' Sunday Express 'Witty, pacy and immediately engaging' Glamour 'Noble is a mistress of the tearjerking message of love' Express

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