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The Lost Chapter

Florence and Lilli meet at finishing school in Lyon, France, in 1957. Despite some differences, they forge a firm friendship that promises to last a lifetime. But a terrible betrayal prematurely tears them apart.
Years later in England, Florence has become the woman her friend knew she could be – creative, bold, and independent. The exact opposite of Alice, a young woman troubled by a recent trauma, whom Florence is determined to help bring out of her shell. Just as Lilli once did for her.
When Florence discovers that the novel she’s reading is written by Lilli and is based on their time at school, the two stories begin to unfold together. Past events illuminate the future, and it becomes clear that long-held secrets can't stay buried for ever.

"One of those stories that take you over, beautifully and touchingly told. Uplifting and hopeful, a real tonic." Tracy Rees, author of The House at Silvermore

"Caroline Bishop is a wonderful story teller. This is a beguiling, affecting and emotional novel." Louise Fein, author of People Like Us

"An upbeat, beautifully crafted novel about escaping the bonds of the past and living life to the full." Rachel Hore, author of A Beautiful Spy

The Other Daughter

When British teacher Jessica discovers a shocking secret about her birth, she travels to Switzerland in search of answers. She knows her mother spent time in the country writing an article on the Swiss women’s rights movement, but what she doesn’t know is what happened to her while she was there. Can Jess summon the courage to face the truth about her family, or will her search only hurt herself and those around her even more?
Set across a stunning Swiss backdrop, The Other Daughter follows one woman in her search for the truth about her birth, and another desperately trying to succeed in a man’s world. 

The Other Daughter, Canadian book cover

"Well written & pacy. Full of gorgeous scenery, emotion & SUCH fascinating stuff about women's rights through the decades." Tracy Rees, author of The Hourglass

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