It Could Never Happen Here | Paperback | By Eithne Shortall

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  • It Could Never Happen Here
  • Pages: 400
  • Format: Paperback
  • Author: Eithne Shortall
  • Publisher: Corvus
  • Publication date: 01 September 2022
  • Category: Contemporary Fiction
  • Size: 12.9 x 19.8cm
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It Could Never Happen Here by Eithne Shortall

Synopsis

Their school is about to be taught a lesson...

Beverley Franklin will do whatever it takes to protect her local school's reputation. So when a scandal involving her own daughter threatens to derail the annual school musical's appearance on national television, Beverley goes into overdrive. But in her efforts to protect her daughter and keep the musical on track, she misses what's really going, both in her own house and in the insular Glass Lake community - with dramatic consequences. Glass Lake primary school's reputation is about to be shattered...

Reviews

'Brings twist after delicious twist. I love this book.' Jo Spain

'Eithne Shortall mixes humour and tragedy with a deftness reminiscent of Marian Keyes' Irish Times

'Sharp, funny and brilliantly observed - I absolutely loved it!' Andrea Mara

'A wonderfully gossipy read, layered with dark moments, dry humour and a mystery at its heart to keep you guessing right to the end' Carmel Harrington

About the Author

Eithne Shortall studied journalism at Dublin City University and has lived in London, France and America. Now based in Dublin, she is editor of the Home magazine at the Sunday Times Ireland. Her debut novel, Love in Row 27, was a major Irish bestseller, and the follow-up, Grace After Henry, was shortlisted for the Irish Book Awards and won Best Page Turner at the UK's Big Book Awards. Her third novel, Three Little Truths, was a BBC Radio 2 Book Club pick.

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