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The Husband

Number One Bestseller

By Deirdre Purcell

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The Husband is a gripping human story of love in its many guises, of losing everything and ultimately of rediscovering the meaning of family.

Marian Lescher's steady if predictable life in her native Chicago is upended when she is unexpectedly swept into a love affair with Irishman Daniel Lynch, a star medic renowned for his charismatic personality. Soon she has divorced her husband and, in the throes of newfound passion, finds herself quickly remarried to this extraordinary man.
Her new husband has unlocked something in Marian and she feels high on life as never before, even when a darker side to his nature begins to reveal itself.
Nothing can prepare her for what is to follow, though, as devastating circumstances lead her on a trail to Daniel's home in Ireland, and in turn back to America, as she tries to come to terms with the enigmatic nature of the man for whom she threw it all away - only to discover that nothing was what it seemed.

The Husband is a gripping human story of love in its many guises, of losing everything and ultimately - in the small Midlands village of Glanmilish - of rediscovering the meaning of family.

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  • ISBN: 9781444799408
  • Publication date: 22 Sep 2016
  • Page count: 352
  • Imprint: Hachette Books Ireland
[Purcell's] gift for spinning a highly polished yarn has not diminished one bit ... and The Husband is undoubtedly another bestseller — Irish Independent
Quite a study in human behaviour and a very gripping story — Sunday Independent
A skilfully-written novel ... Purcell takes the reader on a tumultuous journey — Irish Examiner