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Win, read and review copies of What Eden Did Next by Sheila O'Flanagan

Headline is excited to offer reading groups 10 copies of the No. 1 bestseller by Sheila O’Flanagan, What Eden Did Next.

She’s ready to move on. But will her family let her? The No. 1 bestseller from the author of The Missing Wife.

‘A refreshing, unapologetic, funny, absorbing page-turner which left me wanting to read another Sheila O’Flanagan novel straight away!’ Emily Gunnis

In April 2023 Sheila O’Flanagan’s first historical novel, The Women on the Bridge will be published by Headline. This is the dramatic, poignant and unputdownable story of a young woman caught up in Ireland’s fight for freedom. Inspired by the true story of Sheila’s grandmother. Reading groups who send reviews of What Eden Did Next could also win a copy of this new book!

To be in with a chance of winning 10 copies to read and review with your reading group please complete the survey by 6 January.

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