• Big Cherry Holler

Big Cherry Holler

Big Cherry Holler

( from 8 reviews )
  • Author
    Adriana Trigiani
  • Publisher
    Simon And Schuster
  • Publication date
    09 January 2020

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Book Detail

  • Book Title

    Big Cherry Holler

  • Author

    Adriana Trigiani

  • Date Published

    09 January 2020

  • Publisher

    Simon And Schuster

  • Pages

    304 pages

  • ISBN

    9781471167263

Book Description

'Trigiani is a wonderful storyteller... Readers will enjoy Big Cherry Holler immensely' USA TODAY

How do you move forward if you’ve already lost your way?
 
It's been eight years since town pharmacist and self-proclaimed spinster Ave Maria Mulligan married Jack McChesney. Now they have a beautiful daughter, but for some reason Jack has never seemed so distant.

In the old stone house nestled in the mountains, there’s an empty room where their son once slept, and a sadness that neither Ave nor Jack can discuss. But in Big Stone Gap itself, change is in the air, and not everyone feels it’s for the good.

As Ave makes big decisions about the future of her family, will she and her husband be able to find their way back to each other before it’s too late?

The extraordinary sequel to Big Stone Gap from the bestselling author of The Shoemaker's Wife, a Richard and Judy Book Club pick.

Praise for the BIG STONE GAP series:

'Hilarious and romantic. I couldn’t put it down’ SARAH JESSICA PARKER
'One of my all-time favourite novels' WHOOPI GOLDBERG
‘If you love curling up with charming tales of small towns and quirky characters, switch off with this’ COSMOPOLITAN
'Delightfully quirky' PEOPLE
'As comforting as a mug of chamomile tea on a rainy Sunday' NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW
'Utterly addictive' GLAMOUR
'As quirky and charming as her first novel. If you are not a fan already, you will be after this' COMPANY
'Honest, wholesome entertainment with a spicy Deep South kick' DAILY MAIL
'As warm and sweet as Southern Comfort' ELLE

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