To My Best Friends

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HarperCollins Publishers, May 26, 2011 - Fiction - 400 pages
13 Reviews

Nicci Morrison was always the first of her friends to do everything...

But she wasn't meant to be the first to die.

Saying goodbye is never easy, but at least Nicci has one last chance to make a difference before she goes. She’s decided to leave letters giving her most treasured possessions to her closest friends.

To her single friend Mona she bequeaths her husband David, little knowing her best friend found The One a long time ago...To childless Jo, Nicci leaves the care of her three-year-old twin daughters. Jo however is finding it hard enough to cope with the fortnightly arrival of her stepsons. To Lizzie she leaves her garden. But while Lizzie is loyally tending Nicci’s plants, the parts of her own life that are in desperate need of attention are falling by the wayside.

But Nicci didn’t always know best, and she couldn’t
have imagined the changes and challenges her letters set in motion for the loved ones she’s left behind.

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User Review  - Shannon - Goodreads

A great, thought provoking novel with relatable and likeable characters. Read full review

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User Review  - Hannah Auffret - Goodreads

Couldn't make it through the whole book, totally lacked the grab me in suspense, back on the bookshelf Read full review

About the author (2011)

Born in Hampshire, Sam Baker studied politics at Birmingham University. She has been editor of Just Seventeen, Minx, Company and Cosmopolitan in the UK, and is now editor-in-chief of Red. She lives between Winchester, Hampshire and central London with her husband, the novelist Jon Courtenay Grimwood, and has one step-son.

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